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Crown Fine Art’s Trainee Scheme returns after successful pilot

Crown Fine Art is once again providing the opportunity for an apprentice to learn and develop the skills needed to become an accomplished art technician through its Trainee Scheme.

The international fine art logistics company was the first in its sector to offer this apprenticeship scheme in 2014 and is now recruiting for another personable, diligent and pragmatic young person to join the team.

In the role, the Trainee will learn and develop skills in the handling and packing of fine art. He or she will also increase knowledge and understanding of the logistics related to the storage and transportation of fine arts and artefacts.

The overall goal is to provide a structured training and mentoring programme which will ultimately see individuals become skilled technicians and key members of the organisation as the business grows.

The role will mainly be based at Crown Fine Art’s purpose-built hi-tech facility Art Central, which opened last year. However, it will also involve working at museums, galleries, auction houses and at the property of private collectors.

David Preston, General Manager at Crown Fine Art, said: “Due to the success of our previous apprentices – who have proved a real asset to the team – we are once again recruiting. This is an opportunity for a budding art technician to receive the training, resources and experience needed to progress within this varied, challenging and ultimately rewarding line of work.”

If you are interested in finding out more please apply with a CV and/or covering letter to Keith Abbott:[email protected].

To find out more about Crown Fine Art visit: www.crownfineart.com.