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London

Admissions and Recruitment Manager
The Admissions and Recruitment Manager is a member of the Institute’s Global Enrolment and Marketing department which is based across New York and London. This person will be committed to the highest standards of customer service and direct the office towards the goal of increasing quality applicants and building enrolment. This includes working with senior colleagues, faculty and staff in providing transparency of admissions performance via reporting and forecasting projections. It will contribute to the development of a strategic recruitment plan (with an emphasis placed in Europe and new international markets). Click here to learn more.

MA Programme Coordinator
The MA Programme Coordinator will be part of the MA Programmes administrative team led by the Manager of MA Programmes and consisting of one other Programme Coordinator and a Study Trips Coordinator. The person in this role will be responsible for coordinating the day to day running of two MA programmes as well as assisting in the coordination of the shared curriculum and programme elective units. As well as serving as the first point of contact for students and faculty, the Programme Coordinator will need to liaise with administrative departments including Front Office, Admissions, Library, IT, Finance, Student Support, Careers Services and the Registrar. They will also work closely with their team colleagues to provide a shared and consistent administrative service support to students and staff alike. Click here to learn more.


New York

Academic Director
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.

Faculty in Contemporary Art
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.

Program Manager for Operations, Non-Degree Programs
The Program Manager plays an essential role in the operations of Sotheby’s non-degree programs. Reporting to the Associate Director for Operations, Non-Degree programs, the Program Manager will support the non-degree team through ensuring clear communication, strong organization of projects and information, and efficient management of the non-degree programs offered. These programs include but are not limited to Sotheby’s Summer Institute (pre-college and continuing education), online courses, diploma/certificate programs, and other continuing education programs that may be developed. Click here to learn more.

Program Manager, Curriculum and Instruction
The Program Manager, Curriculum and Instruction plays an essential role in the academic development of all non-degree programs. Reporting to the Associate Director for Academics, Non-Degree programs, the Program Manager, Curriculum and Instruction will ensure clear, concise, and timely administration and communication to faculty and staff department wide. Programs include but are not limited to Sotheby’s Summer Institute (pre-college and continuing education), online courses, diploma and certificate programs, and other continuing education programs that may be developed. Click here to learn more.