Installation view; metaphysical conundrums by Sara Haq, Bethlem Gallery 2021. Photographer: Manuela Barczewski

We’re hiring a Trainee Producer

Are you interested in working with artists and being part of a small, dedicated Gallery team? This Bethlem Gallery traineeship will give the successful applicant the opportunity to develop a career as a producer in the field of visual arts, and build their skills and experience through direct involvement in commissioning artists.  

This is an 8-month targeted positive action traineeship for someone from a global majority background. People from this background are currently under-represented in the creative industries. A DCMS report from 2016 reported that 11% of jobs in the UK’s creative economy were filled by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) workers.  In London, 23.4% of creative economy jobs are filled by BAME groups, compared to 32.9% of jobs outside the creative economy 

Bethlem Gallery has been commissioned to produce and manage the Art Strategy for two new hospital buildings. This role will work on this project, supported by the Gallery’s producer and wider team. 

Details

Job Title: Trainee Producer
Reports to: Independent Producer, Bethlem Gallery
Location: Bethlem Gallery /Maudsley Hospital / Remote working
Hours: Part-time – 2 days (or 15 hours per week). We are open to flexible working arrangements. Some evening and weekend work may be required.
Salary: £23,000 pro rata 
Contract length: 8-month fixed term contract 

To apply for the role, you must be eligible to work in the UK and identify as a person of the global majority. 

Please download our application pack here: Bethlem Gallery Trainee Producer Role 2021.

Image credit: Installation view; metaphysical conundrums by Sara Haq, Bethlem Gallery 2021. Photographer: Manuela Barczewski

This post is supported by The Baring Foundation.