Location – Central London / flexible working
Reporting to – Whole Picture Programme Programme Manager
Salary – Circa £50k
Full time –Fixed-term contract to October 2022
The film and television industry is a wonderful, exciting creative place to work – but it can be tough. That’s why the Film and TV Charity exists. We understand the highs and the lows. We’re here to help the people who work behind the scenes make the most of career opportunities and get through the difficult times too. We’re the screen industry’s charity driven to help the people who make it so great thrive.
With roots as a benevolent fund, we changed our name to the Film and TV Charity as a statement of our intent to modernise. We have a new strategy to make a step change in the way we engage with the industry and deliver support, and we’re building a team of talented individuals to make it happen.
We’re now embarking on the next stage of that journey for the Charity through the delivery of a major mental health programme, the Whole Picture Programme, to address the mental health crisis uncovered in our industry.
If you have:
- Extensive experience of delivering marketing, communications and behaviour change campaigns
- A proven track record of outcomes when working with a range of partners and stakeholders at a high level
- A passion for creativity, storytelling and inclusion
- A focus on problem solving and getting results.
If that sounds like you, and you would relish the opportunity to get involved in transformational work, then we would love to hear from you. Please read the job description and person specification.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter of no more than 2 sides of A4 to [email protected], attention of Tracy Riddell. Please ensure that your cover letter addresses all relevant points listed in the person specification and demonstrates how you meet these criteria.
We are keen to hear from candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds.
Deadline: Monday 25th January 10am