Full time/ 9 months (Fixed Term)
Salary: £35,000 p.a. (pro-rata)

The De La Warr Pavilion is seeking to recruit an Acting Head of Exhibitions to manage our 2021/22 exhibitions: Rock Against Racism : Militant Entertainment 1976-82 Alexi Marshall: Cursebreakers , Bassam Al-Sabah: I Am Error, Lucy Stein: Wet Room; a new commission with the Resolve Collective and an exhibition by Zineb Sadira.

You will manage relationships with artists and partners,  research, develop and deliver a new exhibition in the First floor gallery in summer 2022 and manage and deliver the existing 2021/22 exhibitions programme, as well as support the delivery of engagement programmes and the development of future business planning.

This is a fixed term post to reflect the fact that the De La Warr Pavilion is undergoing an exciting period of change that will inform a new vision and business plan for our future.

Deadline to apply:  Monday 23 August
Interviews : week beginning 30 August

Please visit our Jobs & Opportunities page for full job description and how to apply.

The De La Warr Pavilion is an Equal Opportunities Employer, committed to building a diverse and inclusive community reflecting the diversity of our society.




At the De La Warr Pavilion, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive community that reflects the diversity of our society as fully as possible.

A community of staff, residents and audiences where everyone feels valued, where their contribution matters and where they can reach their full potential, irrespective of their background, identity or circumstances.


We are at the beginning of a journey with the objective to ensure the diversity of all our staff – including volunteers and trustees – reflects our society as fully as possible.

We are in the process of reviewing our organisation’s approaches to equality, diversity and inclusion and are committed to offering awareness and insight to all our staff.

We are committed to ensuring we are hiring people that reflect the South East in its broadest form and we have identified through internal monitoring, areas that require improvement.

We are currently taking action to improve representation from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse, LGBTQ+  and lower socio-economic communities and those with a disability.

We welcome applications from the above under-represented groups.

Please contact us if you need assistance with inclusive formats to the application process..

Posted by sally on Wednesday 4 August 2021