Job Vacancy: Film Access Scotland Development Manager

New national role supported by shmu

Film Access Scotland are recruiting a new Development Manager – a fantastic new job opportunity to support and grow the moving image and media access sector in Scotland.

Film Access Scotland is a sector development organisation which represents leading moving image and media access organisations working with communities (both geographic and of interest) across Scotland, and is Chaired by our very own CEO, Murray Dawson, who was instrumental in the organisation's development. 

FAS was founded in November 2013 to facilitate consultation and representation at strategic level and to ensure that the moving image and media access sector receives the recognition and resources it needs to deliver access and participation for all. Diversity, inclusion, equality, opportunity and creativity are at the heart of all Film Access Scotland members. The current consortium members are GMAC Film (Glasgow), Screen Education Edinburgh (Edinburgh), Media Education (Edinburgh), Plantation Productions (Glasgow), Voice of My Own (Borders) and Station House Media Unit (shmu).

This new post is the culmination of a development process which resulted in the publication of FAS’s Strategic Plan & Action Plan 2019-2021. shmu took the lead in and secured funding from Creative Scotland  for a two-year period to support the realisation of the Plan. Natalie Usher, former Director of Screen at Creative Scotland, was appointed as Chief Executive in January this year and the organisation is now recruiting a Development Manager to support the work of the Chief Executive in delivering the Strategic Plan.

It's a hugely exciting time for the sector, which shmu is at the forefront of – to find out more about the role visit the FAS website here