Details:

Location:

LONDON

Category:

Administration
Curatorial
Exhibitions
Senior management

Salary:

£34,742 per annum (inclusive of a £3,000 per annum Market Rate Allowance)

Contract type:

Contract Permanent

Hours:

Full time

Telephone:

02078878953

Exhibitions Project Manager

Project our ambition and potential onto the world stage.

The National and International Partnerships team works with colleagues across Tate and in partnership with museums, galleries and visual arts organisations across the UK and globally, to build networks and share programmes and expertise. The international touring programme of Tate Collection exhibitions has been established to share the national collections of British and International art with global audiences, helping to build the museum’s brand and reputation, generate income for Tate, and forge new institutional partnerships. Whereas each of the four Tate galleries manages its own touring programme of loan exhibitions, the National and International Partnerships team manages this programme of bespoke Tate Collection exhibitions for international partner institutions.
This is your chance to join the team, working closely with the Head of International Collection Exhibitions you will project manage the delivery of Tate Collection touring exhibitions from concept stage to delivery at partner institutions. This will see you liaising across Collection Care, Tate Enterprises, Curatorial, Design and Legal and with external partners. Focused on the smooth delivery of international exhibition tours, you will manage risk and expectation, delivering projects on time, on budget and to the highest standards.

Strong on logistics and scheduling as well as budget and resource management, you will have a proven track record of project management. An awareness of issues of equality and cultural diversity as they affect the work of a major museum will be essential, as will excellent administration and organisation skills and the ability to lead project teams. Your flair for communication and negotiation will enable you to persuade, influence and build partnerships at all levels and across a complex organisation.

How to apply:

Our opportunities are open for you to apply online - please visit our website via the link below. For all opportunities, we ask candidates to complete an online application form for the vacancy they are interested in. If you need an application form in an alternative format, please call us on 020 7887 4997.

Closing date: Sunday, 28 April 2019 at midnight.

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