Falmouth University

Falmouth University

National Saturday Club Manager: Film and Screen Club

About The Role

Do you love working with young people? Would you like to inspire local 13-16 year olds to aim for a creative career? If yes? Then we would encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity at Falmouth University.

The University are now working with the Saturday Club Trust to offer new National Saturday Clubs to local 13- to 16-year-olds. This opportunity enables local young people to gain a ‘Uni-Experience' at an early stage. The Club Members will be on our campuses every Saturday, learning new skills,meeting new people and breaking down any barriers to their continued study onto HE in the future.

We are now seeking a National Saturday Club Manager to manage the Film & Screen Club. This exciting new role enables you to influence and motivate local young people who are considering a future creative career.In this role, you will also be a part of the National Saturday Club brand and have the opportunity to work with other club tutors/managers across the Country. There is also a visit to London at the end of the club year, where all club members showcase their work and share best practice. The club year runs from October to July each Saturday, term time, for 30 weeks. However, there will be additional weeks worked outside of the club timetable, to be involved in club promotion during July and September. This will equate to a total number of 39 weeks a year in term time.

About You

The ideal candidate will be someone who has a passion for film and media, who enjoys working with young people, and who is comfortable in a teaching/training environment. Ideally, you will have a wide breadth of knowledge and skills across multiple disciplines and confident delivering different subject sessions. The range of disciplines covered within this club are media production, journalism, acting, sound production, scriptwriting, film and television. We don't expect the club manager to deliver all these subjects but have basic knowledge of as many as possible.

For further details on the skills/experience required for this role, please see the full job description above.

This is permanent, part time, 11 hours per week position, to include 4 hours on a Saturday and 7 hours during the week for preparation of resources, administration and booking of guest speakers.

If you are looking to have an informal discussion about the vacancy ahead of applying, please email Helen Norman, Head of Student Access & Success. [email protected].

The closing date for the position is Tuesday 9 April 2024.

About Us

For more than 120 years, Falmouth University has been a hub of creative and technological education and change. We are Cornwall's University, a strong local and anchor institution within its defining rural and coastal community.

Our mission is to deliver exceptional higher education and research, harnessing the fusion of creativity and technology as foundations of the future economy. We use our knowledge and expertise in these disciplines to generate positive and sustainable opportunities for all.

In return for your hard work and commitment, we offer excellent benefits, including:

- Employer Pension Contribution up to 12%.

- Annual salary increments (Until top of grade reached)

- Enhanced Maternity/Paternity Pay/Adoption Pay

- Salary Sacrifice Car Scheme (Tusker)

- Salary Sacrifice Cycle Scheme

- Salary Sacrifice Home & Tech Scheme

- Life Assurance

Full details on our employee benefits can be found on our careers pagewww. falmouth.ac.uk/jobs. Alongside these benefits we offer a first class working environment across our campuses with all the facilities you would expect from a leading University.

A successful external candidate for this position would be employed by Falmouth Staffing Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Falmouth University. Employees of Falmouth Staffing Ltd work alongside Falmouth University colleagues in the delivery of Falmouth's strategic vision and will adopt Falmouth University's HR policies and procedures in full.

Falmouth University welcomes and encourages job applications from people of all identities and backgrounds, particularly those under-represented and/or marginalised, as it is important we have a diverse range of candidates to consider.

Job details


National Saturday Club Manager: Film and Screen Club


Falmouth University


United Kingdom


March 28, 2024

Application deadline

April 09, 2024

Job type



Arts and Culture,Computer Science

About the employer

Falmouth University is a multi-arts university in the south-west coastline of England in Cornwall. It is based across two campuses, one in Falmouth and the other in the close by town of Penryn. It was at first established in 1902 and later officially became a university in 2012. Apart from traditional fine art subjects, it currently offers degrees in advertising, architecture performance and marketing. In recent years, Falmouth has seen significant progress and investment where a new media centre has been established in 2017 covering photography and animation courses. With the association of the University of Exeter which carries out research on digital economy and sustainable, the organization has opened a library and teaching space named The Exchange. Falmouth students have recently positioned the university first in the UK for campus environment, library administrations and student welfare in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey. Its arrangement of courses covers the broadness of the creative industries, from art, design and fashion to gaming, music and film.

Students have access to proficient standard creative facilities. At Falmouth University, they work in association with various specialist institutions from the UK and around the globe. The organizations make more opportunities for students, ensuring access to excellent higher education in the creative sectors. Their chosen partners share the values and quality guidelines. They incorporate higher, further and private schooling providers globally and in the UK, who offer courses at varying levels and in differing modes. Students start their studies with either Falmouth University or a partner association but transfer to the next organization part-way through to finish their studies. Toward the end of their studies, they get grants from both Falmouth University and the partner association.

Academic Skills Group gives advice on the abilities required for academic study. Consultants can converse with students about everything from essay writing and time management to giving presentations and planning, research and writing dissertations. Student guides train second or third-year students from each course. Each new undergraduate student has a student coach, acting as a friendly face and point of for any inquiry they may have during their first year at Falmouth. Course facilities incorporate performance and recording studios, proficient standard photography facilities, excellent computerized manufacturing technology and a TV studio and display.

Students can personally visit the employability group at both campuses for careers advice and guidance. Support incorporates help with finding part-time work while at college, placement and internship opportunities, advice with CVs, applications, interviews, freelance work and starting a business. Falmouth additionally offers opportunities to study or work abroad as a major aspect of a degree. The Erasmus and Study Abroad Group can support students in arranging this enhancing experience.

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