Vacancy: Film Hub North Talent Producer (Part Time)
Join our team - applications close Wednesday 19 July

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We’re looking for a Talent Producer (Part Time) to help us support aspiring filmmakers aged 16-25 in the North of England.

Film Hub North supports emerging filmmakers in the North through a combination of funding, training and community-building. We're one of the regional delivery partners for BFI Film Academy: a programme that offers opportunities for ambitious 16-25 year-olds, anywhere in the UK, to get to know more about film and how to forge a career in the screen industries.

This role is focused on leading our region-wide BFI Film Academy programme. The post-holder will be responsible for developing and delivering events and opportunities that help young people break into the film industry.

The Talent Producer will work in collaboration with cinemas, festivals and other cultural organisations across the North to deliver the BFI Film Academy programme. The post-holder will also be responsible for contributing to the Hub's wider ambitions for audience and filmmaker development in the region, and ensuring that our BFI Film Academy work supports these aims.

Applicants should be passionate about the film sector and have a strong ability to engage with new talent - including creatives that are working across a variety of forms and platforms. You will be a great communicator, committed to diversity and inclusion, and be able to plan and deliver high-quality talent development programmes.

More information on the role is provided in the Job Pack linked below.

About the role

Job title: Talent Producer

Salary: £30,000 per annum pro rata - 3 days per week

Hours: 24 hours per week, inclusive of meal breaks. Includes flexible working some evenings and weekends.

Location: The post-holder must be based in the North of England. This role involves hybrid working, with office space available in Manchester, Sheffield and Newcastle. The ability to travel across the North is an essential requirement.

Employer: Film Hub North is led by two of the region's key independent cinemas: HOME and Showroom Cinema. The employer for this role is HOME.

Contract terms: Fixed term contract until 31 March 2026

Preferred start date: Early-August 2023

How to apply

You'll find all the necessary application documents linked below.

After reading the Job Pack, please complete the Application Form and tell us how you meet the Person Specification for this role. You’ll also need to complete the HOME Equal opportunities form online.

Application Forms should be sent via email to:

The deadline for applications is 10:00, Wednesday 19 July 2023.

Interviews will take place via Zoom on the week commencing Monday 31 July 2023. Candidates invited to interview will be sent a list of questions in advance.

You also have the option to submit a short video (up to 5-min) instead of a written response to application question 7 - this is where you outline how you are suited to the role.

If you have access needs and require additional support in order to apply, please contact:

If you would like to discuss this role in advance of applying, please contact the Film Hub North team at: