Rupert are searching for a colleague who would be willing and able to shape, develop and execute Rupert’s residency programme, as well as join their team in implementing other activities within the institution. The candidate is expected to take on a leadership role and curate an internationally competitive residency programme, whilst working with the Rupert team and using our collective experience and know-how.
Starting in February, the residency programme curator must be communicative, empathetic, and familiar with local and international cultural fields. We are looking for candidates who are flexible, cooperative, curious, proactive and independent.
Rupert offer you: a unique building to work in, surrounded by nature and away from the busy city-centre of Vilnius; a great way to gain experience at one of the best-known contemporary art institutions in the region; the opportunity to develop a programme while participating in the activities of local and international networks; the ability to establish connections and work together with top-level international artists; a place to implement your vision and ideas; a dynamic and stimulating day-to-day atmosphere for initiating activities and projects with great team spirit.
The residency programme curator would be offered a job contract with a three-month trial period. The work would take place in the Rupert office at Vaidilutės str. 79, Vilnius.
Payment: The monthly part-time (20-hour week) salary is 700 Eur before tax, with the possibility to extend the hours and raise the salary in the future.
Period: 3 months from February 2021
How to Apply: Send your motivational letter and CV to our email address firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight 17 January 2021.