Job Vacancies at TPG

Passionate about photography and its relevance to society?  Like what we do?  Got fresh perspectives, interesting ideas and valuable skills to share? Apply to work with us and help enrich us as an organisation 

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Job Vacancies at TPG

Passionate about photography and its relevance to society?  Like what we do?  Got fresh perspectives, interesting ideas and valuable skills to share? Apply to work with us and help enrich us as an organisation 

The Photographers' Gallery believes that a diverse and equal society is essential for creativity, innovation and engagement and strives to ensure we offer an inclusive and welcoming environment for all those who work for, or with, us.

We want our workforce to reflect the communities and audiences we serve, and we actively encourage applications from all people, without discrimination. We acknowledge that ‘diversity’ relates to multiple considerations including, but not limited to, race, religion or belief, gender and sexual orientation, age, disability, civil status, pregnancy and maternity/paternity rights.

Please note that current job vacancies will be listed as and when they become available.

Communications Co-ordinator (40hrs P/W)

Deadline for applications: 10am Monday 24 Jan 2022 - APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED 

The Communications Co-ordinator (CC) works across the Comms team, supporting all activity with an emphasis on exemplary co-ordination and timely delivery of social media content, PR and marketing materials, production scheduling and general administration duties to best ensure efficiency of the department and excellence of output.
 

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Development Officer

The Development Officer will work across all income sources: General Membership, Individual Giving, Corporate and Trusts and Foundations. The Development Officer will play a central role in the team, and take specific responsibility for TPG General Membership, as well as work closely with the Senior Development Manager to recruit and steward Patrons, with an emphasis on Young Patrons.

Deadline for applications: Noon on 31st Jan 2022
Interviews scheduled from: Week commencing 7 Feb 2022

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Archivist (16 hours P/W)

The Archivist post sits within the Programming department, which includes the Exhibitions, Digital and Education teams. Programming staff are responsible for the planning, development, delivery, evaluation and archiving of: exhibitions, events, projects and related activities. The Archivist role will be responsible for strategic oversight and management of the Archive, and will be capable of working independently to prioritise and deliver the Archive’s and wider Gallery objectives with particular focus on how TPG’s activities, communications and organisational history can be preserved through digital means.

Please see below to download the Job Description and Application Form

Deadline for applications: 12pm Noon on Monday 7 Feb 2022
Interviews scheduled from: Week commencing 14 February 2022