We are looking for a Programme Coordinator
Frame Contemporary Art Finland is looking for a Programme Coordinator to manage Frame’s International Visitor Programme in collaboration with the Head of Programme during 1.2.–31.11.2021
We expect the successful applicant to have studied art and/or acquired a knowledge of contemporary art in Finland and internationally. Fluent spoken and written English language is also expected. Finnish language skills is not a requirement.
You are goal oriented, take initiative and have good organisational skills. You also have excellent social skills.
Frame advocates equity within the contemporary art field. We hope to receive applications from a varied age group, diversity of genders and from persons belonging to language, cultural or other minorities. In your application you may mention belonging to any of these groups. All information will be processed confidentially.
The job is part time (60 %). The salary is 1 700€ per month.
We offer a unique opportunity to gain insight of the contemporary art field and a creative, friendly working environment.
Please send your motivation letter and CV (in one pdf file) in English by Sunday, 10th of January 2021 to email@example.com. Include in your email’s subject line ”Programme Coordinator 2021”.
Frame is an advocate for Finnish contemporary art. Frame supports international initiatives, facilitates professional partnerships, and promotes the visibility of Finnish art abroad through grants, a visitor programme and residencies, seminars and talks, exhibition collaborations and network platforms. Our International Visitor Programme is one of the main tools supporting the networking of Finnish contemporary art professionals.
Inquiries regarding the Programme Coordinator position:
Head of Programme Jussi Koitela
firstname.lastname@example.org, +358 50 471 7711
Inquiries by phone on the 21st and 22nd of December 2020 between 10 am to 3 pm and on the 4th, 5ht, 7th and 8th of January 2021 between 10 am to 3 pm.
Image: Frame’s international expert visitors curators Clelia Coussonnet and Rosa Tolnov Clausen participating in the Rehearsing Hospitalities 2019 in Museum of Impossible Forms.