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Join the Cornwall Film Festival Team

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Join the Cornwall Film Festival Team

Fantastic Opportunity to join the Cornwall Film Festival Team: The Festival is currently seeking an Assistant to manage the Festival Office and help the Director coordinate and facilitate the practical arrangements for this year's event. Festival Assistant, Cornwall Film Festival
£16,000 per annum
Redruth, Cornwall

Closing date for applications:
Closing date for applications is Friday 10th April 2008

Interviews to be held w/c Monday 20th April

The Cornwall Film Festival is a looking to employ a graduate to support the organisation of the 2009 event in addition to seeking out ways to increase revenue streams to reduce dependency on grants and funding into the future.

The Company:
The Cornwall Film Festival is an annual celebration of Cornish and international filmmaking and offers local and national premieres, professional development workshops, lectures and parties providing the opportunity to network with the UK’s leading industry professionals. The festival started in 2002 and has grown year on year. It not only raises awareness of the blossoming Cornish media sector but it also offers filmmakers and editors opportunities to meet commissioning editors, producers and distributors. The festival also offers opportunities for young people with Screen Actions a young person’s festival showcasing the talent of filmmakers across the county. Last year over 300 young people from over 30 schools and groups attended Screen Actions. For more information go to

To explore and develop commercial revenue streams to increase the sustainability of the Festival into the future
To explore and develop the widening participation of and ticket sales to local people
To secure enough revenue to sustain the Festival Assistant’s position into the future
To coordinate practical arrangements and logistics of the Festival
To assist the Festival Director in other work where necessary

Nature of work undertaken:
The Festival Assistant is immediately responsible to the Festival Director and to the Festival Board and will be the first public interface for the Festival and will maintain and develop relationships with venues and audience groups. Another key area of responsibility will be to raise the Festival’s profile, highlighting any specific events through various PR activities. There will be an expectation that the graduate will pursue new revenue streams for the Film Festival as well as conducting market research into attracting new audiences to the Festival. The graduate will also assist in updating the website, and administration such as producing programme running orders, production schedules and contact information lists for key Festival personnel.

Required Personal skills and qualifications:

Essential Requirements:
Degree level qualification in event management or media related
Excellent communication and customer service skills and good standard of written English
IT Literate (Access, Excel, Word, Email and internet applications including Withoutabox)
Ability to manage volunteers and young people
Full clean driving license and access to a car

Desirable Requirements:
Previous experience of organising Festivals or events
Experience of working on own initiative
Ability to work independently and under pressure
Basic bookkeeping experience
Organisational and office management skills

Duration of the project:
The project will be for the duration of 12 months and the post is permanent for the right candidate.
The post will be full time from late April 2009 (to be agreed upon appointment).

For further information and to apply:
First, send a C.V and covering letter outlining why you feel you are suitable for the role to: Debbie Horner, Graduate Recruitment Assistant quoting reference number SB/313/P122 to or call 01209 617689 for more information. Second, register your details on our graduate database (if you haven’t already) at and receive email alerts from UCP about graduate level jobs in Cornwall.

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