16th January 2017 | News

Looking for new opportunities in 2017? Falkirk Community Trust (FCT) is currently looking for a Film Practitioner as part of their InsideFilm libraries project.

The successful candidate will plan, create and deliver an introduction to film education in Her Majesty’s Prison and Young Offenders Institute (HMPYOI) Polmont in association with FCT Libraries.

InsideFilm Libraries Project

Funded by Creative Scotland, the InsideFilm project is part of an innovative pilot initiative run by the Scottish Library and Information Council (SLIC). It aims to increase opportunities for employment, understanding and involvement in film for people in HMPYOI Polmont.

The temporary, part-time position will require 23 days of work – breaking down as 18 half days for delivery, 11 days of planning, two days of training and one days for a final event. The fee for this freelance project is £4,500 with travel expenses included.

Skills & Experience

The Trust is looking for someone with experience of working with diverse and challenging participants or young people as well as skills in planning and evaluating projects.

HMPYOI Polmont is Scotland’s national holding facility for male young offenders aged between 16 – 21 years of age and women of all ages. This post therefore requires Enhanced Disclosure checks.

For a full list of the skills and experience required and project brief visit the Falkirk Community Trust news page. You can also contact Tanya Milligan on tanya.milligan@falkirkcommunitytrust.org for further information. Deadline for applications is 5pm on Tuesday, February 7th 2017

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