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Fine Art & Antiques Fair Internship in London

For over 25 years BADA fair has been the Spring highlight for the fine art, design and antiques community, showcasing beautiful objects of outstanding quality from 100 of the UK’s finest dealers. The week-long event offers collectors, curators, art professionals and interior designers from across the world, the chance to meet BADA dealers, benefit from their extensive expertise and purchase exceptional pieces of traditional, modern and contemporary art and antiques.

What we offer:

  • The opportunity to work on one of the longest-running fine art, design and antiques fairs in the UK, working alongside dealers with specialist knowledge across the arts.
  • Experience and learn the ins and outs of a large-scale event, working alongside the BADA Events team.
  • Deliver an event in one of the most exclusive and sought after areas of London, in Chelsea.
  • Gain valuable experience in event planning, organisation, communications and administrative tasks.
  • We will provide a full reference for you, following completion of the internship.

What are you going to do

We require an intern who can support our art and antique dealers as they move into our vast exhibition space on King's Road, and work with the BADA team to keep everything running smoothly when we open to the public. You will need to be a confident communicator, have exemplary time-keeping and a knowledge of art or antiques would be an advantage.

This role involves administrative tasks, communication and forward-planning. You will be assisting with pass-printing, scheduling, front of house duties, answering dealer enquiries and supporting the vetting committees before public opening day.

You MUST be available on several days between 5-23 March 2018.

The role will involve working in the week leading up to the fair, and whilst the fair is open to the public.

You will not be required to work every day, and we will agree a schedule that suits your existing commitments. You will be given a full lunch break each day, and will have set working hours.

What we ask:

  • We request that you are educated to A Level or Foundation Level as minimum
  • Customer service experience is a necessity for this role
  • We are looking for someone who is positive, ready to learn and can perform well under pressure.

    The fair is a busy environment with lots of visitors, so it's important to be presentable and know how to respond if a difficult situation arises.

    Please provide evidence that you have experience in dealing with customer enquiries, and how you have developed your communication skills up to this point.

    If you have any prior knowledge of art or antiques, we would love to hear about it, although this is not a necessity in order to fulfil this role.

    Available to work across 5-7 days between 5-23 March 2018.

Extra information

Education Level
Secondary School, College
Location
London
Working hours per week
8 - 18
Type of Contract
Internships
Salary indication
£0.00 per hour
Responsible for
Customer and dealer enquiries, administrative tasks, scheduling, and supporting operational activities.
Type of Job
Admin / Secretarial, Customer Service
Full UK/EU driving license preferred
No
Car Preferred
No
Must be eligible to work in the EU
No
Cover Letter Required
Yes
Languages
English

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