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New York

Colleen Boyle
+1 (917) 809 9430 colleenboyle@fineartgroup.com

Chicago

Colleen Boyle
+1 (917) 809 9430 colleenboyle@fineartgroup.com

Denver

Kimberly Hong
+1 (720) 464 3141 kimberlyhong@fineartgroup.com

Los Angeles

+1 (818) 674 4147 mail@fineartgroup.com

Philadelphia

+1 (610) 254 8400 mail@fineartgroup.com

Charleston

Shane David Hall
+1 (843) 290 5223 shanehall@fineartgroup.com

Palm Beach

Colleen Boyle
+1 (917) 809 9430 colleenboyle@fineartgroup.com

London

+44 (0) 20 7478 2070 mail@fineartgroup.com

Brussels

Hubert D'Ursel
+32 475 417 320 hubertdursel@fineartgroup.com

Dubai

Salma Shaheem
+971 4 427 2100 ss@fineartgroup.com

Australia

Leticia Hoffman
+61 448 659 095 leticiahoffman@fineartgroup.com

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Careers

Full-Time Positions

Events and Proposals Coordinator
Contract: Temporary (6 months) with potential to increase to full time.

The Fine Art Group is looking to hire an Events and Proposals Coordinator to provide support to the Business Development team in all client engagement initiatives.

The candidate will be tasked with running all event logistics and assisting with additional
proposal initiatives.

The candidate must be a highly motivated individual, capable of working across a number of different work streams and working collaboratively across the different departments.

The role is wide ranging, and the candidate can expect to enjoy a busy but varied day, the candidate must be an effective and organised multi-tasker.

The candidate must also be highly discreet in handling any information both regarding
external clients and internal initiatives.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious person to gain experience in events and
proposals within the art world working with a growing and fast-paced investment and
advisory house based in the centre of London.

Overview of the role:
This is a role that requires a minimum of 2 years’ experience, where the candidate will work closely with the Business Development team to support business-getting initiatives such as events and marketing.

Key responsibilities:
- Assist with event administration, i.e. venue research, quote gathering, supplier research, liaise with external providers etc.
- Manage the event timeline ensuring all suppliers, the venue, clients etc. are
confirmed in a timely manner ahead of the event
- Create elegant digital invitations (and organise hard copy if required)
- Guest list management and event tagging
- Organize art fair and museum passes for the group
- Prepare well-written and attractively designed proposals with input and direction
from the Art Team and Business Getters.
- Ensuring proposal deadlines are met.
- Manage administration and data entry relating to events and client intelligence.
- Maintain tagging and grading systems relating to client intelligence.

Skills/Competencies:
- Previous event management experience
- Exhibit strong writing skills and excellent grammar
- Very good level of English, spoken and written
- Be practical, demonstrate ability to pitch in where needed
- Be highly organised (demonstrate ability to multi-task and prioritise effectively) and have proven time-management skills
- Have exceptional attention to details
- Database management skills
- Be able to design sleek and impressive proposals
- Essential: proficiency in InDesign or Marq, and Microsoft Office

Please note that to apply for this role, the candidate must have an existing right to work in the U.K.

To apply for this role please email a CV and cover letter to
sophierosenheim@fineartgroup.com
Location: London, U.K.
Salary: Commensurate with experience
To apply please contact sophierosenheim@fineartgroup.com
Associate Counsel
Reports to: Group General Counsel (London)

About the position:

The Associate Counsel will work closely with the Group General Counsel and other global business and compliance colleagues to ensure the efficient and high-quality legal function for a highly transactional business.

Key Responsibilities:

- Drafting, reviewing comments on, revising and executing a wide range of art advisory, art finance and art appraisal contracts and ancillary documentation. Practice areas to be familiar with include corporate and commercial, and finance.

- Documentation management in connection with transactions, including working closely with the commercial office, and other legal transaction management functions including instructing and managing local counsel.

- Managing and updating full suite of legal templates.

- Assisting the AML Compliance Officer and the art finance department with the onboarding of new clients, including working with fund administrators in connection with the same.

- Providing corporate governance legal support, including producing board minutes and resolutions.

- Providing legal support on a wide range of special projects.

Key Skills:

- Very strong drafting.

- Detail oriented.

- Highly organised, good time management and prioritization skills.

- Independent thinker.

- Ability to meet deadlines and work in a fast-paced business environment.

- Strong communication and interpersonal skills with clients, a wide variety of internal colleagues and a range of external service providers.

- Highly driven and committed to succeed.

Experience:

- 3-8 PQE English solicitor or New York qualified.

- Banking and finance experience desirable.

- No art law experience required but desirable, and self-interest to develop sector knowledge important.

- Proficient in Microsoft Word, Power Point and Excel, and Adobe.
Location: New York or London Office
Salary: Competitive and dependent on experience
To apply please contact kellyfrevele@fineartgroup.com
Group Financial Director
Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

The Role:

We are looking for a candidate who will fully integrate themselves into our business. The focus of the role will be taking ownership of the finance function and monitoring the Group’s finances, but we will expect you to bring ideas for improvements and to identify opportunities for financial analysis to support and direct the strategic growth plans of the business. This is a senior role; you will report directly to the COO and will assist in reporting directly to the Board on finance matters.

You will be responsible for controlling and managing all aspects of the finance function, including:

· Preparation of monthly consolidated group management accounts (encompassing approximately 5 active subsidiaries) for the board and shareholders

· Preparation of financial forecasting and cash flow for the board, for the Group and its joint ventures. Developing reporting tools and analysis to support this.

· Developing and implementing robust but efficient procedures and controls for all finance team workstreams

· Liaison with external advisers for:

o Preparation of annual UK financial statements

o Preparation and submission of corporation tax returns for UK and US companies

o Local corporate, income and sales tax returns where required

· Oversight of the preparation and submission of UK VAT returns

· Financial oversight of the group’s existing and future investment fund activities

· Review and oversight of financial statements prepared by external service providers for offshore group companies, group investment fund activities and joint ventures

· Managing and mentoring 3-4 finance team members

· Overseeing cost control and risk management, including FX policy

The Person:

You will be a fully qualified ACA or ACCA accountant with experience in senior stakeholder engagement. You will have excellent organizational, communication and people skills and will not be afraid of using your own initiative. The role will require the ability to work flexibly as part of a relatively small and entrepreneurial team and will require sound judgement, professionalism and discretion.

No art/art market experience is required but development of sector knowledge once in post is essential.

Experience of fund management or asset management would be highly beneficial, but a desire and aptitude to apply existing skills in new circumstances would be equally desirable.

The role is based in our London offices and applicants must have an existing right to work in the U.K.

Skills;

Familiarity with FRS102 and IFRS

Strong working knowledge of V.A.T. and corporation tax

Comprehensive working knowledge of SAGE 50 Accounts and other accounting packages

Excellent Microsoft office suite skills especially Excel (Pivot, lookups etc.) essential. Familiarity with Excel modelling beneficial.

To apply:

Please email your CV to Karensmith@fineartgroup.com with the subject “Finance Director, The Fine Art Group”. Cover letters are not required.
Location: London Office
Salary: Competitive and dependent on experience
To apply please contact karensmith@fineartgroup.com
Appraisals Manager
Reports to: Director of Appraisals

The Role:

We are looking for an energetic Appraisals Manager within the Arts and Collections industry to provide support to our Sales team and oversee our team of experienced appraisers and art advisors in conjunction with our Director of Appraisals.

Requirements:

• Minimum Bachelors Degree in Art History or directly related industry (Masters Degree preferred)
• USPAP Certification
• Minimum 5 years experience in the Art Appraisal, Advisory or Auction Industry
• Minimum 3 years management experience, with a experience managing FT & PT direct reports
• Prior cataloguing, valuation and quality control experience
• Track record of implementing a strategic and visionary approach when accomplishing company goals
• Strong interpersonal skills and a solid ability to establish effective working relationships with all levels within the organization
• Demonstration of ability to take strategic steps to evaluate with an eye to creating efficiencies within current business practices
• Strong ability to analyze financials, and develop plans to grow revenue and mitigate losses and expenses
• Ability to develop and motivate department support staff to accomplish current goals
• Superior Industry Knowledge – Facility with industry and appraisal guidelines for Insurance, Damage loss, IRS donation, IRS Estate Probate, IRS Gift Tax, Divorce equitable distribution, and Current Knowledge of USPAP guidelines and tax changes related to tangible assets
• Project Management - Skillful in organizing, implementing, and managing projects and tasks including multiple budgets, timelines and deliverables simultaneously.
• Experience coordinating calls, organizing schedule and events, communication and correspondence with clients and referral sources, dissemination of information, research and collecting client data.
• Excellent customer service, interpersonal and conflict management skills
• Independent, pro-active, balanced approach with positive attitude under tight deadlines
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Must be able to handle large work loads
• Ability to work under high pressure and very busy situations
• Understanding and knowledge of the Museum, Gallery, Auction and Fine Art Markets

Responsibilities:

APPRAISAL COORDINATION (90%)
• Serve as a point person for all appraisal clients including major global relationships
• Assess client’s needs, send proposal, book appointment & annual review (when possible) and collect payment
• Schedule, coordinate & follow up with appraisers for onsite or remote appraisals; appraisal reminders, expense and Invoice reminder as well as photography and documentation submission
• Work with the administrative team to efficiently bring projects to conclusion
• Engage with clients regarding appointments, appraisals, general inquiries
• Follow-up with client referral sources for clients they refer including project update and answering any questions they may have
• Confirm appraisal appointments and project status updates with Sales Team including changes to appointments, project scope, and budget.
• Complete and confirm final Invoicing for clients and accounting department
• Update and Maintain Current Client Database
• Overseeing Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Reporting in various formats
• Respond to incoming telephone calls, perform necessarily follow up and communicate with sales team on client status.
• Review, edit, and deliver final appraisal reporting to client
• Manage the appraisal review process to create better efficiency and control the quality of the appraisal reports
• Quality control of all appraisals for industry compliance (AAA, USPAP, etc.) accuracy of values and approach to value as well as comprehensive and professionalism of the reports
• Reach out to appraisers, as needed, to provide them with feedback on their work and/or discuss questions and concerns relating to our appraisals process
• Actively manage appraisal coordinators throughout the appraisal process

ADVISORY (10%)
• Develop and Cultivate future Advisory Clients
• Conduct phone bids on behalf of TFG clients
• Assist with estate sale clients including onsite reviews and estimate gathering and organization of sale details

TEAM SUPPORT
• Work very closely as support staff to one senior sales team member and the Senior Director of Appraisals
• Coordinate Regionally & Globally for multi-territorial appraisals
• Communicate any workflow changes with team and appraisers
• Schedule Annual Appraisal Review & Issue Annual Review Letters
• Maintain CRM system including tracking New Business, Projected Income, Confirmed Deals, Projects in Process and Closed Deals.

To Apply:

While it is preferred the role be located out of the East Coast, Tri-State Area, we will consider a remote hire for the right individual.

Please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@fineartgroup.com with the subject “Appraisals Manager”. The Fine Art Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please no calls.
Location: East Coast Office / Virtual
Salary: Competitive and dependent on experience
To apply please contact jobs@fineartgroup.com

Internships

Marketing & Business Development Fellow
The Fine Art Group is an international, independent art appraisal and advisory firm that offers hands-on internships and fellowships for college students and recent graduates on a rolling basis. Our program provides the opportunity to learn about the art world while working alongside our team of experienced advisors.

We are looking for college students and recent graduates for our Greater Philadelphia area office on a FT basis to work within our US base of operations in Conshohocken, PA – just across the street from the SEPTA line. This is a long term fellowship (6-12 months), with an eye to cultivating the potential for full time entry level employment for the right candidate.

QUALITIES WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
- Have a keen interest in the art and collectibles market
- Have an outstanding work ethic, know how to prioritize tasks, and manage time effectively
- Thrive working in a fast-paced environment and managing multiple projects on tight deadlines
- Is a team player, takes initiative and comfortable working independently
- An effective communicator and not afraid to ask questions
- Enjoys problem solving
- Experienced with Adobe InDesign/Photoshop, Microsoft Excel/Word/PowerPoint/SharePoint
- Experience with WordPress, Mailchimp, Hootsuite a plus

RESPONSIBILITIES MAY INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
- Assist in production of marketing materials (presentations, proposals, etc.)
- Maintaining accuracy and organization of mailing list
- Taking notes during marketing meetings to distribute to team afterwards
- File management
- Assist in creating and scheduling social media posts
- Analyze and reporting marketing data from sources like Google Analytics, Mailchimp, Webinars
- Research keywords and hashtags for digital marketing channels
- Assist in copy editing and proof-reading all marketing materials
- Providing support for company events and conferences
- Admin support such as mailing materials, researching competitive services, uploading, and exporting data
- Minor video editing
- Project management, including related intern pool management
- Assist in managing TFG’s continuing education programs
- May include some appraisal and advisory support responsibilities such as: photo editing, cataloging and data entry

EDUCATION LEVEL: Recent graduate or working on college degree in art or marketing business related field.

Please email your resume, cover letter, and examples of your work that applies to the posted position to jobs@fineartgroup.com with the subject “Marketing & Business Development Fellowship.”

Portfolio work can be submitted as a PDF or link to online examples with a short description. If sharing collaborative work, please indicate the percentage of your contribution.

We are not accepting phone calls about open positions.

The Fine Art Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Location: Philadelphia Greater Metro Area
Salary: Weekly stipend
To apply please contact jobs@fineartgroup.com
Appraisals Management Fellow
The Fine Art Group is an independent, global team of art appraisers, advisors and art finance experts committed to supporting clients at every level of art market activity, across its five core services: art advisory, art finance, art investment, agency, and valuation.

Launched in 2000, The Fine Art Group has an unrivalled track record across its collective services, occupying a unique position within the art ecosystem. From understanding value to building a collection and acquiring art; to selling strategy and execution, investment opportunities and art financing, The Fine Art Group has the expertise and capacity to meet a wide range of needs and interests.

We are seeking a new Fellow to join our Fellowship Program and provide support to our Global Appraisals Team. This role will work directly with the appraisers and appraisals administrative team on all aspects of the appraisal process, including object and artist research, compiling appraisal reports, onsite visits and general administrative tasks. In-person position in our Conshohocken office is preferred, but virtual will be considered for the right candidate.

REQUIREMENTS
- Project Management: Skillful in organizing, implementing, and managing projects and tasks including multiple timelines and deliverables simultaneously.
- Excellent customer service, interpersonal and conflict management skills
- Independent, pro-active, balanced approach with positive attitude under tight deadlines
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- A keen interest and corresponding work experience and/or studies in Art and Antiques.
- Computer skills: Apple Mac OS, MS Office, Photoshop, and internet research
- Available to travel for appraisal jobs and research as needed (with advanced notice)

RESPONSIBILITIES are inclusive of but not limited to:
- Assist in the research, cataloguing and valuation of personal property which can range widely from fine art to wine, jewelry and general contents
- Maintain and update client database records
- Provide support for on-site client visits and appraisals
- Format and edit appraisal documents
- Photoshop, edit, and crop images
- Photograph art and objects
- Researching artists and writing biographies for appraisal use
- Working with the Administrative Coordinator and team of interns to manage appraisal projects

REPORTS TO:
Director of Appraisals

EDUCATION LEVEL: Recent graduate or working on college degree in art history or related field.

Please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@fineartgroup.com with the subject “Appraisals Fellow.”

Currently, we are not accepting phone calls about open positions.

The Fine Art Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Location: Philadelphia Greater Metro Area
Salary: Weekly Stipend
To apply please contact jobs@fineartgroup.com
Art Advisory Fellowship
The Fine Art Group (TFG) is an international, independent art appraisal and advisory firm that offers hands-on fellowships for college students and recent graduates on a rolling-basis. Our fellowship provides the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in all the core elements of the art advisory division of the firm. The fellow will work directly with the extended art advisory team.

Knowledge of art history is essential and an academic specialization or practical experience in art advisory is a plus.

We are looking for college students and recent college graduates for our area staff on a FT basis. The position will provide support of art advisory management while working hand in hand with our team of experienced art advisors. This is a long term fellowship (6-12 months), with an eye to cultivating and creating a full time entry level employment opportunity at TFG at the end of this 12 month fellowship, for the right candidate.

We are looking for a Fellow who:

- Has a keen interest in and knowledge of fine art.
- Has an outstanding work ethic and know how to prioritize and manage their time efficiently and effectively
- Would be described by their peers as "detail-oriented," “professional," and "accountable"
- Is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and thrive managing multiple projects on tight deadlines
- Is a team player and has the ability to take initiative and think creatively while working autonomously
- Is excited to be a collaborative member of the team and learn the in’s and out’s of the Art Advisory industry
- Has a keen interest and corresponding work experience and/or studies in art history.
- Is motivated and interested in both the gallery and auction markets and is keen to work in these markets.
- Computer skills – Apple Mac OS, MS Office, Photoshop, Internet savvy

Fellowship Training Opportunities and responsibilities may include:

- Research and catalogue fine art
- Coordinate with auction houses, galleries, and shipping companies to ship tangible assets worldwide.
- Assist in communicating with clients to schedule collection and delivery of tangible assets.
- Track shipments to ensure safe travel and arrival.
- Assist team with collection management, sales and acquisition
- Formatting and editing documents
- Photoshop and photograph art
- Create client presentations via PowerPoint or Word
- Contact galleries, auction houses or conservators when necessary
- Assist in managing and placing consignments in exhibitions and museums globally
- Provide administrative support to the advisory team when needed

Please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@fineartgroup.com with the subject “Art Advisory Fellow”. Currently, we are not accepting phone calls about open positions.

The Fine Art Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Location: New York - Philadelphia
Salary: Weekly stipend
To apply please contact jobs@fineartgroup.com
Appraisal Management Intern
The Fine Art Group is an international, independent art appraisal and advisory firm that offers hands-on internships for college students and recent graduates on a rolling-basis. Our internships provide the opportunity to learn about the art world and office management while working alongside our team of experienced appraisers and art advisors.

We are looking for college students and recent college graduates for our Philadelphia, PA area office on a FT or PT basis. Part-time interns will be considered IF they are available a minimum of three full days a week to work out of our base of national operations in Conshohocken, PA – just across the street from the SEPTA line. Virtual opportunities available.

We are looking for interns who:

- Have a keen interest in and knowledge of art and antiques
- Have an outstanding work ethic and know how to prioritize and manage their time efficiently and effectively
- Would be described by their peers as "detail-oriented," “professional," and "accountable"
- Are comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and thrive managing multiple projects on tight deadlines
- Are a team player and take initiative while working autonomously
- Are excited to be a collaborative member of the team and learn the in’s and out’s of the appraisal industry

Intern responsibilities may include:

- Researching and cataloguing antiques and - - Assist with on-site client visits and appraisals
- Formatting and editing documents for grammatical and spelling errors
- Photoshopping, editing, and cropping images
- Photographing of art and objects
- Assisting with social media and digital marketing
- Contacting third parties, such as storage facilities or galleries, related to art advisory
- Provide administrative & operational support to the staff as needed

Education Level: College Degree

Please email your resume and cover letter with the subject “TFAG Art Management Intern”.

At this time, we are not accepting phone calls about open positions. Please only submit your application via email.

The Fine Art Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Location: Philadelphia Greater Metro Area
Salary: Weekly stipend
To apply please contact jobs@fineartgroup.com
Art Advisory Intern
The Fine Art Group is an international, independent art appraisal and advisory firm that offers hands-on internships for college students and recent graduates on a rolling-basis. Our internships provide the opportunity to learn about the art world and office management while working alongside our team of experienced art advisors.

We are looking for college students and recent college graduates for our Philadelphia, PA and our New York, NY area offices on a FT basis. Part-time interns will be considered IF they are available a minimum of three full days a week to work out of our two regional offices. Virtual or Hybrid internships will be considered on a rolling basis.

We are looking for interns who:

- Have a keen interest in and knowledge of art and antiques
- Have an outstanding work ethic and know how to prioritize and manage
their time efficiently and effectively
- Would be described by their peers as "detail-oriented," “professional,"
and "accountable"
- Are comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and thrive
managing multiple projects on tight deadlines
- Are a team player and take initiative while working autonomously
- Are excited to be a collaborative member of the team and learn the in’s
and out’s of the appraisal industry

Intern responsibilities may include:

- Research and catalogue valuable collectibles and fine art
- Maintain and update advisory clients in PMA database as well as share drive
- Formatting and editing documents for grammatical and spelling errors
- Photoshopping, editing, and cropping images
- Photographing of art and objects
- Create client presentations via PowerPoint or Word, as needed
- Assisting with social media and digital marketing
- Contact storage facilities, shippers, galleries, or conservators, as needed
- Create and maintain client 1stdibs account, adding or editing as needed
- Assist in managing and placing consignments in exhibitions and museums globally
- Provide administrative & operational support to the staff as needed

Education Level: College Degree

Please email your resume and cover letter with the subject “TFAG Art Advisory Intern”.

At this time, we are not accepting phone calls about open positions. Please only submit your application via email.

The Fine Art Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Location: New York - Philadelphia
Salary: Weekly stipend
To apply please contact jobs@fineartgroup.com
Art Marketing Intern
The Fine Art Group is an international, independent art appraisal and advisory firm that offers hands-on internships for college students and recent graduates on a rolling-basis. Our internships provide the opportunity to learn about the art world and office management while working alongside our team of experienced advisors.

We are looking for college students and recent college graduates for our Greater Philadelphia area office on a FT basis. Part-time interns will be considered if they are available a minimum of three full days a week to work out of our US base of operations in Conshohocken, PA – just across the street from the SEPTA line.

We are looking for interns who:

- Have a keen interest in and knowledge of the art and collectibles market
- Have an outstanding work ethic and know how to prioritize and manage their time efficiently and effectively
- Are comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and thrive managing multiple projects on tight deadlines
- Are team players, take initiative and are comfortable working independently

Intern responsibilities may include:

- Assist in production of internal and external marketing collateral (presentations, proposals, service one-sheets)
- Maintaining accuracy and organization of mailing list
- Taking notes during marketing meetings to distribute to team afterwards
- Assist in creating and scheduling social media posts
- Analyze webinar attendee data
- Research keywords and hashtags for digital marketing
- Assist in copy editing and proof-reading all marketing materials
- Working in Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office software
- Minor video editing
- May include some appraisal support responsibilities such as, but not limited to, photo editing, cataloging and data entry

Education Level: Recent graduate or working on college degree

Please email your resume, cover letter, and examples of your work that applies to the posted position to jobs@fineartgroup.com with the subject “Marketing & Business Development Internship.”

Portfolio work can be submitted as a PDF or link to online examples with a short description. If sharing collaborative work, please indicate the percentage of your contribution.

We are not accepting phone calls about open positions.

The Fine Art Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Location: Philadelphia Greater Metro Area
Salary: Weekly stipend
To apply please contact jobs@fineartgroup.com
Jewelry Intern
The Jewelry Intern will support a quickly growing collecting category, the Luxury Division at The Fine Art Group - a fast-moving team with both national and international projects across all branches of the firm. Research, tracking, and regular collection review will be included regularly as well as work within the appraisal process.

The ideal candidate is a current or future candidate for a Graduate Gemologist degree in the Jewelry Industry, with previous experience with diamonds, colored stones, signed jewelry - preferred but not necessary. Some hands-on experience with the jewelry retail industry and/or working knowledge of contemporary, antique, and vintage jewelry is preferred, but not necessary. They should also have an outstanding work ethic, efficient time management, and be collaborative. They will collaborate with the Luxury Division teams and general operations to provide administrative and operational support.

We are looking for interns who:

- Have a keen interest in and knowledge of art, antiques & jewelry
- Are comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and thrive managing multiple projects on tight deadlines
- Are a team player and take initiative while working autonomously
- A current or future candidate for a Graduate Gemologist degree in the Jewelry Industry
- Previous experience with diamonds, colored stones, signed jewelry preferred but not necessary
- Some hands-on experience with the jewelry retail industry
- Working knowledge of contemporary, antique, and vintage jewelry preferred
- Strong sense of professionalism; excellent communication, client service and social skills

Key Responsibilities:

- Assist our Advisory team with reviewing auctions for possible acquisitions
- Assist with market reports
- Assist our Agency team with placement of pieces for sale
- Assist our Jewelry Appraiser with gemology work associated with the evaluation of assets including gem identification, carat weight calculation, grading, cataloging consigned property, researching authenticity, provenance and reviewing client inquiries to determine sale potential
- Assist our Jewelry Appraiser with research and catalogue of assets to assist in providing valuation for IRS (estate tax, gift tax, donation, etc.) and insurance appraisals
- Assist with client inquiries regarding appraisal services, consignments, and auctions

Education Level: Recent graduate or working on college degree

Please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@fineartgroup.com with the subject “TFG Jewelry Intern”. Currently, we are not accepting phone calls about open positions.

The Fine Art Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Location: Hybrid position allowed – East Coast
Salary: Weekly stipend
To apply please contact jobs@fineartgroup.com
Art Agency Intern
The Fine Art Group (TFG) is an international, independent art appraisal and advisory firm that offers hands-on internships for recent graduates and individuals with recent auction experience. Our internship provides the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in all the core elements of the art agency division of the firm. The intern will work directly with the extended art agency team. Knowledge of Art History and Auction Experience is essential and an academic specialization or practical experience in art advisory is a plus.

We are looking for college students and recent college graduates for our Philadelphia, PA and our New York, NY area offices on a FT, 3 to 4 month basis.

We are looking for interns who:
- Auction & Collections Management experience highly recommended
- Has a keen interest in and knowledge of fine art (AND/OR antiques, tangible assets, collectibles etc)
- Has an outstanding work ethic and know how to prioritize and manage their time efficiently and effectively
- Would be described by their peers as "detail-oriented," “professional," and "accountable"
- Is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and thrive managing multiple projects on tight deadlines
• Is a team player and has the ability to take initiative and think creatively while working autonomously
• Is excited to be a collaborative member of the team and learn the in’s and out’s of the Art Advisory & Agency industry
- Has a keen interest and corresponding work experience and/or studies in art history.
- Is motivated and interested in both the gallery and auction markets and is keen to work in these markets.
- Computer skills – Apple Mac OS, MS Office, Photoshop, Internet savvy

Intern Training Opportunities and responsibilities may include::
- Research and catalogue valuable collectibles and fine art
- Maintain and update agency clients in PMA database as well as share drive
- Formatting and editing documents for grammatical and spelling errors
- Photoshopping, editing, and cropping images
- Photographing of art and objects
- Create client presentations via PowerPoint or Word, as needed
- Help track our IC due for each sale and follow-up with auction houses for any missing or late payments
- Assist in managing and placing consignments in exhibitions and museums globally
- Provide administrative & operational support to the staff as needed

This Internship offers a modest weekly stipend. Please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@fineartgroup.com with the subject “TFG Art Agency Intern”. The Fine Art Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please no calls. www.fineartgroup.com
Location: Philadelphia Area
Salary: Weekly Stipend
To apply please contact jobs@fineartgroup.com