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Working for the Singapore Art Museum offers you an opportunity to enrich and develop your love of arts while contributing your skills and talents to the mission of the Museum. You will be part of a cutting edge, rapidly changing organization with international influence and impact. Singapore Art Museum offers you a scope for versatility, initiative and creativity in a stimulating and supportive environment.

For enquiries, please contact [email protected].

Current Vacancies

ASSISTANT MANAGER, MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS

Singapore Art Museum is looking for a creative and tech-savvy individual to join our marketing and communications team. You’ll be expected to take charge of key digital channels, attract and manage site traffic, grow our database organically, and manage and support PR and marketing initiatives for the museum.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Website and site traffic management:
    • Collaborate with internal teams to plan and schedule section updates
    • Copywrite as required and/or work closely with the designer to produce visual content (e.g. landing pages, infographics) where necessary
    • Optimise user experience through the planning, execution, and measurement of experiments and conversion tests
    • Prepare monthly web analytic reports that benchmark against KPIs
    • Identify trends and insights, and optimize design and performance based on the insights
  • Email marketing and database management:
    • Plan and prepare dedicated email newsletters for the museum
    • Manage creative email campaigns, including the template designs, calls-to-action, and content that engage, inform, and motivate different audiences
    • Segment lists based on behaviours like past email engagement and website interactions (content downloads, site page visits, etc.)
    • Prepare monthly email analytic reports that benchmark against KPIs
    • Identify trends and insights, and optimize design and performance based on the insights
    • Manage the CRM database, including minimising list decay and unsubscribes while increasing the productivity of emailers
    • Develop documentation and road maps for processes, A/B tests, and promotions that succeed through email
  • Marketing and PR support:
    • Manage and assist with the development of marketing partnership and initiatives, from conceptualisation to execution and tracking of performance
    • Assist in the planning and execution of PR and marketing campaigns
    • Manage the advertising content and messaging for the museum, its exhibitions and programmes
    • Prepare monthly web analytic reports that benchmark against KPIs
    • Identify trends and insights, and optimize design and performance based on the insights

Job Requirements:

  • University degree, preferably with 2-3 years’ experience in digital marketing
  • Excellent communicator (verbal and written) and creative thinker
  • Organised, self-motivated, deadline- and detail-oriented
  • Comfortable with data and technology, including the use of Excel
  • Able to work beyond office hours, including weekends and public holidays, whenever necessary
  • Having a passion for museums and/or art, in particular contemporary art, is a bonus

Salary and Position Offered will Commensurate with Work Experience

Please send your application to [email protected]. We regret that only short-listed candidates will be notified.

ASSISTANT, MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Website management:
    • Assist in updating the website with relevant and accurate information
    • Design and create content for the website, including landing pages, buttons, GIFs, videos, etc.
    • Monitoring sales reports to determine content for website features
  • Marketing support:
    • Assist in execution (design, slicing) of eDMs
    • Assist in development of marketing collaterals for events and exhibitions
    • Submit applications for advertising and marketing opportunities, and following through for production and installation
    • Assist with procurement and managing production and distribution process for printed collaterals
    • facilitate archival and event photography
  • Administrative support:
    • Monitor and track the department’s Finance and procurement processes
    • Manage and update the SAM CD registry and image banks
    • Track and monitor museum merchandise inventory, and manage sales reports during pop-up events
    • Assist during corporate and public-facing events

Job Requirements:

  • Diploma or university degree, preferably with 1-2 years’ working experience
  • Organised, self-motivated, deadline- and detail-oriented
  • Able to communicate well (verbal and written) and a creative thinker
  • Comfortable with data and technology, including the use of Excel
  • Able to work beyond office hours, including weekends and public holidays, whenever necessary
  • Having a passion for museums and/or art, in particular contemporary art, is a bonus

Salary and Position Offered will Commensurate with Work Experience

Please send your application to [email protected]. We regret that only short-listed candidates will be notified.

HEAD, EXHIBITIONS DESIGN

The Head, Exhibitions Design should possess a finely tuned sensitivity to the creation and extension of the aesthetic experience in exhibition-making and design production. The incumbent will work jointly with the museum curators and exhibitions team, to develop, execute and maintain high standards in the aesthetic aspects of exhibition-making.

Principal Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Conceptualize and actualize exhibition presentation and related aesthetic production
  • Plan, manage and orchestrate the entire work flow for exhibition design and production (be it for permanent galleries, changing exhibitions or temporary site specific installations)
  • Coordinate and facilitate the aesthetic aspects of exhibition-making related to marketing, merchandising, education and public programmes
  • Oversee and execute other logistical and administrative aspects such as:
    • Preparing the exhibition design proposal (i.e., 3d walk-through, visualizations, marquette, etc), and execution schedule with relevant curators and external suppliers and services
    • Monitoring and maintaining the overall design and execution process and work schedule
    • Overseeing exhibition design and fabrication
    • Working with relevant the exhibitions team on artwork management services and design installation
    • Working with relevant exhibitions team on exhibition lighting and audio-visual requirements
    • Monitoring and assessing performance of external exhibition-related vendors
    • Respond to feedback for exhibitions (aesthetic aspects)
    • Any other aspects of exhibition work relating to overall presentation
  • Mentor and supervise junior colleagues/external service providers in the planning and execution of exhibitions and exhibition-related products
  • Handle ad-hoc assignments related to aesthetic requirements as and when required

Job Requirements

  • Candidate should have a good bachelor’s degree, with at least 5-10 years of experience in the field of visual art
  • Ability to read technical drawings (such as mechanical and electrical, audio visual and information technology works) and experience in managing contractors and consultants will be advantageous
  • Excellent interpersonal and project management skills
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Ability to lead others as well as work as a team
  • Ability to pay attention to detail and handle paperwork efficiently
  • Ability to multi-task and work under pressure
  • Keen interest in the arts, heritage and museum field

Salary and Position Offered will commensurate with work experience

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