ART GALLERY MANAGER - CONTEMPORARY ART SALES

Posted 12 October 2018 by The Career Factor
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This is a very exciting career opportunity! My client, an extremely successful and prestigious art publishing company, is looking to hire a dynamic Gallery Manager to promote and sell their artwork in their superb Cirencester Gallery. You will have proven management and target driven sales experience, and an engaging personality enabling you to connect with people, and build an instant rapport.

Based in the gallery, this consultative role will involve confident gallery sales with clients, coupled with a thorough understanding of the company and their truly stunning art work. Overall, other than delivering sales, you will also manage and co-ordinate your small team, providing them with general support, training and motivation, including the preparation for exhibitions and private views.

Responsibilities

1/ Greeting gallery walk-in visitors and selling to clients, providing a professional and personal service.

2/ Meeting monthly personal and team sales targets (combining footfall, CRM, and proactive sales) and adding value to the gallery.

3/ Morning gallery setup and upkeep to a very high standard.

4/ Keeping gallery stock information up to date.

5/ Assisting with ad-hoc and exhibition events organisation for the gallery including some evening events.

Required skills and experience:

1/ Hardworking and proven sales and management experience

2/ Friendly, polite and welcoming nature.

4/ Art knowledge or a strong interest in learning (full art training given)

5/ Self-motivated

6/ Computer literate

Weekend work is part of this role. The advertised OTE is realistic and includes a very good basic salary. There are career progression opportunities for the most successful consultants. Please send your CV asap - only candidates progressing to the next stage will be contacted. The Career Factor is a recruitment agency in this matter.

Reference: 36217677

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