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VicScreen is the Victorian Government’s creative and economic screen development agency. Behind the scenes, supporting professionals, infrastructure, projects and events – elevating Victoria as a global screen destination. 


We're looking for an Industry and Skills Development Coordinator to join us for the ride in this full time, ongoing role.

Reporting to the Manager, Industry and Skills Development, VicScreen's Industry and Skills Development Coordinator is the passionate industry champion behind the initiatives bringing new screen-industry talent to the world. Helping identify new talent and supporting skills development.

You'll  work closely with colleagues to assess applicants for VicScreen's industry and skills development programs, guiding them with intimate knowledge of the industry's inner workings. A master of clear communication, you'll  spearhead reports and policy papers for presentation to senior management and government departments.


You're passionate about the screen industry and you know how it works.  A natural communicator and relationship builder, you build and maintain connections that help to identify and develop future talent.  You'll also bring;

  • Industry Knowledge: Sound knowledge of the Australian screen industry.
  • Experience: Demonstrated experience working in one or more production roles (e.g., Production Manager/Coordinator, or similar) in one or more of the following: feature film, television, digital media or games, preferably within the Victorian screen industry.
  • Analytical Skills: You'll have the ability to identify straightforward issues / problems, gather and analyse information, and recommend solutions to facilitate decision making.
  • Energy: Your unfakeable enthusiasm for all things screen drives you to deliver quality client services – day-in, day-out.


Sound like you? For the full position description and application instructions, click here and apply today! Applications close at 5:00pm on Friday 8 March 2024.

For more information or to discuss the role further, please contact Jana Blair, Manager, Industry and Skills Development on



We are not able to offer work experience places.

If you’re just starting out in the screen industry, check out our Resources for advice on getting experience or our Industry Directory for local production companies who may be offering opportunities.





Review VicScreen's Enterprise Agreement (Film Victoria Enterprise Agreement 2020).

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