Screen Argyll Learning Coordinator Job Description
Screen Argyll is recruiting a Learning Coordinator to build partnerships and key relationships, supporting sectoral development of screen education in Argyll and Isles. The Learning Coordinator will help Screen Argyll to develop strategies for ongoing support of our young film makers and filmmaking in Argyll and the Isles.
This new role centres on provision in island and rural communities for young people aged 5 to 25 who are unable to access opportunities often focused on mainland and urban areas.
You will work with the Programme Manager and Screen Argyll Directors to devise and deliver year-round events and activities which support the understanding, appreciation, and creative use of film. This role is funded by Screen Scotland.
Salary: £20,800 annually (based on 0.8 FTE at salary of £26,000) (open to job share)
Hours: ave. 30 hours per week – evening/weekend work when required
Location: You must be available to work minimum 2 days per week at our Tiree-based office. This role involves travel within Argyll and the isles (separate budget available).
Contract type: Fixed-term for 12 months (extension possible depending on funding)
How to apply
To apply, please email email@example.com by 11.59pm on Tuesday 5th March 2024,
sending the following documents as PDF attachments:
1. CV – outlining your qualifications and experience
2. Cover letter –
• Why you are interested in the position and feel you are suited to the role, and what skills and experience you could bring to the role.
• Confirming your availability for interview on either Thursday 14th or Friday 15th March and whether you’d be attending online or in person (unfortunately we do not have budget for travel)
3. Application For Employment & Equal Opportunities Form (and declaration):
Shortlisted candidates will be informed by end of day on Monday 11th March 2024.
Interviews: Thursday 14th / Friday 15th March 2024. We will share questions in advance.
Appointment: candidates will be informed of the outcome by Monday 18th March 2024.
Start date: ideally the successful candidate will start on Tuesday 16th April 2024.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch before applying as we are happy to answer any questions you might have about being island-based, or job share possibilities. If you’re not sure you meet all the criteria listed in the job description – please feel welcome to get in touch for a pre-application chat to see how we could work together.
Contact Jen Skinner, Programme Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org