Full-time Paid Job for a Community Radio Station Co-ordinator

UniofBedfordshire_logoFancy filling a full-time job vacancy as a Community Radio Station Co-ordinator at the University of Bedfordshire, based at Park Square in Luton, with an annual salary of £38,522?  It’s a permanent position, here’s the spec from its site:

The Community Radio Station Co-ordinator will take responsibility for managing Radio LaB 97.1fm, the community radio station which has its studio within the University.  Under its license the station must engage audiences of young people (11-18yrs), students and young professionals (18-28yr olds), and the 55+ group.  The Station Co-ordinator will have enthusiasm, dynamism and be a champion of the station within the community and University. S/he will be an excellent communicator, have a flair for teaching and experience of the budgeting, technical oversight and management of a community radio station.

The closing date’s by noon on the 20th November 2013. Click here for more details and how to apply.  Good luck and please let us know if you get the job …

Trainee Script Editor with BFI

Marcella Forster, LSM’s Senior Lecturer, wanted to let you know about this great job opportunity at the British Film Institute (BFI). 

Previous postBFI Film Fund has launched an eight month Trainee Script Editor placement. This paid placement will consist of six months with the BFI Film Fund and two months within an active production company.  

The deadline’s 23rd September 2013. Continue reading

Digital Media Production Assistant opportunity

The Royal Veterinary College is looking for an enthusiastic and creative individual to join their team as a Digital Media Production Assistant. This one-year fixed term post would be ideal for recent graduates with a flair for digital image capture and video production looking to build their portfolio and gain work experience.

Nr Potters Bar, Hertfordshire  c. £20.3K to £23K pa inclusive

Details and application

Sound recording residency

The Collection and Usher Gallery Lincoln, and Lincoln School of Art & Design are inviting artists working with sound and audio, to submit expressions of interest for a unique opportunity to work with Archeological holdings at The Collection, Lincoln. Deadline: June 30.

Download full details (pdf)

KTP opportunity at Lincolnshire media group

An exciting opportunity has become available for a motivated media enthusiast to apply their media skills and expertise in a traditional print environment. The post has been created as a result of an innovative Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project between Mortons Media Group and the School of Media at the University of Lincoln. For further information and informal enquiries please contact Colin Reiners, creiners@lincoln.ac.uk  Tel: 01522 886216. Continue reading

Jobs at SoundLINCS

From Helen McCarron: SoundLINCS have some vacancies:

Programme Development Officers

We are currently seeking 2 Full Time Programme Development Officers to join our team and contribute to the development of music making opportunities throughout Lincolnshire and the East Midlands. If you have an interest in community music, workforce development training and music education in general this role could be for you. Salary in range £17,420 – £21,776 dependent on experience. Continue reading

Jobs at GSProductions


GSProductions and Panda Planet Productions are working together over the next few months to create a short feature film. We’re looking for someone creative, talented and enthusastic to join the team as our Creative Director / Production Designer. Job details: Continue reading

2 jobs at Filmclub

We have two new vacancies at FILMCLUB for a FILMCLUB on the Road Coordinator and FILMCLUB on the Road Assistant.

FILMCLUB makes available an extraordinary range of films that can challenge, unite, amaze and inspire young people.  With free weekly screenings, online reviewing, industry events and hands-on support, FILMCLUB inspires, excites and opens up new avenues for learning. Full details

Finding your new job

We regularly pass on job opportunities here, and new jobs come up daily on our Twitter feed, but did you know that the University Careers and Employability Service can also help you find employment or self-employment? Adviser Helen McCarron writes:

Have you had a look at our website for information how to find jobs? We have information for each course with useful places to start your job hunt. Continue reading

Vacancy: Editor / camera person, Newark

From LSM graduate Ash Knight:


Editor and camera person


Teaching Art Ltd


Newark Notts


Full Time position, starts Immediate

Full time non-linear editor and camera person, proficient using Avid Media Composer and editing to broadcast standards and tight deadlines. As part of a small team you will be expected to be hard working, well organised, flexible and keen to learn new skills. All the Details on Mandy Jobs. Continue reading