Requirement: full-time, fixed-term (maternity cover)
Location: London office
Salary: details on application
Deadline: 4pm on 15 January 2015
Start date: TBC March/April 2015
Frieze is seeking a confident and dynamic individual with excellent organisational and communication skills to work in a client-facing role within the Sponsorship Department, across Frieze London, Frieze New York, and Frieze Masters.
The Sponsorship Department is responsible for generating both cash and in-kind sponsorships and partnerships across all Frieze fairs.
Reporting to the Head of Sponsorship, the Sponsorship Manager will be responsible for sourcing, developing and managing new relationships with cash and in-kind sponsors for three art fairs. In addition, the role will include responsibility for overseeing and managing hotel partnerships in both London and New York, as well as an involvement with the delivery of client hospitality events at all three fairs.
All candidates wishing to apply should be commercially minded, entrepreneurial and able to work effectively to tight deadlines. In addition, they should be willing to travel and work overseas on occasion.
The position would suit someone with some experience within a sales or development role, preferably within sponsorship or development. Knowledge and experience of the art market or a strong interest in arts & culture is desirable, but not essential.
Application: To apply for this position please send a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Sponsorship Manager’ in the subject line at your earliest convenience and no later than 4pm on 15 January 2015.
The position is a maternity cover; it will start in March/April TBC and run for a period of 8-12 months. First interviews will take place in February 2015.
Requirement: full-time, permanent
Salary: depending on experience
Deadline: 10am on 9 January 2015
Location: London office
Frieze is seeking a digital producer to work across multiple online platforms, managing the digital presence of Frieze.
The successful candidate will oversee the Frieze website liaising with key stakeholders, including editorial, communications and IT, to develop the company's content strategy.
The ideal candidate will have a keen interest in contemporary art, a proven track record of creating digital content including experience of developing text, images, audio, and video. The ability to be able to multi-task and project manage across the business are also required.
Knowledge of HTML would be advantageous but is not essential. There is an in-house team of developers and designers to support your projects.
To apply, please send a covering letter and CV through to email@example.com, as soon as possible and before 10am on 9 January 2015.