We’re delighted that you’re interested in working with us here at MK Gallery. The enormous input and support we receive from our employees is central to our success as one of the UK's leading public galleries.
Negotiable - circa 22.5 per week (0.6)
£27,000 (pro-rata equivalent)
Contract: Fixed-term for 18 months
We are looking for a confident and resourceful individual to act as the lead on evaluation for MK Gallery, enabling us to learn from the experiences of our users and non-users to better shape our activity. The successful candidate will have experience of designing and managing evaluation or research projects and data analysis and be able to create a supportive environment in which to undertake this kind of work.
Please download an application pack for more details.
If you have questions, or would like an informal chat about the role, please contact Kate Chadwick, Deputy Director on 01908 558321.
The closing date for receipt of applications is 9.30am on Monday 4 July, and interviews will be held at MK Gallery on 12 July.
MK Gallery Trustees
Would you like to play a key role in the exciting next stage of MK Gallery’s development?
MK Gallery is a free access contemporary art gallery in Central Milton Keynes.
MK Gallery has an international reputation for its exhibitions.
MK Gallery provides a wide range of imaginative and inspiring educational events and projects, aiming to make its artistic programme accessible to all.
MK Gallery has exciting plans to expand, due to open in 2017, to coincide with the city’s 50th anniversary.
We have vacancies on the Board for exceptional trustees to help deliver the Gallery’s ambitious capital plans. These positions are voluntary position and require a commitment of around three-five hours a month.
Individuals are asked to send a short expression of interest and a CV/biography outlining their key skills and interests to the Chairman, Will Cousins (via our Head of Operations, Kate Chadwick at firstname.lastname@example.org).
For further information contact Kate Chadwick on 01908 558 321.