Overview

Overview

The Festival requires the services of a Programme and Events Co-ordinator to assist the Producer and Programme Director in the delivery of the Festival programme. The role involves: co-ordinating key programme strands and partnership projects, such as Industry Days and Illuminate; liaising with cultural partners; researching guests for panel discussions; co-ordinating the Schools screenings; and managing the Festival schedule. The ideal candidate will have demonstrable project/event management experience in an arts organisation, ideally a festival, a good knowledge of film, and strong organisational and administrative skills. To start immediately.

To apply, please email a short covering letter explaining your suitability to the position, together with a short CV, to: jobs@corkfilmfest.org, with the job title clearly marked in the subject heading. Application deadline is 12pm on Monday 18th September.

About Cork Film Festival

Cork Film Festival is a local, national and international celebration of cinema, running for ten days in November each year in Cork City. The 62nd edition will play from 10th to 19th November, showcasing the best fiction feature, documentary and short films from 2017. We are now recruiting for a number of roles to help deliver a successful Festival.