For our world-renowned Art Gallery client we are seeking a Dealer's Assistant. The successful applicant will assistant the Executive Sales Director with all aspects of a multifaceted schedule and provide comprehensive support for sales and related projects. Duties include: liaise with clients and artists; manage all correspondence and Dealer's calendar; create daily appointment schedules and weekly sales reports; make all reservations and travel arrangements; draft and edit sales offers; maintain and update databases and schedules; coordinate insurance and shipping of works of art; maintain invoice files and payment reports and liaise with accounting; assist with research; work closely with Registrar for all sales, consignments, loans and exhibition-related activities including arranging client viewings; provide general administrative and office management support; additional duties as required. The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years' experience in an Administrative or Executive Assistant role with a major art gallery or auction house and excellent planning, project coordination, communications and interpersonal skills. BA in Art History or related field is required. An exciting position for a confident, discreet, polished and energetic professional who enjoys a major support role and thrives in a fast-paced environment.
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