Here we highlight local film exhibition roles, and some national opportunities.

In addition to the below, visit the Independent Cinema Office website for regular job listings for the cinema exhibition sector.

Programme Manager, Gulbenkian, Canterbury
£27,285 – £31,604 per annum

Do you have experience of programming and/or creative production, planning and delivering a range of projects and events including festivals, of running courses, classes and workshops for young people and effective project management skills including budgeting and strategic planning?

Gulbenkian is looking for a Programme Manager to support the Director, with minimal supervision, in the effective management and development of all aspects of the Gulbenkian artistic programme to become a leading international arts centre presenting and producing an inspiring programme which is engaging, innovative and of the highest quality.

For further details and to apply please visit the Gulbenkian website.

The closing date for applications is Sunday 10 September 2017

Women Over 50 Film Festival, Brighton

Expenses (£10 per day)

Women Over 50 Film Festival celebrates the work of older women on both sides of the camera. We look to them to drive our stories – as film-makers and performers – and invite you to become part of Women Over 50 Film Festival family.

The Festival launches on Thursday 14th September at Picturehouse Duke of York’s, followed by two days of films, Q&As, talks and workshops at The Sallis Benney Theatre in the University of Brighton on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th September.

It is looking for approximately 20 volunteers with excellent communication skills and a friendly manner to join the WOFFF team. You will help usher guests into the cinema, answer visitor questions, manage guest lists and much more besides. This is a great opportunity to gain some experience of film festivals, meet new people and make new friends, as well as see some great films.

Volunteers will be based at The Sallis Benney Theatre in the University of Brighton and will be provided with a free volunteer t-shirt. As a thank you for helping, the festival offers a free ticket to a screening of your choice, last-minute entry to other screenings or workshops if places are available and £10 per day to cover your travel and food.

Access the Volunteer application form.

If you have any questions, please contact

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 5 September 2017

Hub Coordinator, Film Hub Scotland

£22,500 per annum pro rata
Full-time, fixed term contract to 22 December 2017 based in Edinburgh

Film Hub Scotland seeks a Coordinator with excellent organisation and communication skills to support and deliver Hub activity until 22 December 2017.

As part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, Film Hub Scotland is one of nine Hubs set up across the UK with the aim of extending film choice, increasing and broadening film audiences, and enhancing opportunities for audiences to engage with and learn about film. Funding is currently confirmed for Scottish Film (a consortium made up of Scotland’s key cultural cinemas and festivals) to manage Film Hub Scotland until the end of December 2017.

Reporting to and working closely with the Hub Manager, the Hub Coordinator will be responsible for day-to-day liaison with the Film Hub Scotland membership, partners and other stakeholders. They will be responsible for the coordination and administration of all aspects of the Hub including communications, event production, audience development initiatives, financial systems, and being the first point of call for all Hub queries. The post holder will also prepare contract documents, support training and delivery of events, and raise the profile of Hub activity through effective marketing tools.

Applications are encouraged from self-motivated, organised individuals with excellent communication skills and a collaborative approach to working. A keen interest in film, and experience and knowledge of the film exhibition sector will be expected.

The closing date for applications Wednesday 13 September 2017  at 9.00am.

For further details and to apply please visit the Film Hub Scotland website.