Consignment Coordinator, Coins

Heritage Auctions

Are you adept at addressing client and internal business partner requests? Set your sights on a career at Heritage Auctions, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with offices in New York, Chicago, Beverly Hills, London, Hong Kong, and other cities. Heritage Auctions is the largest auction house founded in the U.S. and serves more than 40 different auction categories including, Coins, Sports, Comics, Historical, Jewelry, Fine & Decorative Art, Wine, and many more.

LOCATION: South of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, NW corner of W. Airport Freeway (Hwy. 183) and Valley View Lane

SUMMARY: Responsible for processing incoming consignments and communicating the status with customers.


Proficiency in Microsoft applications, specifically Word and Excel

Ability to type 50-60 words per minute

Ability to prioritize and multi-task and pay great attention to detail

The individual may occasionally lift up to 50 pounds

WORK ENVIRONMENT: Individuals must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment. This position may require overnight travel based on business needs.

Heritage Auctions welcomes and encourages applications from women, minorities, veterans, mature workers, and persons with disabilities. EOE



Process incoming consignments accurately and efficiently, including:

Opening packages

Labeling and verifying contents of packages

Creating an electronic report for the consignment

Communicate with clients in all aspects of the consignment

Research the status of consignments

Return client material

Perform department-wide inventories of consignment material

Assemble client information packets

Assist with Consignment Directors responsibilities

Other duties may be assigned



High school diploma required, Bachelor’s degree preferred

Minimum 2+ years related experience and/or training

Experience in a customer service position or industry

Interest in collectibles a plus!

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Posted on November 10