Vacancies

We're Hiring! - Gallery Manager & Printmaking Intern

 

Australian Print Workshop is currently offering two exciting opportunities to join our small, dedicated team:

Gallery Manager (maternity leave replacement position)

This is a full-time temporary position up to 12 months (provisional start date late January/early February 2020)

Often the public's first point of contact with APW, the Gallery Manager is a critical role in our organisation. We are seeking a candidate who offers exceptional customer service and organisational skills and who values the significant opportunities for professional development this position offers.

To be considered for this role, candidates must be able to demonstrate strong skills and experience in gallery management and sales; customer service; stock management; social media, website and database maintenance. 

Experience in working with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and knowledge of the non-profit arts industry will be regarded favourably.

A tertiary qualification in a related field is highly desirable.

Applications close 24 November 2019.

Applicants are expected to read the detailed Position Description before applying.

Applications comprising

  • a covering letter outlining skills, qualifications and experience as they relate to the position
  • an up-to-date curriculum vitae/resume
  • telephone and email contacts for two referees

should be submitted by email to auspw@bigpond.com

 

Printmaking Intern

The APW Internship is a twelve-month, part-time (Tuesday-Friday) paid position to commence in January/February 2020.

The APW Printmaking Internship offers a rare opportunity for someone who is passionate about printmaking and interested in pursuing a career in the field of fine art printmaking to gain valuable hands-on experience in a professional print studio and gallery.

Working under the guidance of APW’s highly skilled printers, the APW Intern will gain practical experience across a range of printing techniques and studio management skills. The role also offers broader experience in arts administration through assisting APW staff with other aspects of the Workshop’s operations, including the education and exhibitions programs, and gallery operations.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate basic printmaking skills and/or knowledge of printmaking and contemporary art.

Applications close 24 November 2019.

Applicants are expected to read the detailed Position Description before applying.

Applications comprising

  • a covering letter outlining skills, qualifications and experience as they relate to the position
  • an up-to-date curriculum vitae/resume
  • telephone and email contacts for two referees

should be submitted by email to auspw@bigpond.com