01/03/17

The National Gallery of Ireland is seeking applications for a new Director

The National Gallery of Ireland (NGI) first opened its doors in 1864, and now houses 16,300 works of art largely representing the development of the major European schools of painting. Today, its mission is to care for, interpret, develop and showcase art in a way that makes it an exciting place to encounter art.

The Director’s role is to support the Board of Governors and Guardians to drive forward the mission and vision as articulated in its strategic plan 2016-2018; to bring creativity and an international credibility in the arts; to lead the Management Teams in the execution of the strategy and to add value to the development of the vision and strategy for the Gallery.  The key responsibilities of the role are: to lead the Management Teams for the growth and development of the entire team at the NGI, to build significant, long-term relationships with external strategic partners, and to share a duty-of-care for the collection as the leader of one of Ireland’s National Cultural Institutions.

More information can be found here.

Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, 23 Kildare Street, Dublin , D02 TD30. Tel: 01 631 3800 / LoCall: 1890 383 000

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