Careers

Are you interested in pursuing an exciting career with one of the most innovative and successful fine art companies in the world? Apply for one of our current openings:

CORPORATE OFFICES

For the most up-to date job listings in our Southfield, Michigan or Miami Lakes, Florida corporate offices, please visit Park West Gallery on LinkedIn.

ABOARD CRUISE SHIPS

We’re currently seeking dynamic sales professionals who are entrepreneurial, self-motivated and looking to realize their full potential while living and working aboard a luxury cruise ship. Learn to manage an international fine art program and develop an expertise in art, all while visiting exotic ports of call and enjoying cruise amenities. For more information and to apply, please visit http://artauctionsabroad.com.

ARTIST SUBMISSIONS

Each year, we receive thousands of submissions from artists and dealers to become part of the Park West Gallery collection. Our committee selection process is rigorous and based on our continuous research and comprehensive understanding of the international art market. Please contact Customer Service to request our Artist Submission Guidelines.

 

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