What we do
Ardán (prev. Galway Film Centre) is a registered charity with the aim of supporting creatives within the audio-visual (film, TV, games, and animation) industry in the West of Ireland and beyond, by enabling access to industry resources and advice, and providing funding and training opportunities.
Ardán operates the National Talent Academy for Film & Television on behalf of Screen Ireland, and we wish to recruit a Projects Co-ordinator to support execution of our ongoing activities in this area.
The (five) National Talent Academies were established to develop a highly skilled and diverse talent and crew base throughout Ireland. The National Talent Academy for Film & Television supports aspiring screenwriters, directors, and producers with courses, programmes, and career opportunities.
We are looking for a motivated Projects Co-ordinator to ensure the execution and the smooth running of the annual National Talent Academy for Film and TV talent development programme.
This is an opportunity to work as part of a small team to deliver a full NTA Film & TV programme that would include workshops, industry events, mentor schemes and shadow placements.
Supporting the Director of the National Talent Academy for Film and TV by executing the annual talent development programme across a number of different schemes aimed toward entry, emerging, and established talent in Ireland in the areas of production, direction, and writing for Film and TV.
The National Talent Academy Film & TV is an initiative of Screen Ireland and is managed by Ardán.
The Projects Co-ordinator is a full-time role working mainly Monday – Friday, however some occasional weekend and evening work will be required. This is initially a 12-month contract with a 6-month probationary period. This hybrid role includes remote & in-office work in Ardán’s Galway office.
Please email your 2-page CV and your cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm, Thursday, 4th May 2023.
Ardán is committed to equal employment opportunities regardless of age, origin, gender, religion, nationality, or ability. We welcome and encourage applicants who identify as diverse. Please let us know in your application if you have any specific requirements for potential interview processes.
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