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Programme Coordinator, Clore Hub

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Opportunity type:Permanent, Full-time 

Working hours:36 hours per week  

Salary:£25,774 per annum  

Location:London - Tate Modern, Bankside  

Closing date:28 April 2019 at midnight 

Tate’s vision is to serve as artistically adventurous and culturally inclusive art museums for the UK and the world. We deliver this through activities in our four galleries across the UK (Tate Liverpool, Tate St Ives, Tate Britain and Tate Modern), our digital platforms and collaborations with our national and international partners. At the heart of Tate is our collection of art, which includes British art from the 16th century to the present day, and international modern art from 1900 to the present day.

From August 2019, the new Clore Hub at Tate Modern will be a space to meet, make, talk, play, rest and eat with your family, friends and neighbours. This exciting new role sits within the Community & Social Practice team also working closely with Learning and Visitor Experience teams and will oversee, co-ordinate and support the programme based in the Clore Hub, ensuring effective planning and delivery of projects and events, smooth running of the spaces and a welcome for all users.

You will manage and update programme schedules, through internal events planning and production systems, ensuring these are communicated appropriately as well as set up systems to ensure that schedules are communicated across multiple stakeholders with access to the space, including Tate Events and Art Handling. You will meet and welcome groups using the spaces and support teams coordinating the organisation and logistics of key projects based in the Clore Hub. You will be responsible for managing bookings as well as support staff, artists and partners with guidelines on using the spaces ensuring they are aware of and are complying with working procedures and statutory policies.

With proven experience of creating a welcoming environment in a public facing or visitor experience setting combined with office administration or programme coordination, you will have an understanding and interest in current approaches to creative learning and community social practice. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills with experience of conveying information clearly across a range of formats in a way that is accessible to different audiences and be highly organised with the ability to manage logistics for small – large scale events.

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