Category Archives: jobs

We are hiring: WordPress developer for premium theme development

wordpress logoWe are looking for a developer to build a fully customisable WordPress theme. We will provide the architecture and creative but we need a talented developer to create the backend. We can be flexible with the design if it means being able to customise an existing theme so would be happy to talk to theme developers who already have their own theme library. Please contact Kristen via email for a longer job spec.

Update: This Post is now closed – we will be contacting shortlisted developers by close of business Friday 14 October. Please note that due to a large number of submissions we will only be able to contact successful candidates.


Wanted: Freelance editors/proofreaders for Russian and Arabic (modern standard)

Work with the ‘peeps

Artypeeps are seeking a Russian proofreader and an Arabic proofreader to work on a 96pp book that we have recently had translated. The book will be typeset to match the English edition, so the proofreading task will primarily be to check the layout against the English version. Native Russian/Arabic speakers would be preferred and prior proofreading/editing experience is absolutely essential. Please send your CV, along with two samples of your work and contact details for two professional references, to Kristen Harrison:

Please note that due to a high number of applications for editorial work, only successful candidates will be contacted.

Closing date: 5pm, Thursday 26th August

Great job opportunity in the arts for a young web developer/content manager

The South London Gallery is recruiting a Young People’s Web Content Manager for the Louis Vuitton Young Arts Project

This innovative co-creation project is focussed around a new contemporary art website designed for and by young people. This is being developed as part of a wider education programme of activities over two years being run in partnership with five key London venues: The South London Gallery, The Hayward Gallery, The Royal Academy, Tate Britain, and The Whitechapel Art Gallery.

The Content Manager is responsible for overseeing all online content generated through the project. Working with the LVYAP Project Manager based at the South London Gallery, you will help to establish a new contemporary art website built for and by young people. Working closely with external facilitation and design agencies you will develop an evolving online resource founded through the expression of young people. You will collaborate closely with the Young People’s Coordinator and those of the four other partner galleries to ensure effective communication of the young people’s programmes through the new website.

It is offered on an initial 12 month contract with possibility of extension for a further 12 months.

The post is part-time with an average of 2.5 days per week on a flexible basis.

The salary is £25,000 pa pro rata.

The deadline for applications is next Thursday 26 August and you can find further details here:

Further information on the project can be found here: