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Vacancies for Paid Positions

1. Part-time Gallery Assistant (part-time worker position)

The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) is a charity dedicated to promoting engagement with the visual arts. We own and run the RBSA Gallery, just off St Paul’s Square in Birmingham, and are looking for a Part-Time Gallery Assistant to join our dedicated and energetic team.

Please download and view the application pack for full details. The application pack is available to download from the upper-right corner of this page.

If you would like to apply, please complete the application form and return it by email to Natalie Osborne, Learning and Engagement Manager, natalie@rbsa.org.uk.

Interviews will be offered on a rolling basis. If you have not heard from us within one month of submitting your application, please assume that your application has not been successful on this occasion.


Opportunities and Vacancies for Unpaid Volunteer Positions

There are several different positions available such as: Volunteer Archive Assistants, Volunteer Membership Researchers and ‘New Curator’ Volunteers. These types of positions are normally advertised in October/November-time each year. If you have any queries about volunteering, please send your CV and queries to natalie@rbsa.org.uk.

Please note: we receive a large number of applications but have a limited number of opportunities and resources. Therefore, the application process is competitive and we are unable to offer positions to all applicants.


What our Volunteers say...

'I have really enjoyed my time volunteering at the RBSA Gallery, I have learnt a lot about the different aspects involved in working at an art gallery. This has given me experience of carrying out creative and practical tasks, including exhibition installation, promoting the gallery and assisting during events and artist workshops. I think volunteering at the RBSA is a good opportunity for anyone who would like to learn more about working in the arts, and to gain new skills which will be useful for them in the future.'

Fay Andreas (New Curator Volunteer 2015, Gallery Assistant Volunteer 2016)