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.
Hours: Full time (37.5 hours per week) to be worked flexibly over a seven day shift pattern co-ordinated with Technical Manager (Facilities)
Accountable to: Head of Public Programme
for: Freelance AV Technicians
Technical Manager oversees the effective delivery of MK Gallery’s cinema and
music programmes and its commercial hires. S/he is responsible for the
set-up and delivery of events in the Gallery’s 150 seat auditorium and other
spaces across the site as well as management and maintenance of performance and
event facilities and equipment. The post has key-holder responsibilities
Download full job description and application pack here
Deadline for applications: 10am Monday 2nd December
for freelance Learning Scouts
Gallery is currently recruiting for freelance Learning Scouts. This freelance pool is instrumental in
supporting the delivery of our organisational mission and vision. The
group, designed to complement our established pool of freelance Associate
Artists, includes individuals able to bring a wide range of skills,
experiences, expertise and energy, to further support, and enhance, our growing
opportunity is particularly relevant to individuals entering gallery education.
10am, Friday 22
November 2019 to Kay Goodman, Administrator & Development Coordinator,
MK Gallery, 3 Theatre Walk, Milton Keynes, MK9 3PX. Or email email@example.com
Interviews will be held
at MK Gallery in early December.
Download full job description and application pack here
Modern British Catering are looking to recruit for an experienced Café
Supervisor, with a proven track record in hospitality to work with our team at MK
Gallery and help deliver our exciting offer. Whilst we are looking for
obsessive foodies, we are equally passionate about the quality the coffee, the
temperature of our tea, and if you have the same levels of obsession and are
eager to progress your career, come and see us.
The Café is in the MK Gallery, which presents a cutting edge
contemporary art alongside Old Masters with a dynamic, diverse and stimulating
program across five large, beautiful gallery spaces and iconic event spaces.
Our catering offer within the gallery reflects this and our ethos, which is to
create a unique, vibrant, highly appealing and diverse menu served efficiently
by friendly and knowledgeable staff, in the café, bar and events spaces.
Key areas of responsibility:
- You will be responsible for
supervising a small team, for delivering the highest standards of customer
care and service.
- Ability to multi task and
help where it is need, on the floor, in the bar or making great coffee
- Attention to detail, high
standard in all areas, product, staff, training and the cafe
- Giving advice, guidance and
recommendations on products and menu selection to customers to ensure a
positive experience and repeat business.
- Ensuring adequate stock
levels of supplies and consumables for café area, managing orders and
- Managing queues and meeting
customer expectations, upsell to maximise profit.
- Ensure Health & Safety
and Food Safety compliance, as well as all aspects of quality control
Hours: 40 hours per week. The gallery is open 6 days a week,
Tuesday to Sunday. Normal Cafe opening hours are 11am to 7pm, in addition
to daytime and regular evening events.
To apply email a covering letter and CV to Supervisor Role at MK Cafe Bar
Gallery Project Space
The Project Space programme
encourages collaboration between educators, artists, groups and local
residents. Exhibitions are considered through a combination of open call
proposals, direct invitations and collaborative partnerships. All proposals
submitted must be based on a collaborative, learning based process. Proposals
for solo/group artist exhibitions which do not demonstrate socially engaged
practice(s) will not be considered. There is no age limit for applicants and
proposals are invited from individuals and groups based in, or connected to
Milton Keynes and the surrounding region only (within a 20 mile radius of MK
How to make an application
After reading the Project Space Pack Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short
statement (2 sides A4 max) or film outlining your
proposal as per the submission guidelines. We invite applications at any
time but please note that shortlisting is undertaken quarterly and programmes
are often developed 3-6 months or longer in advance.mail email@example.com with a short statement (two sides of A4 max) or short film outlining your proposal for a Project Space exhibition as per the submission guidelines.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
or on 01908 558321.