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creative coordinator
creative coordinator
Al-Tiba9
Post Date: 27 Jan 2021

JOB OVERVIEW

Be part of Al-Tiba9 !

We’re looking for a creative coordinator

Do you want to become immersed in Al-Tiba9, and be directly in touch with the curator and high standard international artists from around the globe, through exhibitions, art publications, and design projects?

Become a part of our team as a creative coordinator.


The Creative Coordinator acts as a liaison between Al-Tiba9 and its artists and cultural partners around the world. The Coordinator of Al-Tiba9 reports to the curator and gallery director and is responsible for maintaining and overseeing the day-to-day operations of the art magazine, interviews platform, online exhibitions, and gallery’s program as well as external cultural events such as participation in international art fairs… The Coordinator also supervises the gallery’s exhibition program and its supportive events and activities as well as collaborations with partners, under the direction of the curator.

The ideal candidate:

is a native English speaker with strong communication skills (writing and speaking).
is a world citizen who can communicate easily with artists from around the planet.
is an artist or an art lover who’s familiar with the art world, exhibitions, and design events.
is professional, fun-loving, and doesn’t take criticism personally;
is productive and doesn’t require close supervision;
has advanced experience in digital marketing.
is proficient in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat Pro DC, and Microsoft Office on the Mac platform.
is somewhat experienced with HTML, CSS and Squarespace and willing to become proficient on their own time;
understands the process of creating ads for print media including terms like bleed, CMYK, and DPI;
is not only artistic but entrepreneurial and analytical;
takes pride in their work;
works well in a team environment and usually finds themselves leading a group when collaborating on a project;
is creative and resourceful; and enjoys helping others and learning new things.
is detail-oriented, highly organized, and motivated.
has great energy and a positive attitude.
is able to work with other team members from different locations via Teams video, chat, mobile phone, and/or email.
is willing to work onsite and online.
Available minimum 30h/week
is a freelancer and able to invoice monthly.

Candidates with these qualities would not be a good fit:
hates math and/or finance;
does their best work late at night;
doesn’t have any experience with art;
doesn’t have any experience with Adobe creative suite;
prefers to work alone, or must be in the right mood to do their best work.

Available position

Only 1 creative coordinator will be accepted.
Part-time position: 20-30h/week flexible time..
Work hours will be determined according to your living city.
Monthly payment (Negotiable).
Work from home, but not only. We might also ask you to travel with us to International art exhibitions and projects.


Al-Tiba9 is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, age, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, or covered veteran status.

How do I become a team member?

Complete the application form on the website. You can send us further information via email to [email protected] with the subject line: CREATIVE COORDINATOR application.

JOB DETAILS

Location
Spain, Barcelona

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