£20,000 - £22,000, per annum, pro rata, depending on experience
3 days / week until April 2018, with possibility for extension
Nottingham Contemporary is a leading international art gallery with a strong local sense of purpose. Each year over 160, 000 people visit us and around 26,000 participants take part in our Learning programme for families, communities, schools and young people. Our gallery strives to be a welcoming, inspiring place for all people to enjoy. The role of the Communities Programmer plays an important part in helping us reach new, diverse audiences from our city.
Passionate about community collaboration and arts education your proven ability to build and maintain strong partnerships with community groups, support agencies and family networks will mean you are ideally equipped to increase and develop ongoing audience participation. Your previous project management experience will be invaluable as you build a dynamic programme of activity to improve the accessibility of our gallery, connecting us with various community groups and supporting our family programme. Positive, well organised self-motivated you will enjoy working in a busy environment and as part of a supportive team.
The ability to identify opportunities for development in different and diverse communities is essential and experience of funding applications and fundraising is highly desirable.
Please download the Job Description and Application Form below.
Closing date for applications: Monday 30th January 2017
Interview date: W/C 6th February 2017
We have also produced some guidelines for applying which are available on our website. Sorry, we won’t accept a standalone CV but you may provide one along with your completed application form.
Please email completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to the gallery.
Nottingham Contemporary / Nottingham Trent University Internship Programme
Public Programmes Intern
Start date January 2017 (for three months, 12 days)
Please read the following information carefully before submitting your application.
Eligibility: Applicants must be students of Nottingham Trent University and enrolled in BA & MA courses within the following NTU Schools: Art & Design; Architecture & Built Environment; Arts & Humanities.
In collaboration with the School of Art & Design at Nottingham Trent University (NTU), Nottingham Contemporary offers eligible students the opportunity to apply for a paid internship working within the Exhibition team.
Please download the Application Pack below.
Closing date for applications: Monday 23 January 2017 6pm
Interview date: w/c 30 January 2017
We encourage applicants from different backgrounds and different experiences. We are particularly keen to hear from applicants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. We are committed to making our workforce representative of our city.
Nottingham Contemporary is funded by Arts Council England and Nottingham City Council. Nottingham Contemporary is an equal opportunities employer.