Vacancies & Internships
We are currently seeking applications for Visitor Service Officers.
Visitor Service Officers (VSOs) contribute to the experience of visitors at the ICA Singapore. The Visitor Service Officer is responsible for welcoming and hosting visitors to the galleries and communicating information about the presented works, the ICA Singapore and LASALLE College of the Arts. The role is responsible for the security of displayed works of art, and for opening and closing the gallery at the beginning and end of each shift. The VSO records visitor attendance, and receives and records visitor feedback. They assist in the operation of public programmes and events.
Successful applicants will be interested in and knowledgeable about contemporary art. They will be punctual and reliable, with good verbal and interpersonal skills. Successful applicants will have experience in working with the public, in reception, retail and other customer service roles. Experience of working in the cultural or visitor attraction sector is desirable. Applicants must be self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision.
Contracts are six months (renewable).
To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter outlining relevant skills and your interest in the role to Ramesh Narayanan, Assistant Manager (Operations), at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 6496 5134.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore is a division of LASALLE College of the Arts. When positions become available they are advertised through LASALLE Careers.
An ICA Singapore internship presents a unique opportunity to experience a contemporary arts institution first-hand. Interns work with our curatorial and exhibitions staff to support the planning and delivery of exhibitions. They assist with research and fact-checking for exhibitions, publications and the collection, undertake administrative tasks such as archiving and correspondence, and support installations.
Placements are for a minimum of half a day per week, and normally run for six months to a year.
Internships suit university or postgraduate students with knowledge of contemporary international art and a desire to pursue a career in curating or arts administration.
Successful candidates will have the ability to work independently and as part of a team, and excellent interpersonal skills. They will also pay close attention to details, demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills, and possess sound all-round computing skills (Mac).
To apply, please email your CV, and a letter outlining relevant skills and your interest in the role to Melanie Pocock, Assistant Curator: email@example.com. For further information, please contact Melanie via email or telephone +65 6496 5075.
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