We are seeking a freelance Project Co-ordinator for a mental health awareness training course for producers and Heads of Departments (HoDs) in the film and TV sectors.
Role: Project Co-ordinator
Organisation: Ffilm Cymru Wales
Contract: Freelance contract of services
Location: Working from home, Ffilm Cymru’s office at Tramshed Tech, Cardiff and varied meeting places, as relevant.
Term: Start ASAP; working towards 3 training dates in late November/early December and ongoing co-ordination and project evaluation work through to February 2020.
Fee: Approx. 30 days at a day rate of £150 (incl VAT). Working hours are flexible but expected to be more intensive in run-up to core training dates (Oct/Nov/Dec 2019). Payment will be made each month via invoice against amount of days worked. Total fee cap of £4,500.
Application Deadline: 17:00 Friday 6th September 2019
Main Purpose of the Role
Ffilm Cymru is seeking a freelance Project Co-ordinator to manage the logistics and administration for a training course offering mental health awareness and follow up support that producers and Heads of Departments (HoDs) working in the film and television industries undertake with a mental health expert.
The course is co-financed by ScreenSkills and Ffilm Cymru through their BFI NETWORK Wales initiative. The Project Co-Ordinator will report to the BFI NETWORK Wales Manager in co-ordinating the promotion, delivery and data-gathering relating to the course.
The course will take place in Cardiff, delivered in English with Welsh translation available on request and will be marketed to targeted participants across Wales through Ffilm Cymru and relevant stakeholders and partners. An initial free introductory event themed around Wellbeing, Resilience & Anti-Bullying and Harassment within the screen industries is scheduled in partnership with BAFTA towards the end of November.
The core training programme of two days will host 20 participants and is anticipated for early December 2019. Potential participants will be asked to submit an expression of interest to attend, which will be assessed by the Project Coordinator based on need. There will be a cost to attend, with bursary support available to those who face demonstrable need for financial assistance towards travel, childcare or course fees.
Following the core training, participants will have the opportunity to follow up with the designated course leader via a one-to-one session.
Applications & Deadline
Please email your CV along with a cover email outlining your experience and skills against those detailed above, why you are interested in the role and when you would be available to start.
Applications should be addressed to Alice Whittemore and sent to: email@example.com
The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 6th September 2019.
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 11th September at Ffilm Cymru’s offices in Cardiff. We will reimburse any costs associated with attending the interview.
As users of the Disability Confident Scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum job criteria.