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Overseeing the alignment of technology deliverables against business outcomes across the CTG product teams, the relationship manager for client solutions will provide a business-centric, governance perspective to ensure that product and architecture delivery remains aligned with business expectation on timelines, benefits and outcomes.
The ideal candidate will have proven PR experience, a genuine passion for arts and culture, an excellent understanding of the media with a professional network of contacts in the media and in the broader cultural sector.
Working as part of a small team, you will work closely alongside all members of the team as well as the Gallery Owner to realise the ongoing development of the business and work on the Gallery’s marketing strategy in order to drive business growth.
The successful candidate will develop and maintain relationships with corporate and private clients. In addition to this, they will be responsible for leading on communications and marketing strategies for the studio and its projects.
We are looking for an experienced Volunteers Manager to look after our Volunteer Visitor Host programmes at Tate Britain and Tate Modern, supporting our large team of volunteers and inspiring them to offer our visitors an exceptional welcome and experience.
As a Volunteers Coordinator you will coordinate the day-to-day running of the Volunteer Guides programme at Tate Britain and Tate Modern. You will communicate with gallery teams and provide logistical and administrative support to ensure that our visitors and volunteers feel welcomed and supported.
You will lead on Tate St Ives’s financial and business planning, budgeting, reporting and forecasting, and take specific responsibility for the operational and business management of the gallery and the Barbara Hepworth Museum.
In this varied role you will support the work of the team, managing all the financial and team administration to make sure everything runs smoothly, supporting the Tate Members Advisory Council and committees, as well as helping to deliver a programme of Members events, and develop the Members Rooms offer.
Tate Britain’s Curatorial Department is responsible for developing a dynamic programme of changing displays and exhibitions to reflect, promote and embody Tate Britain’s role as the world centre for the study and enjoyment of British art from 1500 to present day. As part of the Curatorial Department’s programme delivery team you will administer the planning, […]
You will assist with the delivery of Committee meetings and cultivation activity and promote first-class stewardship for donors to the collection, enabling Tate to strengthen the gallery’s international network and realise major new acquisitions.
We are looking for a Senior Designer who will lead on delivering high-quality design and art direction for Tate Etc. publication as well as contribution towards other internal publications and editorial at Tate.
Reporting to the Senior Archivist, it is a full time position to assist with the management all the digital and media assets of the gallery, the website, film and video library and to assist the Senior Archivist with the day to day running of the Archive and Digital Media department.
Our client, an award-winning communications consultancy for the Cultural and Creative Industries based in London, is seeking an Account Manager to work specifically with clients in the Middle East.
Oversee the development and optimisation of all digital marketing campaigns across the client base for social media advertising, media buying, and Google AdWords….
Job Type: Art Marketing and PR
Our client, a London and US based international visual arts PR agency that delivers strategic brand development, media relations, social media and digital campaigns, is looking for an Audience Development person for their London office.
Either a Junior Specialist or Specialist required to manage effectively the movement of Decorative Arts property through sales.
To copy-edit and proofread a number of titles in the RA Publications list per annum, winning the trust of all artists, authors and curators involved and taking responsibility for their texts’ clarity and concision, internal consistency, accuracy of style, spelling and grammar, and adherence to RA House Style.
You will monitor and manage existing project budgets and project delivery, ensuring milestones are met, maintaining documentation, reporting to funders and preparing communications and reports.
Reporting directly Senior Curator, you will work closely with the curatorial team and Art Handling Manager in planning the cost-effective and efficient delivery of all aspects of transport, insurance, installation and art handling around Tate Liverpool’s programme of exhibitions, displays and touring projects.
As part of the Curatorial Department’s programme delivery team you will administer the planning, scheduling and co-ordination of the packing, transport and insurance of temporary loans to Tate Britain’s displays programme
Uses specialist expertise to source consignments for jewellery auctions in London, and where appropriate other sales sites. Undertakes jewellery valuations for auction, insurance and other purposes. Responsibility for increasing consignment and buying activity and ensuring a healthy pipeline of new business for the jewellery department.
As part of Tate’s Learning and Research division, you will provide full project management support for the project and be key to its successful delivery. The role is multifaceted as you will work with the research team to convene and deliver the series of workshops and the study day that are key to the three case studies at Tate, the NT and the IWM.
In this role, you will play a central part in growing and strengthening the national collection, by securing donations of art and cash and developing long-term relationships with Tate’s supporters.
It is important you have experience of environmental monitoring and building management systems with experience of data analysis, risk management and report writing. You will have knowledge of lighting within a museum environment, Integrated Pest Management and a good understanding of long-term care issues in your specialist area with excellent interpersonal skills to provide accessible expert advice.
As a MTS Assistant you will work in both the gallery and our contact centre confidently selling tickets, membership and related products, building customer relationships and delivering the type of high quality service that people like to talk about
In this role, you’ll be working within an agile / scrum-ish environment with stand-ups, demo’s, retros, and sprint planning. As QA Tester, you’ll be responsible for ensuring Tate’s digital products are robust, iterable, and delivered to Tate standards.
Job Type: Art Museums and Institutions
You will be a key member of the Tate Modern Directorate undertaking research as required to support the Director, Tate Modern and assisting in the preparation of reports, lectures, presentations, articles, interviews and speeches which will include spending time in the Tate Library & Archive. You will also provide essential administrative support in all aspects of departmental and project administration relating to the Directorate, Tate Modern.
You will have a focus on managing the Volunteer Hosts programme, working closely with the Volunteer Manager who focusses on the Volunteer Guides programme and you may work across both programmes to support with recruitment and training.
With proven relevant experience in administration, you will have a keen interest and an appreciation of British and international art.
You will help to extend Tate’s reach and enhance Tate’s reputation for effective collaboration and exchange internationally, shaping and implementing the touring collection programme and the consultancy and training programme, working with colleagues in all departments and working within the overall strategic framework for Tate.
You will be involved in everything from leading the film programme, contributing to exhibitions and displays in relation to film and international art as well as being a central figure in the acquisitions of film, video and other audio/visual material.
We’re looking for an enthusiastic and knowledgeable data professional, with experience of working with Tessitura, to support the important task of data cleansing to make sure our new system structures and processes are robust and documented. You’ll also support the wider team with training on Tessitura.
As an experienced curator with proven experience in managing and leading on the research, planning, devising, development and implementation of new programmes and the renewal of existing ones, you will curate and deliver artist-led participation projects both in the wider community and in the Museum.
In this role, you will lead on creating, editing and publishing digital content in support of Tate Exchange. An excellent communicator with the ability to enthuse colleagues and peers, you’ll bring extensive experience of developing and implementing content strategies for digital platforms, including adapting content to meet the varying needs of diverse audiences.
You will be supporting the Editor and Assistant Editor with delivery of commissioning, planning, and the production of Tate Etc magazine print version and online to the highest standard.
We are looking for an experienced Senior Salesperson with comprehensive knowledge of both the Primary and Secondary markets and Modern British and Contemporary art to work in our London Gallery
The assistant will be responsible for all internal and external shipping and distribution of gallery works, and for providing logistical support for the gallery’s exhibitions and fairs.
Working closely with many departments—including Marketing, Sales, Research, Artist Liaison, Publishers and Communications teams—the Digital Coordinator contributes to both operational and administrative tasks as well as researching and producing content and coordinating approval processes.
The role will include, but is not be limited to, the following responsibilities: In-depth research on both individual works of art as well as specific artists, Writing short academic texts on works of art, Researching and documentation of provenance…
The role will report into the International Tax Manager and would best suit someone with a broad tax accounting, advisory, and transfer pricing background. The candidate will be tasked with the management of the Group’s tax affairs relating to EMEA in all aspects.
This role will suit an experienced practitioner, used to devising, leading and delivering comms campaigns for audience development as well as reaching existing audiences, together with the ability to manage multiple internal and external stakeholders.
As a warehouse art handler, you will be involved in the safe handling, storage and transportation of all artworks through Christie’s auction process. Provide an exceptional service to Christie’s departments and clients whilst maintaining strict adherence to all policies and procedures.
The role will be required to ensure all staff follow Art Handling guidelines and adopt 5S as the methodology for managing property within the warehouse zones. Other key responsibilities include maintaining operational excellence with the safe handling, storage and transportation of property through the site and ensuring all operational activities and staff coverage is managed efficiently and dynamically.
Position Summary: Post Sale Service Co-ordinator embodies exceptional client service and demonstrates a broad knowledge of all the functions within the post-sale client experience. Post Sale Services is responsible for providing our clients with an accountable and dedicated team to deal with and respond to their post-sale transactional queries across Live and Online sales. Working […]
You will coordinate all aspects of event administration from invitation to post-event analysis and, with the guidance and support of colleagues, you will be responsible for the planning and delivery of some small-scale events at Tate Britain and Tate Modern.
Your role will be to support the Merchandise Manager and Assistant Merchandiser. The main duties and responsibilities will be: raising orders and liaising with suppliers, maintaining all databases, running weekly and ad hoc sales reports and liaising with all stake holders within the business.
The role within the studio is a mix of personal and creative assistance to the director, being responsive to his needs along with personal admin, project management of studio photography projects, and acting in an advisory capacity to progress the development of the studio’s practice.
The Intern works directly with the London team of Specialists, Head of Sale Management, Business Manager and Department Coordinator on the production of the catalogue; coordinating parts of the sale and property, monitoring all activities related to cataloguing and tracking certificates and testing results and cataloguing some pieces.
As the Tate Exchange Production Assistant you will be providing day-to-day logistical and operational support to a wide range of artists, external organisations and Tate staff.
Job Type: Auction Houses
To provide day-to-day support to the UK Chairman’s Office.
Job Type: Art Museums and Institutions
With proven experience of working in an administrative support role, you will have excellent attention to detail when managing spreadsheets, inputting data, and in written communication.
As the ideal candidate you will have previous experience in a press office or PR team and be looking to take the next step in a career in arts PR.
The successful candidate will Oversee the company’s targeted direct marketing campaigns, ensure regular press coverage for the company and its properties, generate and monitor content across company social media channels
The Client and Research Manager will have an in depth knowledge of the Contemporary Art market along with key clients, which they will utilise to oversee all client related activities for the Director’s Office, from short-term sales facilitations to long-term strategic client development.
The successful candidate will form a key part of the gallery team and represent the gallery during exhibitions and fairs, alongside stock management, registration, and general gallery management duties.
Our client, an established West London gallery of Indian and Islamic art, is looking for a Gallery Administrator/PA. The role will entail working closely alongside the gallery directors to ensure the seamless presentation of the gallery and the smooth running of the business.
Up to £27,000
We are looking for a dynamic and confident individual to secure and retain corporate sponsorship for the Academy’s world class exhibition programme and related activities – this would be a fantastic opportunity for someone with a track-record of retaining and growing business relationships.
Provide day-to-day support to the Decorative Arts Department.
The purpose of this role is to provide the Business with the adequate level of support needed on a day to day basis and, especially, in busy sale periods. The Senior Administrator will act as a Subject Matter Expert in Administration and Systems processes.
We are looking for a highly motivated and creative individual with experience in project co-ordination or fundraising to deliver partnerships with universities, public sector funders and trusts and foundation applications in support of the gallery’s work.
Job Type: Art Museums and Institutions
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Director of People will develop and implement a new People Vision and Strategy which will help us to deliver our ambitious five-year plan ensuring we have a talented, engaged and diverse workforce which better reflects the UK population.
Whether you’re acting as the team’s first point of contact for phone, email or postal queries, preparing presentations, uploading information onto Tate’s object database, or making travel arrangements for the team, your days will be busy and interesting. You will undertake numerous administrative tasks, setting up and minuting meetings and working with budgets and financial software.
Job Type: Art Museums and Institutions
Working closely with the COO, you will provide proactive and timely administrative and operational support, accommodating often rapidly changing priorities within a busy schedule.
M+B Gallery in Los Angeles is looking for an experienced, friendly, hard-working and organized professional for a full-time Registrar position.
You will be responsible for a variety of cash management activities, including cash flow forecasting, daily liquidity, cash usage reconciliations, maintaining files for audit and bank statements, processing payments and other ad hoc projects.
To providing all aspects of financial support to the Departments, and support the completion of certain global financial deliverables relating to the Classic Art Departments.
Job Type: Art Museums and Institutions
The successful candidate will support the Training Manager and Recruitment Assistant with coordinating training and recruitment activities across Tate Eats and Tate Commerce.
Job Type: Art Museums and Institutions
The successful candidate will be responsible for the coordination of all recruitment activities for all vacancies within Tate Eats and Tate Commerce. The role involves communicating with department managers, internal and external candidates and with some external providers.
Provide day-to-day support to the Islamic Art Department, with the potential to develop both administrative and specialist skills. The role supports the following teams: Islamic and Indian Art, Oriental Rugs & Carpets.
This role demands the best in the business to support the Senior Loyalty Manager and the wider Loyalty and Friends Team by assisting in the retention, engagement and recruitment of existing and new audiences to our loyalty suite of products.
You will have proven experience of providing effective administrative support in a fast-paced dynamic environment, with an ability to communicate confidently and appropriately at all levels and across a range of media.
You will have substantial experience of managing loans, arranging transport and insurance for temporary exhibitions, liaising effectively with colleagues and external contacts within a gallery/museum or similar environment.
Along with processing and monitoring all divisional expenditure, and some fundraised income you will also provide administrative support across the Development division.
We now have an opportunity for a qualified expert in Art Business to join our London team and collaborate with the Senior Lecturer, Art, Law and Business to deliver high quality lectures and seminars, to provide tutoring and marking and administering the programme.
The Management Accountant will be essential in supporting financial management of Tate, providing financial business partnering, management accounting and reporting to managers within the organisation, supporting them in budget-setting and helping them to understand their financial position.
We are looking for an Assistant Curator of Public Programmes, who is passionate about developing and delivering a busy programme of events for adult audiences, around different aspects of modern and contemporary art and visual culture.
To support the King Street Estates, Appraisals & Valuations team in the production of valuations and support the day to day running of the department.
The Cataloguer position for Post-War and Contemporary Art is responsible for the production of research, cataloguing, expertise, coordination of valuations and support with proposals as well as coordination of comparative images for catalogue production.
Reporting to the Operations Director – Logistics & Transportation the role of the Warehouse Manager, King Street is to ensure full operational cover of the on-site Warehouses, Incoming/Outgoing goods and Collections areas, and provide an exceptional service to all Auction Departments.
This role takes full technical leadership for various projects across the organisation. The RA has an internal team of web developers who you will manage and mentor to create beautiful and usable digital products.
The Curator will be responsible for curating specific exhibitions, in collaboration with certain external curators, working collaboratively with the Exhibitions teams and with departments across the Academy.
Job Type: Art Museums and Institutions
To be successful in this role you must be able to work proactively in a highly pressured environment to support the Director’s demanding schedule and administrative requirements. You will need to be able to quickly build good working relationships at all levels and collaborate effectively with a range of internal/external contacts, as well as possess a resourceful, positive, and creative problem solving attitude to your work.
This role will be responsible for overseeing a strategic and integrated programme across the Exhibitions, Displays and Learning teams. In addition, this role will secure new partners for Tate Liverpool’s touring exhibitions with museums within the UK and worldwide.
You will manage a schedule of projects, working to deliver these in collaboration with the system’s users and ensure they are completed on time and to a high standard.
Working closely with the CRM Marketing Manager, Loyalty Marketing Manager and Retention Marketing Manager, drive engagement and loyalty for RA audiences, with a specific focus on acquisition and retention of Friends of the RA and Academicians’ Room members.
To manage allocated loans, acquisitions and disposals, to maintain collections policies and procedures and to contribute to the department’s financial procedures.
The account manager reports to the Head of Sales and will be responsible for creating new business and managing current clients from auction houses and galleries across the UK via phone, email and face to face meetings.
It’s the Merchandise team’s challenge to manage stock in order to hit financial targets such as sales, profit and stock turn and to make sure the stock is in the right place at the right time. From reports and data, you will be expected to identify any opportunities for sales and any risks to stock and profits. Reporting to the Merchandise manager.
This involves working strategically to generate and sustain new and existing business, both proactively and reactively, as well as managing income and expenditure budgets for all Corporate Events, Corporate Membership accounts and Corporate Partnership events.
You will staff the IS Service Desk, responding to, logging and monitoring calls on the IT telephone help line and keeping customers informed of the progress of their calls. Assistance with procurement on behalf of the Information Systems Department will also be part of this role.
This position will report to the Managing Director, and oversees a small team to ensure a smooth and efficient finance function across the business. The role is responsible for the overall financial position of the company, ensuring the financial integrity and robustness of the company.
To plan and deliver a portfolio of events in both Burlington House and Burlington Gardens as assigned by the Senior Corporate Events Manager (SCEM) and Head of Events (HOE), and to promote the Royal Academy (Academy)
The primary focus of the role is to provide high level comprehensive support across the Learning & Collections Department and to the Director of Learning & Collections
The primary function of this role is the project management of Evening Sales by monitoring and tracking all activities and elements related to incoming property. The Sale Coordinator manages the catalogue production process, all sale related deadlines and manages client paperwork and charges and ensure they are accurately reflected in Christie’s systems.
The Representative handles a variety of client queries in person, on telephone, and via email as they relate to all transactional aspects of bidding, buying, selling and locating property in upcoming sales.
As a technician you will support talks, screenings, conferences, performances and installations offering you an excellent opportunity to develop a range of skills through experience in an exciting and varied environment.
Acting as the first point of contact for the Corporate Partnerships team, you will coordinate a wide range of projects. Responsible for the financial management of the team budget, you will process all elements of financial activity for the Corporate Partnerships team and ensure exceptional service delivery of multiple Account benefits.
In this role you will lead, inspire and motivate the membership and ticketing services, sales and eCommerce teams at Tate to deliver market leading customer experience across every touch point and grow income generation.