Job Vacancy | Collections and Research Assistant at The National Gallery of Ireland

Closing date for receipt of applications: 7 September 2018.

The Gallery wish to recruit a Collections & Research Assistant on a permanent basis. The purpose of this role is to assist in and carry out administrative duties in support for the Head of Collection and Research and the division. Reporting to the Head of Collections and Research (or nominated deputy), the Collections & Research Assistant will:

  • Assist the Head of Collections and Research in coordinating and compiling reports and policies
  • Contribute to the enhanced information flow between the various departments within Collections and Research
  • Coordinate record management (physical and digital) on behalf of the Collection and Research division
  • Assist in the coordination of digitation projects in Collections and Research
  • Coordinate the administrative process of making acquisitions for the Gallery
  • Act as a liaison between the Collections and Research division and the Gallery website team and keep information regarding the division up-to-date
  • Prepare, collate and distribute information for meetings
  • Act as a liaison between the Collection and Research division and the Development department
  • Coordinate the audio tour, wall texts and signage for the permanent collection
  • Schedule and set up appointments; take minutes and compile action lists
  • Complete a wide range of general administrative tasks for the Head of Collections and Research
  • Prepare, draft and edit written correspondence to internal and external stakeholders
  • Contribute to various projects within the Collections and Research division as appropriate
  • Ensure compliance with health and safety and risk assessments
  • Other duties as required

Grade and Salary: Salary will be in accordance with the 1st point of the Clerical Officer Salary scale (PPC), currently €23,107 – €38,724 per annum (pro rata) effective from 1st January 2018.

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