Job opportunities (27.4.2022)
Director of Programme, Tate Modern
Tate Modern is the UK's national gallery of international modern and contemporary art. It was created in 2000 in the disused boiler house and turbine hall of Giles Gilbert Scott's Bankside Power Station and is home to the national collection of international modern and contemporary art from 1900 onwards. Since its opening, Tate Modern has achieved iconic status, setting a new benchmark for museums of modern and contemporary art, challenging conventions of art history and of display.
We now seek an exceptional Director of Programme to play a leading role in developing and overseeing Tate Modern's ambitious and broad ranging artistic content including its programme of temporary exhibitions, displays, the annual Hyundai Turbine Hall commission, live art and performance events, landscape commissions and community projects, as well as other programme strands including Uniqlo Tate Play. A member of the senior management team, you will work closely with a team of experienced and dedicated professionals.
Exhibitions Manager, THE NATIONAL GALLERY
The National Gallery is seeking an Exhibitions Manager to manage and deliver a range of exhibitions for our ambitious onsite programme. Confident, calm and positive, you will bring with you good experience of managing complex, international loan exhibitions, teamed with a diplomatic and solution-focussed approach. Able to work well with large teams across the Gallery as well as with a host of external stakeholders, you will lead the management of exhibitions from point of approval throughout installation and any onwards tours.
Executive Assistant - Arts / Creative, IMPACT CREATIVE RECRUITMENT
Creative Producer: Gallery Exhibitions & Events, UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS LONDON
This role will deliver on Central Saint Martins' vision and priorities from 2021 onwards through the programming and delivery of exhibitions and events in the Lethaby Gallery, Windows Gallery and other public spaces in the college and surrounding area.
You will be responsible for the programming and management of the galleries and other public spaces for cultural and curatorial use, working with college stakeholders to deliver exhibitions, displays and live performance and critical debate. The cultural engagement programme will also have a national and international reach, delivered primarily through digital projects and events.
Visitor Experience Assistant (Full-time), WESTMINSTER ABBEY
Westminster Abbey is seeking to recruit a full time fixed term Visitor Experience Assistant to assist in meeting and greeting visitors, in a positive, engaging manner, ensuring a warm Abbey welcome is offered at all times. You will be responsible for offering media guides to visitors, and helping to collect them at the end of their visit. You will also ensure that media guides are not removed from the Abbey and that they are cleaned and charged appropriately, checked for troubleshooting and ready for the start of each day.