We’re delighted that you’re interested in working with us here at MK Gallery. The enormous input and support we receive from our employees is central to our success as one of the UK's leading public galleries.
Manager – The Secret Self(ie) Project
approx. 45 days (June - Sept 2019)
fixed fee (flexible working
We're looking for an enthusiastic
and experienced freelancer with exceptional project management skills to
undertake a fixed term contract. The freelance Project Manager will have
responsibility for the coordination, mentoring, development, delivery and
evaluation of MK Gallery’s 2019 summer youth programme The Secret Self(ie)
Project (TSSP). TSSP offers a six-week summer programme for young
people aged between 14 and 18, but particularly those experiencing life challenges. As a
participant-led programme the Project Manager will be responsible for ensuring
that young people’s thoughts and aspirations are paramount by actively
encouraging community participation; social sharing and inclusion; individual
and group choice.
Applicants are asked to ensure they
are available to work an estimated 45 days between June and September 2019. The
vast majority of contact days with participants will be programmed for the
summer holiday period (22 July – 2 Sept).
Deadline for application 10am,
Monday 10 June 2019
Download the application pack
Submit a Project Space Proposal
The Project Space exhibitions programme is considered through a combination of selected proposals, invitations and collaborations. All exhibition proposals submitted by both individuals and groups must be based on a collaborative, learning based process. Proposals for solo/group artist exhibitions which do not demonstrate socially engaged practice(s) will not be considered. All proposals will be assessed individually against themes and exhibiting criteria. There is no age limit for applicants and proposals are invited from individuals and groups based in, or linked to, Milton Keynes and the surrounding region (within a 25 mile radius) only.
How to make an application:
After reading the Project Space pack please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short statement (two sides of A4 max) or short film outlining your proposal for a Project Space exhibition as per the submission guidelines.
Commitment to equality and diversity
MK Gallery aims to have a workforce that represents a variety of backgrounds and cultures and can provide the relevant knowledge, abilities and skills for the organisation.
Anyone who meets the requirements of this job is eligible for employment within MK Gallery irrespective of age, disability, employment status, gender, health, marital status, sexual preference, membership or non-membership of a trade union, nationality, race, religion, social class or other non-job-relevant personal characteristics.
We make every effort to eliminate discrimination, direct and indirect, from our recruitment and selection process. Where applicable, reasonable adjustments will be made at each stage of the recruitment and selection process as required to reduce any potential barriers faced by applicants and to give them equal access to employment opportunities. For an informal conversation about working at MK Gallery please contact Kate Chadwick at email@example.com
or on 01908 558321.