Our jobs are like our festival, open to all.
We believe that documentaries, and those working in the arts and in media – including ourselves - have a part to play in creating a society which is proud of its diversity and its multi-cultural heritage.
Our programme-centred approach to inclusiveness puts diversity at the forefront of its activity. Through the documentaries we showcase and the talent we develop, we aim to celebrate diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.
Equally, we are committed to providing a welcoming, accessible, inclusive and positive experience for all festival attendees, team members and volunteers – regardless of age, disability, sex, gender, sexuality, marital/civil partnership status, pregnancy/maternity/paternity, race, religion/belief, or socio-economic background. We’re proud to be a Disability Confident committed employer, supporting disabled people in the workplace. Sheffield DocFest is BFI Diversity standards approved, an organisation that encourages equality of opportunity and addresses under-representation in the screen industries.
How to Apply
You are invited to apply for roles by submitting an up-to-date CV plus either:
(a) a covering letter (1 or 2 pages) that addresses the job description and criteria above; or
(b) a video letter (of up to 7 minutes in length), explaining what attracts you to the role and what you would bring to it.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss the role prior to applying please contact, Sophie Newing, HR and Access Coordinator at: email@example.com
Please address applications to: Sophie Newing, HR and Access Coordinator email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you require further information (including requests for printed forms/access support), please contact us on 0114 276 5141 or email email@example.com
We monitor the diversity of our workforce and for the purposes of reporting to our key funders, we ask that you help us by clicking on the link below to complete the questionnaire anonymously.
Equal Opps form