Bookseller-administrator-manager

Thomas Heneage Art Books

Thomas Heneage Art Books seeks a bookseller-administrator-manager

keen to develop a career in both the arts and book selling.





You must have the imagination and drive to help transform, a traditional,

high end bookshop selling both new and antiquarian art books, into the

modern idiom. The right candidate will be encouraged and be expected

to take on a significant degree of responsibility. You will be involved in

everything from generating sales to the organization of the business. Supervision

and delegation of staff and the day to day running of our prestigious

book shop are all part of this remit.





The books you sell will be predominantly Western European and it would

be an advantage if you spoke at least one language other than English,

preferably German, Italian, French or Spanish as you will be selling to

a varied clientele from all over the world. You will report to and work

closely with the Directors and must liaise with the accountant.





Sales & Marketing: It will be your prime responsibility to develop and

expand: Retail; Mail Order; and Internet Sales, as part of this you will be

expected to play an active role in the development of our new website.





Fairs: We exhibit at TEFAF Maastricht. The organization, administration

and successful operation of any fairs at which we exhibit is part of

your remit.





Salary: dependent on experience and performance.





To apply please send a cover letter and cv to Thomas Heneage, 42 Duke

Street, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6DJ or to abs@heneage.com

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