Associate Curator

The associate curator will join the Foundation’s curatorial platform, set up to valorise collective thinking. She or he will have significant knowledge of two of the three following fields – contemporary art, design and fashion – as well as of their international networks and current discourses. The candidate will have acquired relevant experience of working at the crossroads between these fields, and a capacity to generate interdisciplinary encounters via media including exhibitions, events, publications and the web. She or he will further demonstrate an ability to work in close dialogue with a team of curators and producers, as well as autonomously.

Missions:
Missions In collaboration with the curatorial team and the Director, the associate curator will develop a world-class programme, conceiving group and monographic exhibitions, as well as curatorial projects which respond to the Foundation’s vision while investigating new territories. The candidate will also develop experimental forms and tools of engagement between artists and audiences, including young people. She or he will produce writing and compile and commission content for the Foundation’s publications and online resource, an important feature of the future institution. The associate curator will further contribute to carving a space for the Foundation on the international institutional and critical landscape, while making the institution relevant nationally and locally. She or he will seek and build partnerships with institutions internationally.

Practical:
Practical The associate curator will travel to Paris at regular intervals, working with the team onsite the equivalent of one week a month, in addition to the work carried out for the Foundation from her or his own city. Being part-time, the position enables the associate curator to continue with other part-time commitments. Speaking French isn’t a requirement, however the candidate should be fluent in English.
Candidates must send a cover letter and CV by Monday 1 December, 12pm to: Laurence Perrillat . Please write ‘Associate Curator Position’ in the subject line.

The cover letter (maximum two sides of A4) should outline the applicant’s engagement with art, design and/or fashion, and how it has manifested in their work to date. Details of relevant experience are also required, alongside a description of the applicant’s current activities.

http://www.fondationgalerieslafayette.com

The Fondation Galeries Lafayette is currently recruiting for the function of associate curator for a set period of 3 years, starting in January 2015.

C++ Developer

Requirements:

• EU Citizen or valid Spanish Work permit (mandatory).
• Very good knowledge and experience in working with C++ technology and advanced knowledge of classes and inheritance.
• Very good knowledge of visual development environments (Qt, Visual Studio or similar), preferible Qt.
• Degree level education in in Computer Science, Telecommunications, Electronics or similar.
• Good level of English.

Desirable:

• Knowledge and experience with Qt.
• Knowledge of software development methodologies.
• Knowledge of Windows / Linux drivers.
• Knowledge of FPGA technologies, programming VHDL / Verilog and programming environments, preferible Xilinx.
• Experience in a project with multiple programmers and software version control (Subversion, CVS or similar).

A person which is highly qualified and motivated to work with the latest technologies in a young and dynamic team in a a fast growing company.

Senior .NET Developer

Requirements:

• EU Citizen or valid Spanish Work permit (mandatory).
• Fluent English is mandatory.
• At least 5 years of experience in working with .NET and C#.
• Good knowledge of automated unir testing.
• At least 3 years of experience in working with XML/XS.
• Good knowledge and experience in working with Object Oriented Analysis and Design using UML.
• Engineer degree.

Desirable:

• Nice to have .NET 4.0 experience.
• Working experience in MS Workflow Foundation.
• Entity framework, SQL, Oracle, Scrum.
• Knowledge of German would be a plus.
Profile:

The candidate should have working experience in writing formal specifications and requirements. He is a analytical and methodical. The candidate is team player and can lead others.

Conditions:

Permanent contract (Spain).
Competitive salary.

Job Mission: The candidates will be the part of the team of Microsoft technology specialists. The candidate will be responsible for development of .NET platform.

.Net Developer

Requisitos:

Licenciatura o ingeniería.
ASP.NET.
HTML4 Y 5.
CSS3.
JQUERY.
AJAX.
JAVASCRIPT.
Deseable:

Nivel medio-alto de inglés.
Web-Services XML – SOAP
Maquetación e integración.
Podría ser requerido que viajes de forma esporádica (principalmente en España, pero posiblemente en Europa).
Condiciones:

Puesto fijo con incorporación inmediata.
Oportunidad para crecer dentro de la empresa.
Unirse a un equipo de muy alto nivel.
Estamos pensando en una persona con por lo menos 3 años de experiencia en desarrollo en plataforma .NET, con alto nivel de motivación y que sepa trabajar en autonomía. Idealmente, aportar una experiencia previa dentro del sector turístico.

Formarás parte de un equipo multicultural, altamente cualificado con más de 10 años de experiencia, para contribuir al desarrollo de los proyectos en plataforma .NET.

iOs Developers

Requirements:

EU Citizen or valid Spanish Work permit (mandatory).
Computer Science degree (or equivalent)/ relevant working experience.
At least 2 years of experience in mobile-applications development with Objective C.
Good working knowledge of Objective C (iOS) and Android development.
Working knowledge of MVC.
Working knowledge of sqlite and CoreData.
Knowledge of Git or similar tools.
Desirable:

Knowledge of web technologies, CSS, HTML, NodeJs,
SCRUM or TDD will be considered as a big plus.
Experience with SQL Server and MySQL will be considered as a big plus.
Knowledge of Fiddler and Junit tools would be an adantage.
Conditions:

Permanent contract (Spain).
Competitive salary (fixed + OTE Bonus).
Flexible working hours (start between 10-11 a.m. and leave between 7-8 p.m.)
Profile:
An autonomic person with good organizational and communication skills who can prioritize tasks and understands end-users needs.
Very good knowledge of English language is required. Knowledge of other languages will be considered as a big plus.

iOS Developer will be responsible for development, testing and maintenance of mobile applications. The person on this position should be a passionate developer with an enthusiastic approach to the mobile technologies.

Curator – Barbican Center

You will be expected to develop innovative exhibition ideas and have a flair for realising authoritative exhibitions which also reach a broad audience.

We are looking for someone with an exceptional knowledge of 20th and 21st century art, an international network, considerable experience of curating loan-based exhibitions and working with artists, as well as having impressive communication skills.

To apply online, please visit www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/jobs.

Closing date: 4pm on Friday, 7th November 2014. Late applications will not be accepted.

Interviews will be held second half of November.

The Barbican is committed to Equal Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

An exciting opportunity has now arisen for a dynamic curator to join the Visual Arts team in a key role, helping realise our highly regarded exhibition and Curve commissions, occasional off-site projects and public talks and events programme.

In this role, you will…

be responsible for the overall care of the collection, the display and didactic program within the galleries, and the development of special exhibitions.
work closely with collectors and prospective donors.
develop programming for the museum’s Paintings Affinity Group.
be an engaged and proactive member of the Department of Paintings, who subscribes to the museum’s positive culture and is dedicated to enhancing the visitor’s experience.
Specific Requirements
Master’s degree (Ph.D. preferred).
Open to all candidates with a strong background in Western painting traditions; preference given to those with expertise in American paintings.
Minimum of five years of curatorial experience.
Strong record of research and scholarship, with proven experience organizing exhibitions and producing publications of high quality.
Demonstrated skill at strategically building a collection through gift and purchase.
Team player with proven ability to work effectively and positively with staff, trustees, and all other internal and external contacts.
Ability to build positive and effective relationships with donors and the broader community.
Who You Are
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is an audience-focused workplace where everyone strives to provide excellent service and cultivate honest and positive relationships. Generosity, agility, emotional intelligence, positive energy, and drive are the core values that define the MIA’s culture. Successful employment at the MIA includes full embrace and demonstrable indicators of these values by all team members.
To Apply
A complete application includes a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation.
Mail: Attn: Human Resources, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2400 Third Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55404
Fax: (612) 870-3263

Posting Date & Deadline:
October 6, 2014. Deadline for submissions is October 31, 2014.

The Patrick and Aimee Butler Curator of Paintings will build the collection through significant acquisitions, and raise the MIA’s profile through ambitious and intellectually rigorous exhibitions, publications, and programs. This dynamic and experienced curator will cultivate relationships with donors, professional colleagues, partner organizations and the community in furtherance of the MIA’s strategic goals.

We’re a small team, so we need someone that’s big and brave
enough to handle their own projects. You’ll need to be able
to juggle multiple jobs, but be happy to get stuck in, inspire
and co-ordinate others.

If you spend more time looking at the packaging than
shopping and know that branding done properly is more
than just a shiny new typeface, then ping us your CV to
work@nikandcarole.co.uk .

Strictly no agencies.

You are a senior designer who produces top-notch stuff for
clients big and small.

With a least 5 years experience, a proper all-rounder that
can turn your hand to packaging, branding, literature and
pretty much anything we can throw at you!

Interface Manager

Responsible for the overall management of the Interface Supervision Team to ensure smooth progression of the works and keep the Project Management and the client updated with all activities.

• Responsible for the follow up and timely resolution of all project internal technical construction interfaces.
• Responsible to liaise between all parties interface coordinators on all construction packages related to construction interfaces.
• Calling and chairing interface meetings/ workshops between parties as required.
• Responsible for resolving interface disagreements between stakeholders and when required in cooperation with the client.
• Responsible for ensuring all interface matters are satisfactorily closed out within the time scale that will not jeopardise the schedule of the project.
• Ensure that the Data Interface Register is updated regularly and all formalized interface information is implemented.
• Required to inform the client of the total interface status of all construction packages in a monthly presentation.
• When required attend project meetings/ client meetings.
• Responsible for the daily management of the Interface Team / Senior Interface Engineers/ Interface Engineers.
• Report and monitor on the progress of the technical construction interfaces within the project
• Liaise with the Project Management regarding all kind of construction interfaces.
Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications:
• BSc/BEng in engineering (Civil or MEP).
• Professional /Chartered engineer from recognized professional body or equivalent.
• Certified PMP is prefered.

Minimum Experience:
• Minimum of 20 years’ experience on large commercial projects involving infrastructural design and construction, with knowledge of codes, design manuals and construction practices.
• Ability to interpret complex contract documents including plans, specifications, shop drawings.
• Ability to make decisions and recommendations on significant engineering problems, and review drawings, specifications and installations for constructability.
• Demonstrated ability to collect data to brief Client on project issues and provide possible resolutions in addition to reviewing and drafting responses to correspondence.
• Advanced negotiation and presentation skills.
• Understanding of real estate, infrastructure & allied industries in the GCC.
• Awareness of construction laws & regulatory environment .
• Interface management.

Competensies:

-Availability to travel.
• Advanced skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and MS Project.
• Fluent in English with professional skills in report writing.
• Knowledge of Arabic language is an added advantage.
• Attendance/ Punctuality.
• Positive attitude; ability to work under pressure.
• Ability to prioritize and plan work activities for self and team members to successfully meet deadlines.
• Ability to secure all confidential information or documents and make necessary arrangements to ensure that confidentiality of the office is maintained at all times.
• Ability to deal with high stress situations calmly and effectively.

Conditions:

Validity of employment contract: 2 years (Renewable).
Total package provided will be All inclusive (Basic Salary, Accomodation, Transportation, etc.).

Responsible for building and maintaining relationships and interaction channels among the project participants to achieve timely communication, coordination, cooperation and to standardize the handling processes and work flows for interfaces in the project and reduce uncertainties and avoid any abortive work.

The next Executive Director will be positioned to leverage the support of a strong Board of Directors, a dedicated staff and a reputation for adventurous undertakings to realize future goals, including an education initiative in modern design and architecture, expanding the scope of artist commissions, artist-in-residency programs and exhibitions and ultimately, restore and open to the public, the entire McCormick House.

EAM seeks a thoroughly experienced and visionary leader with high level development experience, deep knowledge of the arts and its significance in society, proven fiscal management and entrepreneurial spirit for its next Executive Director.
For further information please visit http://elmhurstartmuseum.org

Elmhurst Art Museum, an exceptional building of glass and steel encompassing Mies van der Rohe’s McCormick House, five galleries and a thriving center for arts education, seeks an Executive Director to lead the Museum into the next phase of advancement.

Application Deadline: October 17th 2014.

Required Information: clearly articulated curatorial proposal, detailed curriculum vitae, selective portfolio of relevant work, plus two letters of recommendation (see below for further details).

Salary: 100 000€ (including tax).

Please download the full announcement for further information, selection criteria, terms & conditions and requirements at www.oslotriennale.com.

The Oslo Architecture Triennale is the main international architecture festival in the Nordic region. Through various events and media, including exhibitions, conferences, competitions and publications, OAT is a platform for the debate and dissemination of architecture and urban challenges, targeting both the public and professionals. As a triennial event, OAT has the opportunity to develop a content of high quality over a course of three years. OAT therefore aims to not only display, but also explore and investigate issues of architecture and urban development through alternative and interdisciplinary architectural projects and practices.

Oslo Architecture Triennale (OAT) seeks a Chief Curator or Curator Team for its sixth international triennial to be held in Oslo, Norway in the autumn of 2016.The Curator will have primary academic and artistic responsibility for OAT 2016, including the development of its conceptual and thematic framework, research and programming, exhibitions and events. Proposals in English, from individuals or collectives of any nationality and country of residence are openly invited.

iOS Developers

Requirements:

EU Citizen or valid Spanish Work permit (mandatory).
Computer Science degree (or equivalent)/ relevant working experience.
At least 2 years of experience in mobile-applications development with Objective C.
Good working knowledge of Objective C (iOS) and Android development.
Working knowledge of MVC, CSS, HTML, JSON, Jquery, JavaScript and AJAX.
Working knowledge of sqlite and CoreData.
Knowledge of Git or similar tools.
Desirable:

Knowledge of CSS, HTML, NodeJs, SCRUM or TDD will be considered as a big plus.
Experience with SQL Server and MySQL will be considered as a big plus.
Knowledge of Fiddler and Junit tools would be an adantage.
Conditions:

Permanent contract (Spain).
Competitive salary (fixed + OTE Bonus).
Flexible working hours (start between 10-11 a.m. and leave between 7-8 p.m.).

Profile:
An autonomic person with good organizational and communication skills who can prioritize tasks and understands end-users needs.
Very good knowledge of English language is required. Knowledge of other languages will be considered as a big plus.

iOS Developer will be responsible for development, testing and maintenance of mobile applications. The person on this position should be a passionate developer with an enthusiastic approach to the mobile technologies.

Se encargará principalmente de:

– Prescripción del portofolio de productos en estudios de arquitectura, ingenierías y Dptos de Facility Management de grandes Cías.
– Seguimiento de las prescripciones hasta el final de proyecto.
Buscamos una persona con:

– Formación Académica Superior como Arquitecto Técnico, arquitecto superior, interiorista, ingeniería.
– Experiencia de al menos 3 años en las funciones descriptas, principalmente en prescripción de productos de iluminación y/ó afines.
– Experiencia en gestión de proeyctos de edificación; elaboración de pliegos para licitaciones públicas.
– Persona con grandes dotes de comunicación, dinámica, my proactiva y autónoma, muy orientada al cliente y motivada por su trabajo.

Para importante Cía dentro del sector de iluminación seleccionamos un Prescriptor de productos de iluminación dentro del sector terciario.

Head of User Interface Design

Requirements:

You will be able to turn a concept into a wireframe, through to a mockup and finally deliver pixel perfect XHTML/CSS code for the developers.
You’ve got an understanding of an agile development process, and how developers are dependent on your work for theirs. You see an element of product management in your role to get the feature you are working on delivered per your design.
You can context switch – on any one day you might do some work on a new feature, re-design some existing user interaction and make an improvement to a pricing table.
For website design; responsive design is your default mode.
You are a master of CSS and have what’s possible in code in mind whenever you work in photoshop (or equivalent). You understand browser limitations and how to work around them. You know about LESS/SASS.
You know the importance of small details; that icon that is not quite right, the right border that’s 1 pixel too big or the text kerning that is wrong. You see these issues, and fix them.
You want to use data to validate your success. How do we know if this feature is now easier to use than it was before?
You’ve either done some mobile design or are keen to do so.
You stay up to date with design trends, are familiar with design patterns and enjoy learning from other people’s work.
You can show us a portfolio of work probably on a site like dribbble or behance.
Bonus Points
You have hired other designers. As we expand the team, you will be a core part of this process.
Basic use of javascript (jQuery/angularJS).
Familiarity with version control software (git).

What we Offer:

Competitive salary (£30,000 to £45,000 + equity)
Friendly work environment at the Innovation Warehouse in Farringdon: http://theiw.org/.
A decent budget to get your work environment setup as you want it
Apply:

Please send your CV and ideally a link to your portfolio to jobs+ui@deskpro.com. In particular, we would love to see web application design you’ve done and shipped.

Your CV will be read by Chris, the CEO. We’ll aim to get back to you in 24 hours.

Thank you, but we are not looking for recruiter’s help with this position.

Joining a successful London based start up, you will lead the user interface design for the DeskPRO product. You will work directly with the CEO and the development team to take product ideas from concept through completion; playing a a critical role

Candidate’s profile and required skills:
–Advanced degree, a deep knowledge and appreciation of contemporary art, its regional networks and international concerns
–Proven work experience in art-related undertakings
–Established work experience in managing a staff, budget, schedule
–Interpersonal skills, an ability to create and build networks, and an aptitude for managing and supervising a team
–An established network in the art field both nationally and internationally
–Fluent in written and spoken French
–A thorough command of English is essential
Candidates must send a cover letter and CV before Tuesday, 23 September to:

Régis Bertrand.
Président du Parc Saint Léger or by email.
Upon completion of this initial step, short-listed candidates will be asked to draw up an artistic plan based on the internal documents sent to them.

For further information, candidates can contact Thibault Lambert, administrator at the art center, by telephone

The Board of Directors of Parc Saint Léger is eager to see the hiring of a new director for the center as a chance to deepen the experimental dimension of the site and its ability to invent new formats and new modalities in terms of how the public receives works of art in a specific context.

As an advocate of life-long learning opportunities, the Director and Curator, Education and Public Programs is a strong voice within and outside the organization on the topical issues surrounding the evolving nature of curatorial and intellectual practices within the museum and cultural fields. S/he will create opportunities for audiences of all ages, levels of interest and abilities to understand, appreciate and question contemporary art and artists. In addition to being conversant in digital modes of content delivery and social media platforms, s/he ensures high-quality and efficient processes of program assessment and evaluation methods throughout the organization.

This position reports to the Executive Director/Chief Curator and serves as a member of the Executive
Director’s cabinet, a core group of senior leaders, to provide strategic leadership, oversight, and management of integrated exhibition, collection, and education initiatives for the institution.

We seek candidates who bring an expertise in utilizing a collaborative and integrative approach to program planning within an institutional setting; who have experience with holistic and long-term planning processes; and will bring a vision for new media platforms and initiatives to further our commitment to being an audience-engaged, accessible institution now and for the future.

The Walker Art Center seeks a vibrant and visionary Director and Curator, Education and Public Programs who will be responsible for the leadership, strategy and direction of our educational, interpretive, and public engagement activities that take place within the Walker’s 16-acre campus and in digital/online platforms. As the leader of a key programming department within a multidisciplinary art center, s/he collaborates with staff senior leaders across all programmatic areas including the departments of Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Film/Video, Architecture and Design and New Media Initiatives to advance the Walker’s mission as a “catalyst for the creative expression of artists and the active engagement of audiences.”

Qualifications:

• Extensive knowledge of Media Art practices, both historical and contemporary.
• Extensive knowledge and understanding of broader art historical and contemporary art context.
• Knowledge and understanding of moving image archive practics.
• A clear understanding of the philosophy and history of the Canadian artist-run centre movement.
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
• Proven financial management experience.
• Ability to effectively delegate and supervise staff, volunteers, interns and external contracts.
• Knowledge of the principle funding agencies and prior grant writing experience.
• Knowledge of managing publications and print projects.
• Knowledge of audio/video systems, new media and new technologies.

Benefits:

A competitive benefits package is available after the three months probation period is complete. After eight months of employment, four weeks paid vacation may be taken during the period when programs are recessed. An additional ten days paid holiday time may be taken during the December/January holiday period.
Applications containing a cover letter, curriculum vitae and three references must be received by 5:00 p.m. on September 2, 2014.

Please send applications by email only.

The Media Arts Curator reports directly to the Executive Director and assumes the leadership and responsibility for:

• Developing and communicating a dynamic vision for the Media Arts Program
• Curating artist production residencies
• Curating screenings and public presentations of work generated through both the residency program and the Western Front Media Archive
• Writing grants and pursuing opportunities for additional funding and support
• Facilitating access to the Western Front’s archival holdings
• Assuming responsibility for the media production studio/space

Senior PHP Backend Developer

Requisitos:

Experiencia previa de 5 años en el análisis y diseño de arquitecturas y soluciones.
Formación en Ingeniería informática.
Amplia experiencia en programación PHP5. Experiencia con frameworks de desarrollo PHP (Symfony, Zend…).
Conocimientos y experiencia de MySql: diseño y optimización de bases de datos a nivel de desarrollador. Capacidad de desarrollar queries complejas y optimización de las mismas.
Experiencia en web services (REST, SOAP, JSON…) y optimización de rendimiento.
Experiencia con tecnologías open source.
Deseable:

Experiencia en desarrollos de entornos de alta disponibilidad y en metodologías ágiles.
Experiencia en SVN, unit testing (p.ej. Unit, PHPUnit…) e integración continua.
Conocimientos de HTML5/Javascript/CSS3… y en XML, XSLT, jQuery…
Usuario avanzado en entorno Linux.
Conocimientos diferentes CMS: WordPress, Drupal, etc,…
Nivel medio de Inglés.
Se ofrece:

Contrato indefinido con periodo de prueba.
Retribución atractiva según experiencia aportada por candidato
Interesados enviar su CV en formato MSWORD (Importante) incluyendo su nombre en el nombre de fichero e indicando la referencia AKS-26468 en el asunto del mail.

Se precisa incorporar un profesional para ocupar el puesto Senior PHP Backend Developer. Funciones:
Análisis funcional y diseño de las arquitecturas de las diferentes aplicaciones.
Programación y desarrollo de las aplicaciones.

Front-end developers

Funciones:
Desarrollo frontal de aplicaciones web.

Requisitos:

– Ingeniero técnico o superior en Informática o similar.

– Experiencia mínima de 3 años en desarrollo front-end.

– HTML 5, CSS3, Javascript avanzado.

Deseable:

– Bootstrap, sencha, jquery, Dojo y similares.
Se ofrece:
– Retribución atractiva según experiencia aportada por el candidato.
– Contrato indefinido con periodo de prueba.

Interesados enviar su CV en formato MSWORD incluyendo su nombre en el nombre de fichero e indicando la referencia AKS-26485 en el asunto del mail.

Se precisa incorporar al equipo de profesionales un Senior Front-end Developer .

.Net Developers

Requirements:

MSc or BSc in relevant área.
At least 3 years of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
You have experience working on a big scale, highly distributed systems.
You have experience from working in an agile environment.
You feel at home working with .Net framework and queues; C#, asp.net MVC, SQL Server .
EU Citizen or valid Work permit (mandatory).

Permanent contract.

Competitive salary.
To apply send your CV in MS Word format ( your name in the filename ) and indicating REF. AKS-27113 in the subject.

Our client an international IT company based in Barcelona, is hiring .NET professionals.

This position offers an important opportunity to work with and build upon the Museum’s historic strength in American and European Modernism and already significant holdings, especially its Photo League collection and works by established and emerging photographers. CMA is actively engaged in becoming a model 21st century museum, which the institution defines as-transformative, active, participatory, and committed to impacting the health and growth of the community.

The ideal candidate should be prepared to create, articulate, and implement a vision for an ongoing photography program. Past work should demonstrate creativity in curatorial approach. This should include developing and presenting exhibitions as well as dynamic ways of working with a collection. A proven talent for developing relationships is paramount—these include living artists with established reputations, emerging and under-recognized mid-career artists as well as a diverse network of art world colleagues. The curator will also be responsible for cultivating the local creative community of artists, collectors, and donors.

Equally important is:

Commitment to building the collection strategically through acquisitions.
Willingness to develop intentional strategies to engage visitors and the wider community.
Desire to work collaboratively with a cross-disciplinary team.
Interest in expanding the dialogue around socially engaged art.
Qualified candidates will have an MA in art history, art criticism, or similar field of study plus three to five years of experience working in an advanced curatorial capacity with a record of exhibitions, acquisitions, and publications in historic, modern, and/or contemporary photography. Preference will be given to candidates with a compelling body of curatorial projects and strong interpersonal and communications skills.

This is a full-time position. Compensation commensurate with qualifications and experience. Benefits package includes health, vision, dental, life, short and long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan. Generous paid time off and holidays.

To apply, e-mail employment@cmaohio.org or mail to: Human Resources, Columbus Museum of Art, 480 E. Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43215. Application should include cover letter, complete curriculum vitae of education, employment, honors, awards and publications, a published paper or writing sample, as well as the names and contact information of three professional references. Applications must be received by October 1,2014. Only those applicants considered for interview will be contacted.

The Columbus Museum of Art (Columbus, Ohio) seeks a dynamic, knowledgeable, and highly-motivated individual to lead its photography program. The successful candidate for this endowed William and Sarah Ross Soter (Associate) Curatorship of Photography will be responsible for building, utilizing and advancing the Museum’s collection of historic through contemporary photography with relevant exhibitions, programming, and scholarly publications.

Co-Director. Shulamit Gallery

Ensuring the smooth day-to-day running of the gallery (Onsite Operations):

Create agendas and manage staff meetings.
Supervise Gallery Associates and interns.
Oversee all onsite operations and strategic planning efforts as it relates this includes development of realistic measurable goals. Work closely with Owner & Director and Director of BDS to coordinate on-site operations and strategic planning.
Provide support to Owner & Director through research, studio visits, and correspondence with artists, organizational partners, international partners, guest and adjunct curators.
• Maintain and monitor Gallery programming, exhibition schedule, planning documents and deadlines:

Develop, maintain and update the exhibition schedule
Present material on potential artists or exhibition proposals at quarterly staff meetings.
Maintain and meet marketing and public relation deadlines for all curatorial information for programming presented by Shulamit Gallery, and guest curators.
Develop and deliver proposals for collaborations, partnerships for exhibitions and events at Shulamit Gallery and at additional venues with various regional, national and international institutions and organizations. Including, act as liaison to regional Universities and other educational partners to coordinate programming in their venues. Supervise the development of exhibitions and all exhibition related activities such as consignment agreements and lecture requests. Work with Owner & Director, Director of BDS and Gallery Associates to produce texts for exhibitions, publications and other media outlets.
Coordinate curatorial programming for the Gallery’s patrons such as private tours or Gallery Guides (collectors and consultante).
Help to develop, plan and execute 2-3 public programs for each exhibition
Supervise the documentation and transcription of programming for catalogue development, and archives.
Collaborate on the archiving and distribution of Gallery content.
Act as the first point of contact for all curatorial inquiries.
• Support SG Management & Associate Staff in the development and adaption of sales strategies:

Report any sale opportunities to Owner & Director and the Director of BDS.
When needed act as liaison to clients including interior designers and art consultants. Arrange and attend meetings and present large-scale proposal materials for clients or consultants.
Support Director of BDS developing the curatorial approach for art fair applications and participation.
• Proactively attend programs of other organizations to remain current with contemporary practices and conduct research into current practice in the visual arts, dance, film, performance, and new media.
• Making travel itineraries and set meetings when appropriate with curators, collectors and artists.
• Arrange transportation of work to and from the gallery, both nationally and internationally.
• Attend art fairs as needed. Professional development opportunities can be presented for consideration including conferences and curatorial research trips.

Qualifications: The applicant must have 5 -10 years of experience in an arts related field or comparable setting and 1-3 years in a managerial position. The ideal candidate will have a curatorial background and a Master’s degree in art history or art management, be very organized, detail-oriented, punctual and professional in demeanor. Applicant must be able to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced, high-pressure, exciting, international environment, and be articulate, confident, and a team player. Strong oral and written communication skills are a must.

This is a full-time position.

The position requires strong attention to detail and deadlines, and includes a wide range of responsibilities.

Director. FRAC Centre

You will develop and implement the FRAC’s artistic and cultural project, based on strategic guidelines drawn up by the State and the region.

In this framework, you will define an ambitious policy for the acquisition of works, coherent with the collection’s identity and bolstering the FRAC’s international position.

You will also introduce a demanding and diversified programme of exhibitions and events in Orléans and the region by encouraging inter-regional partnerships and cooperation.

You will propose innovative policies involving different kinds of public and mediation, aimed especially at schools.

You will set up an active sponsorship strategy.

These guidelines will involve a new organization which it will be your job to establish.

Lastly, you will be in charge of the association’s human resources and budget, and you will supervise the management of the establishment.

Our ideal candidate:
Senior executive and experienced manager, with Bac +5 years higher education in the History of Art and Architecture, you have solid experience in managing and organizing a cultural team. You have in-depth knowledge of the issues associated with artistic creation, in the fields of architecture and contemporary art. You also have a healthy appetite for organization and teamwork and strong skills in management, project supervision and communication. You have a B driver’s license and are fluent in French and in English.

Candidates must send a letter of application accompanied by a CV, before 7pm on 16 July to:contact@frac-centre.fr or Les Turbulences – Frac Centre, 88 rue du Colombier, 45000 Orléans, France

Since September 2013, the second generation FRAC Centre has been open to the public in the outstanding Turbulences site in Orléans, in a building designed by the architects Jakob+MacFarlane. In these premises, by way of permanent and temporary exhibitions, the FRAC shows pieces from its huge collection devoted to the relations between contemporary art and experimental architecture, now internationally acclaimed, and made up of almost 600 works, 800 architectural maquettes and more than 15,000 drawings.

Responsibilities:

1. Coordinate all practical arrangements for each exhibition, including display preparation, design liaison, contract and loan agreement preparation, loan negotiations, condition checking, packing, transport, insurance, couriers, installation, and photography. Manage the care and handling of objects loaned for exhibition, including shipping, condition reporting, and temporary storage.
2. Provide general curatorial assistance in the planning and organization of exhibitions, including research and logistical support in the preparation of checklists, loan requests, exhibition catalogues, didactic materials, interpretive labels, and other exhibition-related materials. Support exhibitions from inception to installation by assisting in duties including conceptual outline, selection of objects, research, writing, interpretation, implementation, budget development and oversight, and fundraising. Coordinate, assist, and work closely with the curator of each exhibition to develop the object list, confirm loans, edit, and proofread all gallery text and label copy, press releases, and gallery guides when required.
3. Assist with early planning for touring exhibitions, including: preparing content summaries; seeking and securing tour venues; preparing and negotiating loan agreements and contracts. Liaise closely with all tour venues on the practical arrangements for each allocated exhibition, including: design, loan negotiation and agreements, condition checking, packing, transport, indemnity and insurance, couriers and installation.
4. Assist with development and implementation of short- and long-range program plans; assist with compilation, implementation, and oversight of exhibition budgets.
5. Develop and assist with the production of online content and interactives related to the exhibitions. Participate in programs related to ASTC exhibitions including presentations, gallery tours, staff and docent training, and special events.
6. Field inquiries and conduct tours for special groups and individuals.
7. Assist with evaluation of proposed exhibitions.
8. Maintain confidentiality regarding all sensitive exhibition information.
9. Other duties as assigned.

Key Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in art, art history, museum administration, museum studies, or a related field.
At least 3-5 years of experience in museum exhibitions.
Awareness of environmental monitoring guidelines related to the display of art work.
Experience with fine arts insurance.
Ability to plan, prioritize, and meet deadlines. Strong budgeting skills.
Ability to collaborate with staff, supporters, and outside vendors.
Knowledge of standard museum loan and registration practices.
Experience with art handling and knowledge of best practices.
Demonstrated experience with Asian art required, knowledge of an Asian language preferred.
Proven organizational skills, with strong ability to set priorities, manage multiple tasks, work independently, and function under pressure.
Strong ability to interact with the public and high-level individuals and work collaboratively with diverse constituencies.
An understanding of, and an ability to articulate, the accomplishments and goals of an organization like the Asia Society.
Personal Characteristics:

Maturity, diplomacy, calm under pressure.
Strong interpersonal and team skills.
Strong communications skills, written and oral.
Resourcefulness and good judgment.
Values diversity of thought, backgrounds and perspectives.
Ability to multi-task while maintaining attention to detai.l
Personal integrity and ethical standards.
Requirements:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty. The requirements listed with this job description are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Language Skills:

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret timelines. Ability to respond effectively to sensitive inquiries or complaints. Ability to write a business letter. Comfortable and competent in speaking to vendors.

Reasoning Ability:

Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

Other Skills and Abilities:

Position requires demonstrated applied skills in word processing and spreadsheet operations, including but not limited to, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Power Point), and the ability to learn other software. Ability to work without direct supervision in a small office environment is required. Ability to hold a valid Driver’s License and possess a car that can be used for work purposes.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions and outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Compensation:

Commensurate with experience. Asia Society Texas Center offers an attractive benefits package.

Relocation:

Asia Society Texas Center does not provide compensation for interview travel nor relocation expenses.

Materials Required for Candidacy:

1. Cover letter 2. Resume.
3. Background check required.
4. Finalists will be required to provide three current references.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please email your cover letter and resume indicating position and salary requirements to: Human Resources Department, HRDept@asiasociety.org. Indicate job title in the subject line. Resumes without cover letters will not be accepted. No phone calls, please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. Please regard your resume as having been received unless your email is bounced back.

This staff member assists the Director of Exhibitions in all elements of exhibition development, planning, and realization. He or she is responsible for the physical care and arrangements for assigned temporary exhibitions and loans, and for management of tours of exhibitions organized by Asia Society Texas Center (ASTC) as assigned, along with other departmental duties.

Together with the other curators and the museum staff, you are responsible for designing and developing exhibitions and their related frame programs in the sense of a “Curator of Public Programs”, including lectures, symposia, music, dance, workshops, tours, festivals, artist and scholar dialogues, and artist residencies. You are in charge of organizing exhibitions and therefore responsible for meeting all deadlines, including all related publications, in close co-operation with the Director and our Museum and Service Departments. You will develop, implement and evaluate the Museum’s programmatic offerings to enhance and broaden engagement with the Museum for the general public, the University and the broader community. The successful candidate will be a highly creative thinker capable of conceptualizing wide-ranging, exciting, and informative programs that consider the Museum as a production space, its exhibitions, as well as of the global issues around which the Museum’s mission has evolved. Additionally, as Curator of Public Programs you should be efficient and detail-oriented in order to produce events and manage their myriad details. In your capacity as Curator, you are not only aware that you represent Kunsthaus Graz through the respective exhibition, but are also willing to collaborate in positioning the Kunsthaus in both a local and international artistic context. You are also open for co-operation and networking with other partners in the cultural scene in Graz. You will be part of the curatorial team and works together with education and communications staff to help strategize the museum’s outreach efforts for public programs.

Other key areas of responsibility:

– Your focus is on curating public programs. You develop concepts in connection with the exhibition program for diverse public spheres.
– You are responsible for budget compliance.
– You seek and establish contact to lenders in co-operation with the registrar’s office,
– develop the design and layout of exhibitions in co-operation with artists and the central workshop,
– are responsible for the content of publications, for writing press and folder texts and searching for suitable authors,
– and closely observe international and regional art events and developments.
– You are responsible for networking and requisition /co-ordination of interests with local institutions.
– and for PR (writing scientific publications insofar as they concern the Museum, and initiating public events).

Person specification:

– You have innovative ideas about how to communicate art through exhibitions, publications and other formats to the local and international public and how to put those ideas into practice,
– profound knowledge of the contemporary art scene,
– ability to communicate in a multi-lingual environment,
– experience in designing, realizing and organising exhibitions on various subjects relating to contemporary art,
– business acumen,
– a university degree in the area of contemporary art,
– experience in working with and motivating other experts involved in graphic design or technical and manual exhibition construction, as well as experience in using films and new media in exhibitions,
– You have experience in managing projects,
– are able to think on an interdisciplinary level and assert yourself,
– and have a flair for artistic developments in their social context.

We offer you an interesting and challenging job in an exciting environment. You will have the opportunity to develop interdisciplinary exhibition concepts and implement them independently with the support of an experienced team. You can expect a minimum monthly salary of 2,400 euros full-time equivalent in accordance with our salary scale, depending on your working hours and the qualifications we have taken into account.
Please email your application together with a short concept for a program development and CV by 15 July 2014.

As of September 2014, we are seeking an Exhibition Curator for Kunsthaus Graz.

Contract: full-time / one year

Kunsthaus Graz is looking for a curator who is able to curate, link and broaden the exhibition program with a dynamic public program.

They will provide administration and support of Ikon’s fundraising strategy working closely with the Director and the Deputy Director. The ideal candidate will possess excellent I.T. skills and have some relevant experience in customer service, events management and/ or fundraising.

This post is offered on a full-time permanent basis.

Ikon, one of the UK’s leading international contemporary art galleries seeks to appoint a dynamic and effective individual to the post of Development and Events Co-ordinator.

Using new and existing exhibitions, you’ll generate innovative learning projects to engage and inspire young people. You’ll organise one off events as well as plan longer term projects –from artist led workshops to working with musicians, performance and designers to explore the Tate Collection. You’ll put together structures for these projects and involve local schools and community groups to engage young people with Tate.

You’ll have a relevant degree in Art or Education (or equivalent). You’ll have worked with young people before – engaging them in a learning environment using your exceptional interpersonal skills. With a network of contacts in community and educational groups, you’ll be a creative thinker, organised in your approach and in the delivery of different projects.

The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced CRB disclosure.

For further information and to apply, please visit http://workingat.tate.org.uk/

Tate’s Young People’s Programme (London) aims to engage 13-25 year olds from all backgrounds and cultures in art. By involving schools, colleges and social workers, Tate aims to offer a learning programme to help young people develop a deeper experience, understanding and knowledge of Art. Working with artists to explore and develop different practices and methods of engagement, the programme will aims to reshape young people’s appreciation of all art forms.

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Co-Director / Shulamit Gallery

• Ensuring the smooth day-to-day running of the gallery (Onsite Operations):

Create agendas and manage staff meetings.
Supervise Gallery Associates and interns.
Oversee all onsite operations and strategic planning efforts as it relates this includes development of realistic measurable goals. Work closely with Owner & Director and Director of BDS to coordinate on-site operations and strategic planning.
Provide support to Owner & Director through research, studio visits, and correspondence with artists, organizational partners, international partners, guest and adjunct curators.
• Maintain and monitor Gallery programming, exhibition schedule, planning documents and deadlines:

-Develop, maintain and update the exhibition schedule.
-Present material on potential artists or exhibition proposals at quarterly staff meetings.
-Maintain and meet marketing and public relation deadlines for all curatorial information for programming presented by Shulamit Gallery, and guest curators.
-Develop and deliver proposals for collaborations, partnerships for exhibitions and events at Shulamit Gallery and at additional venues with various regional, national and international institutions and organizations.-Including, act as liaison to regional Universities and other educational partners to coordinate programming in their venues. Supervise the development of exhibitions and all exhibition related activities such as consignment agreements and lecture requests. Work with Owner & Director, Director of BDS and Gallery Associates to produce texts for exhibitions, publications and other media outlets.
-Coordinate curatorial programming for the Gallery’s patrons such as private tours or Gallery Guides (collectors and consultante).
-Help to develop, plan and execute 2-3 public programs for each exhibition
Supervise the documentation and transcription of programming for catalogue development, and archives.
-Collaborate on the archiving and distribution of Gallery content.
-Act as the first point of contact for all curatorial inquiries.
• Support SG Management & Associate Staff in the development and adaption of sales strategies:

Report any sale opportunities to Owner & Director and the Director of BDS.
When needed act as liaison to clients including interior designers and art consultants. Arrange and attend meetings and present large-scale proposal materials for clients or consultants.
Support Director of BDS developing the curatorial approach for art fair applications and participation
• Proactively attend programs of other organizations to remain current with contemporary practices and conduct research into current practice in the visual arts, dance, film, performance, and new media.
• Making travel itineraries and set meetings when appropriate with curators, collectors and artists.
• Arrange transportation of work to and from the gallery, both nationally and internationally.
• Attend art fairs as needed. Professional development opportunities can be presented for consideration including conferences and curatorial research trips.

Qualifications: The applicant must have 5 -10 years of experience in an arts related field or comparable setting and 1-3 years in a managerial position. The ideal candidate will have a curatorial background and a Master’s degree in art history or art management, be very organized, detail-oriented, punctual and professional in demeanor. Applicant must be able to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced, high-pressure, exciting, international environment, and be articulate, confident, and a team player. Strong oral and written communication skills are a must.
This is a full-time position.

The position requires strong attention to detail and deadlines, and includes a wide range of responsibilities.