Welcome to Iniva’s new website. We are in the process of updating content throughout. We welcome your feedback at info@iniva.org


Arts Adminstrator

Job vacancy

Arts Administrator

Hours: Full Time, 35hrs per week (open to negotiation of fewer hours per week, with salary pro-rata, to right candidate)

Salary: £25,500-£26,500 depending on experience

Location: Iniva’s offices 16 John Islip Street, London, SW1P 4JU.

Reporting to: Deputy Director

Temporary post – 6 month fixed term contract.

Download the full Job Description here: Arts Administrator Job Pack


Iniva is looking for an approachable and enthusiastic Arts Administrator, to provide essential support across the team at this exciting stage in the organisation’s development. The Arts Administrator role is pivotal to the smooth running of the organisation, and a key team member linking the programme, library, operations and development areas of our work. The Arts Administrator will often be the first point of contact for the organisation, and works to facilitate the day-to-day operations across a broad range of administration tasks.

The successful applicant will be a highly organised individual with strong attention to detail, self-motivated, with excellent communication skills, and who enjoys working as part of a creative team. The role is based at Iniva’s offices in Pimlico on the campus of Chelsea College of Arts, next to Tate Britain, and is part of a vibrant and engaged local creative community.

This varied and interesting role is a great opportunity to get involved in the running of a well-established arts charity, contributing to its continued development and growth. The role is a temporary post for 6 months, and we are hoping that it may become permanent after that time.


Please email your CV, and a cover letter/personal statement (no more than 2 sides of A4) outlining how your skills and experience match the person specification for the role to: recruitment@iniva.org

Deadline 12pm, Monday 4 July 2022.

Interviews expected to take place in the Week beginning Monday 11 July.

Unfortunately due to high volume of applications it will not be possible to respond personally to all applicants at this stage.

Iniva is committed to fair and equitable practice, and working to build an arts sector that better reflects the true diversity of contemporary society. As such we strongly encourage people of all backgrounds, particularly those less well represented in the arts to apply. If you have specific needs in regards to access please let us know how we might be able to help support your application.