Digital Producer (supported by John Ellerman Foundation)

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Salary:
£31,500- Pro-Rata (4 days/ week)
Closing date:
Thursday 30th June 2022- 10am
Interview Date:
Friday 8th July via video call.

Digital Producer (supported by John Ellerman Foundation)

We are looking for someone to help us develop our screen and digital strategy and to manage the production, delivery and distribution of screen and digital projects for National Theatre of Scotland.

If you have:

  • at least 3 years’ experience of producing short films or TV programmes, preferably in Scotland.
  • a strategic mind with a strong artistic flair and contacts within the screen and TV industry.
  • impeccable planning, producing and budgeting skills.

and would be interested in joining National Theatre of Scotland to help develop and shape our Digital Strategy for the next 3 years, we would love to hear from you.

This position is based in Glasgow - with potential for hybrid working – and on a 4 days / week basis.

For more information on the role please download the full job description below.

How to Apply

Application deadline: Thursday 30 June 2022 - 10am.

Application format: please send an email, audio, or virtual CV and Cover letter including where you first saw this ad to recruitment@nationaltheatrescotland.com

Interviews will be held on Friday 8 July via video call.

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