Vacancy: Film Hub Wales Marketing Officer (part-time, 24 hours pw) 2017 (CLOSED)

Fixed-term contract to December 2017
(any extensions will be subject to funding for which news is imminent, with review of hours)

Salary scale: £17,467-£18,910 pro-rata, depending on experience

We are looking for a Marketing Officer to support Film Hub Wales with the development of audiences for British independent world cinema across Wales, through targeted and innovative marketing of FHW and member projects, offering increased reach and new access to under-served groups.

Application forms and job description available at or contact Susan Powell, HR Manager,

Closing date for applications: 9am, Wednesday 19th July

Interviews to be held: Thursday 27th/Friday 28th July  

About Film Hub Wales

Film Hub Wales (FHW) aims to bring more films, to more people, in more places around Wales. Along with its independent member venues, FHW regularly develops inventive ways for people in Wales to go to the cinema. FHW is one of nine UK wide ‘hubs’ funded by the British Film Institute (BFI) to form the Film Audience Network (FAN), with Chapter appointed as the Film Hub Lead Organisation (FHLO) in Wales. The aim is to develop the exhibition sector through dedicated research, training and audience development project support. Since Film Hub Wales set up in 2013, it’s supported over 130 exciting cinema projects, reaching over 226,000 audience members.

We are currently applying for a further four years of funding from the British Film Institute (BFI). Any extension to the post will be subject to funding from the BFI.

Duties and Responsibilites


Special Conditions

This job description is not intended to be exhaustive. The post-holder will be expected to adopt a flexible attitude to the duties which may have to be varied (after discussion with the post-holder) subject to the needs of the organisation, and in keeping with the general profile of the post.

Person Specification

Essential skills/abilities



  1. FHW works with members Wales wide. Members’ include but are not limited to ‘film societies, community cinemas, film festivals, commercial independent cinemas, event/pop-up providers, archives, film education providers/institutions, broadcasters, film distributors, multiplexes and wider arts/non film organisations.