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Inside Heatherwick Studio © Fabian Ong

© Fabian Ong

Inside Heatherwick Studio
The British Pavilion, Venice © John Riddy

© John Riddy

The British Pavilion, Venice

29 October 2015

The British Council’s Architecture Design Fashion department would like to appoint two Project Managers to join our team in London!


Project Manager - British Pavilion, Venice Architecture Biennale 2016

Since 1937, the British Council has managed the British Pavilion in Venice, commissioning British artists at the longest-running, most prestigious international art biennial in the world! 

The successful candidate will lead project management, delivery and monitoring of the British Pavilion exhibition for Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, including efficiently managing production, finance, contracts and evaluation. He/She will also develop and deliver the Venice Fellowships Programme, working alongside the British Pavilion team to develop income generating partnerships with the higher and further education sectors to and to put in place and monitor and evaluate all aspects of the fellowships programme.

For full role profile and to apply, click here.



Project Manager - New British Inventors 

Developed by the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, the New British Inventors which was launched in June 2015 highlights an emerging generation of ambitious UK based designers and makers who are keen to make their mark on the world and transform the future.

The successful candidate will work with the British Council project teams in the UK, internationally and with external partners and stakeholders, to deliver the New British Inventors programme, which includes the major touring exhibition Inside Heatherwick Studio

For full role profile and to apply, click here.


The closing date for both applications is Wednesday 11 November 2015

The British Council creates international opportunities for people of the UK and other countries and builds trust between them worldwide. The programmes we use to do this are wide-ranging and cover the arts, education, English, science and society. Our work on behalf of the arts in the UK encourages audiences and participants worldwide to reflect, enjoy, learn and improve their understanding of the UK.