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Galway Film Centre Announce Job Opportunity – Manager Position
13 Feb 2018 : Nathan Griffin
Galway Film Centre is a resource organisation for filmmakers and administers the UNESCO City of Film designation in partnership with Galway City and County Councils.

The Galway Film Centre is now looking to recruit a full –time Manager. The role requires an excellent awareness of the funding landscape for the arts and a proven track record in managing complex and ongoing partnerships with a broad range of stakeholders. We require a candidate that is dynamic, highly motivated and that can deliver a vision to bring the organisation into the next phase of its development

Deadline - 5pm, Monday 26th February.

Founded in 1989, Galway Film Centre is a non-profit, members based organisation dedicated to the development of film as an artistic medium in the West of Ireland. To this end, we support filmmakers, community and youth groups through education and training, equipment provision and information.

In 2014 Galway was awarded the prestigious title of UNESCO City of Film as a result of a bid led by Galway Film Centre in partnership with both local authorities and over 50 local companies involved in the audiovisual sector. Galway Film Centre also administers the newly founded WRAP Fund. The Western Region Audiovisual Producer’s Fund is a new €2 million fund to encourage the film, television, animation and game industry in the West of the country. It is an initiative of the Galway Film Centre and the Western Development Commission (WDC) and will run over a three-year period in association with the local authorities in the counties of Clare, Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo.

Click here for full details on the submission process




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