Jerwood Arts is the leading independent funder dedicated to supporting UK artists, curators and producers to develop and thrive. To deliver our mission over the next period we are looking for outstanding individuals to take up four roles in our small team, based in our office at Jerwood Space in London.

Please download the job pack for the role that you are interested in. Inside you will find a letter from our Director, job description, person specification, terms and conditions, information about our commitment to equal opportunities and guidance to help you make an application. If you feel you meet the requirements for one of the roles and would like to apply, click on APPLY NOW at the bottom of this page.

Exhibitions Manager

Deadline for applications: 24 February 2020

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This is a key role responsible for managing our exhibitions at Jerwood Space and on tour nationally, supporting the Head of Visual Arts to realise an ambitious year-round exhibitions programme for early-career artists.

Project Officer

Deadline for applications: 2 March 2020

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This new role will be responsible for supporting the administration and delivery of a wide range of funding programmes with an emphasis on data, communications and learning.

Executive Assistant

Deadline for applications: 9 March 2020

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This new role will be responsible for providing dedicated support to Lilli Geissendorfer, Director of Jerwood Arts, and a wide range of team support to enable the effective delivery of our activities.

Finance and Office Administrator

Deadline for applications: 9 March 2020

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This new role will be responsible for Jerwood Arts’ financial processing, develop our human resource support for the team and create a productive and well-supported working environment.


Click APPLY NOW to make an application for any of the jobs above once you have downloaded and read through the information.

Our application portal has a save and continue function to help you make your application. You can also download a Word version of the form here to work on your application offline. All applications must be completed and submitted online to be considered. If you experience any technical difficulties with making an application, please contact us on 020 7261 0279 /




We are committed to inclusion and strive to achieve equal opportunities in our recruitment procedure, welcoming applications from people of any colour, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, socio-economic background, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, age or disability. We actively encourage those who are currently under-represented in the arts sector to apply.

Please contact us on 020 7261 0279 / should you have any access requirements or need any reasonable adjustments to be made in order to apply.

To improve the accessibility of our recruitment, we no longer accept CVs. You will need to complete the online application form. This is to level the playing field between candidates and allow us to reduce bias by assessing applications without names and other personal details attached.

We ask applicants to complete our Equal Opportunities Form, which helps us monitor the diversity of our organisation and our work. Your responses will be held separately from your application and treated in confidence.