Sep 04 2021

Part-time Gallery Assistant / Docent – Amanda Wei Gallery

Amanda Wei Gallery is seeking a part-time Gallery Assistant or/and Docent with high self-motivation and passion about art. Mutually reinforcing with Amanda Wei Gallery’s Central space, we also have a private & multifunctional contemporary art space for museum-scale exhibitions, showcasing masterpieces from international artists.


The Role

The successful candidates will be part of the gallery team providing administrative, coordination, and sales support on all gallery day-to-day operations, exhibitions, art fairs, and projects. The Gallery Assistants shall maintain an elegant, welcoming atmosphere in the gallery and providing general assistance to visitors.



  • Daily operation duties include: answering calls, handling visitor enquiries, handling sales of books and merchandise, maintaining a tidy and organised environment in the gallery, switching on and off and participate in exhibitions/events, and alerting relevant colleagues to situations and matters arising in the gallery;
  • Maintaining an excellent understanding of current exhibitions in order to convey to visitors the concepts behind each show; Preparing private guided tours according to appointments;
  • Responsible for administrative tasks which include but are not limited to: updating artwork databases and gallery contacts, preparing and maintaining documents (e.g. briefs, information decks, proposals, presentations, schedules, lists, reports), and recording production expenses;
  • Develop a sound understanding of the gallery’s roster of artists and programme of exhibitions, and assist in preparation of future exhibitions/events documents;
  • Help in digital and communication tasks including social media content writing, graphic design for exhibitions and translation of correspondences and information for internal and external circulation;
  • Ad-hoc duties or projects as assigned.



  • Minimum two days of work per week with high flexibility in schedule (from Monday to Saturday)
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English and Chinese;
  • Energetic, committed, flexible team player with a self-starting, ‘can do’ approach and a strong sense of initiative;
  • Strong skills in communication, interpersonal relations, coordination, time management, and problem solving;
  • Ability to thrive in an extremely fast-paced work environment that is multicultural and spans multiple time zones;
  • Skilled in Mac operating system and Microsoft Office (skills in SketchUp and Adobe would be a strong asset);
  • Knowledge of digital and graphic design is necessary;
  • Experience and result of selling art in events and exhibitions would be a plus.


Applications should include:

A resume clearly outlining your employment history, skills, and qualifications (reference check might be conducted);

Please send your application to

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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