CINEMA FOR ALL VACANCY
OFFICE AND OPERATIONS MANAGER
Sheffield, P/T – 4 days per week/ 30 hours
3 year contract
£26.5k gross p.a. pro rata
*Please note that the interview date has changed from Tuesday 24 March to Thursday 26 March.
Cinema For All is the national organisation that supports, develops and champions the film society and community cinema sector across the UK. Based in the Workstation in Sheffield, we represent over 1350 film societies, community cinemas, student cinemas and pop-ups making a difference to their community through film. We are a small, dedicated team working hard to deliver cinema for all.
WORKING WITH US
The Office and Operations Manager is a key role ensuring the smooth and effective running of the facilities, IT, admin, finance, supplier management, data and quality management and HR operations within Cinema For All. They will provide high quality management and support across these areas, working closely with the operations team, the Head of Programme and New Business Development and the CEO. They are also responsible for and compliance with data protection and relevant legislation.
We are looking for someone with at least 12 months office management experience.
Please fill in our application form and send to Jay Platt on firstname.lastname@example.org. We are unable to accept CVs.
In order to make the best application you can, we recommend you spend some time on www.cinemaforall.org.uk familiarising yourself with our work and the sector we represent.
The deadline for all applications is 9am on 10 March 2020. If you haven’t heard from us by 17 March please assume your application has not been successful. Interviews will be carried out on *Thursday 26 March in Sheffield.
Cinema For All is proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer and we welcome applications that would increase the diversity of our organisation. Reasonable adjustments will be made to accommodate people with disabilities. No discrimination will be made on the basis of gender, gender identity, marital status (including civil partnerships), race, ethnicity, nationality, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, religion, socio-economic background, or age.
If you have a disability, are from a BAMER background or identify as LGBTQI+, Cinema For All strongly encourages you to apply for this position.
If you would like to know more about how your personal data is stored, please contact Jay Platt on the email address above.
This role is supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and we thank them for their support.
Safeguarding Statement and Pre-Employment Checks
At Cinema For All, we are committed to safeguarding and welfare at all times, in line with our Safeguarding Policy and Procedures. All of our employees, trustees and volunteers will be expected to comply with the policy and procedures. Upon a conditional offer of appointment being made, all employees will also be required to satisfy our pre-employment screening process which for this position, will include:
- An identity check (photo ID)
- Receipt of two satisfactory employer references
- Documentary evidence of right to work in the UK