People who work for Crown have a few things in common.

We are enthusiastic, interested in international affairs and global business, keen to build our skills and progress our careers and most importantly, we live and breathe our values:

  • Caring
  • Open-minded
  • Determined
  • There
  • Sharing

If you can see yourself in the above, we would welcome your candidacy for any of our advertised vacancies and, if you are successful, can promise in return an ongoing commitment to your personal and professional development, competitive rewards and benefits, innovative recognition schemes and much more. 

Our culture is entrepreneurial, placing great value on creativity and imagination. We have a ‘can do anything’ attitude. A flat structure means our people can take responsibility and they are empowered to make decisions. The result? More gets done, more successfully, more quickly – and with more fun along the way.

Applying to Crown

In the first instance please check our current opportunities. Applications for any of these positions should be submitted to the hiring manager named in the posting - or by clicking on the link you will find at the bottom of the recruitment advert.

You can also follow our group LinkedIn page to see the current opportunities.

We will soon be launching a candidate management system which will allow you to submit your resume for our future consideration, irrespective of whether we have current vacancies in your field. However, at this time, we regret we are not able to accept unsolicited applications.

Crown is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates eligible to live and work in the designated geographical region.  We are committed to diversity and to employee well-being, engagement and development.

The Roaring Twenties. Museum of San Domenico, Forlì

Crown Fine Art provided the full logistics coordination and art handling services for the packing, transport and installation of over 500 works to the Museum of San Domenico in Forlì for the important exhibition ‘Art Deco: The Roaring Twenties in Italy’.

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Celebrating 400 Years with Murillo’s Giant Masterpiece

The extraordinary St. Francis in the Portiuncula Chapel by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, created around 1665-1666 on canvas, is the largest painting of the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum in Cologne - measuring 430 cm in height and 295 cm in width.

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