Hiring Freelance Gallery Technician

Deadline 14th February 2023
 
Cell Project Space is seeking to recruit a passion-driven and production-focused technician for the gallery. This is an exciting freelance role within our small, close knit gallery team, that would suit a candidate with hands-on practical skills and experience. Essential to the role is an ability to problem solve, work across various disciplines providing technical support for installation and at least, two of the following three areas of proficiency; fabrication, carpentry, or audio visual presentation/production. You will need at least two years relevant employment, permanent or freelance experience within either a gallery, visual and media arts setting or within a professional artist's studio. You will need excellent interpersonal and communication skills and have experience and passion in realising the presentation of an artist's vision.
 
Daily rate from £130-150 max. per day, depending on experience- 10am-6pm
 
The gallery has a fully functional and designated tools and equipment store to carry out the gallery technician's role and will be able to call upon the vastly experienced knowledge of Cell's maintenance technician who has worked at the premises for over 7 years. Cell Project Space programme 5 exhibitions per year with a maximum of 13 full days of installation work per exhibition. The role offers an opportunity to have fixed future income, booked in advance across the year with a minimum of 50-65 days of freelance work across the year depending on the skills and expertise you offer.
 
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 encourage candidates from BAME or and LGBTQ backgrounds to apply to reflect the programme and artists that we work with. 
If you have any questions about the role before you apply please contact Milika Muritu: office[at]cellprojects.org
 
To apply please download and complete the application form HERE 
Return to the directors via email: office[at]cellprojects.org no later than midnight 14th February 2023.
 
 
image: Iain Ball, (Rare Earth Sculptures) PRASEODYMIUM, Cell Project Space, 2016