Job Title: Clerk to the Board and Company Secretary
Contract: Permanent, Part time (up to 18 hours per week, open to flexibility)
Salary/Benefits: £58,000pa pro rata, 30 days holiday pro rata and contributory pension
London Film School (LFS) is seeking an experienced governance professional to join our team at an exciting time of change for the School. This is a new position that has arisen following our governance review, and presents an opportunity for the right candidate to join a School that is internationally celebrated for its commitment to film, craft excellence, innovation and creative freedom.
The Clerk to the Board and Company Secretary will be responsible for ensuring the School is compliant with its corporate legal framework and for providing independent expert advice to the Board and the Association. They will work closely with the Board, coordinating governance activities, ensuring that the Board and Associations’ business is organised, and undertaking related administration.
The successful candidate must demonstrate a proven track record in a similar role, with a comprehensive understanding of the Board’s governance responsibilities in the higher education framework and under company law. Whilst the post-holder will be an advisor, they must also be comfortable delivering administrative support to the Board and committee management, including preparation of agendas, papers and minutes. They will have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to use tact and diplomacy to work collaboratively with a wide range of internal and external contacts.
For further details about the role please download the job description and person specification. Clerk to Board & Company Secretary JD&PS Final Oct.pdf
How to Apply
To apply, please provide a CV together with a covering letter setting out your interest in the role and explaining how you meet the requirements in the person specification. Applications must be received by 9am Monday 19 November 2018 to Greg Dyke, LFS Chairman, c/o email@example.com. Interviews are likely to take place on 27 November 2018 and we ask that candidates keep this date free as we may be unable to offer an alternative.
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Job Title: Film Festivals Coordinator
Contract: Permanent, Part-time, 3 days per week (21 hours)
Salary/Benefits: £26,000pa pro rata, 30 days holiday pro rata and contributory pension
You will enjoy working in a fast-paced and creative environment, utilising your knowledge of national and international film festivals, professional bodies and associations to provide advice and professional administrative support to internal and external stakeholders. You have experience of submitting appropriate films to festivals, competitions and events. As a confident communicator, you will relish the challenge of building strong film festival, student and graduate relationships and providing excellent customer service. You will have proven organisational skills and experience of effective database and file management. You will be comfortable working collaboratively, and are excited by the prospect of being an ambassador for LFS at Film Festivals and internal and external events
LFS is an equal opportunity employer.
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ABOUT LONDON FILM SCHOOL
London Film School (LFS) is internationally celebrated for its commitment to film, craft excellence, innovation and creative freedom. The School is consistently rated as one of the top international film schools.
We are recognised by Screenskills (Creative Skillset) as a Centre of Excellence Film Academy.
Currently located in Covent Garden LFS is the first film school in the UK. Deeply connected to local and international screen industries, we have alumni spanning the globe, and working in every part of the film industry. Our students and alumni have won every major award in the screen industries, and we continue to foster and nurture the next generation of filmmakers. During 2017, films created at the School had around 200 festival entries, screening films globally. The list spanned Cannes, Venice, Tribeca, Clermont-Ferrand International Film Festival, The BFI London Film Festival, Edinburgh, Encounters, Oscars, and Sundance.
With around 220 full-time students, from over 30 countries, we are a dynamic hub for high-quality filmmaking activity, preparing creative storytellers for the world’s screen industries. We offer three full-time MA programmes, a PhD Film by Practice, and a full calendar of short courses.
The School is committed to collaborative practice-based learning and produces over 180 films every year. The result is a dynamic and intensive film environment which creates global networks for life. Every role within LFS plays a key part in shaping future creative professionals, impacting on the future of the global creative industries.
As the School recently turned 60, and with a planned move to a new home, LFS is on the verge of a new chapter in its history. It’s an exciting time to join us.
London Film School is a non-profit educational charity with Greg Dyke as its Chairman of the Board and Gisli Snaer as its Director.
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LFS is an equal opportunity employer. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce.
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