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Include These Gallery Assistant Skills
- Assisting clients during sale viewings and on sale days
- Showing clients property that is on display
- Answering general inquiries about sales and property
- Assisting security in the viewing areas
A sample cover letter for a Gallery Assistant that expresses the skills and expertise required for the role is shown below.
Dear Ms. Agnes Hamilton:
The description you posted for a Gallery Assistant matches my interests and qualifications perfectly.
With a strong background in fine art and former experience as a gallery assistant, I am confident that I would be a successful part of your team. Having worked for a number of museums and galleries in the past, I have been exposed to a number of aspects of the art world. My experience as Program Coordinator at Diaspora Vibe Gallery in Miami, Florida demonstrates my capability of working with others through the creative process of production while meeting project deadlines. Also, my education including an MFA in Media Art and MA in Chinese Culture and History have allowed me to learn the nuances of people and have provided me with good investigative and analytical skills that will suit your needs for exceptional customer assistance.
I have a unique international background and have lived in several countries across Europe, South America, and Asia, I have also studied and worked in the US and am currently planning to relocate to New York City. I am fluent in English, Spanish, and German and have familiarity with Portuguese and Mandarin. My extensive cross cultural background makes it easier for me to work successfully with clients of all nationalities.
Some of my key skills include:
Creativity, ability to improvise to meet customer needs
Strong administrative, communication, and organizational skills
Quick learner and self starter with high energy
Proficient with the internet and social media
I welcome the opportunity to meet with you to further discuss my candidacy and will contact you to see if we might arrange a time to speak about the position. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.