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Modern Art Oxford offers a wide range of opportunities for many career paths. We have teams working in Finance, Communications, Digital, our Shop and Café, Fundraising, Building Operations, Exhibitions and Creative Learning so, even if you’ve never worked in an art gallery before, our work requires the skills and experiences of people from many different backgrounds.

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EDI and recruitment

We are committed to improving the diversity in our workforce in order to better reflect the diversity of our local communities. All job vacancies are advertised here as part of a fair and open process. We welcome applications from people of all cultures and ethnicities, including those that may experience racism, as part of our Anti-racism Action Plan.
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Our mission

Modern Art Oxford is Oxford’s only public space dedicated to contemporary art and culture. We pride ourselves on innovative and ambitious programming, our commitment to education, and our confidence in the power of visual culture and art to enact positive social change.
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With flexible opportunities to suit everyone and the opportunity to see behind the scenes and meet new people, volunteering at Modern Art Oxford is a fun and rewarding way of learning about the world of contemporary art. Join our community today.
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Current vacancies

Cafe Assistant - Bank Staff

The Café is an important part of Modern Art Oxford’s services and provides an important source of income for the gallery. Our Café Assistant will ensure that we provide a welcoming, friendly environment, serving a high quality menu with excellent customer service. Café training will be provided where necessary.

Development Assistant

This exciting role in our Development team will support a broad portfolio of activity from daily record keeping duties to supporter engagement. The post holder will be motivated, able to show initiative and work independently as well as liaise with colleagues from across departments to achieve common goals within tight timeframes.

Producer (Adults and Communities)

This part-time fixed-term two-year role is responsible for the planning and delivery, development and evaluation of Modern Art Oxford’s workshop offer for adult learners and community groups.