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Awards Coordinator (Scotland)

BAFTA is seeking a new Awards Coordinator to join their busy Scotland team.

Job purpose

The Awards Co-ordinator will focus on, and provide front line support during, the annual BAFTA Scotland Awards Call for Entries, Membership Vote, Juries, Nominations Announcement and Ceremony. The role will support on other aspects of Communications and Event Production for the BAFTA Scotland Awards. This role would suit you if you thrive on building relationships within the industry and can demonstrate that you can manage a large workload, are highly organised, self-motivated and have a proven track record in an administrative role. You need to be able to operate effectively in a time-pressured environment, approach your work with energy and have exceptional communication skills.

Key responsibilities and accountabilities

Support with the preparation of the BAFTA Scotland Awards Rules and Guidelines
Set the awards schedule with Awards Manager and maintain relevant documents/websites
Research potential entries and compile contact lists
Respond to Awards enquiries
Process submitted Awards entries
Collate any Awards appeals and communicate results to entrants
Liaise with Membership team and support preparation for BAFTA Scotland Awards Membership Vote
Co-ordinate BAFTA Scotland Juries alongside Awards Manager
Work with Awards Manager, PR Team and Communications Coordinator on Nominations announcement
Coordinate Awards Nominees and Presenters
Support elements of planning and production of Nominees’ party, Red Carpet, Ceremony and After Party
Work with other teams on related awards activity (e.g. Comms, LIT, Sponsorship, Membership) and wider BAFTA Awards teams throughout the year
Oversee Nominee and Winners receipt of certificates and trophies
Consult with Awards Manager, research industry/awards trends to assist with producing recommendations for Awards Review
Maintain Awards websites and systems (e.g. Entry, Voting and Jury websites)
Schedule meetings for and take minutes of the BAFTA Scotland Awards Sub-Committee
Support on other flagship BAFTA Scotland events, e.g. Guru Live Glasgow

Ideally you will have:

Knowledge/experience of film, game and tv industry, especially in Scotland
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with diplomacy and professionalism
Excellent organisational abilities, and the discipline for self-organisation without direct supervision
Strong administrative skills, exceptional attention to detail and ability to process large amounts of sensitive data quickly and correctly, ensuring accurate and timely reporting
Ability to sensitively maintain relationships with a range of organisations
Ability to focus on the detail and relay complex information in a concise manner
Problem solving skills
Some experience of working on events
General interest and enthusiasm for film, game and tv industry

Ideally you will be:

Calm under pressure
Organised and thorough
Detail conscious

 

Application procedure 

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About Us:

BAFTA is a leading global charitable institution focused on championing creativity, opportunity and social change for all through the transformative power of film, games and television.

 BAFTA’s Vision is:

‘Bringing the transformative power of Film, Games and Television to everyone’

BAFTA’s aims are:  to champion the art and the craft, champion talent and champion the industry environment by:

Identifying and celebrating industry practice deemed exceptional by peer review, thereby elevating the art and craft of film, games and TV

Providing talent with recognition, inspiration, access and long term support, in particular those under- represented and underprivileged in society

Enabling a positive and inclusive environment, for an accessible, sustainable and connected industry