Film Producer/Channel Manager

Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
£35000 per annum
18 Nov 2016
06 Dec 2016
Sharron Probert
Contract Type
Full Time
Channel Manager / Film Producer

£35,000 per annum

37 hours per week


We are a large, innovative, dynamic and financially sound organisation. We are officially "good" and aim to be an "outstanding" educational provider in the next two years.

An opportunity has arisen to lead a brand new initiative at the Grimsby Institute. Estuary Student TV requires a Channel Manager to produce films for a range of needs including internal marketing and documentary college use, or for linked employers and potentially for broadcast on Estuary TV.

The role is permanent and requires flair and creativity, flexibility, responsiveness, the ability to oversee small groups of learners at times, assisting to produce high quality video moving image material to deadlines.

The successful candidate will also need to create and manage a website to upload materials to, acting as a web portal, as well as set up some AV activities at times.

Fantastic brand new industry leading facilities are provided along with a high level of support and excitement for this new venture within a highly successful college.

There is an opportunity to travel with fully funded overseas activities to document as part of the role. The team is supportive, creative and dynamic and ready to support you here at Grimsby.

If having read the job description you are interested in this role, please press the "Apply Now" button and we shall contact you via email. Closing date for this position is 5th December 2016

The Grimsby Institute Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect the same commitment from all staff and volunteers. All posts are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Clearance through the DBS, and other checks may also be required.

Please note that all employees must have Literacy and Numeracy to at least Level 2 or will be expected to obtain during their probationary period.