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Grafikens Hus is looking for a talented producer and coordinator who possesses knowledge of contemporary art; has extensive experience planning and carrying out art-focused projects, programmes and workshops; and can even produce exhibits. Are you good at collaborating with others, and creating and maintaining relationships? Are you spurred on by the idea of helping more people to experience art in their everyday lives? Then come and work at one of Sweden’s most unique art museums, where the focus is on contemporary printmaking!
About the role
Grafikens Hus is a mobile art museum with its base in Södertälje. We work in an interdisciplinary fashion, in conjunction with diverse individuals and the public, in order to create open and welcoming spaces where graphic arts can be experienced. We invite artists in to explore the field of printmaking, to break down barriers and to show the possibilities of the artform. As an institution that focuses on outreach, Grafikens Hus can influence society so more people are able to engage with art in their everyday lives.
Now we are looking for a producer and coordinator who is able to work practically and independently and who is solution-oriented when handling new work tasks and situations. You should be engaged and driven and able to take responsibility for moving work tasks forward, regardless of whether you are working on your own or with others.
You should be very good at collaborating with colleagues and with external partners, and you ought to be a clear communicator. You should possess extensive knowledge of contemporary art and have visions and ideas regarding how to reach our target groups with artistic content.
Here, you will be offered a varied role at an engaged workplace that is constantly developing. You will be part of a small creative team that supports one another in our daily work and works together to make graphic arts accessible to everyone, based on local, national and international perspectives.
Your work tasks will include:
We are looking for someone with the following skills and experiences:
It is a benefit if you have:
About the workplace
At Grafikens Hus, we place significant emphasis on our values and we aim to have a welcoming and inclusive workplace, which all colleagues contribute to.
We offer a workplace where we have a streamlined decision-making method and a collective style of work. We value and leave room for the artistic process. We are a small group of engaged colleagues who possess a breadth of competencies and specialist knowledge.
The job is based on Södertälje and can include some work in the evenings or on weekends, along with some work trips. We offer the opportunity to work partially remotely, and we also offer an additional healthcare allowance.
Terms and conditions:
Type of position: Permanent, part-time role, 80%
Deadline: Submit your application by the 20th of August
Start date: As soon as possible
We have a six-month probationary period.
About the application process
Grafikens Hus aims to minimise the risk of bias and discrimination in our recruitment process and therefore we do not wish to have any information beyond what we have asked for here. We would like you to send in:
1) Your CV
2) A letter of no more than 400 words in which you describe your skills and relevant background.
Please e-mail your application to email@example.com no later than the 20th of August!
If you have any questions, please contact Grafikens Hus’s deputy museum director Anna Jönsson, firstname.lastname@example.org.