Career Opportunities

Volunteer Programme

KNMA encourages individuals from diverse backgrounds and age-groups to volunteer, contribute, and become part of the museum. Through the Volunteer Programme, individuals are invited to learn and participate actively in various outreach and educational activities, guided tours, workshops, surveys, and research for various community projects. We encourage multi-lingual interactions in the museum, and welcome fresh energy and ideas. Professionals and students who are looking for exciting interactions with art, artists, and community work are encouraged to apply for the programme.

 

Internship

The internships offered at KNMA are intense and cater to budding art professionals, fresh graduates from the Humanities, young artists who aim to be groomed and trained in the fields ranging from art handling and management, art historical research, curation, publishing, design, archiving, exhibition production, communications and social media, art education, and outreach etc. KNMA Interns are also encouraged to work on individual short-term projects. 

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Current Openings

 

Job Title: Social Media Officer

Professional Services Directorate: Marketing

Directorate section: Marketing

Direct Reports : Sr. Manager Marketing

Indirect Reports : Chief Marketing Officer

 

PURPOSE OF ROLE:

The Social Media Officer is responsible for ongoing community management and maintaining / growing the KNMA’s brand level social media presence across multiple brand outposts (which include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, blogs and other developing social media channels relevant to the KNMA’s communications strategy) via organic and paid social activity. The role is responsible for planning / implementing a content marketing programmes which increases brand awareness with our core target markets through the effective use of social media channels. This will include developing and implementing content marketing campaigns appropriate to the channel being used, monitoring social media channels to respond appropriately to posts / comments, and identifying issues that require escalation.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

Team Specific:

  • Oversee the development and delivery of the social media content marketing plan
  • Coordinate content plan with other teams in the Organization
  • Be part of the bringing together of all the brand elements (messaging, insights from marketing team and audiences, content from other teams)
  • Publish / repurpose content across approved central social media brand outposts ( e.g. copy / articles, photography, video, etc.)
  • Co-ordinate the work of other content producers across KNMA to develop content suitable for social media channels to fully engage audiences
  • Ensure brand compliance
  • Any other duties required which are appropriate to the grade of the post

Community management

  • Lead daily community management across all central brand social media outposts (inc. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, LinkedIn)
  • Liaise with internal stakeholders on community management queries / issues
  • Deploy approved statements during crisis management
  • Strong customer service focus

Content marketing (organic & paid)

  • Lead the content calendar process (inc. approvals), raising brand awareness, increased data capture and engagement levels across all activity
  • Creation / placement of engaging, creative and informative organic content across all central brand social media outposts which informs, entertains and delights audiences with brand focused messaging
  • Optimize content for each distinct channel (whether content is written, photography, video or testimonial led), taking into account changing platform / audience requirements
  • Ensure all content is on brand (working across all channels), whilst managing customer expectations as appropriate
  • Ensure content has a high visual and influential impact and meets relevant corporate guidelines
  • Work in partnership with other teams generating content to influence / improve (e.g. Curatorial, admin & other teams)
  • Conduct ongoing research (as needed) to identify audience needs / desires / satisfaction
  • Co-ordinate paid activity with external suppliers (media agency) and internal Brand & Campaign marketing team
  • Lead content gathering / placement at identified events (e.g. Openings, exhibitions, walkthroughs, school programs, symposiums & guest lectures, etc.)

Reporting

  • Use Google Analytics and other data sources to assess impact efficiency of social media activity
  • Assist the Senior Marketing Manager with creation / improving reports to the wider KNMA to report on success / reach
  • Upon reviewing reports, analyze / optimize paid activity, with a ‘test, learn, refine’ approach to future improvements
  • Monitor / report on key competitor activity

Core Requirements

  • Interest in Art and Social Media
  • Commitment to key strategic priorities of the Chairman & Director of the Museum
  • Willingness and ability to travel to work-place locations within India & Abroad
  • Prior Experience in managing art museum or Galleries social media
  • Adhere to and promote KNMA’s policies and information security
  • Ensure compliance with Health & Safety regulations
  • Support and promote KNMA’s policies and carry out duties in a resource efficient way, recognizing the shared responsibility of minimizing KNMA’s negative environmental impacts wherever possible.
  • Willingness to deliver against any reasonable work-related request

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS:

The Marketing Communication Team KPIs are:

  • Raise brand awareness
  • Raise direct response
  • Raise student engagement levels
  • Raise student satisfaction
  • Raise stakeholder engagement and the value of the department to the institution and its audience

Everyone contributes to these KPIs to help realize the brand and the corporate strategy

PERSON SPECIFICATION:

Essential Desirable
Experience
  • Strong community management experience
Experience
  • Paid marketing campaigns
  • Previous experience in a similar social media role
  • Agency / supplier management experience
  • Significant experience managing / developing social media marketing programmes (organic and paid)
  • SEO understanding / experience
  • Creating & delivering content marketing programme(s) which inform customers / prospects and drives leads & sales
  • Experience within Higher Education sector
  • In-depth knowledge of social media environment
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  • Understanding of budgeting and monitoring
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Skills
  • Highly creative and collaborative
Skills
  • Good understanding of the characteristics and qualities that prospects / visitors / students / art enthusiasts want from a museum
  • Strong marketing skillset across the entire social media landscape (Community management, content creation & distribution, analysis)
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  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
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  • Intermediate to advanced Photoshop skills
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  • Data literate, able to review / assess / make recommendations as a result of analysis
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  • Multitasker able to work across multiple projects to tight timescales
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  • Excellent communication & listening skills
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Qualifications
  • Degree or equivalent experience
Qualifications
  • Professional qualification, or evidence of training/development in social media marketing

 

Send us your CV at ruchira.sarkar@hcl.com

 

Job Title:Art Documentation Officer (Contractual)

 

It will involve inputting, editing, updating and quality-checking collections records for a variety of daily tasks and projects, such as, maintaining collections management standards and terminology control, centralizing collections data and bringing records to catalogue level, as well as managing the Art and Industry aspects of the Inventory Project and Online Collections Project. The post-holder will also be responsible for all Art and Industry loans and will work as part of a loans team within the department to manage loans efficiently, under the guidance of the Registrar.

Major Tasks:

  • Coordinates and facilitates archives access requests by staff, researchers, research associates, and the public, as well as responding to archives information inquiries and requests.
  • Responsible for researching and responding to copyright and ownership issues.
  • Feeding data in the software
  • Responsible for providing scans of images and documents as needed using appropriate digital and metadata standards.
  • Coordinates and facilitates archives use in public programs.
  • Coordinates loans with Registrar.
  • Responsible for archival maintenance.
  • Evaluates and coordinates the re-housing and stabilization of archives.
  • Ensures compliance with government regulations related to archives.
  • Ensures accurate and up-to-date inventories and reconciliation of archives and records, including spot check inventories.
  • Maintains records of and prioritizes processing backlog.
  • Coordinates the move of archives into new or improved storage conditions.
  • Manages archival policies and procedures
  • Ensures current museum archives handling procedures are recorded and enforced.
  • Work with other Documentation Officers to co-ordinate efforts and reach agreed targets in all active areas of the upcoming Inventory Project and the broader, continuous documentation work of the department.

Experience Requirements:

  • M.A. in Art History, Archives, Library Science, Museum Studies, or related field with formal training in archives management and preservation or commensurate experience.
  • Two years of Archives experience required, preferably in a museum setting.
  • Experience and training in records management.
  • Experience with professional archives management software and environmental monitoring applications.
  • Supervisory experience. Abilities, Skills, and Knowledge:
  • Knowledge of archives preservation requirements, storage needs, and registration procedures for archives.
  • Up-to-date knowledge of professional standards and trends.
  • Familiar with governmental regulations and legal requirements related to archives and experience in compliance with

 

Send us your CV at ruchira.sarkar@hcl.com

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