- Job title
- Resources / Facilities
- South East
- Postcode of work
- Closing date
- 2 Oct 2022
- Experience required
- Working days
- Additional days
- Date posted
- 16 Sep 2022
Responsible to: Assistant Curriculum Manager
Purpose of the role: To act as Curriculum Co-ordinator, facilitating the smooth and efficient running of a range of NFTS courses.
Core duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Working closely with the Head of Department and course tutor in planning the curriculum.
- Producing and distributing schedules of activities for all curriculum events and providing organisational support in the co-ordinator’s areas of specialisation.
- Work closely with the head/s of department and Finance to maintain budgetary control, ensuring the department keeps within its financial limits.
- Booking equipment, props, scenery, stock, lockers, design materials, transport.
- Preparing contracts for, and booking tutors, set dressers, actors and any other external staff needed for activities.
- Supporting the admissions process, working with Registry as required.
- Where required and in discussion with tutors and Course Leaders creating risk assessments for workshops and attending any health and safety training sessions required.
- Supporting the assessments process affecting modules/workshops, internal and external responsibilities.
- Working within a team environment in the Curriculum Office, to be aware of all other areas of the curriculum to enable the effective flow of information.
- Maintaining accurate planning documents, records and archive of all curriculum activities.
- Providing cover for other co-ordinators in their absence during periods of holiday, sickness and at lunch times.
- Assessing priorities and managing a heavy workload to ensure all deadlines are met.
- Managing repeated re-organisation of the same event by tutors in the same or different specialisations.
- Undertaking any other duties as may be reasonably required in the position.
- Previous experience in and/or enthusiasm about film, television, games, animation or sports production, post production, development, or coordination.
- Excellent planning and organising skills, including the ability to order priorities and meet tight deadlines
- Attention to detail
- Strong IT skills
- Ability to work within a small team
- Ability to communicate clearly and confidently orally and in writing with a wide range of internal and external contacts.
- Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills with students and other stakeholders
- An ability to contribute to an evolving curriculum.
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The closing date for applications will be 2nd October 2022
Please note that we are unable to sponsor candidates for this role, so we are only able to accept applications
from candidates who are able to demonstrate their right to live and work in the UK. If you do not have the
right to work in the UK, we will not be able to progress your application.
At the NFTS, people are at the heart of what we do. We’re an inclusive employer and are committed to
equality of opportunity, and building a culturally diverse workforce. We are committed to being an anti-racist
organization and to increasing our representation of staff from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.
We strongly encourage applications from all backgrounds.