Opportunities

Part-Time Gallery Assistant 
Salary: £24,000-26,000 pro – rata dependent on experience
Daily rate £92 - £100 per day 
Application deadline: 23rd August 2020
 
Only completed application forms will be accepted. Please do not send your CV.
 
Hours of work: 10am-6pm. Three days per week during public opening days (Thursday – Sunday) with at least one day in the weekend & Five days per week during 10 day installation periods. 
Guaranteed 160 days per annum with some additional overtime. 
Interviews will take place on 1st-2nd September 2020
Potential start date:  9th September 2020
 
Cell Project Space is seeking to recruit a passionate, driven and production-focused practitioner to become the organisation's Gallery Assistant. This is an exciting entry level role within the organisation that would suit a candidate with hands-on practical experience working across various disciplines within exhibition installation, administration and marketing, with at least one year of work experience supporting exhibitions within a gallery context.
 
The primary function of the Gallery Assistant’s role is to support the Programme Curator and the Associate Curator with research, administration, production and the delivery of Cell Project Space’s exhibition and events programme. Along with the team, they will carry out assistance for the presentation of a cohesive series of exhibitions and events and demonstrate a commitment to representing Cell Project Space to the public at many levels. The role requires excellent writing, research, practical and administrative skills alongside well-developed interpersonal skills. It is essential that the applicant can apply some existing knowledge of practical installation support, be sensitive to working with artists, and be able to make the public and audiences their priority.
 
Cell Project Space is committed to equal opportunities. We welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds and are committed to building a diverse workforce. We particularly encourage applications from candidates from BAME backgrounds, who are currently under-represented in employment within the visual arts. 
 
Please click here to download the full job description and application form.