This is your chance to bring your knowledge and experience of working with young people in a community, museum or gallery context to this exciting role.
You’ll use your planning and administrative skills to help deliver a programme of workshops and events for young people aged 15 – 25, championing Tate Liverpool as inclusive venues for young audiences.
You’ll lead the peer-led young person’s group, Tate Collective Producers, and support them to research, devise and deliver events, workshops and resources which engage diverse audiences, both in the galleries and online, ensuring that they are properly resourced and delivered on time.
Your strong project management skills and collaborative working style means that you’ll be able to organise logistics for small to large events, both onsite, offsite and in the digital realm, with the ability to co-ordinate people and oversee budgets.
You’ll have excellent interpersonal skills, communicating effectively with Tate staff as well as strategic partner organisations, including cultural and youth sector partners, schools, local authorities and universities. You’ll also have experience of using social media and digital learning. What’s more, whether you have a degree in art, education or equivalent experience, you will have a strong commitment to inclusion and diversity and the work of Tate.
To apply see here.
Closing date: 9 May
This appointment is offered as a fixed term contract until end of March 2023.