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Salary: Glasgow Living Wage (£10.90 per hour as of 1 April 2023)

Term: Permanent contract following successful completion of probation period (6 months).


A permanent contract is being offered:

1 x 12hr per week (normally over 3 days including weekends)

The contracts is for specific early morning shifts starting from 6.00 until 11.30/12pm. Please note during Glasgow Film Festival (March each year) and for occasional special events throughout the year cleaning shifts will start earlier at 5/5.30am.

Closing date: Tuesday 20 June at 5pm

Interviews: Week beginning Monday 26 June

The postholder will work, as part of a team, to ensure that Glasgow Film buildings (cinema and offices) are meticulously cleaned each day. The postholder will be expected to follow specific cleaning schedules set by the Head Cleaner to maintain a very high standard of hygiene and cleanliness.

The postholder will be responsible for set areas within the cinema including our cinemas screens, office, bars and toilets.

The role requires someone who is hard working, can complete tasks efficiently and within set time frames. The postholder will have very good attention to detail, take pride in the quality of their work and work well as part of a team.

Further information on the role and person specification are included in the Job Description which can be downloaded below.

Glasgow Film is an Equal Opportunities Employer and as such all positions will be offered to the candidate with the required skills for the post and without consideration to a candidate’s race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, national origin, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment age, marital or civil partnership status or disability.

Please fill in our Equal Opportunities monitoring form HERE and email your application form to when applying.

Film Hub Scotland Spotlight Project Coordinator (Inverness)

Salary: £28,980 per annum (pro rata)

Term: July 2023 – 31 March 2026

Hours: 3 x 8 hour days per week

Place of work: Eden Court Inverness

Closing date: Monday 19 June at 10am

Interviews: week beginning Monday 26 June (In Inverness or via Zoom)

Over three years the Spotlight project will facilitate new film exhibition activity and build confidence/capability amongst current and new exhibitors.

The main purpose of this role is therefore to build relationships with existing and emerging cinemas and community cinema groups across the Moray Firth area - to nurture and support them, and (where appropriate) to directly deliver cinema screenings. The post holder will provide a range of practical interventions that will boost the confidence and capacity of local cinemas/community groups and equip them with new skills and knowledge to enable them to offer a sustainable programme of cinema screenings over the project period and into the future.

Please complete the Equal Opportunities form HERE when applying.


You can volunteer at GFT.

GFF Vacancies

GFF recruits staff in the latter half of the year with a number of temporary roles. Permanent roles may also be available.

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