Opportunities

WORK WITH US!!!

We currently looking for a number of people to join our team.

We particularly welcome applications from candidates who have Black, Asian or Global Majority heritage and/or who are from lower socio-economic backgrounds.

If you have any questions around access needs please drop us an email on info@eastsideprojects.org or call 0121 771 1778. Or feel free to let us know what you need in your application.

 

MULTIVERSE ORGANISER

0.6 FTE, 3 days (22.5 hours) per week

£18,000 p/a (£30,000 pro rata)

Fixed-term contract for 12 months

Application Deadline: 6pm, Sunday 17 October, 2021

Interviews: 26 October, 2021

As Multiverse Organiser you will work closely with Artist Curator Gavin Wade and Artist Maker Ruth Claxton to organise Eastside Projects and ensure that the gallery, our operations and multiple, overlapping offsite projects run smoothly.

This is a new role that we hope will significantly strengthen the organisation by helping us work together more effectively and freeing up capacity for Gavin, Ruth and the rest of the team to develop and deliver projects, build networks and capitalise on opportunities. Though initially for 12 months, there is the potential to extend the contract beyond this time if we can secure funding.

Find the full job description and application info HERE


ARTIST CURATOR TRAINEE (SMITHFIELD)

Fixed-term contract for 12 months
30 hours per week usually across 4 days
Paid at Real Living Wage – currently £9.50p/h (£14,820 per annum)

Application Deadline: 10pm, 10 October 2021
Interviews: w/c 18 October 2021 Online

Pre-application Workshop: 5–6pm, Thursday 30 September 2021.

Join this workshop to find out more about our Artist Curator Trainee roles, who we are hoping to find, and what we are looking for in an application. This will be an informal session and there will be plenty of time for your questions. BOOK HERE

We are looking for a fledgling artist-curator who will work with us across 12 months and be involved in many aspects of Eastside Projects, with a focus on the Smithfield project.

As Artist Curator Trainee (Smithfield) you will work closely with Artist Organiser Ania Bas, Lead Artist Celine Condorelli, Artist Curator Gavin Wade, Artist Maker Ruth Claxton, and Artist Curator Trainee Kathy Smith on a new public project which will see us collaborate with David Kohn Architects to design the new Birmingham markets.

As part of this process you will support a range of artists as they develop proposals for artworks, and help design and deliver arts and engagement activity in the current Bullring markets, working onsite with traders and other market users to ensure their voices, experiences and needs are central to the design process. You will contribute ideas, thinking and perspectives which will feed into the development of the Smithfield project and our organisation.

Find the full job description and application information HERE

Find the application form HERE


ARTIST CURATOR TRAINEE (EP)

Two roles available
Fixed-term contract for 18 months
30 hours per week, usually across four days
Paid at Real Living Wage – currently £9.50p/h (£14,820 per annum)

Application Deadline: 10pm, 10 October 2021
Interviews: w/c 18 October 2021

Pre-application Workshop: 5–6pm, Thursday 30 September 2021.

Join this workshop to find out more about our Artist Curator Trainee roles, who we are hoping to find, and what we are looking for in an application. This will be an informal session and there will be plenty of time for your questions. BOOK HERE

We are looking for two fledgling artist-curators who will work with us across 18 months and be involved in many aspects of Eastside Projects, working across the gallery and a range of offsite projects

As Artist Curator Trainee (EP) you will usually be based in the gallery but will also work across a range of offsite projects. You will be a public face for Eastside Projects, helping to welcome and host a wide range of people including gallery visitors, artists and community partners.

Amongst other things you will take care of the exhibitions, help install shows, manage our social media, keep the websites updated, work on marketing, host events, make sure things are organised and that we have what we need when we need it. You will support commissioned artists as they develop proposals and artworks and help deliver arts and engagement activity in the gallery and offsite. You will also be involved in the development of projects and will contribute ideas, thinking and perspectives which will feed into the development of our programme and organisation.

Find the full job description and application information HERE

Find the application form HERE