Production Assistant Feeling Strong

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Organisation information

Organisation
Feeling Strong

Charity registered in Scotland SC048394

Website
feelingstrong.co.uk
Good HQ
@Feeling_Strong

Aims & objectives

Feeling Strong is a service delivery and campaigning organisation with the mission to improve the lives of young people living with mental health issues in Dundee by fostering the skills, confidence and aspirations they need to flourish. We work closely with the community to provide opportunities for our service users in the following areas; lobbying, skills development and awareness. We are at an early stage of development, but have received start-up funding and are currently delivering one project on behalf of young people with mental health issues in Dundee. We have two more projects ready to start pending funding. We were founded in 2018 by our Project Director Conor Marshall, and since have been joined by a dedicated team of Trustees and Volunteers. Our objects are; 1) The advancement of health. 2) The advancement of citizenship or community development (including rural or urban regeneration). 3) The promotion of equality and diversity. 4) The relief of those in need by reason of age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage.
Job number
10006
Location
Dundee
Time of attendance
Flexible, to be agreed between employee and line manager - may include occasional evenings and weekends.
No of references
1
Hours (per week)
16
Shifts/rota
Not supplied
Salary (£/hr)
£9.00 p/hour

Job description

Main purpose of role:

To provide administrative, operational and film production support to the Wellbeing Matters project and assisting the Producer in delivery, recruiting participants, volunteer induction, filming, editing and evaluation.

Key tasks:

- Act as a point of contact for young people engaged with the project

- Organise social media and press coverage of the Wellbeing Matters project.

- Book any venues or spaces required for the project.

- Source equipment and resources required of the project.

- Administrate and carry out general office duties related to the project.

- Liaise with partners of the project.

- Act as production assistant during shoots.

- Undergo any training as required by the role/requested by their line manager.

- Carry out any other tasks related to the project as required.

Key results/objectives:

- To implement operational and administrative support for the project.

- To support the volunteers and staff of the project.

- To lead on editing and filming activity in the absence of the Producer.

Responsible for:

Administration processes, managing equipment, filming & editing, and staff/volunteer support related to the project.

Reporting to:

Project Director & Woodchip Films Producer

Person specification

We are looking for a motivated, enthusiastic and willing-to-learn self-starter who is willing to grow into the role, therefore we are happy to be flexible with the skills, knowledge and experience of candidates.

Essential:

- General computer skills (Office packages)

- Willing to undertake self-development

- Good organisational skills

- Good interpersonal skills

Desirable:

- Previous production-related experience

- Previous editing experience

- Previous experience in similar role

- Previous experience in the charity sector

Additional information

For accessibility, we adopt a flexible approach to working arrangements, agreed between employee and line manager. We would encourage young people with lived experience of mental health challenges to apply.

PVG/disclosure requirements

Required - can start subject to a successful Disclosure/PVG scheme membership