Opportunities

Trusts and Foundations Officer

Liverpool Biennial is looking to appoint an experienced Trusts and Foundations Officer to join its team and work with the Head of Development to secure funding from the public sector, trusts and foundations. The individual will work with the team to maintain and develop exceptional stakeholder relationships.

The post will be full-time, £19,988 - £25,675 dependent upon qualifications and experience.

To download the full job description and an application pack, please click here. If you have difficulty downloading the application please email jane@biennial.com

Closing date for the receipt of applications is Friday 29 August 2014 and interviews will be held on either Wednesday 10 or Thursday 11 September 2014.

Liverpool Biennial is committed to promoting equal opportunities and encourages and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. 


Mediators

We are now recruiting for Mediators, our volunteer opportunity for Liverpool Biennial 2014.

Liverpool Biennial is looking for enthusiastic and engaged volunteer Mediators to help provide an outstanding visitor experience as part of the Mediation Team.

Mediators are encouraged to attend The City is a School to develop a deeper understanding of this year’s Biennial Exhibition, meet arts professionals and access free professional development sessions. Volunteer Mediators are asked to commit at least one day a week for approximately eight consecutive weeks between 23 June – 14 November 2014. 

To download a full role description, please click here.

To apply, please click here


Curatorial Internships


We are currently seeking two volunteer Curatorial Interns to support the Curatorial team in the closing stages of the 2014 Biennial, research and development of the 2016 Biennial; and the delivery of the Biennial’s year-round public programme events. 

Volunteer Internships typically last for three months (two – three days per week) and specific activities and learning will include:

  • Supporting the team to keep paper and electronic files related to artists and their commissions up to date and in good order.
  • Conducting research and collating information on artists for press, marketing, grant applications and general archival purposes.
  • Conducting research and collating information on possible sites and venues for the public realm artworks.
  • In consultation with the Team, booking accommodation and travel where applicable for artists, speakers and curators, and assisting with research visits.
  • Assisting with the technical, logistical and administrative aspects of developing and delivering the year-round public programme and Australian artist residency programme.
  • Liaising with various external contacts in order to obtain information required for the research and preparation of 2016 Biennial as well as the year-round public programme, as required.

  • Internships at Liverpool Biennial are unpaid and are classed as voluntary work, however we do make reimbursement for travel to and from work, and also pay a meal allowance. Total reimbursement is £15 per day.


    If you are passionate about Contemporary Art and would like to be considered for an internship please send your CV with a covering letter of application by e-mail to jane@biennial.com no later than midday on 11th September 2014. Interviews will be held on the afternoon of Monday 15 September 2014. Please ensure that you put INTERNS 2014 as the subject title for your email.

    We look forward to hearing from you!