Irish Film Institute -Jobs

Jobs

Current opportunities

Development Officer – Please send CV and a cover letter to ebrennan@irishfilm.ie by 5pm Wednesday, May 1st, 2024. Full job spec here.

Education Coordinator – Please send CV and a cover letter to amcgivern@irishfilm.ie by 5pm Saturday, April 20th, 2024. Full job spec here.


About us

Working at the IFI means an opportunity to be dynamic, creative and part of a community that is passionate about what they do and values mutual trust and respect. We offer a safe and inclusive environment for our team, and are always open to employee feedback. We recognise the need for flexibility when it comes to work, which is why we offer hybrid working options (where a position allows), flexible start and finish times, flexible leave options and policies that promote equality and inclusion.

Our Values

Our values reflect what is important to us at the IFI. They guide our efforts, define our culture and shape the way we approach our core activities – Exhibit, Preserve and Educate.

Our core values are:

  • Inclusivity
  • Passion
  • World Class
  • Respect
  • Leadership

Your voice matters

We believe that a company is nothing without its people. We work continuously to engage with and listen to our employees through a number of initiatives such as our annual employee survey, our staff forum and regular staff town hall meetings.

Meet some of our staff and find out more about what it’s like to work at the IFI here.

Perks and Benefits

  • Hybrid working options available (where feasible. Where this is an option, it will be highlighted on the job description)
  • Flexible start and finish times
  • Supportive paid sick leave policy
  • Employee pension scheme
  • Complimentary cinema tickets plus staff screenings
  • Paid maternity/paternity benefit
  • Staff discounts in the Café Bar and Film Shop
  • Access to an employee EAP (Employee Assistance Programme) offering up to 6 free counselling sessions
  • Access to a free Financial Wellbeing platform exclusively for IFI staff
  • Taxsaver commuter tickets
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Social committee
  • Option to apply for additional unpaid leave

 

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) is something that the IFI places huge emphasis on and is very much a part of who we are as an organisation, from both a staff perspective and in our programming. We work hard to build a diverse and inclusive environment in which people feel they belong. We are constantly evaluating and re-evaluating our process to ensure that EDI is a top priority. Some of our initiatives in this area include:

  • A variety of EDI policies.
  • We regularly review our recruitment process to identify where we need to broaden our recruitment channels and analyse recruitment data to ensure we are as inclusive as possible.
  • Our gender pay gap currently stands at 2.8%. We have decided to report on and publish our gender pay gap earlier than required for a company of our size as we are keen progress in this area and are committed to reducing this further.
  • We set departmental EDI targets, which we make available to all staff to show tangible progress in this area.
  • We have developed a number of policies designed to ensure more flexibility for staff and greater support when they need it such as the introduction of a menopause policy and bereavement leave in the event of a miscarriage. We are continuously developing and expanding our range of policies in this area.
  • We take any breaches of our EDI policies very seriously and take a very active approach to making staff aware of their obligations under the bullying and harassment policy as well as encouraging an active bystander culture in which people feel empowered to speak up on behalf of others.
  • We run regular talks and workshops that aim to promote awareness around EDI issues.
  • We have an inclusive language guide in place to support staff to be mindful of the language they are using.

The IFI is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. If you need assistance, or an accommodation, as part of the recruitment process please let us know in advance by contacting jobs@irishfilm.ie.

Development and opportunities

We actively encourage our staff to apply for internal vacancies and advertise all our vacancies internally to ensure everyone is aware of potential development opportunities. We use pay scales to ensure that people can see progress as they develop in their careers with the IFI. All employees have access to apply for relevant training related to their objectives for the year.


The IFI is supported
by The Arts Council

Arts Council of Ireland