ArtCare Conservation is a leading fine art conservation company specializing in the treatment of paintings on canvas and panel. Our team of industry experts has been selected from around the world and works across three studios in NYC, LA & Miami. We pride ourselves on our collective knowledge and expertise, ensuring the highest standards of painting conservation.
We are looking for a Studio Administrator for our New York studio, located in the Chelsea area of Manhattan. Our ideal candidate is a friendly, organized, and self motivated individual who is also able to work as a part of a team.
The position is for week days from 9:30am - 5:30pm and requires the candidate to be in the studio.
Daily tasks include, but are not limited to:
• Communicating with clients, including answering phones, emails and sending invoices
• Communicating with partner studios in Miami & LA
• Working along side conservators, assisting as needed
• Ordering and receiving supplies, deliveries
• Assisting with studio logistics
• Safely handling artwork within the studio
• Experience with Photography, Photoshop is required
• Experience with QuickBooks is preferred
• Experience with Mac products is recommended
The position starts at $40,000 - $60,000 annually. Benefits, include healthcare after 90 days following a 90-day Review and 401K matching is available after 1 year.
Unfortunately we are not able to sponsor work visas at this time.
Please email NYC Director Kelly O'Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
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