Opportunity type:Permanent, Full-time
Working hours:36 hours per week
Salary:£51,000 per annum
Closing date:25 February 2024 at midnight
Tate’s Senior Security and Safety Manager will provide expert advice across Tate’s sites, including our Galleries in London, Liverpool and St Ives and our collection storage facilities. With the ability to build strong, collaborative relationships and a commitment to driving a culture of continuous improvement, you will have a passion for problem solving in a fast-paced, dynamic, public environment.
No two days are the same, and as Senior Security and Safety Manager you will work with colleagues across a range of disciplines to deliver unique, ambitious projects which meet our artistic risk-taking ambitions. Safety and security are at the heart of a positive visitor experience, and your input will be integral to the smooth running of gallery operations, welcoming 8 million visitors a year.
The ideal candidate will have experience developing policy and procedure, with an ability to influence and gain the buy-in of senior stakeholders.
Our jobs are like our galleries, open to all
If you wish to apply for this vacancy, please apply online. Please also refer to our Guidance Notes that can be found below.
Frequently, we receive a high level of applications and as such, reserve the right to close applications before the advert deadline. To avoid disappointment, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
Successful candidates will have access to a range of benefits, including 25 days annual leave entitlement, rising to 27 days pro rata after 3 years of service; an extra day off for your birthday each year; a cycle to work scheme; opportunities for blended and flexible working; free access to Tate exhibitions and other museums and galleries; Life Assurance; and a ‘Defined Contribution’ pension scheme with generous employer contributions. Successful candidates who are already members of the Civil Service Pension Scheme or have recently left the scheme may be eligible to remain as members of this scheme instead.