Make British feature films for a global audience. Using the world leaders in disability and disadvantaged cinema to create a tectonic shift in the representation of disabled people both in front and behind the camera. E-mail Justin Edgar email@example.com.
Throughout the year, 4Talent run a variety of programmes to help those wanting to kick-start their career in the media industry and to also support those who may wish to change areas. From regional pop up events with industry professionals, to apprenticeships in Legal and Finance departments. 4Talent offer a variety of schemes for you to take your pick from; providing entry level and mid-career level roles.
The BBC Extend Hub
The BBC’s Extend Hub is similar to the BBC Careers Hub but is a specialised recruitment portal exclusively for disabled people. The hub is to provide a whole range of opportunities: from entry level apprentice and trainee schemes to work experience placements and generic BBC roles within BBC divisions nationwide. To discuss opportunities with some of the trainees please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and the team will respond recommending potential candidates.
Evenbreak is a not-for-profit social enterprise that connects people with disabilities to inclusive employers, helps disabled jobseekers find work with employers who will value their skills and promotes the business benefits of employing disabled people. By adding Evenbreak to your usual media, this can help you attract additional disabled applicants you might otherwise have missed. To advertise an opportunity within your company, register online and then e-mail email@example.com for an Employers' Information Pack.
EmployAbility is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to assisting students and graduates with all disabilities, including dyslexia or long term health conditions, into employment. EmployAbility also run an ever-expanding range of programmes for large international and UK employers, including internships, graduate recruitment and a tailored consultancy and training service to employers, aimed at creating a more diverse and inclusive working environment. To contact EmployAbility about an opportunity at your organisation e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07852 764 684.
Leonard Cheshire Disability
The Leonard Cheshire Disability Organisation helps disabled people get a career in mainstream media; to broaden the positive influence that people with a disability have in deciding how their lives and circumstances are portrayed in the media. Leonard Cheshire Disability run a programme of Summer internships called Change 100 once a year, where they aim to unlock the untapped potential of students and graduates with disabilities. It gives organisations access to a talent pool bursting with ability, creativity and insight. To advertise opportunities within your organisation, please call Chris or Suzy on 020 3242 0419 or e-mail email@example.com.
Loving Your Work
Loving Your Work is an online private Facebook group for TV and Film employers to post paid jobs for experienced TV and Film professionals. To advertise an opportunity within your organisation, you will need to join the group.
Film and TV Pro - Part of Mandy.com
Film and TV Pro UK is an online database which consist of Film and TV industry news, resources, events, networking tools and a jobs board to post job opportunities. To post jobs as an employer, first register for an account and then to advertise an opportunity e-mail via the online form or call 020 3372 5870.
My Plus Students Club
My Plus Students Club is a network which provides job opportunities for graduates with disabilities in the Banking, Legal, Media and Retail industries, amongst others. Their mission is to ensure that having a disability or long-term health condition doesn’t prevent anyone from having the career that they want to have. Not only do they want disabled individuals to realise their career ambitions, they also want employers to benefit from the unique talents and strengths that disabled individuals can, and do, bring to an organisation. If you would like to discuss advertising an opportunity at your company, sign up via the website.
Production Base is the UK's leading digital publication and network for freelancers working in TV, film, theatre, radio and commercial production. As members of this exclusive community, users gain access to hundreds of unique job opportunities on a weekly basis, and can showcase their profile & showreel to all the leading production companies and broadcasters. Employers regularly search Production Base's extensive database of freelancers and/or post positions directly onto their jobs board. To advertise an opportunity within your organisation and to view the talent database, you will need to join the group.
The Talent Manager
The Talent Manager is an online service that helps Indies and Broadcasters manage their own selected networks of people. Indies can post job opportunities and contact freelancers directly through the site. Register directly to advertise an opportunity.
The Unit List
The Unit List is an online talent database which advertises paid production roles for all levels across the media industry in addition to providing helpful, downloadable industry tips and general advice. Production companies looking to recruit talented freelancers for TV, film, digital, corporates and commercials should contact The Unit List directly by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org to advertise an opportunity.