Job opportunities (11.12.2021)
Head of Learning and Inclusion
The British Museum is seeking a Head of Learning and Inclusion to join the Learning and National Partnerships department. The main purpose of this role is to lead the British Museum's physical and digital learning programmes, projects and resources for schools and young audiences, communities and adults in London, across the UK and beyond in order to increase engagement with and public awareness of the Museum's collection, the places, people and cultures it represents, and the big issues and debates of our time, ensuring our public programmes are impactful, inclusive, inspiring, representative and diverse.
Membership and Supporter Engagement Manager
The Membership and Supporter Engagement Manager ensures a unified approach is taken when engaging the Museum's supporters. The post holder will design and oversee an annual calendar of high-quality interactions with supporters and Members, making best use of resources, ensuring supporters feel valued and, ultimately, delivering high retention rates. The role manages a team of events and communications professionals, who are part of the Museum's Advancement department (which consists of teams responsible for generating income through philanthropy, sponsorship, membership and patrons, and marketing).
Head of Communications
The Mosaic Rooms is seeking an experienced Head of Communications, to work 4 days a week based in our gallery in Kensington. You will be responsible for all communications and digital activities for The Mosaic Rooms' contemporary arts programme.
The National Gallery of Ireland, located in the centre of Dublin and established in 1854, is home to the National Collection of Irish and European fine art from around 1300AD, with a nascent contemporary collection. It also houses an extensive Library & Archive. Our mission is to care for, interpret, develop and showcase art in a way that excites everyone who encounters us. We provide an outstanding experience that inspires an interest in and an appreciation of art for all. We are dedicated to bringing people and their art together. The Board has recently refined its strategic plan for the coming period. The Board of Governors and Guardians are now seeking to appoint a new Director to help lead our vision and shape the future of the Gallery.
The Contemporary Art Society (CAS) is an independent charity that champions the collecting of outstanding contemporary art and craft for UK museum collections.
The Contemporary Art Society donates works of modern and contemporary art to 72 member museums and public galleries in the UK, where they are enjoyed by over 21 million visitors a year. Over 10,000 works have been donated to public collections since our foundation in 1910 - from Bacon, Freud, Hepworth and Moore in their day through to the influential artists of our own times.
The Contemporary Art Society is the Subject Specialist Network (SSN) for contemporary art in the UK, disseminating the latest knowledge and expertise for arts professionals through a year-round programme of workshops and conferences.This is an exciting time to join the Contemporary Art Society. In 2022 the Contemporary Art Society will focus on a complete overhaul of its website and integration of its acquisitions database. We have been developing this database for the past six years in readiness for it becoming a publicly accessible online resource. This fully funded work will be led by Un.titled, a creative digital agency. The Communications Manager will be the first point of contact on this initiative and responsible for overall management of the project.