Join our international team. We are committed to big ideas, serious enquiry and a humane worldview. That’s it.
You’ll join a group of people who enjoy each other’s company and believe ideas can make a difference.
You can read our mission and organisational values here
Current job vacancies
Event Producer, Sophia Club
At the Sophia Club, stimulating thinkers will join a host to create lively and engaging conversations which invite the audience to participate actively. Events will be enlivened by carefully curated performances from musicians, artists, dancers, actors and dramatists, each responding to the event's chosen theme.
We are looking for an experienced event producer with a background in delivering events for festivals, or cultural or educational venues to deliver Season One of this exciting new concept in Melbourne, New York and London.
How to apply
Read the full role description here
Your application must include a covering letter and CV. Client or employer references will be required.
Applications close Friday 10 December 2021 and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to discuss the role, contact Kirsten Freeman, Chief Operating Officer at email@example.com
Video Producer, Psyche
London, UK (or close to)
4 or 5 day a week ongoing role on either an employment or consulting basis. Competitive salary for the right candidate.
In 2022 we are planning to introduce a series of original and sophisticated monthly videos to help viewers better understand and manage their emotions. The videos will be scripted in house and feature a combination of animated and filmed interview segments. The project is a collaboration between Psyche magazine and the Psyche Foundation, a Melbourne-based mental health charity founded in 2019.
We are seeking an experienced hands-on video producer with excellent project management skills and an enthusiasm for psychology and related disciplines to join our team. A demonstrable background translating ideas into engaging video for a general audience is essential.
You will report to the deputy editor, Psyche in conceiving and creating a series of compelling and sophisticated, short psycho-educational videos about the emotions and emotional self management. You will draw on your technical video production skills and project management skills in the role. There will also be opportunities to work creatively with editors, animators and other colleagues on the intellectual and clinical content of the series.
How to apply
Read the full role description here.
Please read the Psyche mission statement and familiarise yourself with our content before applying.
Your application must include a covering letter and CV including a showreel or links to relevant projects. Client or employer references will be required.
Applications close Monday 6 December 2021 and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org