We are recruiting two new roles to work alongside our 2022 exhibition, Body Vessel Clay: Shop Manager and Schools’ Workshop Facilitator. See below for further details and to download full Job Descriptions.
Two Temple Place is looking for a creative and resourceful retail whizz to curate our successful Exhibition Shop. If you have a genuine interest in contemporary crafts, this is your chance to champion the very best contemporary makers and craftspeople, seeking out distinctive, sustainable products, particularly from artists who are under-represented in the sector. You’ll research, source and buy high quality products, curate the look and feel of the Shop, and promote the very best local artists.
How to Apply:
Please apply with a short one page outline of your approach to the work and a CV, including our Equal Opportunities form, by Thursday 30th September at 10am to email@example.com
Deadline Extended: Thursday 30th September at 10am.
First interviews will be held w/c 4th October 2021.
Two Temple Place is recruiting for the temporary fixed-term role of Schools Workshop Facilitator, autumn ’21-May ’22. This is a really exciting new post, responsible for creating and running workshops for state-funded primary school pupils alongside our new exhibition Body Vessel Clay: Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art. Based at Two Temple Place, this role is for you if you have schools’ experience and can demonstrate huge enthusiasm for bringing the arts to life for young people. You will be a dynamic, inspiring communicator with the ability to engage children with creative learning activities to inspire them to dig deeper. We are particularly keen to hear from Global Majority candidates.
How to Apply:
Please apply with a short one page outline of your approach to the work and a CV, including our Equal Opportunities form, by Friday 8th October at 10am to firstname.lastname@example.org.
First interviews will be held w/c 11th October 2021.
Two Temple Place welcomes applications from the widest possible range of people and is keen to encourage interest from candidates from communities that are currently under-represented in the industry. We are particularly keen to hear from Black and Global Majority applicants and those who self-identify as disabled as these groups are currently underrepresented in our industry and team.
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