SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
E – Essential, D – Desirable
Experienced,committed and enthusiastic individual E
Strong organisational, communication and administrative abilities E
The ability to act with tact and diplomacy at all times and under pressure with individuals from a wide variety of situations and backgrounds, including artists and external partners E
A pragmatic problem solver who is always calm under pressure E
An excellent communicator able to work with teams of colleagues across the organisation and with artists, external partners and suppliers for the successful delivery of exhibitions and displays E
Educated to degree level or professional vocational qualification within a relevant subject/area e.g. Museum Studies E
Knowledge of and commitment to best practice in health and safety management E
Knowledge of current sector standards e.g. Accreditation, Spectrum E
Knowledge of intellectual property rights E
Knowledge and enthusiasm for modern and contemporary art and artists D
Significant proven experience of collections management and exhibition installation to high standards E
Advanced project management experience, including negotiating contracts E
Experience of contractor liaison, able to achieve desirable outcomes with third party suppliers and services E
Good management and supervisory skills and experience E
BASIC TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This is a full-time position of 37 hours per week.
The salary for this role is £28,000 per annum.
This is a permanent role.
Evening and weekend work may be required for which Time Off in Lieu will be granted.
25 days paid leave per annum pro rata increasing a day a year to a maximum of 28 days. The leave year runs from 1 April to 31 March.
New employees meeting the criteria will be auto-erolled into a pension scheme.
Probationary period of 6 months.
Notice period 1 week during the probationary period.
The place of work is The Hepworth Wakefield, Gallery Walk, Wakefield, WF1 5AW.
THW offers an Employee Assistance Programme and discounts in the shop and café.
Group Pension Plan run by Royal London, including an employer contribution of up to 6%