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Studio Manager (part time)

Bureau for Visual Affairs is seeking a part time (three days a week) Studio Manager to ensure the smooth running of the studio and support our team of ten.

Based near London’s Borough Market, we create progressive websites, applications and brands for clients in the cultural and commercial sector – among them the Tate, National Gallery, Damien Hirst and Whistles.

This is an extremely varied role and would suit someone that is exceptionally well organised, has meticulous attention to detail and a keen interest in arts and culture.

Key tasks and responsibilities will include:

Monitoring internal book keeping, with support from the studio’s accountant.

Human resources (holiday allocation, employment contracts, schedule staff reviews, reimbursements, assist with recruitment etc.).

Liaise with suppliers to ensure maximum profitability whilst maintaining quality standards.

Taking a lead role in the administration of a popular contemporary art listings website, operated by the agency.

Experience working at a design studio and an understanding of the creative and production process for digital projects would be beneficial, but is not essential.

Please send CV’s to


Senior Web Designer

We’re seeking a senior web/interactive designer to join our digital design studio near London’s vibrant Borough Market.

We’re Bureau for Visual Affairs. We create progressive websites, apps and brands for clients in the cultural and commercial sector. Clients include the Tate, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, The Guggenheim, Whistles, Mulberry, Nokia and Creative Review.

You will be an independent, self-motivated creative with a mature visual style and excellent eye for typography. You’ll enjoy ownership of a project and direct contact with the client.

Finally, as an independent studio, we’re not part of a large holding group or network. This affords us greater freedom of choice; in who we work with, what we do and how we do it. For example, we start at 10am and finish at 6pm. Working late is not part of our culture because we believe it’s important for our team to have a life outside of the studio.

Interested? Email with a copy of your CV and examples of work.

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