Print Quarterly: Administrator position available

Print Quarterly is seeking an Administrator to work in our office in London. This role will ensure the smooth running of our administrative activities, providing the highest level of service at all times. There will be a requirement to work up to three weekends a year to attend art fairs. The position is full time but consideration will also be given to a job share arrangement.

Key aspects of the role include:

  • Leading on administrative activities
  • Being responsible for the journal’s accounts and invoicing
  • Being responsible for the journal’s subscriptions
  • Managing the ordering of books and their delivery to the local post office
  • Lone working, on occasion

You are the right person for the role if you have:

  • Excellent knowledge and experience with QuickBooks software and accounting
  • Good knowledge of and experience with database management, including Microsoft Access
  • Outstanding organisational and time management skills
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • An ability to find satisfaction in repetitive work such as database entry
  • An ability to work to deadlines

It would be desirable if you have:

  • Knowledge of WordPress and website design
  • Knowledge of Adobe InDesign and Photoshop
  • Familiarity with foreign languages, such as French, Italian, Spanish, German, Russian or Japanese, in order to be able to understand and transcribe book titles
  • An interest in books
  • An interest in art
  • Creativity and interest in helping to design advertisements or social media posts

If you are interested in the role, we encourage you to apply by sending a curriculum vitae and cover letter of no more than one page, outlining what interests you in the role and how your skills match the position. When applying, please include your salary expectations and whether you are seeking either a full-time or part-time role. Please include any knowledge of languages and IT skills as well as the names of two references on the curriculum vitae. Candidates must have the right to work in the UK.

Applications will be considered until the position has been filled, although applications received before 29 July 2021 will be prioritized. Please email applications to editor@printquarterly.co.uk. Unfortunately, we are only able to respond to candidates who have been selected for interview.

 

Print Quarterly Internship

We are currently not accepting internship applications.  We will update this note when a position become available again.

Print Quarterly, the leading scholarly journal on prints and printmaking, is offering a voluntary, one- or two-day-per-week internship to a graduate student in art history.

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Print Quarterly Platform Series: Paul Coldwell in conversation with William Kentridge

Lecture Theatre
Camberwell College of Art
May 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pGPBT6pwhA

 

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