Institutional Partnerships Intern

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📅  Posted 10 days ago 📍 United States 💵 16/hour
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Job Description

The Institutional Partnerships Intern will work alongside the office of Institutional Partnerships team in entering information in the database, updating existing records, and supporting the sales team with research projects. 

Candidates should be diligent, extremely organized, and have a strong sense of time management, especially when tasked with several time sensitive projects. Previous experience with data entry, updating records and research is strongly recommended. A solid knowledge of museums in the United States is highly preferred. This role involves significant exposure to client information, therefore discretion is essential.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Entering information into the database as well as extracting from the database.
  • Updating records and keeping the most accurate up-to date information.
  • Must be comfortable and capable of working with large amounts of data.
  • Conduct research through print and digital publications and social media outlets.
  • Gather information on exhibitions related to the gallery’s program.

The Winter/Spring 2024 internship runs from approximately January 3–April 21. Position hours are 10am - 6pm and the candidate will need to be available at least 3 days a week. All interns are paid New York State minimum wage of $16/hour.  Candidates must be residents of NY, NJ, or CT. Only qualified candidates will be contacted. Absolutely no calls or walk-ins please.

Please submit your resume & cover letter.

David Zwirner is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Gallery is firmly committed to equal employment opportunities in all facets of its operations. The Gallery makes decisions concerning hiring and terms and conditions of employment without regard to any characteristic protected by applicable law.