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We had a huge response, and we interviewed a lot of amazing people. It wasn’t easy, but we made our decision and the position has now been filled.  Thank you again for your interest. Good luck in all that you do. Stay safe.


Contract: Fixed term – 6 months from November 2 2020 – April 2 2021 (Part time – hours per week to be agreed)

Salary: £16,800 for the fixed term 6 month contract

Annual Leave: 24 days (pro-rata) per year, three of which must be between

Christmas and New Year. 

Free tickets to cinema events, screenings and viewing films online

Training and development: There is budget for team coaching for this project.

Location: Remote working and one or two meetings at Birds’ Eye View Studio in Vauxhall London SE11 if relevant/possible

Responsible to: Campaign Manager Jo Taylor and Director-at-large Mia Bays

Responsible for: Developing and implementing a new community outreach programme (pilot) in London for Birds’ Eye View’s Reclaim The Frame audience development project, along with the Campaign Manager and Director-at-Large.

About Birds’ Eye View:

Birds’ Eye View (BEV) is a campaign for gender equality in film. We spotlight, celebrate and advocate films created by women, and support women working in film. We are a charity and an organisational partner of the British Film Institute, funded by an award from the National Lottery.

In 2018 Birds’ Eye View launched Reclaim The Frame with a mission to grow ever-greater audiences for films by women, and build a more balanced film future.Individuals can support the programme by becoming Influencers, which entitles them to free codes for films we support as well as free tickets to events plus a 3 month MUBI subscription, find out more here.

We have networks in 15 cities UK-wide. The funding for this role is Greater London specific so that will be the geographical focus on this short term job.


Birds’ Eye View are looking to recruit a highly motivated and experienced Community Liaison Officer who will play an important role in engaging disadvantaged and excluded communities in London to take an active part in Reclaim The Frame (our established audience development programme).

These communities include, but are not limited to, those affected by Covid 19, sheltering from domestic violence, and the socially isolated, including those with a disability or mental illness.

This outreach pilot will focus on developing partnerships with community groups and charities to reach them. Birds’ Eye View will offer these groups free access to online films (and in cinemas when we reopen and if appropriate for the audience) as well as free DVDS for those without internet access at home. 

It is our intention to offer captioned and audio described versions of the films we will support to these groups whether they are being watched online, in cinemas or on DVD. We will also endeavour to have BSL interpreters and live captioning at our events.

You will work alongside the Campaign Manager and Director-at-Large, liaise with our stakeholders (Birds’ Eye View Board) and contribute to discussions with our partners in distribution and exhibition as we seek to increase engagement with those specified communities.

The right candidate will have a keen passion in engaging communities with the creative arts sector, excellent communication skills, a thorough working knowledge of community liaison marketing/partnerships and will have an established network of contacts to bring to the role. 

They will furthermore understand the importance of creating and maintaining relationships in order to discover opportunities that support the aims of the pilot. They will be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and be able to work across multiple events whilst maintaining an acute eye for detail at all times.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious person who is looking to further their career in the outreach sector as well as in film and the arts. You will be part of an important programme affecting change and expanding the audience for films by women in London. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

Role Specific:

  1. Working with Campaign Manager and Director-at-Large in delivering our pilot growth strategy to disadvantaged and excluded communities in London.

  2. Advise on the development and coordination of the London Community Outreach strategy, acting as a central point of communication between Birds’ Eye View and any community partners.

  3. Develop and build on existing partnerships with Greater London community groups, young people and educational institutions such as schools, colleges and universities, women’s shelters, disability rights and cultural groups etc.

  4. Liaise with stakeholders, attending relevant partner meetings to represent the project.

  5. Be involved in the overall evaluation processes in line with the reporting deadlines, ensuring that surveys are disseminated and collected online and databases and comms setups are efficient and updated.

  6. Ensure that the programme continues to meet the mission and aims set out within the original brief and run according to the timeline.

  7. Input into interim and final reports to funders and key stakeholders.


  1. Any other duties as reasonably required by line management.

  2. To be familiar with all relevant Health and Safety, operational, personnel, customer care, Data Protection and financial procedures, ensuring that all statutory obligations are complied with, especially in relation to licensing laws and first aid.

  3. The post-holder’s duties must at all times be carried out in compliance with BEV’s Equal Opportunities policy, ensuring equality of opportunity is afforded to all persons both internal and external to organisation.

This job description is not intended to be exhaustive. The post-holder will be expected to adopt a flexible attitude to the duties which may have to be varied (after discussion with the post-holder) subject to the needs of the organisation, and in keeping with the general profile of the post.

Person specification:

Essential skills/abilities

  1. Excellent project management skills.

  2. Experience of working with members of the community, organisations, groups and young people.

  3. Experience of working with members of the community, organisations, groups and young people.

  4. We recognise the value that can be brought to this role by somebody with lived experience of a diverse background. We particularly welcome applications from anyone who identifies as having one of the protected characteristics outlined in the Equality Act, or who has had experience of poverty, or hardship relevant to the experiences of those people we aim to serve with this project. 

  5. Experience of working with members of the community, organisations, groups and young people.

  6. A satisfactory full DBS check. (This can be applied for on appointment)

  7. Excellent communication skills, via phone, in person and over email. 

  8. Ability to represent the project with confidence to external contacts or at public events.  

  9. Proactive approach to tasks, presenting creative solutions to problems.

  10. Ability to work to deadlines, understanding how this impacts on team members.

  11. Strong organisational and time management skills.

  12. Ability to work on own initiative and on a variety of tasks.

  13. Effective, empathetic team player with the ability to direct and persuade others tactfully and to manage upwards.

Desired skills/abilities

  1. A working knowledge of and interest in films by women

  2. A working knowledge of film exhibition and distribution (theatrical and home entertainment)

N.B  You do not need to have a film background – community outreach and liaison experience is as important as film knowledge.

To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter outlining your interest and suitability for the role to by 1700 on Wednesday 28th October.

Interviews will be by Zoom on 29th October 1000-1800.

Offer will be sent on October 30th to the chosen candidate and work will commence (hours to be agreed) w/c November 2nd.


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