We are looking for a highly motivated, flexible and detail-oriented person to join us in working on international exhibitions, performances, and productions.
The ideal person probably has a background in art, film, or theater production and is used in a dynamic production-oriented environment. The person should be self-motivated and able to anticipate studio and project needs with minimal guidance. They should be a creative problem solver, a good communicator, and have a good sense of humor and sense of purpose.
We’re not going to lie: the job can not be done in a hurry, especially when we’re in crunch mode. As such, the Studio Manager should have the flexibility to work overtime and weekends on short notice as needed (this does not happen that often). What’s more, we develop projects all over the world and sometimes have to make requests and meetings at odd hours because of time zones. Occasional travel may be expected. The artist is often traveling and out-of-town.
The job requires fluency in written and spoken German and somewhat professionally. The Studio Manager mostly works independently and reports to the Studio Director. Salary is commensurate with experience and skill base.