Castlefield Gallery invites applications for positions of Chair and Artist Representative for its Board of Directors & Trustees (Deadline 17/09/18 & 7/09/18)

Castlefield Gallery is inviting applications for positions of Chair and Artist Representative on the Board of Directors & Trustees.

Established by artists in 1984, Castlefield Gallery was Manchester's first public contemporary visual art gallery to have opened in the city, and over the last three decades has been a significant catalyst for the region's cultural growth. As they look forward to their 40-year anniversary in 2024 this will be an exciting time to join their Trustees and work with them to shape their next chapter.

Recruitment of Chair of the Board of Directors & Trustees

As we look forward to our 40-year anniversary in 2024 we are seeking to appoint a strategic thinker, and dynamic, committed leader for the role of Chair of Castlefield Gallery. After a successful tenure the current Chair, Marla Cunningham, is due to step down in 2018.

The successful candidate will work with us to shape and lead our next chapter. You will chair the Board of Trustees and work with the Director, to further grow our work, and raise our profile nationally and internationally. You will have a deep interest in contemporary art and be familiar with decision making in both public and private sectors. You will be an established leader with a proven track record, and well positioned to ensure excellent governance and Board performance.

If you feel you have the vision, drive and skills to Chair Castlefield Gallery please visit our website to download the full recruitment pack.

Closing date for applications: Monday 17 September 2018, 12noon.

Recruitment of Artist Representative to the Board of Directors & Trustees

As an artist focused organisation we are seeking to grow artist representation on the Castlefield Gallery Board of Trustees. We are in particular looking to engage an artist Trustee living and /or working in the North West of England and working at an early career to mid-career stage.

We operate a 'Portfolio' Board and the successful candidate will have a lead role in the area of artistic and career development, complementing the activities of our current artist representative Ian Rawlinson and the Castlefield Gallery team.

This is voluntary role, although reasonable travel and other expenses will be reimbursed. The Board currently meets in Manchester a minimum of four times annually, with additional occasional meetings and sub-committee group meetings.

If this is an opportunity that excites you then please visit our website to download the full recruitment pack.

Closing date for applications:  Friday 07 September 2018, 6pm.