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About IMMA > Job Opportunities

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.

Please find current vacancies below:

IMMA Transition Year Work Placement Callout

Are you interested in art, architecture, galleries, museums, art history or design in general? Curious about what a career in the art world entails? Would you like to know how a museum works from its exhibitions and education to other behind the scenes work such as fundraising and security, to its press and publicity? 

IMMA is offering a 4 day interactive work placement to a select group of Transitions Year students from Tuesday 7th – Friday 10th February 2017 . The week will explore the various different jobs in a museum, explore the types of college courses that might be useful including an introduction to academic critical thinking, and  portfolio preparation.

If you would like to work as a part of a team, have fun and gain valuable work experience – to register your interest or send your application please email fiona.brady@imma.ie before the 30th November 2016 to take part! 

We have an initial 20 placements on a first come first served basis after which a waiting list will be compiled to fill any cancellations which may occur.

IMMA is an Equal Opportunities Employer.  

 

 

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