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Eccomerce Assistant
Closes 30th September 2021
Location: London
Type: Part time
Salary: Paid (£15k-18k pro rata)
Contact Elinor@Artellite.co.uk

We are recruiting for an Eccomerce Assistant, aged 16-24 and on Universal Credit, through the Kickstart scheme. The job opportunity will help the right candidate to develop excellent interpersonal and administration skills, as well as business development knowledge. The new team members will play a crucial role at Artellite, providing essential administrative and organisational support to the gallery’s team. The position is part-time, 25 hours per week, for the duration of a 6-month contract. The remuneration is according to the National Minimum Wage. To be successful in this role, you will need to have good knowledge of contemporary art, with excellent administration and research skills. The ideal candidate will have the ability to work both independently, managing their own time, and as a part of a team, collaborating with others. Keen attention to detail and initiative will be paramount to this role. Good IT skills and excellent time-keeping are essential for this role. Special interest in business development is a must.

Send your CV and Cover Letter to: Elinor@Artellite.co.uk by 30 September 2021


Art Prize Assistant 
Closes 31st October 2021 (pending Kickstart approval)
Location: London
Type: Part time
Salary: Paid (£15k-18k pro rata) 
Contact Elinor@Artellite.co.uk 

We are recruiting for an Art Prize Assistant, aged 16-24 and on Universal Credit, through the Kickstart scheme. The job opportunity will help the right candidate to develop excellent interpersonal and administration skills, as well as business development knowledge. The new team members will play a crucial role at Artellite, providing essential administrative and organisational support to the gallery’s team. The position is part-time, 25 hours per week, for the duration of a 6-month contract. The remuneration is according to the National Minimum Wage. To be successful in this role, you will need to have good knowledge of contemporary art, with excellent administration and research skills. The ideal candidate will have the ability to work both independently, managing their own time, and as a part of a team, collaborating with others. Keen attention to detail and initiative will be paramount to this role. Good IT skills and excellent time-keeping are essential for this role. Special interest in business development is a must. 

Send your CV and Cover Letter to: Elinor@Artellite.co.uk by 31 October 2021


 

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