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Assistant Visual Arts Producer

  • Job Type: Permanent

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Assistant Visual Art Producer Art on the Underground Salary: £30,000 18-month fixed-term contract Overview of Role Art on the Underground invites artists to create projects for London's Underground that are seen by millions of people each day, changing the way people experience their city. The programme incorporates a range of projects - live performance works, temporary commissions and major permanent works - producing critically acclaimed artworks that are accessible to all. Since its inception, Art on the Underground has presented commissions by UK-based and international artists including Heather Phillipson, Yayoi Kusama, Mark Wallinger, and Njideka Akunyili Crosby, allowing the programme to remain at the forefront of contemporary debate on how art can shape public space. The programme is delivered by a dedicated team led by the Head of Art on the Underground. There is an exciting opportunity to join the team as Assistant Visual Art Producer working on this internationally recognised visual arts programme. Role Scope The role holder supports the technical and project management of the Art on the Underground programme to bring to life the different cultural events and projects planned by the team across a unique 2021 & 2022 programme. The position supports alignment to the requirements of TfL's brand, design guidelines and overall Customer Experience strategy intentions, working closely with artists, third party contractors and internal TfL stakeholders. Key Accountabilities To support Art on the Underground in the delivery of an 18-month programme of commissions across 2021 and 2022. The programme includes major projects at Brixton station and Stratford station, and new commissions at Westminster, Bethnal Green and Notting Hill stations. Key accountabilities include but are not limited to: Maintain project programmes including detailed install schedules, flagging issues to the team Maintain project risk registers, updating and reporting on project risks Support the completion of other technical compliance policies relating to the commission e.g. OANs, concession requests, S1088, storage licences Assist in completion of TfL Pathway documentation Maintain technical project files and other correspondence where appropriate Support the Visual Arts Producer in maintaining the project budgets Undertake financial processing tasks for projects, to include raising shopping carts and purchase orders Review and flag any operational impacts to project e.g. review of competing space allocations, planned works, wider TfL/London Underground initiatives Set up meetings as required by the team, developing good relationships with suppliers and contractors Organise support for the artist including research, setting up meetings and sourcing materials as and when required Arrange LU access passes for install teams and other suppliers, accompanying contractors to site where necessary Assist with launch event(s), private views, stakeholder site visits, press views and other access required by Art on the Underground Support administrative activities of the programme, including team documentation, team meetings, travel schedules, and other activity as required Organise project documents following project completion to support effective knowledge management Skills, knowledge and experience Skills High degree of proven written and verbal communication skills Ability to understand time sensitivities and life cycle of projects Ability to liaise confidently with internal and external stakeholders Ability to engage with operational staff to understand how cultural projects can enhance our customers' experience of LU Ability to use Microsoft Office Knowledge Knowledge of project delivery and processes to include risk registers, document filing, and technical compliance policies. Knowledge of public transport issues in general and the structure of the public transport industry in London. An appreciation of financial reporting and cost control processes An appreciation of contemporary visual arts and cultural sectors in London and internationally. Experience Experience of working collaboratively, efficiently and consistently and with a flexible approach Experience in project management and developing and managing a prioritised work programme Some experience of overseeing production processes relevant to art projects, such as design, fabrication and technical installation processes Some experience in overseeing financial processes, to include requesting quotes and processing invoices Equality and Diversity We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability status. On this recruitment campaign, as part of TfL's continuing commitment to be an inclusive and equal opportunity employer we will be removing personal identifiable information from CVs and covering letters that could cause discrimination. The closing date for applications is Sunday 3rd January :59 Interviews will take place late January 2021 Benefits In return for your commitment and expertise, you will enjoy excellent benefits and scope to grow. Rewards vary according to the business area but mostly include: Final salary pension scheme Free travel for you on the TfL network A 75% discount on National Rail Season Ticket and interest-free loan 30 days annual leave plus public and bank holidays Private healthcare discounted scheme (optional) Tax-efficient cycle-to-work programme Retail, health, leisure and travel offers Discounted Eurostar travel
  • Job Type: Permanent

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London, England, London, SW1V, United Kingdom

  • Ad ID:  18573281
  • Ad Type:  Offered
  • Posted on:  03/01/2021, 02:54
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