MAP’s internship programmes provide the opportunity to learn about the operations of a nonprofit art institution, and offer experiences in working with rare and diverse artworks.
MAP is committed to building and sustaining a new museum of international standards in south India.
The museum’s mission is to exhibit, interpret and preserve a growing collection of art and cultural artefacts, motivated by a belief that museums can play a positive role in society. Our current team is full of smart, talented and interesting people who love the arts. It is not unusual to find us pouring over a recent acquisition and admiring its qualities. At the same time, it is also not unusual to find us celebrating museum milestones or birthdays over cake, chai and coffee!
We look beyond CVs for people with skill sets that align with our mission. We like people who outperform themselves year-on-year, deliver high-quality projects to deadlines and work seamlessly across levels and teams. Our recruiting process is transparent and open, and we are an equal opportunities employer. At MAP, we welcome creativity, excellence and different perspectives of individuals from all backgrounds. Join the organisation that is set to change the way museums are viewed in India!
Cataloguer – South Asian Textiles
Location: Positions are open for on-site work in Bengaluru and for remote working
Contract: 4–5 months minimum (project basis with potential to extend thereafter)
Role Type: Full-time and part-time
Salary: Competitive, based on previous experience
Application deadline: 7 March, 2021. Apply here.
Role commencement: 1 April, 2021
Research Associate – MAP Academy
Location: Remote/working from home
Contract: 6 months (project basis with potential to extend thereafter)
Salary: 30,000 – 35,000 INR based on previous experience
Application deadline: 13 March, 2021. Apply here.
Role commencement: 15 April, 2021
MAP is currently recruiting a Development Officer who will play a key role in providing proactive support to the Head of Development in securing funds for the museum by ensuring the smooth and effective operations of the Development function. The successful candidate will be eager to pursue a career in arts fundraising, highly efficient, self-motivated, proactive and collaborative. This is a unique opportunity for a junior professional to get a head start in arts fundraising, within a world-class, innovative museum.
Reports to: Head of Development
Works closely with: All MAP Staff
Role type: Full-time
Application deadline: 14 March, 2021. Apply here.
Role commencement: 1 April, 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter