CREAMCAKE is a Berlin-based interdisciplinary platform, negotiating the point of convergence in electronic music, contemporary art and digital technologies. Removed from normative social structures, Creamcake moves through fluid processes of thought and action, engaging a diverse program of projects with contemporary social issues. CC organizes exhibitions, performances, concerts, symposiums, DJ sets, digital projects, and workshops.
We are looking for an organized, meticulous and energetic person to support the production of an international festival and other events.
Your tasks include
Close collaboration with the team for the organizational and technical implementation of projects (an exhibition, performances, concerts, online projects, screenings, etc.)
Administration of ticketing options and external ticketing systems
Communication with venues, service providers and temporary staff
Exhibition production, organization of transport of artworks, install and de-install
Assistance in the creation of hygiene concepts and schedules
Travel and accommodation planning for artists
Administration and contract preparation
You should have
An interest in the topics and content of CREAMCAKE
A Bachelor of Arts degree, or training in the field of cultural and event management and technology, or a comparable course of study or corresponding qualification in an artistic environment
Working experience in the cultural field of production, event organization, implementation
Basic technical knowledge and understanding of media technology
A driver’s license and knowledge of the Berlin area
Experience in working with MS Office
Very good organizational skills, quick comprehension, strong communication skills
The ability to work in a team, as well as initiative and a sense of responsibility
Fluency in written and spoken German and English
You can expect interesting and varied tasks in an inspiring working environment, always in direct exchange with a considerate team. Our organization is characterized by flat hierarchies and fast decision-making processes, offering exciting activity for your individual development. The working time is 20 hours per week and is planned on a freelance basis until November. Flexibility on event days is required. Applications from the LGBTIQ* and BIPoC community are explicitly welcome.
Please send us an application with a letter of motivation and CV in a PDF (max. 3MB) as early as possible and no later than June 15, 2021 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, contact person: Anja Weigl.