Due to the exceptional demand for jobs at the Gallery, we are unable to respond to unsolicited CVs.
Head of Finance
As the senior finance professional in the organisation, the Head of Finance is responsible for ensuring sound financial management and providing advice to the Sackler Director, Deputy Director and Trustees on all financial matters, as well as contributing to overall strategic development. The Gallery is an independent charitable trust with a Board of unpaid Trustees, and receives no regular Government or other statutory funding. Income from an endowment fund provides approximately 20% of the Gallery’s annual funding needs; the rest is derived from visitor income (admissions, shop), commercial hire (events, café franchise) or raised from trusts and foundations, corporate sponsorship, or individual philanthropy.
This is an exciting opportunity for a senior finance professional to join the senior management team at a time of exciting change for the Gallery. Commercially astute, comfortable with complexity, and understanding of the needs of non-financial colleagues, you will bring sound business analysis to all aspects of the Gallery’s activity, with an eye to achieving the best possible commercial practice within the context of a charitable cultural organisation.
Application by CV and covering letter outlining your suitability for and interest in the role to Anne Lightbound, Interim HR Officer, by email to email@example.com
Closing date 1200 on Friday 10 March. Interviews will be held in the week beginning 30 March.
Purpose of job: to coordinate the Gallery’s exhibition, events programme and enterprises marketing activity in-line with the Gallery’s Communications Strategy. The candidate will be required to work across the Gallery's range of marketing channels including online and offline elements.
This is an exciting opportunity for a marketing professional to develop their career and join the Gallery's busy Communications team during a time of exciting change for the organisation.
Closing date 17.00 on Friday 10 April. Interviews will be held in the week beginning Monday 20 April.
Assistant Exhibition and Display Coordinator
Purpose of the Job: The Assistant Exhibition and Display Coordinator sits within the Curatorial and Exhibitions Department and reports to the Head of Exhibitions who has overall responsibility for the realisation of the exhibitions and displays programme and accompanying publications.
The Assistant Exhibition and Display Coordinator is responsible for providing support to the Head of Exhibitions and the Exhibition and Displays Coordinators for practical arrangements relating to the realisation and successful delivery of the Gallery’s temporary exhibitions and displays programme, their accompanying publications, and their respective tour arrangements.
To apply please post or email a covering letter outlining your interest in and suitability for the role together with your CV and the names and addresses of 2 referees by 5pm Friday April 17 2015
Lead Sackler Centre Technician
Purpose of job: The Sackler Centre Technician is responsible for the maintenance and presentation of the Sackler Centre for Arts Education, a practical art studio and
multipurpose space located onsite which enables the provision a range of innovative and traditional creative activities to an ever-growing number of people. The Sackler Technician will assist groups using the Sackler Centre including schools, public courses for children and adults, and specialist classes for Community groups, and for material replenishment for educational programmes. The Technician is also responsible for liaising with programme managers and creative practitioners on course delivery, use of the Sackler Centre and procedure.
Applicants should email a one-page covering letter outlining their skills, experience and what contributions they can make, and CV with names and addresses of two referees by Monday 20 April 2015.Interviews will be held at the Gallery on the week commencing Wednesday 6 May 2015.
Purpose of Job:To assist in providing an excellent visitor experience for all of our audiences. You will deliver high standards of visitor service by using your knowledge of our collection and temporary exhibition programme, and communicating this enthusiastically with the skills and passion needed to do so effectively, whilst ensuring public safety and security of the building and its contents.
Please email your CV, the names and addresses of 2 referees, and a covering letter outliningyour suitability for the role by 5pm Monday 20 April 2015 to Kathryn McCandless.
Interviews will be held at the Gallery on 23 and 24 April 2015. If you are unable to attend either of these interview dates please notify us in your covering letter and indicate the nearest available date/s. Candidates selected for interview will be notified by 21 April 2015. The Gallery regrets that it does not contact applicants who have not been short listed for interview.