We are seeking an Inventory Specialist to oversee the day to day managment of our inventories associated with running a pottery studio and pyop gallery store. This position manages the creation and upkeep of our cloud-based POS system, inventory listed in Quickbooks and purchase orders. The job is counting inventory, keeping stock levels up, resupply, researching new items, consignment artwork inventory, adding items to the POS system, receiving new inventory, pricing, and preparing to put on the sales floor. Creating a photo binder of items that can't hold a price tag and keeping it up to date constatnly as new items arrive. Photograghy skills are required. Tracking inventory as it comes out of the kilns is another part of this job. This includes measuring, drawing, creating kiln tickets and tracking the life of clay products being created by each customer. The position also includes providing customer service and support. The position requires training other employees how to use the POS system for sales. A great candidate for this position is also prepared to offer and teach art related classes to our clientele. The successful candidate has the ability to generate income for the studio to increase wages after all expenses are covered. Wages paid depend on how successful the manager is in performing the tasks and may take some time to generate the desired wages. A successful candidate for this position shows motivation to increase income, is organized, logical, analytical, business minded, and can create a purchase order and work with suppliers and artists. The candidate will work closely with the Marketing & Merchandising Manager. The candidate may be familiar with QuickBooks and other essential softwares required to run a small business in today's market. The candidate may have helpful creative abilities in addition to other required skills. The candidate that holds this position understands that we are running a business first that is art related, not an artist first, running a business. Starting pay is $11/hr until studio income increases to support paying more wages. Increased wages depend on efforts to create financial success first.