March 2019 - September 2019
: £13,650 p/a - pro rata at two days per week (0.4 wte)
: The job is offered as a fixed term contract for 6 months.
Thank you for your interest in the above post. Please read the Job Description and details of the application process carefully before filling in and submitting the Application Form.
Deadline date for receipt of applications
: Tuesday 26th February 2019 at 11.59pm
Shortlisting for interviews will be carried out by Warp Coordinator & g39 Co-Director(?)
Applicants will be notified of whether they are shortlisted for interview: 1st March 2019
will take place on: 7th March 2019
Interview candidates notified of final decision by: 8th March 2019
Due to the nature of funding current undergraduate students are not eligible to apply for this position. The application must arrive by the deadline and we can’t take any responsibility for things lost in the post or that arrive late.
We welcome applications from people irrespective of disability, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, family responsibility, age, race, ethnic origin, nationality (subject to issue of work permit where required), trade union membership and activity, political or religious beliefs.
- Complete each section of the Application Form
- Upload your most up to date CV (no more than 2 A4 sheets)
- Provide Names, Position or Relationship to you, and Contact Details of 2 referees.
- Digitally sign and date the declaration.
- Submit the application and supporting material by the deadline date.
- Complete the Equality Monitoring form.
Please contact us if you want to receive this form/ apply in a different format (eg paper format or large print version), or if you have any questions regarding this application process or accessibility at g39, get in touch and we will be happy to discuss more suitable alternatives with you.
Warp Internship at g39
The position is aimed at those with some experience with an arts organisation (whether voluntary or employed) who wish to develop their skills further through training and direct engagement with the sector. It is open to both arts practitioners and non-practitioners alike but knowledge and understanding of contemporary art is essential.
The Internship will provide:
The Intern will be responsible for:
- Direct involvement with delivering a professional development programme for artists.
- Experience of working in a contemporary visual arts gallery with artists, curators, volunteers and other arts professionals.
- On the job training relating to running an art gallery (including administration, marketing and exhibition installation)
- The opportunity to attend seminars, meetings and events, and network with a wide range of arts organisations and artists in Wales.
- Full access to resources and training schemes offered through Warp
With support from the Warp Coordinator and/or Programme Assistant, the Intern will also be responsible for:
Dealing with enquiries from people wishing to volunteer at g39, artists wishing to take part in Warp schemes, and any general enquiries.
Ensuring the front desk is presentable and clean at all times (with volunteer support)
- Opening and closing the exhibition space
- All other duties pertaining to the smooth running of the Warp space and g39 as directed by the Warp Coordinator and Directors.
Co-ordination and training of volunteers
- Marketing and promotion for Warp events including e-mailouts, social media posts, updating information in the Resource Area and maintenance of information on the Warp website.
- Generating resources and contributing to the sustainability of the Warp resource space
- Reporting on developments and future plans at regular meetings
- The ongoing operation of the Warp artist resource area and schemes
All training required for the post will be supplied.
- A strong desire to pursue a career in the arts.
- Adaptability, flexibility in approach and a willingness to learn new tasks and skills.
- Good organisation and time management skills.
- A knowledge and understanding of contemporary art practice and the programme at g39.
- Good communication and interpersonal skills (face to face, via phone and email).
- A demonstrable enthusiasm for engaging with the visual arts in Wales.
- Strong IT and administrative skills.
- Ability to work as part of a team.
g39’s Warp artist Resource Area’s opening times are Wednesday-Saturday 11am – 5pm. Office hours are 10.30am - 5.30pm
with one hour for lunch. The intern will be required to work during office hours on 2 days per week one of which must be Saturday.
There may also be evening events that the intern will be invited to work at or attend, these will be arranged in advance and by negotiation.
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