Bioart Society is looking for an active and imaginative co-worker to take over tasks related to exhibition and project productions of the Bioart Society. You are self-reliant and want to develop your own job description as part of a small but effective team that works closely together. The person Bioart Society are looking for knows the contemporary art field and its artists and is able to work on smaller events as well as in larger international projects such as Creative Europe projects and Nordic network projects in both Finnish and English. The job description includes project management in exhibition planning, organisation of lectures and events, and coordination and practical arrangements for international projects. You have a driver’s license and the opportunity to work on some evenings or weekends when necessary. Bioart Society’s working environment is very flexible and it is possible to have other projects/jobs alongside this job. The colleagues are closely involved in the projects, so you don’t work alone, albeit independently.
Bioart Society is a Helsinki-based association developing, producing and facilitating activities around art and natural sciences with an emphasis on biology, ecology and life sciences. It runs SOLU Space, an artistic laboratory and platform for art, science and society in Katajanokka, Helsinki, and – together with the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki – Ars Bioarctica, an art and science residency program with focus on the sub-arctic environment.
The Solu Space is Bioart Society’s office and gallery space on Luotsikatu 13, and it will be your workplace.
Bioart Society offer part-time work, 20h /week, with a gross salary of 1600 € / month with flexible working hours. The agreement is until the end of 2021. Work will begin in February. The office language is mainly English but working level Finnish is necessary.