Bernacki & Associates Inc. has an opening for a Marketing Specialist.
Conduct market research to develop Bernacki’s culturally significant, historic marketing campaign.
Seek network opportunities for Bernacki through the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, museums, antique and art dealers, private collectors, designers, insurance claims specialists, and art-owners.
Plan, organize and participate in promotional events for the company and associated non-profit and business associations.
Implement the company’s advertising needs.
Determine the effectiveness of marketing, advertising, and marketing strategies.
Research, create, and maintain/update database of potential business leads.
Engage in social media announcements and updates in English and Polish.
Design the company’s promotional materials in print and online.
Produce press releases for the company and associated non-profit organizations and design promotional materials.
Perform full photographic documentation of all conservation/restoration work.
Take museum standard detailed photographs of all objects before, during, and after restoration.
Responsible for photo documentation of conservation projects.
Liaise with the company’s IT vendor to ensure that the office’s IT systems are operating properly.
Employer requires a Bachelor’s degree in History, Music, Photography, Fine Arts, or related and 1 year of relevant work experience.
Academic or work experience must have included:
Leading marketing strategies and direction;
Design, including photographs, descriptions, and drawings, for exhibits at marketing events;
Coordinating with third party organizations regarding exhibit and marketing design;
Creating and designing websites, brochures, posters, international boards, mailers, invitations, program books, and banners; and
Leading promotional campaigns.
Any applicant may apply by submitting a resume to
Work alongside Workshop Manager in finishing /restoration of Antique and custom-made furniture, millwork and other wooden objects and surfaces. Engage in the daily functions of workshop operations, including preparing surfaces for finishing; stripping, sanding, minor wood repair; and follow through with complete finishing process. Finishing process includes mixing stain to match, applying stain and finishing, sealing, waxing and buffing according to project directives. Mind details and meet deadlines. Perform onsite client service to include touch up where required. Train and advise other employees and finishers on restoration projects and safety procedures. Engage in heavy lifting of supplies for finishing and restoration for onsite work.
Employer requires two years of relevant work experience. Work experience must have included:
Color matching, both in oil and water based stains;
Engaging in finish conservation and restoration;
Practical application of various finishes including: French polish, lacquer, nitro-cellulose, vinyl, polyurethane, and wax;
Practical application of finishing techniques: hand rubbed finishes, glazing, aged, faux finishes and spray application;
Detailed finishing and refinishing on all wood surfaces;
Use of hand sanding tools, finishing gun, and finish buffer and tools;
Lifting more than 75 lbs of supplies; and
Clean driving record.
Commensurate on experience/Benefits offered