Online Shop Officer, Art UK

Online Shop Officer, Art UK

  • 17th September 2019
  • Part time
  • Paid (£20k-25k pro rata)

Are you passionate about bringing art to everyone? Do you believe in the power of digital to transform lives? We’re looking for a highly motivated Online Shop Officer to join our friendly and dedicated team. In this exciting role you will contribute to Art UK’s important work by working with collections to generate revenue from their artworks through the Art UK Shop.

Art UK is a cultural education charity on a mission to make the art in UK public collections accessible to everyone, for enjoyment, learning and research. We enable global audiences to learn about the nation’s art collection by digitising artworks, telling the stories behind the art and creating exciting opportunities for public interaction with art, both online and offline.

Set up in November 2016, the Art UK Shop offers participating collections the opportunity to generate revenue from print on demand, image licensing and by selling their own merchandise online. All profits from sales go directly back to collections to support the vital work they do around collections care, public engagement programmes and learning.

As the Online Shop Officer, you will be responsible for maintaining and growing the shop database by liaising with collections and the Art UK team to refine and grow the shop offer. You will take specific responsibility for developing a retail offer around the new sculpture content that is joining Art UK, through either prints or merchandise. You will also be responsible for adding content and merchandise, copywriting and facilitating user journeys through this content by tagging and developing themes.

12-month fixed term contract
2.5 days a week / 0.5 FTE
£24,500 per annum (pro rata)
Three-month probationary period
One-month termination clause
Five weeks annual leave plus Bank Holidays (pro rata)
Work from home, ideally situated in the North West of England

To apply, please send your CV, covering letter and a completed Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Monitoring form to by 9am on Tuesday 17th September. More information about this role and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion forms can be downloaded from our website