Internationally renowned Studio Tomás Saraceno is seeking an experienced MANAGER OF RESEARCH & COMMUNICATIONS to lead a team of 4+ within a studio of more than 35 designers, architects, anthropologists, biologists, engineers, art historians, curators, and musicians working in the hybrid environment of workshop, studio, Arachnophilia research group, and Aerocene community hub.
Working as the head of the existing Research & Communications team, you will define the departmental workflow, managing and mentoring team members. Setting strategic long and short-term departmental goals with the artist and Studio Manager, you will establish and supervise project-specific work plans: assigning and reviewing R+C tasks and managing allotted hours and deadlines while ensuring the review and approval of all R+C materials align with the artist’s availability. You will furthermore blueprint long-term structural improvements to studio websites, social media, and applications with the artist and Studio Manager. In addition, you will be responsible for coordinating publication projects.
You will also act as a key member of the wider studio, piloting the interdepartmental Archive. Working with team members from each of the studio’s five departments, the studio Archivist, Studio Manager, and artist, you will direct organizational improvements to the physical and digital Archives in line with the artist's future goals.
Through thoughtful implementation, you will manage the interdepartmental workflow of the Archive in coordination with other Heads of Department, Studio Manager, and Archivist, in addition to a focus on the supervising proper archiving of all R+C related materials.
Appropriate candidates will have 7+ years of experience managing a team across a diverse range of simultaneous projects, with a proven ability for critical and analytical thinking, as well as attention to detail in a fast-paced environment. Excellent English writing and communication skills are a must.
Studio Tomás Saraceno is dedicated to building an equitable environment and welcomes all applications, regardless of gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, or beliefs.
The position is full-time, based in Berlin-Rummelsburg, and starting in February 2023. If you are interested in joining us, please send us your application to firstname.lastname@example.org with the position title in the subject line (Manager of Research & Communications). Please include your CV/resume with your skills and qualifications, as well as a brief summary of why you are a good fit for this position and the studio. It is optional to include a portfolio.
Please keep in mind that we can only consider applications that include the following information:
● Earliest date of entry
● Tax residency in Germany (meaning you hold a tax ID/Steuer-ID)
● Salary expectation
We look forward to your application, and hope you will join us within this multiplicity of vibrations on the Web of Life!