|The National Portrait Gallery houses a unique collection of all forms of portraiture of the people who have made or are currently contributing to British history and culture; the collection is the most comprehensive of its kind in the world. With around 2 million visitors each year and a strong national and international presence through touring exhibitions and special projects, the Gallery is one of the country’s most important and popular galleries.
The National Portrait Gallery is seeking to appoint a Participation Project Manager to develop and deliver an engaging learning project to four London children’s hospitals.
The Participation Project Manager will be responsible for engaging new, hard to reach audiences beyond the galley and broadening our work with hospitals, working with young people of all ages with a variety of health conditions through activities that are tailored to meet individual interests & needs.
The successful candidate will be a creative thinker with insights and ideas in exploring collections and a strong collaborator with the ability to work independently and manage experimental projects.
In return you will have the opportunity to work with an outstanding collection and a range of contemporary artists to deliver a child centred project which enhances opportunities for learning for children of all ages and abilities.
Further information about the role as well as details of how to apply can be found via the National Portrait Gallery website.
Closing date for returned applications is 9:00am on 25 February 2019. Interviews will be held on 4 March 2019.
Please indicate on your form if you will be unable to make this particular date.
We are committed to the employment and development of disabled people. We guarantee to interview anyone with a disability whose application meets the minimum criteria for this post. To be invited to interview/assessment, you must show in your supporting statement that you meet the minimum criteria for the role, across all essential criteria. If you tell us that you have a disability we can make reasonable adjustments at interview, and, if you join us, to your work arrangements.