Opportunity type: Permanent, Full-time
Working hours: 36 hours per week
Salary: £31,463 per annum
Closing date: 08 February 2023 at midnight
This is your chance to bring your experience of leading learning and engagement programmes to this new and exciting role.
In this role you will curate and deliver a high-quality multi-artform programme of learning and engagement, designed to serve a diverse range of audiences as part of Tate Liverpool’s wider programme.
Tate is a leading global institution, and significant contributor to Liverpool’s cultural offer, that continues to influence critical thinking about art practice. We hold the national collection of British art, spanning 500 years, and of modern and contemporary international art that reaches across all continents: we are here to share and celebrate access to this collection and deepen understanding of its importance.
At Tate Liverpool our mission is to increase the public’s enjoyment and understanding of modern and contemporary art in creative and innovative ways. Based from the iconic Royal Albert Dock on Liverpool’s waterfront, you will join the Tate Liverpool team at a time of real change and opportunity, as we move towards a reimaged use of our buildings and new ways of connecting with our audiences.