Analyst Specialised in the European Film Industry (Grade B5)
CoE - Council of Europe
Your reports will feature in the future of film.
Based in Strasbourg, France, as part of the Council of Europe, the European Audiovisual Observatory brings together 41 member states to gather and distribute information on the audiovisual industry throughout Europe. Strengthening the Department for Information on Markets and Financing, you will conduct far-reaching research into the film industry across Europe.
Your key task will include compiling information for the Observatory database on film admissions in Europe whilst drafting reports and technical notes on the film market. At the same time, you will build close relationships with the European Film Agency Research Network and other key stakeholders and present your findings at conferences, giving you considerable visibility and variety.
Expert knowledge of European, national and regional film production is naturally essential, backed by a proven record of writing socio-economic studies and reports. A qualification in economics, business, political science or communication would also be useful, but more importantly you will be skilled in translating raw data into clear findings, planning and organising your own workload, and resolving diverse issues. Finally, you should possess full fluency in either English or French, backed by some knowledge of the other language and ideally a command of German.
Applications should be made in English or French using the Council of Europe online application system at www.coe-recruitment.com before the deadline of 19 January 2017.