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Current Vacancies

 

 

Curator of Inclusion

£25,000 per annum (pro-rata)

Part-time 22.5 hours per week 

Fixed term contract for 30 months from start date


MK Gallery has recently embarked on an exciting £12 million project to extend the Gallery building, enabling it to build audiences, develop sustainable revenue streams, and to respond to cultural need in the city and region.  

 

We are recruiting to the exciting new post of Curator of Inclusion supported by Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Milton Keynes Community Foundation. We are looking for candidates with experience of developing programmes for, and working with, people with complex needs. An interest in socially-engaged and inclusive practice plus the ability to work in collaboration with a diverse range of partners, practitioners and audiences is essential. The Curator of Inclusion will liaise with, and learn from, leading organisation Project Art Works to support organisational and programme development in order to implement on-site and outreach programmes and exhibitions that target groups with additional needs or who would not usually engage with the arts. 

 

Download an application pack: PDF / Word

 

Closing date for applications: 10am on 23 November 2017
Interviews: 6 December 2017 

 

Paul Hamlyn Foundation  Disability Confident Committed    MK Community Foundation

 

 

 

 

Commitment to equality and diversity

 MK Gallery aims to have a workforce that represents a variety of backgrounds and cultures and can provide the relevant knowledge, abilities and skills for the organisation. 


Anyone who meets the requirements of this job is eligible for employment within MK Gallery irrespective of age, disability, employment status, gender, health, marital status, sexual preference, membership or non-membership of a trade union, nationality, race, religion, social class or other non-job-relevant personal characteristics.


We make every effort to eliminate discrimination, direct and indirect, from our recruitment and selection process. Where applicable, reasonable adjustments will be made at each stage of the recruitment and selection process as required to reduce any potential barriers faced by applicants and to give them equal access to employment opportunities. For an informal conversation about working at MK Gallery please contact Kate Chadwick at kchadwick@mkgallery.org or on 01908 558321.