PLACEMENTS (All teams)

Registrations Placements (2 posts)

Based in the Festival's Industry team, you will assist the Registration Coodinator with all Press and Industry accreditations.

Early May to end June. 2 full-time posts (part-time start). Flexible working will be considered.

In addition to our public programme of films and events, the Industry team oversee a programme of events, screenings, networking opportunities and a videotheque service for hundreds of film industry delegates who attend EIFF from all over the world. Delegates are provided with a number of services including a designated delegate centre, online viewing facility, and access to online and printed information on all Festival attenders and activity. Registrations Placements support the processing of all press and industry delegates and guests who will be attending the Festival.

Working in a small team, you will help to register attenders on our Festival database system. During the Festival you will be part of the front line who greet all pass holders on arrival at the Festival. You will be an information point for all kinds of queries and a friendly face for the new arrivals.

The Registrations Placement may be of particular interest if you’re looking to develop a good foundation knowledge of who’s who in the film industry and press sectors. Postholders should be confident and polite communicators with great attention to detail.

You will also be available to help with EIFF’s major functions during the Festival such as our Opening Night, Closing and other Gala premieres and parties.

Please download and read the attached description of this Placement for further details before applying.

EIFF Placements are mentored, learning opportunities, providing valuable work experience within a specific team at the Festival. Please see the EIFF Recruitment Policy in the introduction section for further information on EIFF Placements.

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