Opportunities at The Model

Available Positions
  1. Volunteer Scheme
  2. Creative Enterprise Offices
  3. Front of House and Volunteer Coordinator

Volunteer Scheme

The Model is looking for enthusiastic people who have a few hours to spare each week to join their volunteer scheme. If you are interested in meeting people, getting a better understanding and experience of the arts and would like to make a worthwhile contribution to Sligo’s cultural life, The Model would love to hear from you.

For further information, call Eve Hughes on (071) 914 1405 or email getinvolved@themodel.ie

For more information on the role of the invigilator, read this document.

The Model is delighted to partner with Sligo Volunteer Centre for the recruitment of volunteers to our Get Involved programme.

Creative Enterprise Offices

As part of the Northwest’s creative hub, The Model, home of The Niland Collection houses six Creative Enterprise Office Spaces.

Suitable for media, film, design, music or other creative industries, these workspaces are available for rent. Professional creative enterprises are prioritised but all interested parties are welcome.

All Creative Enterprise Office Spaces have access to broadband.

For more info contact
Emer McGarry
Deputy Director
The Model,
The Mall

(071) 914 1405 emermcgarry@themodel.ie

Front of House and Volunteer Coordinator

The Model is seeking a Front of House and Volunteer Coordinator to assist with the management of The Model’s customer service team at our busy reception desk, and with our gallery invigilating team. The position of Front of House and Volunteer Coordinator plays a central role in supporting the maintenance of the highest standards of customer/visitor satisfaction and promotion of all events at the Model. Good communication, organisation and computer skills are key to this role. Candidates should be able to demonstrate an ability to work as part of a team as well as on their own initiative. A background in sales, tourism or a service industry is an advantage, as is an interest in the arts.

The position is available under the FAS community employment scheme and involves nineteen and a half hours per week. The workweek will regularly include weekends and evenings.

Please confirm eligibility with your local DSP office before you submit an up-to-date CV and letter of interest to Anne Bucknell at The Model or via email to annebucknell@themodel.ie

Deadline for receipt of applications is now 5.30pm on Friday 27th June.