£22,000 pa (0.6 pro rata)
From January 2019
Temporary 12 Month contract, with 1 month probation period
3 days a week, 10am – 6pm
LUX is seeking a creative and highly organised Programme Assistant to join its small friendly team as maternity cover until March 2020. The role is central to the development and delivery of LUX’s ambitious programme, including its monthly exhibition series BL CK B X, as well as screenings, performances, workshops and courses.
The post-holder will work closely with the Deputy Director, as well as the Director and members of the Distribution team. They will assist with research, planning and implementation of the public programme. They will lead on all communication strategies, social media, and marketing related enquiries, and create and deliver relevant supporting visual materials—this includes posters (digital and physical), press releases, and exhibition booklets. They will oversee creation of all newsletters, including the weekly newswire, which aggregates all artists’ moving image related events in London, and should be available to work at some events and exhibition openings. The post-holder will update and maintain the LUX website, manage and archive documentation of LUX projects and press, and audience monitoring. They will oversee website traffic, using google and social analytics, and its relation to posted content, collection, and shop products.
Please note this role involves regular evening and weekend work supporting LUX public events with time of in lieu, so a degree of flexibility is needed in this role. Candidates should have at least one year’s experience in a similar role, or have conducted relevant work experience.
LUX particularly welcomes applications from individuals from ethnic minority backgrounds, from low income backgrounds and disabled people all who are currently underrepresented in the visual arts sector in the UK.
For further information about the post, person specification and how to apply, please download a recruitment pack here, and an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form here.
They are both available in large format here, and here.
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