1 Year Internship: Junior Programmer and Administration Assistant

Junior Programmer and Administration Assistant (Internship)

We are looking for a motivated and energetic individual who will be a key member of our festival team. This is an exciting, dynamic role working across Administration and Programming.

The role’s dual functions will allow the right candidate to learn about the workings of all aspects of a film festival by providing administration support to the Executive Team, and by working closely with the Executive Festival Director who has core responsibility for Programming.

Reports to: Executive Festival Director, Festival Manager

Works directly with: The Executive Team: Executive Festival Director, Festival Manager and Head of Commercial & Marketing.

Benefits/Package: €23,200 per annum.

The position is offered as a one-year fixed term contract with a one-month probationary period.

The holiday year runs from 1st January to 31st December, and you will be entitled to 25 days annual leave pro-rata plus public holidays.

Duration: July 2024 – June 2025 (Note: as this is an internship position, it is preferred that the successful applicant return to third level education in September 2025 or is a recent graduate from third level)

Location: The role will be based in The Digital Hub in Dublin, D8.

Office hours are 9.30 – 5.30 Monday to Friday. However, due to nature of the Festival, evening and weekend work (in the run up to and during the festival) forms a natural part of the role. The Festival values and provides flexibility.


How To Apply

Send a CV and cover letter outlining your experience for the role to jobs@diff.ie.

Deadline: Friday 21st June 2024, 5pm.

Applicants must be eligible to work in the Republic of Ireland

We particularly welcome applications from people who identify with groups that are under-represented in the arts community, including people with disabilities, those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, and people from low socio-economic backgrounds.

We are happy to adjust the role to meet any accessibility requirements needed.