Learning Coordinator

We are look­ing for a Learn­ing Coor­di­na­tor to pro­vide sup­port to the devel­op­ment and deliv­ery of learn­ing ini­tia­tives at Hauser & Wirth Somerset.

00:00 31/01/23
£33,000 - £35,000 per annum
Contact Name
Laura Brinicombe
Working directly with the Associate Director of Learning Europe the role will include, but not be limited to the following responsibilities:

• To manage all educational tours, activities and workshops for schools, student, and community groups
• Deploy and manage freelance staff where required to support the programme
• Champion access for a broad spectrum of learner groups to Hauser & Wirth Somerset
• Work alongside learning colleagues in other global locations to ensure a holistic approach and consistency to the program.
• Collaboration with Event Teams, Artist Teams, and Gallery Assistants to ensure the education program is embedded into wider gallery activities
• Liaising with Hauser & Wirth Somerset event team and Artfarm to co-ordinate education events into the wider Somerset program
• Maintaining, managing, and ordering all materials and resources required for the delivery of the education program
• Ensure all education events are well documented, reported on, keeping key stakeholders informed throughout the process
• Ensure education requirements e.g. risk assessments, public liability and policies are developed and adhered to

• Manage philanthropic and charity projects related to the local and wider community
• Under the guidance of the Associate Director of Learning Europe, manage the education budget always ensuring best value, and global parity
• Develop the network and contacts of local partners
• Produce sound qualitative and quantitative documentation of the profile of the partnership programs in the UK

• Provide administration for the research and development of the learning and partnership programme at Hauser & Wirth Somerset
• Producing high quality presentations and reports to reflect the activities, outcomes and impact of the education program, partnerships and collaborations
• Managing invitation mail outs and guest lists for education and partnership events

Required knowledge, skills and qualifications:
• A graduate of either a BA or MA in Fine Art, Art History or a related subject, or equivalent work experience of at least 3 years
• At least three years’ experience of administration, education, development of exhibitions and events in a gallery setting
• Evidence of working with children in an education setting and understanding best practice
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Organised with an ability to prioritise
• Computer literate – familiarity with Mac OS is desirable
• Candidate should be meticulous with attention to detail
• Proactive attitude
• Team player