BCB advertises all its employment opportunities – both salaried roles within the BCB team and commissioned or associate artist, usually freelance roles.
These vacancies are advertised on our website; through newsletters and social media; via our networks, as well as on the Arts Council’s ‘Arts jobs’ section and other outlets such as:
There is a thorough selection process in place whenever such roles are recruited.
Please note, artist commissions are advertised separately but on a similar basis.
Other opportunities such as placements, training and volunteering have all been offered in the past. At present, BCB is reviewing its processes and the capacity we have to support these opportunities. Once this work is completed, details of how to get involved will be shared on this page and via social media.
About Us > Opportunities
Vacancy: Head of Business Services (0.7 FTE)
The British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) is seeking to appoint a person to the role of Head of Business Services to lead on the development and implementation of business plans and strategies to drive BCB’s vision and mission.
Vacancy: Transferer Project Co-ordinator
The British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) is seeking to recruit a Project Co-ordinator to lead on the second part of delivery for the Transferer Project funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
Our next Award application will go out in Autumn 2024 for our 2025 Biennial.
Our next Fresh application will go out in Spring 2025 for our 2025 Biennial.
Partnership & sponsorship opportunities
You, or your business, could help us celebrate and promote contemporary British ceramics in the UK’s ceramics capital of Stoke-on-Trent.