Kingston University’s Stanley Picker Gallery is entering an exciting new phase of strategic development that aims to broaden the ambitions of the venue, aligned with the public-sector ethos and key priorities of its core funders and partners, by providing high-quality professional opportunities to a diversity of practitioners from across a broad range of creative disciplines and, together with its university partner venue Dorich House Museum, increasing access to the contemporary arts and cultural heritage through prioritising support for less advantaged individuals and communities.
The Stanley Picker Gallery Coordinator (Operations & Programme) will be responsible for the effective coordination of all daily activities and ensuring the smooth running of all operations at the venue, undertaking the efficient coordination and implementation of the full range of essential venue maintenance, administrative, financial, participation and marketing activities, and assisting with staging and promoting the Gallery’s public programme of onsite, offsite and online exhibitions, fellowships and events.
The job purpose of this full-time role includes: assisting with delivering all aspects of the Gallery’s onsite, offsite and online programmes; acting as first point of contact for all general enquiries; preparing for visitors and opening the venue at the advertised times; coordinating and staging programmed activities and events; coordinating all publicity and marketing, including social media and web; maintaining the venue diary; leading and coordinating the Gallery Assistant & Volunteer teams; administrating budgets and financial transactions and ensuring the venue is fully stocked and equipped; overseeing and reporting any maintenance of the building, its contents and grounds
Deadline for applications: 29 March 2019
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