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Events Producer (Masterclasses)

Hours: Temporary, Part-time (Self-employed)

Rate: £180/day

Our prestigious Film School is seeking a self-employed Events Producer on an interim basis, likely to be required from September - December 2020.

You will coordinate all aspects of the LFS Masterclass event series, which are currently delivered online. From conception to execution, you will be involved in every aspect of successfully delivering these events. This includes developing concepts and ideas, coordinating the technical and production aspects, considering health & safety implications, securing any necessary equipment and liaising with LFS' marketing and academic teams to promote and realise the events.

The Masterclass series at LFS are held termly, offered to LFS students and staff, whereto alumni and guests from the film industry are invited.

The work pattern will be flexible depending on demand (approximately 2 days per week). Currently, this will be coordinated remotely.

If you have excellent communication skills, a background in events and project management, with some knowledge of the filmmaking industry, we would love to hear from you. You will be required to provide your own computer with good access to the internet and the equipment/software necessary to make video calls to LFS staff, alumni, guests and external agencies as necessary.

To apply, please send us your CV and a covering letter demonstrating how you meet the requirements of the role by 9 am on Wednesday 19 August 2020 to

Applicants will be required to supply documentation proving they have the right to work in the UK.

Please submit your application as soon as possible. LFS reserves the right to close this vacancy as soon as sufficient applications are received.


Job Title:                      Course Leader (MA Filmmaking)

Contract:                      Permanent,  full time (35 hours per week) 

Salary/Benefits:           £52,250-£55,000 per annum (dependent on experience), plus a comprehensive employee benefits package including 30 days holiday (pro rata) & contributory pension scheme

Location:                    Covent Garden, London WC2H 9UB (some remote working may be required)

Job Summary 

This is a great opportunity for you to lead the MA Filmmaking programme at our prestigious film school, widely acknowledged as one of the best in the world.

You will be responsible for the continuous improvement of programme delivery, standards and student outcomes.   Reporting to the Head of Studies, you will implement agreed strategies and operational plans, monitor course modules and the programme as a whole and lead academic staff on assessment, course monitoring, delivery and review.  The successful candidate will also be responsible for supervising the planning, design and continuous enhancement of the filmmaking curriculum. 

The appointee will have a Postgraduate qualification, preferably at PhD level, in a relevant discipline, together with extensive teaching experience in practice-based arts at tertiary level.  You should also possess significant experience in course/programme management and in the supervision and development of teaching staff. A teacher training qualification will be an advantage.

If you are a proven people manager, with excellent communication skills and a good understanding of the local and global screen industries, we would love to hear from you.

For further details about the role please download a copy of the job description and person specification by clicking the link below.  


To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter demonstrating how you meet the requirements of the role to   by 9am on Wednesday 2nd September 2020. 


Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce. 




We reserve the right to close this advert as soon as sufficient applications are received, therefore candidates are advised to submit their application as soon as possible. 


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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, most recently named in Variety's TOP FILM SCHOOLS 2019.

We are recognised by Screenskills (formerly 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 the past year, the School screened over 200 films globally. The nominations and awards list spans 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.

LFS is an equal opportunity employer. Please click here for our equal opportunities policy. 

Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce.

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