Date(s) - 27/07/2017
Are you a team player, who loves to get things done with a willingness to muck in? Do you enjoy supporting others to reach their full potential? Do you have a passion for New Zealand film?
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a one year fixed term part-time (20 hours) Talent Development Co-coordinator at the New Zealand Film Commission. The role reports through to the Head of Talent Development, works closely with all areas of talent development, and is based in Wellington.
The Talent Development team focuses on finding, fostering, connecting and progressing outstanding New Zealand filmmaking talent, here and abroad. To be successful in this role you will require excellent administrative, verbal and written communication skills with the ability to manage multiple projects and events in a calm and efficient manner.
Knowledge of Te Ao Māori with sensitivity and awareness of New Zealand’s diverse cultural makeup is beneficial.
The ideal applicant will also have:
- A positive, friendly, flexible, team player attitude
- Integrity and the ability to manage confidential information
- Reliability and common sense
- Attention to detail
- Customer service orientation
- Excellent knowledge of computers and relevant software applications (Microsoft office package)
- Experience using databases, CRM technology and Filemaker Pro would be ideal
- Knowledge and interest in the film industry, ideally with production experience
To apply, please email your CV with a covering letter to Talent Pathways Manager, Jude McLaren to [email protected]. Applications close 9am 27th July but early applications are encouraged.
The New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) invests in original and culturally significant films, encourages talented New Zealand filmmakers through developing career pathways and facilitating connections offshore, and works to increase the number of people seeing New Zealand films here and overseas. The NZFC is also responsible for promoting New Zealand’s screen production industry overseas and attracting international screen productions to New Zealand.