The new Admissions Officer will support the Deputy Director, Global Admissions with the daily administrative work in the admissions office as well as responding promptly to a large volume of incoming enquiries both via email and telephone about the Institute, its programs, the admissions process and visa application procedures. Strong organizational and administrative skills are required, together with a flexible, proactive approach to work and a meticulous eye for detail. Click here to learn more.
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Art Business
This Lecturer role will contribute to the MA Art Business and other Institute programs as required. Teaching will include lectures, seminars, workshops, teaching on visits and trips. The MA in Art Business (MAAB) was established at Sotheby’s Institute in 1998. The programme has pioneered the development of the study of art business and the international art market as an academic discipline. Click here to learn more.
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Art or Design Before 1850
The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant field and experience of higher education teaching, preferably at postgraduate level and to international students. They will have a strong understanding of art history coupled with a good knowledge of the art world and its mechanisms and may have particular expertise and experience in one of the following: museum practice; conservation; technical art history; study of materials; commercial art world practices. Click here to learn more.
The Academic Director (AD) of Graduate Degree Programs is responsible for leading all aspects of Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York (SIA-NY) graduate degree programs and graduate certificate programs. The AD: cultivates exceptional teaching quality throughout all graduate degree programs; strategically aligns curricula across three (3) distinct MA programs (MA in Art Business, MA in Contemporary Art, MA in Fine & Decorative Art & Design), develops as well as oversees any future MA programs to guarantee programs are complementary and to ensure that each program has clear professional applications and strong career outcomes; oversees the academic experience of graduate degree students; and maintains compliance with accreditation standards. Click here to learn more.
Administrative Assistant, Admissions
Administrative Assistant will support to the Global Admissions Team. This is a part-time position working approximately 30-35 hours per week, with flexible scheduling. Click here to learn more.
Associate Director of Operations
The Associate Director of Operations, Non-Degree Programs is responsible for ensuring the efficient and effective operations of the non-degree programs offered by Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York (SIA-NY). These programs include but are not limited to Sotheby’s Summer Institute (both pre-college and continuing education), online learning, diploma/certificate programs, global partnership programs, and other continuing education programs that may be developed. Click here to learn more.
Director of Global Finance
The Director, Global Finance is responsible for the financial well-being of Sotheby’s Institute of Art (“SIA”) which entails working with senior leadership to set the overall financial strategy and oversight of all finance and accounting operations within the SIA group. Click here to learn more.
The new Faculty member will be in charge of sharing the administrative duties with the program director, delivering and attending lectures and leading associated seminars/workshops/office hour, assessing student assignments, accompanying students on local, national and international study visits, conducting personal tutorials, sharing in the student advisory duties of the full-time faculty guest lecturing in SIA courses; interviewing prospective students. Click here to learn more.
Faculty in Art Business
The new Faculty member will be a key member of the academic team, sharing the delivery of at least 2 Master’s Degree courses per semester and advising thesis/master’s projects students each academic year. He/she will work closely with the Academic Director, program directors, faculty, and program managers in the administration of the program, and contribute to the continuing development of this emerging discipline. Click here to learn more.
Head of Enrollment Management
The Head of Enrollment will serve as a senior member of the Global Admissions and Recruitment team at Sotheby’s Institute of Art (SIA), based in New York, with responsibilities for New York, London, and Los Angeles recruitment and admissions targets. This role focuses primarily on student recruitment with the goal of increasing the quality and diversity of enrollment across MA programs at Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Click here to learn me.
The Registrar is a critical staff member of SIA-NY who provides oversight of academic records and accreditation documentation. The Registrar provides essential higher education functions including registration, records management, grading, academic reviews, and course scheduling. The Registrar plays an essential role in the planning, assessment, and implementation of the institution’s academic policies and procedures. Click here to learn more.