Jobs and Internships

PROGRAMMING COORDINATOR
The Film Society of Lincoln Center seeks a Programming Coordinator to support the Programming Department on the Film Society's year-round calendar, including annual festivals, series, retrospectives, new releases, and special events. To apply for this position, click here.

Principal Duties:

●   Working with other members of the programming staff on all aspects of programming, including research, booking, and scheduling
●   Editing and organizing program notes and other materials
●   Coordinating Q&A’s, translation, and subtitling
●   Coordinating box office reporting and payments for film rentals
●   Overseeing administrative tasks for the Programming Department

Experience/Skills Required:

●   Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
●   Ability to manage multiple priorities and to work self-sufficiently, while meeting all deadlines
●   Experience with writing, editing, and proofreading
●   Knowledge of and interest in classic and contemporary cinema
●   Strong commitment to quality work and high work ethic

To apply for this position, click here.

DIGITAL PLATFORMS ADMINISTRATOR
Reporting to the Director of Digital Platforms, the Digital Platforms Administrator sits at at a pivotal intersection of FSLC’s box office, development, marketing, and digital departments.  Serving as the principal contact at FSLC for our CRM vendor (Tessitura) this dynamic position manages all projects related to the CRM and acts as the internal “go to person” for elements related to the system.  Working with the Director of Digital Platforms the Administrator manages deadlines and interdepartmental collaboration to ensure smooth business operations. To apply for this position, click here.

Principal Duties:

●   Serve as principal contact with Tessitura Network, communicating needs and issues from FSLC staff to TNET and vice versa
●   Oversee staff training for basic Tess systems
●   Supervise the TNEW online environment under the direction of the director of digital platforms and in close collaboration with box office staff (web content, error messages, standard messaging, site controls, customer accounts, confirmation emails, etc)
●   Manage long-term TNEW projects, including customizations and improvements
●   Manage development, testing and execution of NYFF customizations and ticketing elements, including passes and packages
●   Working with management, create methods for regular assessment of Tessitura needs, system usage, etc
●   Serve as a resource for Film Society Staff for basic operational questions and implementations of the Tess System
●   Create the hierarchical structure of all materials and items being sold within the system, including but not limited to, Film Programs, Merchandise, Concessions, Gala, and NYFF)
●   Work with Finance Department to create financial backbone of the ticketing system, including the shift from Transcend to Element
●   Work with digital department and box office to implement industry standards and best practices in regards to security issues, and business continuity as well as technological advances
●   Coordinate reporting for Marketing and Programming needs

Experience/Skills Required:

●   Experience with Tessitura CRM
●   Ability to think strategically and creatively in an environment with constantly shifting priorities
●   Strong written and verbal communication skills
●   Strong organizational skills
●   Ability to maintain focus and calm under pressure
●   Familiarity with industry best practices for ticketing operations
●   Ability to manage long-term, multi-faceted projects

To apply for this position, click here.

OPERATIONS INTERN

The Film Society of Lincoln Center seeks a motivated intern to work in the Operations Department.  The intern will play an active role in the production of Film Society’s various events and special projects including the 53rd New York Film Festival.  This is an opportunity for the right individual to play a part in pulling together one of the most dynamic film events in New York. To apply for this position, click here.

Principal Duties:

●   Under the direction of the Director of Operations, process submissions for the New York Film Festival using our online tracking system
●   Coordinate the NYFF Screener library
●   Attend/Support Staff meetings and NYFF Production Meetings
●   Support office archiving project under staff supervision

Experience/Skills Required:

●   Self Starter
●   Strong written and verbal communication skills
●   Basic understanding of productivity software packages (Microsoft, Google Apps, etc)
●   Available two days a week, expanding to more as time/assignments require
●   Film experience/knowledge
●   Current College Student or Recent Graduate

To apply for this position, click here.

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