Summary of the role
To provide administrative support one day per week to Harlow Art Trust. This is initially a six-month contract, with the possibility of extension.
The ideal candidate will have a strong background in administration and be highly organised, able to work on their own initiative and prioritise effectively. Experience of the arts would be an advantage but not essential. The role does require flexible working as well as the ability to attend bi-monthy Trustee and Gallery meetings held in Harlow and in London. Travel expenses to and from London meetings will be provided.
Deadline for applications: Monday 29th July
Interviews will be held the week beginning 5th August
Please submit a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Harlow Art Trust (HAT) was formed in 1953 with the intention of beautifying the town of Harlow, Essex, by purchasing, commissioning and maintaining public art for its publics. The collection has since grown to over 90 sculptures, and includes work by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Elisabeth Frink and Lynn Chadwick. Today, the Trust’s overarching aim is to cement Harlow, one of the original post war new towns located between London and Cambridge, as the UK Sculpture Town.
Since 2011, the Trust has been responsible for the management of the Gibberd Gallery. The Trust delivers four special exhibitions per year, and displays the Sir Frederick Gibberd 20th Century Watercolour Collection on behalf of Harlow Council.