Job opportunities

A career in the arts is a fulfilling, challenging and exciting one, whether your passion is for marketing, education, or curation.

We are a small team, and paid roles within the organisation (either full-time or freelance) are limited. However, this page will be immediately updated whenever a paid opportunity arises. Please also refer to this page for the latest volunteer opportunities. Please note that we do not accept unsolicited exhibition proposals from artists.

Current opportunities

We are currently recruiting for the below roles:


Salary: £18-20K pro rata

Hours: Part-time (21 hours per week)

Role Summary: To programme, fundraise and deliver exhibitions, projects, residencies, associated events, on and off-site and contribute fully to audience development. To manage the Artist Associates programme, supporting the freelance Artist Advisor.

Deadline: Please email your application to by Monday 18 December

Click here to download the Application Pack.



Participation & Digital Arts Apprenticeship

Weekly wage: £105.00

Hours:  Full-time (30 hours per week)

Role Summary: The apprentice will work on the delivery of a project called PONToon. PONToon will provide opportunities for young women aged 18-35 to develop digital skills. Responsibilities include:

  • Supporting delivery of workshops and events 
  • Setting up the Learning Space for workshops and events
  • Assisting with surveys and feedback
  • Researching artists
  • Supporting administration tasks
  • Assisting with marketing & social media

Please read the full description on the Gov.UK website (below).

Deadline: Please click here and complete the application form by Friday 5 January.



Audience Development & Fundraising Apprenticeship

Weekly wage: £105.00

Hours:  Full-time (30 hours per week)

Role Summary: The apprentice will work on the information desk to provide a warm welcome to our visitors, assisting in: volunteer coordination, social media and marketing, data-capture/audience research, fundraising, support of events and basic administration.

  • Meeting & greeting visitors in person and over the telephone, responding in a professional and courteous manner
  • Talking to visitors and providing information about our exhibitions and projects
  • Supporting the coordination of the volunteer programme
  • Assisting with collecting audience surveys; updating spreadsheets via Google Sheets
  • Contribute to social media activities, updating Aspex’s various online platforms
  • Supporting fundraising, including talking about the organisation and its work to visitors and helping at special events
  • Contribute creatively through design and taking photographs
  • General administration

Please read the full description on the Gov.UK website (below).

Deadline: Please click here and complete the application form by Friday 5 January.




Voluntary Positions:

We recruit volunteers on a three-month basis. Please visit our Volunteering page for further information.