Personal Assistant to CEO of ARTIQ Limited
The team at ARTIQ is united by the shared goal of bringing momentum to the cultural sector: introducing great art to our clients and ensure artists and creatives are paid fairly.
We are currently looking for our next incredible team member to help our CEO Patrick, as his Personal Assistant dealing with everything from pitches to paperwork!
Patrick founded ARTIQ 11 years ago with a desire to create a sustainable cultural economy; paying artists fairly and providing spaces with incredible art. As an LGBTQ+ entrepreneur, Patrick is passionate about supporting diverse communities through ARTIQ’s services and supports local charities and trusts with mentorship and fundraising. Deeply committed to furthering cultural awareness and experience, you will play a central part in helping him get things done.
What you’ll be responsible for:
- Looking after Patrick’s emails, diary and day to day life
- Managing client enquiries and expectations, with the utmost care
- Ensuring the team is kept in the loop, for our team is everything!
- Helping with client sales and projects including paperwork, scheduling and prep for meetings
- Keeping track of expenses, salesforce, business development and strategic partners
- Innovating to make things better – we question things when they don’t work well and always look to make improvements
- Undertaking ad-hoc research projects on new markets and new ideas
What we expect:
- An experienced administrator with a passion for the arts and/or business
- Emotional intelligence and exceptional communication skills
- Commercial awareness: experience dealing with a range of professionals, with the utmost tact and diplomacy
- A team player with long-term ambition at ARTIQ
- A proactive and can-do attitude
- Absolute discretion and reliability
If this sounds like you, please email your CV to Tazie@artiq.co by 23rd October 2020!
ARTIQ firmly believes in equal opportunity and this is inherent in our hiring policy. We are determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable or disadvantageous treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, race or class.