Senior Bristol Film Manager (12 month contract)
37.5hrs/week (£42,683 – £45,591)
Closing date: Monday 6th July 2020
Are you passionate about championing Bristol’s film & TV industry? Do you have experience working in or with the film or TV industry, with an understanding of production practices, demands and personnel? Are you adept at leading busy, proactive teams and managing staff?
Bristol City Council is seeking a Senior Bristol Film Manager, to oversee delivery of the Council’s filming strategy in order to promote Bristol as an outstanding filming location to the Creative Industries, creating work for local crews, supply chains and partner businesses, thereby stimulating the local and regional economy.
The role will include management of The Bottle Yard Studios and Bristol Film Office in order for Bristol to maintain a single complete and consistent offer for filming in the City. It will also include line management of the UNESCO City of Film Co-ordinator in order to ensure continued delivery of the Bristol UNESCO City of Film goals and strategic aims.
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Candidates should submit a covering letter with their CVs (no more than 2 sides of A4) outlining:
- why you would like to be considered for this role
- what knowledge, experience & skills you bring to the role
The email address for submissions is: email@example.com (Talent Manager, Bristol City Council). Deadline for submissions: Monday 6th July 2020
The interview will be a two stage process. Both stages will be held over Zoom; a site visit to the Studios in South Bristol can be arranged in advance for those invited to the second interview. The shortlisting and interview panel will include representatives from Bristol City Council as well as external stakeholders.
We are looking for candidates who have either recently left the film/TV industry or have a strong understanding of the industry.
The role will sit within IR35 regulations.
Pay: equivalent to Bristol Grade 14 (£3,556 – £3,799 / month).
12 month temporary contract; standard working hours are 37.5hrs/week, Monday – Friday (excluding Bank Holidays). Flexibility will be required according to the day-to-day requirements of the role.
The two week Christmas period (Monday 21st December – Friday 1st January) will be mandatory time off as it is anticipated that the site will be closed. 7 working days over that period will not be worked.
The panel are committed to promoting equal opportunities and to ensuring that the opportunity is representative of the people of Bristol. We encourage applications regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation. We positively encourage applications from communities or groups under-represented in the governance of cultural organisations. If the role holder is disabled every effort will be made to supply aids, adaptations, equipment and support to allow them to carry out the role.