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IMMA (Irish Museum of Modern Art) is Ireland’s leading National Institution of Contemporary and Modern Art. Based in its home at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin 8, IMMA is celebrated for its vibrant and dynamic exhibitions and engagement programmes and is committed to creating an enjoyable and engaging experience of contemporary art for everyone.
The following opportunities are now available:
Due to retirement, we are looking to recruit a Financial Controller to join our Resources Team on a Full Time/ Permanent Basis.
Working with the Head of Resources and Enterprise, the role will lead the Finance Function at IMMA in the delivery of effective financial management, control, compliance and reporting. The role will manage the Finance Team to deliver in all aspects of the accounting cycle: transactional processing to management and statutory accounting, and play a key role in business decision support for this leading Cultural Organisation and Charity.
Deadline for applications is Thursday 31st August 2017. For more information and how to apply: Download The Role Profile (PDF)Required Application Documents
IMMA is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Art and Ageing Fellowship
The Irish Museum of Modern Art wish to appoint a Fellow to work with our Art and Ageing Programme.
In the past year IMMA has worked within the institution to develop both awareness and skills with its staff in relation to welcoming and facilitating people living with dementia and their families/carers to the museum. The purpose of the Fellowship is to create the potential for more interventions for people living with dementia and embed practice in our programmes through adopting an action research model which will allow for testing out new ways to develop the Azure model, identify evaluation methodologies that are sensitive to the ‘social model ‘ of engagement that we are adopting and to work in partnership with our medical colleagues in (External) the MISA institute and Trinity College to both grow the number of participants in our programmes and to reflect on its effectiveness and to disseminate the learning through our national and international networks.
Application Deadline: 5pm, Friday 25 August
For more information and how to apply: Download This Fellowship Profile (PDF)
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