Yale Union seeks a Lead Curator to begin working part-time in 2019 in preparation for a full-time position beginning mid-2020. The Lead Curator will be responsible for three to four major exhibitions per year, as well as auxiliary programming. The term of this position will be three years, with the option of extending the contract by mutual agreement. A generous travel budget is included, but the Lead Curator should live in Portland and is expected to work cooperatively with the Yale Union team. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Yale Union also seeks a Designer, who will be responsible for web, print, and exhibition design. If suitable, we welcome Lead Curator & Designer team applications. Ideal candidates for Designer will be able to begin working part-time in 2019. The Designer will work closely with the Lead Curator, the Executive Director, and with our onsite printing press operators. Although preferable, this candidate is not required to reside in Portland. The term of this position will be three years, with the option of extending the contract by mutual agreement. Salary is commensurate with experience.
The Lead Curator and Designer will join a small team of administrators, curators, researchers, and artists currently employed by Yale Union. Yale Union is a 501 c/3 non-profit entity in Portland, Oregon, USA, founded by artists in 2008. Both Lead Curator and Designer will report directly to the Executive Director of Yale Union. Please visit www.yaleunion.org to learn about the history of the institution.
Please submit your CV(s), cover letter, and any examples of work that you feel are applicable. This will be a two-part application process, with the first deadline for application submissions on February 10, 2018. Successful candidates will be notified by March 31 and asked to apply for the second round of submissions in Spring 2018.
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Yale Union is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, protected veteran or disability status, or economic status.