Reporting to the Senior Partner, Europe, the Executive Assistant supports the efforts of the Senior Partner, Europe with all business and administrative matters, including sales, exhibitions, art fairs, artist relations, client development, appointments, diary, and travel management.

Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist Senior Partner, Europe with sales offers, queries, and client outreach
  • Help coordinate Senior Partner, Europe with itinerary for all travels
  • Prepare Senior Partner, Europe daily and weekly agenda, oversee appointments, and keep gallery informed via shared calendar
  • Organize and maintain viewing schedule
  • Research artists, objects, and art market for comparable and general insight
  • Maintain accurate, comprehensive, and up-to-date object records, prices, and relevant information in company database for all sales and consignments
  • Oversee general financial office, including exact values and currencies of a large quantity of consignments and sales, and corresponding payment schedules
  • Compile price lists and inventory reports
  • Update auction catalogues; input sales results after every major auction; conduct market research prior to auctions
  • Maintain and update list of reserves and sales in company database, informing Sales staff of changes and updates
  • Prepare after sale packets with relevant information
  • Coordinate all shipping, transport, collection, and delivery with Registrar
  • Maintain and update list of consignments brought in by Senior Partner, Europe to be discussed at Sales staff meetings; attend meetings on behalf of Senior Partner, Europe if and when required
  • Coordinate with artists, museum directors, curators, and journalists as needed
  • Assist Senior Partner, Europe with various aspects of exhibitions and art fair logistics when they are the lead

 Personal Qualities

  • Superior communication skills, as the EA will be the spokesperson and main channel of communication for, and on behalf of, the Senior Partner, Europe
  • Ability to continue prioritising and calmly performing under stressful circumstances
  • Detail-oriented, organised, and capable of executing multiple tasks in a very fast-paced environment
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Creative problem solving
  • Consistent, punctual, and reliable
  • Models a professional way of working
  • Inspires teamwork and cooperation
  • Must be flexible to handle scheduled and emergency work outside of working hours (9:30am – 6pm)


  • BA or MA in Art History; focus on or interest in twentieth century to contemporary art, preferred.
  • 3+ years of experience as a similar role or assisting senior staff in an art gallery (preferred) auction house, museum, or comparable environment
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Google Suite, Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop)
  • Basic computer and IT support with various hardware and software

Salary: £40k – £45k DOE
Start Date: ASAP – ideal start in October/November

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