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York, North Yorkshire (GB)
14 Sep 2022
30 Sep 2022
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Would you like to be part of an award-winning organisation whose passion is connecting communities to their film heritage?

Based in York and Middlesbrough, the Yorkshire and North East Film Archive’s purpose is to find, preserve and provide access to the moving image heritage collections made in, or about, Yorkshire and the North East of England.

These collections, which are held on cine film, video, and digital formats, showcase over 125 years of life in Yorkshire and the North East of England. From great events to everyday lives, professional and amateur filmmakers alike have recorded the people, places, changing landscapes and industries that have shaped our regions.

Our role is to ensure that these extraordinary films are preserved and made accessible for everyone to see and enjoy, both now and for the benefit of future generations.

Above all, we are looking for potential trustees with the skills to help us develop new ways to bring our valuable collections to wider audiences. We are particularly interested in individuals who can help us with digital transformation, archive and collections management, legal and charity compliance, and accessing younger people and more diverse communities. We are seeking at least one candidate with strong connections to the North East.

We aspire to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply and join our Board of Trustees. Previous Trustee experience is not necessary.

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