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We're looking for a Front of House Duty Supervisor to join the team!
This role is one of four nation-based Producers on the new Immersive Arts programme. You will work together to support artists who are experimenting with new technologies – paying attention to regional context while combining forces to offer a coherent range of opportunity across many geographies, art forms, ideas and career stages. You will be based at Pervasive Media Studio, Watershed becoming part of a wider film and creative technology team.
This is a leading role within this new UK wide Immersive Arts funding programme. Alongside our Academic Director you will represent the programme nationally and internationally and be responsible for leading a collaborative process of delivery across the UK wide partnership. This role will join the Watershed team, who are the Executive Producers of the programme.
We are looking for a Front of House General Assistant to join our team.
If you're aged 16 - 25 and are looking to build your networks and gain tips and insights to help you navigate the screen industries - whether that’s TV, film or immersive - Inside Screen is for you.
Working at Watershed
The information in this video is also available as the Working at Watershed transcript with visual description below.
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Working at Watershed transcript with visual description
[Furaha] For me, it's been quite an eye-opening experience to join Watershed because this career change is unlike any that I have ever attempted before. Working at Watershed has given me the chance to finally indulge my inner creative that I feel I've had to suppress to get by in my career in the past.
Watershed logo. View of the Watershed building from the harbourside. A staff member is seen at work on the Box Office desk. Quick cuts to kitchen staff and exterior shots of artwork on the building facade. A poster inside Watershed reads "I feel like it's a place where I belong."
[Kat] Working at Watershed just feels like a really accepting place, a place where I kind of can be myself, but also where I can learn and grow, and I think it's a place where you can step outside and think differently and take risks and I really appreciate that.
|A person is making notes on paper. People are having a brainstorming session, sharing ideas and writing their thoughts on a large sheet of paper.
[Lucy] It's the first job where I saw people who looked like me and I felt included.
|A chef finely chops vegetables and prepare food to be served.
[Tony] Watershed is really excited to try new things and to wear that on its sleeve a little bit. So some things work really well, some things maybe don't work so well, but there's a real kind of a group effort towards creating change, I think, and kinda seeing where change can come from and what that change can be.
|A cinema ticket is placed under a custom built scanning device. A group of people sit at a table having a meeting. People sitting down are focusing on a speaker.
[Ailsa] Our DMs are super supportive and really look after us, which is lovely, way more than in any other job that I've had.
|People participating in an exercise of play with much energy and cheering.
[Mark] For me, each day is different, it's dynamic and there's so much change and difference that happens in the organisation.
|Cinema 1 signage above an entrance. A staff member opens the door and we enter. Quick cuts of different events that have occurred in the cinema involving prominent artists and experts such as Edson Burton and Mark Kermode.
[Bernie] It's a beautiful building. It's light, it's airy. It's on the Harbourside in Bristol, which is one of my favourite spots in Bristol. What's not to like?
|The corridor to the cinemas at Watershed. The harbourside with the Watershed building in view.
[Marta] What I love the most about Watershed is the people. Well, not just the people that work for the organisation, but anyone that collaborates with us and clients and customers and everybody is just happy to be here.
|People sitting at a table outside enjoying Undershed, Watershed's harbourside cafe & bar. A greeting is translated in many different languages on signage in Watershed's stairwell. A close-up of plants and fairy lights in the cafe bar.
[David] It's not stuffy. That's definitely something I looked for in life, not a stuffy job.
|People sitting on bean bags while a small robot crawls around the floor. Two people share a moment as they laugh.
[Luke] I've been supported through some really difficult stuff and I'm still here and I still feel enabled to do my job. There can't be many places that can do that for people.
|Multiple screen devices displaying hundreds of thumbnail photographs while a person with a child walks past. Two people stand at a desk getting involved with a studio resident's project. Timelapse of passersby at the entrance to Watershed.
[Suki] If I was talking to myself about applying to Watershed, I wouldn't think about it, I would just go for it, because there's just so much to be gained from this Watershed experience from what it has to offer in growth, in personality, in meeting people, in everything it has currently and will have in the future.
|A barrister starts to make a coffee. A bar tender pours a pint, makes drinks, and pours a glass of champagne. The barrister expertly puts the finishing touches on a cappucino. Two pints are placed on a serving tray.
[Jon] There are other places where it's just, well, "I don't wanna go in today." "Oh, I didn't wanna go there." But I'm up and I'm out and I'd never feel like like that, which is quite good, I think.
|Watershed building exterior on the harbourside. Close-up of Watershed signage outside the entrance and of the signage on the stairs in the foyer. Someone skips up the stairs. Interior shots of the cafe and bar and the Pervasive Media Studio. Watershed staff in a Zoom meeting waving goodbye.
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