Producer, Young People & Schools

  • Job Reference: 165536_MOA
  • Date Posted: 20 May 2024
  • Recruiter: CHM Recruitment
  • Location: Oxford, Oxfordshire
  • Salary: £11,997 to £30,000
  • Sector: Advert / Media / Entertainment, Education, Hospitality & Tourism
  • Job Type: Contract, Fixed Term, Maternity Cover, Part Time

Job Description

Producer, Young People & Schools (Maternity Cover)
£30,000 per annum, pro rata (Actual £11,997)
Location: Oxford, 0X1 1BP
Hours: 2.5 days, part time
Contract: Maternity Cover (August 2024 - August 2025)

Creative Learning and Participation is at the heart of Modern Art Oxford’s programme.  We offer educational experiences for visitors of all ages, using art and creativity to reach thousands of people from Oxfordshire and beyond every year.

The Producer, Young People & Schools is a 2.5 day part-time fixed term role (August 2024 - August 2025) responsible for the planning, delivery, development and evaluation of Modern Art Oxford’s programme offer for young people and school groups. The position forms part of the Communities, Practice & Participation team (CPP) and is managed by the Head of Communities, Practice and Participation (CPP) at Modern Art Oxford (MAO).

Person Specification

We are looking for an arts professional (artist, curator, educator) with strong interest in creative socially-engaged practice and with a minimum of three years’ experience devising and delivering early year’s projects, working with young people from all backgrounds.  This role requires a highly proactive team worker who demonstrates the importance of effective, consistent communication in a dynamic organisation delivering a range of engagement activities.  It is imperative that the position holder is astute in observing safeguarding practices for all workshop participants in accordance with Safeguarding and Health & Safety policy, which includes risk assessments ahead of workshops.

A more comprehensive list of the role responsibilities and more information about Modern Art Oxford can be found on our website.


  • 25 days annual leave plus eight public bank holidays.
  • Employees are entitled to up to a 25% discount in Modern Art Oxford Shop and Café.
  • Employee Assistance Programme through Gemelli.
  • Cycle and Home & Tech schemes available via BHN extras.
  • An auto-enrolment pension scheme is in place with Legal & General. Under pension auto enrolment legislation, the employee will pay 5% (before tax relief) and the employer will pay 3% of qualifying earnings to the Legal and General plan.

Application deadline 17/06/2024


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Modern Art Oxford is one of the UK’s most exciting and influential contemporary art organisations, renowned for its bold and ambitious artistic programme that promotes diversity and internationalism and celebrates contemporary art as a progressive agent of social change.

Modern Art Oxford welcomes more than 100,000 visitors each year with 10,000 attendances in creative learning and participation activities. The organisation’s digital content reaches 450,000 through Modern Art Oxford’s digital channels annually. Through a wide range of high-quality content creation and programming, Modern Art Oxford aims to make contemporary art accessible and engaging to the widest audience and to promote creativity in all of its visual forms. Over the last 50 years Modern Art Oxford has brought some of the world’s most important artists to the city, and the UK, and has developed an international reputation for pioneering emerging and under-represented artists.

Modern Art Oxford is a registered charity and relies on core funding from Arts Council England and Oxford City Council, and the generous support of individuals, trusts and foundations, sponsors, and friends.

Modern Art Oxford is committed to creating equality of opportunity for all and we value diversity in our team. As part of our Anti-racism Action Plan, we welcome applications from people from the global majority who are under-represented in our sector.

No agencies please.