Do you have strong writing skills, meticulous about details, and are interested in discovering unique items?
If you said yes, our Editor position is perfect for you!
As an editor, you'll have the primary responsibility of editing the auction catalog to ensure comprehensive accuracy prior to publishing as well as notate editing errors for training with the Cataloging department.
The following is a list of additional employee roles and responsibilities:
- Employees must be able to handle firearms legally.
- Employees must have a clean criminal background
- Employees must be able to lift a 50-pound piece of inventory, mostly consisting of boxes and/or furniture items.
- All client materials and information will be held strictly confidential outside the company.
- Revising auction lot descriptions and photos to adhere to company standards for accuracy, completeness, and fairness in depicting items in their current condition.
- Adding value to lots by emphasizing aspects not readily apparent during the cataloging process, as well as including context or provenance of interest to bidders.
- Alerting managers to possibilities for increasing lot value, such as consolidating or splitting lots that contain less or more value than first anticipated, and to possible ethical concerns in the sale of explicit, objectionable, or unsafe items.
- Educating catalogers by serving as a managerial intermediary, discussing issues with catalogers in a supportive manner, and improving their work.
- Maintain current working knowledge of online auction resources.
- Provide continuous editing for errors found during live auctions.
- Alert social media coordinator of opportunities for extra marketing around high-value items within the catalog.
- Employees will provide staff assistance as requested, with a spirit of helpfulness. This means each employee may be asked from time to time to cover other areas of accountability and/or departments as a matter of exception, not routine.
- Have a desire to learn, grow and improve their skills as a long-term team member to help advance the company's growth.
- Employees must have their own mode of transportation to and from our warehouse facility or clientele estate job sites.
- Employees must present themselves in a clean, well-kept, and business professional manner during all working hours.
- Employees will be required to show up ON TIME for scheduled shifts.
- All employees are responsible for utilizing company technology accurately to leverage online resources and further our competitive advantage in the market.
- Every team member is responsible for bringing solutions to the table; we never present a problem without a recommendation for its resolution.
- Each team member is responsible for the relationships we have with our clients; attention to the client experience is always top of mind.
- All telephone calls and correspondence, both internal and external, will be returned within one business day and two hours whenever possible in a professional manner.
- Employees will display a positive and supportive mental attitude with team members and clients.
There is significant room for growth at Alaska Premier Auctions and we'd love to see you advance with us!