Job opportunity x2: Project Co-ordinator and Engagement Programme Assistant, Yorkshire Sculpture International (Deadline 23/8/18)

The first Yorkshire Sculpture International takes place from June to September 2019 in venues across Leeds and Wakefield. Free and open to all, Yorkshire Sculpture International is produced by a unique consortium comprising the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds Art Gallery, The Hepworth Wakefield and Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

Yorkshire Sculpture International will feature work by international artists staged across the four venues and major new outdoor sculpture commissions across public spaces in Leeds and Wakefield, inviting visitors to interact with art in unexpected places in the cities.

Yorkshire Sculpture International are recruiting for two new roles – Project Co-ordinator and Engagement Programme Assistant – to join their small team and help to deliver next year's festival

Project Co-ordinator, Yorkshire Sculpture International
Office based at The Art House Wakefield
Fixed term for 12 months, from October 2018
£24,000 per annum

We are looking for an experienced, organised and friendly Project Co-ordinator to join our small team and support the delivery of Yorkshire Sculpture International. This is your chance to contribute to the programme, work on public realm commissions, support promotional activities and assist with events. If you are a pro-active team worker with experience of working in an arts organisation, excellent administrative, communication and IT skills, then we want to hear from you.

Deadline for applications: 10am Thursday 23 August, 2018
Interviews will take place in Wakefield on Tuesday 11 September 2018


Engagement Programme Assistant, Yorkshire Sculpture International
Office based at The Art House Wakefield
Fixed term for 12 months, from October 2018
£19,000 per annum

We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic Engagement Programme Assistant to support the development and delivery of our engagement programme with schools, teachers, community groups, universities and artists.

With an interest in education, you will work in our small team, managing multiple priorities with excellent attention to detail. This is an entry level role and no prior experience working in the arts is required. We are looking for someone with transferable skills who enjoys working with people and has an enthusiasm for the arts, in particular sculpture.

Deadline for applications: 10am Thursday 23 August 2018
Interviews will take place in Wakefield on Thursday 6 September 2018

For more info and to apply visit: http://www.ysculpture.co.uk/job-vacancies/