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Casual Exhibition Invigilator Role Overview

RATE of pay : £12/£14 per hour

DAYS: One or two days per week

HOURS: 4 hours or 8 hours per day

DURATION: 2 weeks (5th to 18th June), with additional days for training and debrief evaluation.

About the role:

As an Invigilator you will have to talk through the VR experience with the visitor, deliver on-site support with exhibition, security and ensure safety of the general public. Training will be provided.

Exhibition is staffed 9am to 5pm each day and runs for two weeks from 5th to 18th of June both inclusive. Closed on Monday 11th.

Please note this is a temporary freelancer role on an ad hoc basis with flexible working hours based on opening hours however we might have future opportunities through the year.

About the person:

This opportunity would suit a person with good communication skills and interested in the arts who is looking for some gallery experience or even inspiration. If you don’t have any similar experience but still think you would suit a similar role please apply. We also have opportunities to get involved throughout the year.

How to apply?:

Please send an email to with the subject “IN-BLOOM INVIGILATION” Please attach your CV and a short cover letter explaining why you would like to be part of the team.


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