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We are seeking a temporary Learning Officer for six months to manage a creative and innovative programme of learning opportunities for families, members of the community and diverse audiences, particularly during Turner Prize 2019.  

To apply, please complete the application form below.

Deadline for applications: 26/08/19 5pm

Interviews to be held in Margate: 03/09/19

Applying for a position at Turner Contemporary

If you wish to apply for a vacancy, please download our application form. Please note that we do not accept applications by CV.

Before completing your application form, please ensure that you read the job description for the vacancy. If you have any difficulty completing your form, please call us on 01843 233002 or email

If you have any questions about the role, please contact Karen Eslea, Head of Learning and Visitor Experience, on 01843 233015 or email

The application form plays an important part in the selection process, both as a tool for helping us to shortlist candidates for interview and as a basis for the interview itself. Any decision to shortlist you for interview will be based solely upon the information you supply on your application form.

Once you have completed your application form this should be returned to Julia Gavriel, Administrative Co-ordinator, applications@turnercontemporary.orgor Turner Contemporary, Rendezvous, Margate, CT9 1HG. 

Please note that applications need to be received by 5pm on the closing date unless otherwise stated.

Turner Contemporary takes promoting the equality of opportunity seriously and is committed to building a diverse workforce. All our vacancies are advertised to ensure that everyone has access to opportunities within Turner Contemporary. Going through the process of applying for one of our vacancies is the best way to show how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the specific role advertised. We can therefore only accept applications through this process and cannot accept CVs.

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Thu 25 Jul 2019