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Participation Producer (Part Time)

This role is the key relationship manager and facilitator for the Society of Explorers art collective of 14 – 19 year olds. Able to recognise and run with ideas generated by the young people, the role involves delivering planned programme as well as designing and commissioning new activity.

This is a part time role – 16 flexible hours per week to include Tuesday mornings and Wednesday evenings, occasional other evenings and weekends.

This post is offered as a fixed term contract until the end of May 2020, funded through a grant from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

How to apply:

To apply for the post please submit a C.V. with a covering letter outlining your relevant experience and interest in the role.

Applications should be submitted via email to jobs@sitegallery.org

Deadline for applications: Midday, Monday 28 October 2019

Interviews scheduled for Wednesday 6 November

The shortlisting for this role will be carried out with our young people.

The recruitment process will involve an interview and practical task.

We ask all applicants to complete an Equal Opportunities form to help us monitor the reach of our job adverts. Follow this link to complete the form.

We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from a diversity of backgrounds.

Download the application pack

Front of House Volunteer 

Our volunteers are the first faces that visitors see when they come to Site Gallery. This Front of House Volunteer role includes visitor welcome, admin, stewarding exhibitions and assisting with shop sales.  

For those keen to broaden their experience there are project opportunities such as helping our curatorial and technical teams, or with the marketing department.

To apply to join our volunteer team, follow this link and complete the online application form.

We encourage people from a diversity of backgrounds to apply.

If you have any questions, please email Rebecca Bell at rebecca.bell@sitegallery.org or call the office on 0114 281 2077.

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