Recovery Technologies (“ART”) handles mitigation,
cleaning and restoration services for various types of art works due to fire,
water, mold, vandalism, age and other such damage for residential and commercial
properties. We are part of a national franchise group (Prism Specialties). While our territory is Long Island, Brooklyn
& Queens (“ART of NYC & Long Island”), we can procure work in areas
that are not designated territories by another ART franchise owner (i.e.,
are currently seeking a talented person with a degree in Fine Arts with a background in painting to perform a wide range of
art cleaning & restoration functions.
document and evaluate artwork for cleaning and restoration.
protect and transport artwork from insured’s home/business.
and evaluate artwork to be cleaned and/or restored.
needed, immediate mitigation on artwork may need to be performed if there’s a
potential for further damage to occur.
and order frames and other materials as needed.
restore and reassemble artwork to pre-loss condition.
artwork to insured’s home/business.
and collaborate with other ART Restoration Specialists for instruction and
degree in Fine Arts.
background with an understanding of color matching.
framing experience is a plus.
verbal and written communication skills.
Customer Service skills – providing “white glove” service to our clients.
a professional, neat and clean appearance that represents the ART brand.
that entry into damaged properties such as burnt and/or waterlogged homes and buildings
is routine to the job.
to lift 50 pounds as part of artwork pick-up and delivery activity.
Keys skills are the ability to multi-task
and prioritize, attention to detail and accuracy.
Photoshop experience is a plus.
Proficient working knowledge of basic PC
Ability to work efficiently and effectively in
a team environment.
Valid driver’s license with satisfactory
General office administration responsibilities
include (but not limited to) ordering materials and answering client
Occasional circumstances may require overtime (i.e.,
nights and weekends) and travel.
Additional responsibilities of
an ART Restoration Specialist consist of the following:
Report to work as scheduled.
Be available for non-scheduled work
requirements as needed.
Cooperate with management and other personnel
to perform assigned duties.
Inspect own work and ensure that it is
complete, thorough and meets ART’s quality standards as well as meets or
exceeds customer expectations.
Report all injuries immediately. Injured workers requiring more than first aid
treatment must seek immediate medical attention.
Attend and participate in all staff meetings as
Abide by all rules, regulations and policies
contained in the Employee Handbook, Operations Manual, Safety Manual and
Employment Agreement. This includes active
participation in identifying, reporting and correcting situations affecting
safety, quality and customer satisfaction.
Properly operate ART’s vehicle in accordance
with manufacturer’s recommendations and ART’s procedures.
Use and maintain all provided materials,
supplies and equipment in accordance with manufacturer’s recommended
Document all job activity using the established
systems, processes and procedures.
Keep all job/customer files neat, organized and
secure and its contents confidential.
Participate in ongoing training programs
sponsored by the company and/or affiliated organizations.