We are now hiring! Facilities and Digital Media Assistant (SCVO funded opportunity).
Facilities and Digital Media Assistant (SCVO funded opportunity).
Unemployed Young People aged 16-29.
£5.90 – £7.83 (depending on age).
25 hours per week (Monday – Friday) for 52 weeks.
We are looking for someone with an interest in digital technology, filmmaking and digital filmmaking equipment.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and pro-active individual to support the maintenance, administration and development of our digital facilities. You will help administer equipment, ensure that it is maintained to a high standard, maintain digital media and support digital data recording.
Full Job Description
This is a varied support role, with the need to be flexible and willing to take on a range of tasks:
1. Assisting with facilities equipment hires:
– booking equipment in and out
– checking returned equipment
– ensuring that equipment disbursements are complete and functional
– ensuring that batteries are on charge
2. Assisting with Media Management
– Downloading and rendering media from SD Cards and, if required, tape formats.
– Maintaining library system for all media
– Assisting in the digitisation of media
– Mastering tapes
3. Assisting with the facilitation of room hires
– Ensuring that rooms are prepared for hires
– Ensuring that rooms are kept in a safe and tidy state
– Ensuring compliance with SEE Environmental policies
4. General administrative & reception duties
– Assisting the administrator with general administration and reception duties.
5. Data Processing
– Assist the administrator with the processing of data in accordance with SEE Data protection policies.
– Maintain media filing systems
6. Other Digital duties as required – this could involve updating the website or social media channels.
To apply for this job you must be referred by Job Centre Plus or SDS and meet the eligibility criteria, examples ….
- care leavers/care experienced
- young people with convictions
- military service leavers (serving less than 6 years)
- disabled people or with long term health conditions
- homeless people (including temporary or unstable accommodation)
- person affected by drug misuse (i.e. alcohol, drugs)
- person with lower than SCQF level 5 qualification
- work programme completers who remain unemployed
- refugees with immigration status allowing them to undertake employment
- ethnic minority groups