The NFTS is one of the top film schools in the world – The Hollywood Reporter. Our credits tell the story. As you will see by reading some of the news stories on our website, our students and graduates achieve National and International success, winning awards for their films and tv programmes that this year alone have seen 1 Oscar nomination for a student film, 9 Oscar nominations for NFTS graduates specifically, and 104 key graduate credits on 21 Oscar and BAFTA nominated films.
The NFTS is a full-time working production house, set in Film and TV studios in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, just outside London and easily accessible by train/bus. We are an equal opportunities employer, and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
NFTS Jobs fall into the following categories:
• Course Tutors (full-time, part-time or visiting)
• Heads of Department
• Curriculum Co-ordinators
• Technical Staff
• Administration Staff
• Senior Management
Senior Tutor in Digital Content and Formats
120 Days Per Year – Equivalent to two days per week on average
The National Film and Television School is one of the most respected film, television and new media schools in the world. The School, working with some of the world’s biggest film and television companies, delivers more specialist production and post-production courses than any other film school in the world. In many cases these are unique at MA level, such as Television Entertainment and Entrepreneurial Producing.
In partnership with Sky, the school is launching a new Diploma in Digital Content and Formats. This new 12-month course will enable participants to maximise the potential of films and television programmes across platforms. Students will create standalone digital projects and also work alongside students from Documentary, Comedy, Games and Television Entertainment to create extensions to ‘traditional’ programmes.
Applicants must demonstrate they have digital experience in a broadcast environment and have a thorough understanding of development and production. Applicants need to be exceptional communicators possessing excellent interpersonal skills and a passion for student learning.
How to apply
All vacancies advertised will have job application packs for download, and instructions on how to apply can be found in the pack.
If you would like us to consider you for a position that is not vacant at the moment, or you are interested in being a visiting tutor, or helping in some other way, please email your CV to our personnel department. Alternatively, send it by post to:
National Film and Television School
Bucks HP9 1LG
Please note: We will keep your CV and letter on file, but we will not contact you until a vacancy becomes available that we wish to interview you for.