Please submit your resume and cover letter, including references by email only to: londo[email protected]

Hauser & Wirth is one of the world’s leading commercial galleries for modern and contemporary art with locations across the US, UK, Europe and Asia. Publishing has been a cornerstone of the gallery’s activity since its founding and Hauser & Wirth Publishers has grown to become a leading imprint for unique, object-like books that encourage an understanding and appreciation of modern and contemporary art.

Based out of our London offices with work from home flexibility, we are seeking a Sales & Distribution Manager to join our retail department. This essential role is responsible for the effective and sustainable distribution, circulation and sales of Hauser & Wirth publications including ‘Ursula’ print magazine and will act as the primary liaison for distributors and retailers.

Key responsibilities and accountabilities:
• Developing and executing the sales and distribution strategy for Hauser & Wirth Publishers book programme and ‘Ursula’ magazine with agreed KPIs and objectives
• Agreeing target audiences, networks and distribution channels with internal stakeholders to ensure effective global circulation of all titles
• Maximising targeted sales and audiences of new print publications and retention of existing subscriptions
• Set up, negotiate and oversee global HWP distribution contracts across multiple regions
• Oversee internal (H&W) distribution & placement
• Ensuring publications are present in agreed locations in a timely fashion
• Responsible for commercial oversight of sales and distribution
• Work with internal stakeholders to ensure smooth and efficient management of stock/inventory

‘Ursula’ specific:
• Working closely with the Retail Director, Managing Editor and Marketing team, manage subscriptions and agree targets and campaign plans to drive subscription growth
• Supporting marketing initiatives, monitoring and overseeing promotions and offers
• Maintaining circulation databases for customer service transactions, complying with GDPR
• Collaborating with the Global Head of Environmental Sustainability to develop opportunities to create more sustainable options for print, packaging and distribution routes to new and existing audiences
• Coordinating the distribution budget and always ensuring best value
• Coordinating with outlets for proper product stockings and achieving sales targets
• Assisting in budget preparation and expense management activities to achieve cost-effectiveness
• Preparing management reports, presentations and proposals for business meetings
• Determining business forecast and developing strategies to meet revenue goals

Hauser & Wirth Publishers Book Programme:
• Monitor book inventory: out of print titles, and suggest special promotions in collaboration with Marketing and Retail
• Producing sales and revenue reports
• Developing strategy for Art Book Fair participation with Marketing and Retail
• Identifying new markets and opportunities for existing and new titles
• Developing strategies to how best to enter new territories and markets
• Occasional travel to art/book fairs and events as required
• Work with the legal team on distributor and retailer contracts

Please submit your resume and cover letter including references by email only to: [email protected]

We believe diversity of thought and experience creates the most brilliant communities to serve our organization, and that is why Hauser & Wirth is an equal opportunities employer.

Hauser & Wirth is one of the world’s leading commercial galleries for Modern and Contemporary art with locations across the UK, USA, Europe and Asia. We are looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic Financial Accountant who is charge of our gallery in Monaco as well as for the new gallery that will open in Paris in 2023. The successful candidate will have an attention to detail, solid technical skills and at least 5 years’ experience in the accountancy field (previous art industry experience not essential).

Responsibilities include but not limited to:
• Responsible for the preparation of monthly closings and reporting
• Responsible for the maintenance of Accounts Payable Automation (Exflow) and online expense tool (SAP) and providing system training to HW staff
• Developing exhibition and management accounts reporting and establishing regular review meetings with all non-financial departments with principal objectives being strong and robust cost controls and accountability against budgets.
• Responsible for non-confidential payroll processing and administration and liaison with external service providers
• Responsible for preparation of weekly payment runs and monitoring of cash flows
• Responsibility for the preparation of VAT returns and statistical reporting
• Prepare relevant documents for corporate income tax filings for our external tax advisors
• In charge of the year-end account preparation and external audit requirements
• Support the sales staff in VAT queries and support Registrars in import and export of artworks from a VAT and customs point of view
• Responsible for the budget preparation process of the galleries in Paris and Monaco
• Liaise with other HW locations and contribute to the team spirit and working relationships

Required knowledge, skills & experience:
• Educated to degree level and part qualified or newly qualified in ACA or ACCA – strong technical accounting skills required.
• Advanced excel skills and experience of D365 accounting package preferable
• A positive, can-do attitude
• Ability to organise & prioritise tasks and communicate with a range of staff at all levels
• Experience in working in a mid-sized international company is preferred

Please submit your resume and cover letter, including references by email only to: [email protected]

Hauser & Wirth is one of the world’s leading commercial galleries for Modern and Contemporary art with locations across the UK, USA, Europe and Asia. Our approach and ethos aim at making Hauser & Wirth a place where art can successfully merge with many other subject matters of importance to us: architecture, craft, education, community, landscape, food, and opens the doors for creative ideas and collaborations. More than an art gallery, we see our locations as art destinations, bringing all shapes of art experiences

Previously known as ‘Education,’ our Learning department has been renamed to communicate the strength, depth and range of the learning and partnership activities across Hauser & Wirth: our philosophy, history and accessibility. This new name also demonstrates the quality, creativity, and ambition of the gallery’s activities at the forefront of arts education across the commercial and public sectors. The department focuses on developing global and local programmes with our learning communities, rolling out our philanthropist initiatives and partnerships, and working with our artists through residencies around the world.

The role of Learning Manager is to support and develop our learning initiatives across our UK locations. A passionate advocate for learning, philanthropy, and access to arts, the role will focus on enhancing the contribution within each local community of education, philanthropic initiatives, and sustainability messaging, and building and rolling out inclusive learning programs that spark a dialogue between art, artists, and a diverse audience.

Responsibilities include but not limited to:

Develop the department in Somerset:
• Articulate the mission and aim of the department
• Build with the relevant departments effective and engaging communications support to communicate the vision, the objectives and the actions we are developing both to external and internal audiences
• Represent the department both externally and internally, be the face of Hauser & Wirth Learning with various learning institutions

Create outstanding learning programmes:
• Act as a key contributor and sounding board in the proposition of new partnerships with learning institutions, or actors of philanthropy
• Ensure local excellence and relevance as well as regional consistency of learning programmes and initiatives
• Build an annual plan for learning programmes including budgets, calendars, partners and relevant events including all programmes related to learning/education institutions, philanthropy, and sustainability
• Define seasonal education programmes in your specific location, act as a mentor and train these locations in running events, approaching and managing partnerships
• Support internal education as and when alongside Internal Communications and People & Culture

Achieve excellence in the execution of our programmes:
• Identify partners and resources required for all programmes, and manage the day to day relationships with them
• Supervise the day to day delivery of all programmes
• Supervise a network of learning teams on the ground including external partners/freelancers, and manage directly a Learning Assistant
• Plan, organise and execute all events with the relevant resources and departments.
• Develop and measure qualitative and quantitative ways to reach excellence

Measure and enhance qualitative and quantitative development of the department:
• Run a constant sound research on current trends in relevant communities
• Be the leader of new ways of facilitating learning activities by identifying best practices in the field, and constantly redefining what great learning looks like
• Create and report on key indicators of qualitative and quantitative success/impact

Required knowledge, skills and qualifications:
• Significant experience in a similar role with learning communities
• Sound understanding of philanthropy and partners
• A knowledge of and passion for contemporary and modern arts
• A track record of educational programmes related to arts
• Proven IT skills, particularly with Mac OS, Excel and Outlook
• A proficiency in another European language is desirable
• Highly developed interpersonal and oral and written communication skills required to liaise with a diverse range of internal and external personnel at all levels
• Capable of thriving in a multi-disciplinary environment and collaborating with a large range of operational departments
• Must be flexible, resourceful, and demonstrate excellent time management skills
• Strong skills: diligent, critical thinking, problem-solving, teamwork and collaboration
• Able to build rapport, trust and excellent working relationships with all colleagues in a dynamic work environment
• Exceptional customer service skills and experience of managing high profile clients
• Emotional Intelligence at its best!

Please submit your resume and cover letter, including references by email only to: [email protected]

Hauser & Wirth is one of the world’s leading commercial galleries for Modern and Contemporary art, with locations across the UK, USA, Europe and Asia. Hauser & Wirth Somerset opened in July 2014 and has welcomed over 900,000 visitors. The Hauser & Wirth ethos sits at the very heart of the gallery—it is a place where art can successfully merge with architecture, craft, learning, community, landscape, food and farming—opening the door for creative ideas and collaborations. Based in Somerset, this full-time position will provide support to the development and delivery learning initiatives.

Working directly with the Associate Director of Learning Europe the role will include, but not be limited to the following responsibilities:

• To manage all educational tours, activities and workshops for schools, student, and community groups
• Deploy and manage freelance staff where required to support the programme
• Champion access for a broad spectrum of learner groups to Hauser & Wirth Somerset
• Work alongside learning colleagues in other global locations to ensure a holistic approach and consistency to the program
• Collaboration with Event Teams, Artist Teams, and Gallery Assistants to ensure the education program is embedded into wider gallery activities
• Liaising with Hauser & Wirth Somerset event team and Artfarm to co-ordinate education events into the wider Somerset program
• Maintaining, managing, and ordering all materials and resources required for the delivery of the education program
• Ensure all education events are well documented, reported on, keeping key stakeholders informed throughout the process
• Ensure education requirements e.g. risk assessments, public liability and policies are developed and adhered to

• Manage philanthropic and charity projects related to the local and wider community
• Under the guidance of the Associate Director of Learning Europe, manage the education budget always ensuring best value, and global parity
• Develop the network and contacts of local partners
• Produce sound qualitative and quantitative documentation of the profile of the partnership programs in the UK

• Provide administration for the research and development of the learning and partnership programme at Hauser & Wirth Somerset
• Producing high quality presentations and reports to reflect the activities, outcomes and impact of the education program, partnerships and collaborations
• Managing invitation mail outs and guest lists for education and partnership events

Required knowledge, skills and qualifications:
• A graduate of either a BA or MA in Fine Art, Art History or a related subject, or equivalent work experience of at least 3 years
• At least three years’ experience of administration, education, development of exhibitions and events in a gallery setting
• Evidence of working with children in an education setting and understanding best practice
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Organised with an ability to prioritise
• Computer literate—familiarity with Mac OS is desirable
• Candidate should be meticulous with attention to detail
• Proactive attitude
• Team player

This is a full-time role, working Monday to Friday, based at the gallery. The candidate may occasionally need to work additional hours.

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