Local Trucking / Art Handler (Los Angeles)

Atelier 4 Inc - Los Angeles

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Atelier 4 Inc is a leading provider of fine-arts shipping and handling services, with over 30 years of experience in the industry. We are seeking safe & dedicated art freight handlers for local trucking to join our Los Angeles based team for full-time work. Job duties include; wrapping & packing, local driving & loading, installation, preparing paperwork, etc.


Candidates should have the following qualifications:

    • One year experience in art handling; with art-shipper, gallery, warehouse inventory, studio assist, materials-handling, or similar work environment.
    • Experience with van or truck driving in & around LA area.
    • Knowledge of fragile goods handling, packing materials, and safe practices.
    • Ability to work safely with hand-tools, matte knife, drill-gun, etc.
    • Punctual & presentable, good communications skills, neat handwriting.
    • Minimum of high school degree or equivalent; minimum 21 years of age.
    • Ability to safely lift and handle at least 50 pounds as part of the daily activities.
    • Ability to work extended periods standing, bending, lifting, and/or carrying.

Atelier 4 Inc provides a positive and safe work environment, with company health benefits available, and skills training available. Starting hourly rate of $18-$19 plus overtime, based on experience and qualifications. Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.A. Employment subject to Transportation Security Administration STA approval.

Covid-19 Note: Safety comes first. A4 adheres to employee-related guidelines under the Cares Act; our staff interact with each other and customers following social distancing guidelines. We provide PPE for all staff, and clean kits for all company vehicles.

How to Apply

Please email an up-to-date resume and write “LA Art Handler” in the subject line. No phone calls please! Thank you! Atelier 4 Inc is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted on August 3