Art Handler – Storage Warehouse

Atelier 4 Inc

Atelier 4 Inc is a provider of fine-arts shipping and handling services, with over 32 years as an industry leader and providing equitable employment to talented members of the arts community. We are seeking an experienced and safe-working fine art handler for full-time employment in Long Island City (Mon – Fri, 9AM – 5PM). This is not gig work. This position does not require driving.


The position works with our storage warehousing technician team, including;

  • Pack all types of artworks; paintings, framed editions, sculptures, 3-D items, etc.

  • Plan & handle placement in storage, construct storage racking, monitor storage rooms.

  • Perform inventories, make visual inspection reports, complete dock receipts.

  • Assist on loading-dock with receiving, consolidations, releasing, crate-handling, etc.


Candidates should have the following qualifications:

  • At least 2-years’ employment experience in a fine arts handling environment.

  • Knowledge of art-handling best practices, safety-conscious with blades & hand tools.

  • Ability to work in MS-excel, neat hand-writing, experience with condition reporting.

  • Minimum of high school degree or equivalent; minimum 21 years of age.

Note: This position involves safely lifting at least 50 pounds as part of daily activities, plus the ability to work extended periods standing, bending, lifting, and/or carrying.

Atelier 4 Inc provides a positive and safe work environment, with generous company health benefits, paid time off, and skills training available. Starting rates based on experience and qualifications. Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.A. Employment subject to Transportation Security Administration STA approval.

How to Apply

We’d like to hear from interested candidates seeking full-time work in our fair and safety-conscious environment. Please email an up-to-date resume, and write “Storage” in the subject line. No phone calls please! Atelier 4 Inc is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted on October 5