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USBF COMMITTEE MEMBER

The Ulster Scots Investment Committee (the ‘Committee’) chaired by a Northern Ireland Screen Board Member makes funding decisions on a quarterly basis and is seeking to recruit an Investment Committee Member. We are seeking to recruit Member(s) and would welcome individuals who can demonstrate the relevant experience.

Candidates will be expected to demonstrate in their application form and, if shortlisted, at interview, the extent to which they are able to satisfy the following essential criteria:

  • Experience of involvement in broadcasting and/or publishing (for example, digital, broadcast or print content), such as (but not restricted to), production, advisor, author, contributor.
  • Demonstrable knowledge, expertise and experience of a range of Ulster-Scots issues that include language, culture, heritage and identity.

It will also be advantageous to candidates if they can demonstrate in their application form and, if shortlisted, at interview, the extent to which they are able to satisfy the following desirable criteria:

  • Graduate or postgraduate qualification/s in a relevant field
  • Current or previous membership of a board or committee

In addition, all candidates will be expected to show evidence of being able to work with other committee members to secure the highest standards of service for the public and make the time commitment necessary to fulfil their role as a committee member.

To apply, click HERE.

Closing date:

FUNDING EXECUTIVE (maternity cover – 12 months contract starting August 2021)

Reporting to the Funding Manager the post-holder will assist in the effective and efficient operation of the Funding Department. This will include following funding guidelines and procedures for enquiries, applications, assessments, awards, contracts, payments, delivery and post delivery and supporting the delivery of the annual and strategy targets across designated sector/s.

Essential criteria

  • A minimum of two years’ experience in an administrative position
  • Experience of working with financial documentation, in particular budget and cash flow
  • Demonstrate an aptitude for developing relationships and working in a team
  • Evidence of the ability to work under pressure and to deadlines
  • Evidence of strong organisational skills and the ability to prioritise a diverse workload
  • Evidence of a commitment to accuracy, reliability and attention to detail

Desirable criteria

  • Experience of grants/funding administration procedures
  • Third level qualification
  • Demonstrate a knowledge of screen industries and the work of Northern Ireland Screen

Deadline: Friday 9th July at 12 noon

Please read the information pack before applying. To apply, click HERE.

ULSTER-SCOTS BROADCAST FUND EXECUTIVE (12 months contract)

Reporting to the Funding Manager the post-holder will develop and manage the Ulster-Scots Broadcast Fund (USBF) to deliver the agreed strategy for the Fund as articulated by the Board through the USBF Investment Committee and BFI/DCMS.

Essential Criteria

  • Evidence of a strong interest in Ulster-Scots Language, Culture and Heritage
  • A minimum of two years’ experience in an administrative position
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Be able to demonstrate ability in numeracy particularly budget and cashflow
  • Ability to forge good working relationships

Desirable criteria

  • Knowledge of production and/or broadcasting
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the work of the Ulster-Scots Broadcast Fund and an understanding of the wider Ulster-Scots sector
  • Graduate or postgraduate qualification/s in a relevant field

Deadline: Friday 9th July at 12 noon

Please read the information pack before applying. To apply, click HERE.

 

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