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BNL Productions – Media Youth Facilitators

BNL Productions are recruiting for a pool of energetic, creative and passionate people to join their freelance team of media youth facilitators for a range of upcoming projects.

They are looking for a person with experience and knowledge of multimedia skills such as cinematography, animation, vlogging, photography and/or other media skills, ideally having a background in youth work, teaching or training.

This is an excellent opportunity to work as part of friendly, driven and creative team. With 14 years of business experience, BNL Productions are constantly growing and are excited to invite persons that are well organised with creative project experience to apply for this role.

The Role & Responsibilities

  • As a Facilitator for BNL Productions you will be required to teach different media techniques through workshops.
  • If the workshop requires it you may have to collect and return equipment from the studio in Lurgan.
  • You may potentially have to spend some time in post-production with support from studio staff or Project Manager.
  • You may have to liaising with the client as well as the BNL Project Manager.
  • You may have to learn internal systems, as well as our policies and procedures.
  • Project work covers a range of categories and may include (is not limited to):
    • Cross community projects
    • Young people, including those at risk
    • Young people with learning, sensory and physical disabilities
    • Ethnic minorities
    • Other

Ideal requirements:

  • ¬†Minimum of one years experience in a similar role
  • Teaching or youth work qualification
  • Media or equivalent degree or higher level qualifications
  • Clean driving license and access to a vehicle.
  • Understanding/background of the work involved in the creative processes in relation to media production
  • Experience in delivering film making, photography, animation and/or vlogging workshops
  • Ideally have experience in delivering Peace related workshops and be able to take a neutral and positive stand point following themes such as sectarianism, racism, drugs & alcohol, mental health etc.

Working Culture & Hours

Due to the nature of the work, there are no set working hours. A typical project might include 1 workshop or a series of workshops. For example, delivering 3-10 x 2.5 hour evening workshops.
Workshops maybe during the daytime, evenings and/or weekends. Some workshops may be required during a full weekend such as staying on residential. Flexibility will be required.
BNL will usually supply you with a set of pre-prepared presentations to aid in the delivery with the group and to explain the main key aims of the workshop/s.
If the workshop requires it you may have to collect and return equipment from the studio in Lurgan.
You may potentially have to spend some time in post-production with support from studio staff or Project Manager.

For more details and to apply click here. 

Deadline for receipt of applications is: 12noon, 28 February