Do you enjoy being part of a
creative and commercial team?
Are you experienced in the
production and distribution of publications?
Have you got demonstrable skills in
copy editing and proof reading?
Do you enjoy managing and delivering
We are looking for a meticulous and
organised Publications Manager to be wholly responsible for the production, sale
and distribution of the Documents of Contemporary Art series, and to provide
support and expertise to our Curatorial colleagues in the production and
distribution of Exhibition Catalogues. Your income-generating role in the
Whitechapel Gallery Ventures team will provide a vital contribution towards
supporting the ongoing work of the Gallery including its world-class
You will bring skills in copy
editing and proof reading as well as having a firm grasp on copyright clearance
and distribution processes. Meticulous organisation and attention to detail
will underpin your ownership of publications stock management and reporting,
whilst a passion for project management will make you a deadline-driven
multitasker. An understanding of current debates in contemporary art and
culture will support your work on delivering our internationally recognised Documents
of Contemporary Art series.
One-year fixed term, part-time
contract (open to discussion around contracted
expected 3/4 days per week)
Hours of work: 9.30am –
5.45pm, Monday to Friday
Salary: £30,000 - £32,000
full time equivalent; pro rata upto 4 days per week
The period of notice is 2
months in writing on either side
Probation period: 6 months
For further information, please refer to the job description, which is available to download from our website.
How To Apply
complete the application form and equality & diversity monitoring forms,
available to download here,and return to [email protected] by midnight on Monday 29th August.
The Whitechapel Gallery strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian, ethnic minority, and/or disabled applicants as these groups are currently underrepresented in the Arts sector.