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Documentation Assistant (Burlington House)

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£21,600 pro rata
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17 July 2022

Last year the Society launched its new Collections Online platform, enabling us to share our unique holdings with audiences from around the world. We are now seeking a part-time Museum Documentation Assistant to play a key role in improving public access to the collection by auditing, documenting, and cataloguing the Society’s c. 3000 18th-19th century printing blocks ready for publishing online.

This role will give the right candidate valuable experience in practical collections care, handling, and storage. Full training will be given, and the project will culminate in an exciting in-house display designed, curated, and installed by the Museum Documentation Assistant.

We are looking for a candidate with a good general education (GCSEs or equivalent); an understanding of the practical handling requirements for museum collections; good manual dexterity; and a demonstratable interest in aspects of the Society’s collections.

This is a 12 month fixed-term post, part-time (4 days/28 hours) per week.

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Documentation Assistant (Kelmscott Manor)

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£25,000 pro rata
Application Deadline: 
17 July 2022

The Society of Antiquaries (SAL) is seeking to appoint a Documentation Assistant to join its team at Kelmscott Manor to undertake a key collections documentation support role in a historic setting of international significance.

This is a a temporary (3 months) post, part-time (3 days/21 hours) per week (at least one day per week on site).

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Gallery Assistant

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On Going

Hannah Hoffman Gallery is seeking an experienced and organized gallery assistant. The position is full time. Applicant must be flexible and available to work additional hours and days as needed and assist during openings and other events. Prior gallery experience is preferred but not required. Applicant must able to multi-task, keeping track of long and short term projects while also able to immediately assist Directors with urgent tasks. They will primarily assist with administrative tasks related to the daily function of the gallery.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

-Opening / closing gallery
-Ensuring adequate function of current exhibition (looping media, turning on installations, checking room sheet supply, etc.)
-Maintaining order and presentability in the office/showroom
-Answering general inquiries via telephone and email
-Ordering office supplies, running errands
-Updating new contacts in YMLP and Artlogic
-Assist in event planning for openings

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

-Assisting with website maintenance
-Scanning and formatting press materials for gallery archives
-Updating gallery artist’s CV's and Dossiers
-Keep an updated calendar of staff meetings, travel itineraries, opening and closing dates of gallery exhibitions, consignment periods with other galleries, relevant openings and art events in Los Angeles
-Assist artists and studio managers with occasional special projects and extra admin support as needed

REQUIREMENTS:

-Attention to detail
-Knowledge and interest in contemporary art, galleries and institutions
-Excellent writing, interpersonal and organizational skills
-Experience with Dropbox
-Photoshop and InDesign proficiency 
-Knowledge of database software Artlogic or similar
-Self-motivation is key

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Development Coordinator

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55,000 - 60,000 We offer a benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, retirement account, pension, paid vacation, paid sick leave, personal days, and hybrid work schedule (50% off site 50% on site).
Application Deadline: 
6/10/22

The Development Coordinator is an important colleague who will support our fundraising work in a number of ways including: administration, campaign design and execution, and special events. The position works strategically with most departments across the organization to help us maximize our fundraising activities. The Development Coordinator also engages externally with community members, board members, and program partners. This new position offers the opportunity to build on, create, and implement new systems that maintain productivity in our fundraising work. WHC is at a very important moment in the organization’s trajectory. A number of new staff recently joined the team, new programs are underway and revenue is expected to diversify. This is an ideal time and position for a candidate who is open to learning and appreciates the opportunities that exist within an organization that is in a period of exciting change.

Primary Responsibilities

Administrative Support:

● Support the implementation of the individual and corporate giving program, including drafting and sending out letters and materials

● Coordinate the development of annual fund appeals

● Ensure that all donations are properly tracked and reconciled with the finance team

● Support data/CRM (Salsa) migration project

● Help to create and execute multi-platform fundraising & information campaigns

Board of Trustees:

● Aid in preparing onboarding materials for new members

● Schedule and coordinate quarterly board meetings

● Manage deadlines and update moves management chart

Cultivation:

● Engage the marketing and development team to create and send donor and funder communications

● Work with CEO to track and respond to development related emails and correspondences

● Collaborate with other departments to execute development related events and site visits

Preferred Competencies

● Experience in fundraising ● Excellent writing and communication skills ● Ability to manage multiple projects ● Strong track record of meeting deadlines and executing deliverables

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Auction Cataloger

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South Bay Auctions, Inc. is a family owned and operated, internationally recognized auction house specializing in the sale of fine art, antique furniture and accessories, silver, jewelry, clocks, folk art, collectibles, historical documents, artifacts, garden furniture and decorations, oriental rugs, and field & stream sporting collectibles.

We are seeking a full-time, permanent in-house auction cataloger to join our team. A passion for material culture and objects is essential to be successful in this position. Previous auction house, museum, or cataloging experience is desirable, but not necessary. We will train the right candidate. Salary is commensurate with experience and position will allow potential for growth. Paid overtime is available. Benefits include healthcare, dental, two-weeks paid vacation and approximately ten paid holidays.

Responsibilities:

  • Researching, evaluating and estimating the value of a wide variety of decorative art objects, including but not limited to: silver, jewelry, collectibles, decorations, art glass, and accessories.
  • Writing accurate, appealing, clear, and informative catalog descriptions.
  • Meeting with clients, conducting initial appraisals, and writing up contracts for the consignment of property.
  • Preparing, uploading, and maintaining data for weekly online iGavel auctions.
  • Responding knowledgeably and professionally to inquiries from potential buyers of auction items.
  • Communicating regularly and effectively with photographer, photo editor, and inventory specialists about priorities and items needing special attention.
  • Handling online and phone bidding during live auctions, approximately once a month on Saturdays.

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  • Teachable.
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to establish close working relationships with a variety of people.
  • Excellent verbal and writing skills for cataloging and communicating with buyers and consignors.
  • Able to work collaboratively on large projects while being confident and comfortable taking initiative and working independently.
  • Able to carefully handle and examine objects for cataloging, condition reports, and determining authenticity.
  • Proficient computer skills and ideally a strong knowledge of database management systems, Excel, Word, photo editing and storage; website and social media knowledge a plus.
  • Able to prioritize multiple highly important processes and responsibilities in a high-pressured environment and meet constant deadlines.
  • Able to anticipate and solve problems.
  • Creative and resourceful.
  • Fully committed to the position with flexibility in work hours and availability to work late nights and weekends during catalog deadline and auction dates.

 

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Ms_Junior_Visual Artist/Illustrator_Tokyo

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Tokyo
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Visual Artist/Illustrator

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I am a digital illustrator as well as a painter 

My portfolio is online on www.izzahkhan.net

 

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