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Application Deadline: 
1 September, 2019

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Based in Berlin and New York City, PLANE—SITE is a global agency that works at the interface of urban form, cultural space and social life. We generate original content that provides organizations with perspective and context. At PLANE—SITE we promote a selective exchange of ideas by offering full-cycle consulting in the realm of the built environment and its users.

We are looking for qualified applicants looking for an internship within the consulting industry and interested in working as part of a small, fast-paced international office with a flexible working environment. The successful candidate will assist with writing tasks, research duties, multimedia projects and event planning.


  • Conducting targeted research in the architecture, urbanism and design fields
  • Compiling necessary documentation and drafting proposals
  • Writing detailed project plans and protocols
  • Supporting both the business development and research and editorial teams
  • Assisting with content management and planning of social media accounts
  • Translating texts, research and presentations
  • General office management and administrative work


  • Currently enrolled in an accredited university program, preferably in urban studies, planning, business administration, art history, architecture, sociology, journalism, or a related field
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English (German or Spanish is a plus)
  • Extended communication, analytical, time management, and problem-solving skills
  • Proficient in all MS Office applications (Adobe Creative Suite is a plus)
  • Reliable, resourceful and enthusiastic about issues pertaining to the built environment
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Gallery Manager






Job Level:

Contract type:

Commensurate with experience

 Gallery Manager, Tanya Leighton Gallery

Requirement: Full-time, minimum 2 years

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 6pm

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Tanya Leighton seeks an experienced Gallery Manager to oversee the smooth and efficient operation of the gallery and its programme. A successful candidate will speak both English and German fluently, proving experience of working in a fast-moving office environment. Reporting to the directors, they will fulfill a key role supervising all office and front of house activities as part of a busy team of full and part-time staff.

 Candidate specifications:

•  Minimum of 2 years experience working as a Gallery Manager or similar position

•  A comprehensive understanding of the parameters of working in a commercial gallery

•  Ability to support team members and artists in all areas of the production, exhibition and promotion of artwork

•  Proven ability to work to tight deadlines and budgets.

•  Excellent organisational skills with proven experience of staff management

•  Confidence to delegate tasks and supervise their progress and timely completion

•  Confident independent worker, who follows guidelines and instructions closely without oversight

•  Excellent written, copy-editing and presentation skills in both English and German is essential

•  Proficiency with Mac operating systems, Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign

•  Experience of managing a cloud-based database system

•  Fast learner able to pick-up the operation of new systems in an efficient and timely manner

•  Smartly presented with a polite and positive demeanor

•  The Gallery Manager will work closely with the Directors, Project Manager, Registrar, Finance Manager, Technician and Gallery Assistants

 Tasks and Responsibilities:

•  Manage the Gallery front of House, ensuring exhibitions are open, running smoothly and gallery spaces always have sufficient staff coverage during opening hours

•  Manage all preparations for exhibition openings and events

•  Field inquiries from institutions, curators and private clients

•  Respond to and fulfill all image and press requests

•  Provide general assistance to the Directors and Project Manager

•  Update and maintain the gallery archive, database and rolodex

•  Field incoming calls in English and German, allocating them to the correct member of staff

•  Manage the delegation of office tasks including mail, scanning and filing

•  Liaise with external providers and suppliers (internet, phone etc) to arrange repairs and maintenance as necessary

•  Collation of presentation documents and files

•  Ensure the office is always clean, tidy and most productive

•  Ensure stationary and office supplies are maintained

•  Attend weekly team meetings and take notes of actions

•  Maintain office diary and shared calendar

•  Make travel and accommodation bookings for staff, artists and guests

•  Project management of off-site events including dinners and parties

•  Undertake and supervise any necessary research required

•  Prepare schedule and information for visiting artists and guests

•  Organise training and induction sessions for new staff members

•  Devise and implement the gallery press strategy for each exhibition or event

•  Maintain the artist CVs, press packs and portfolios, updating in a timely manner

•  Manage all gallery social media channels and public exhibitions listings

•  Uphold the gallery standards in all communications, both internal and external

•  Support all other members of the team as required


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German Communications Associate




Keyword (Tags):

PLANE—SITE is a global agency that works at the interface of urban form, cultural space and social life. We generate original content that provides organizations with perspective and context. At PLANE—SITE, we promote a selective exchange of ideas by offering full-cycle consulting in the realm of the built environment and its users.

We are looking for qualified applicants for full-time engagement to join our Berlin office. The successful candidate will manage communication, research, multimedia design and direct the communications team.


  • Conceive and execute both internal and external communication strategies
  • Coordinate all stages of projects: planning, team management, organization, optimization, production, documentation, reporting
  • Produce project briefs and manage correspondence in German and English
  • Build relationships with institutions, media, writers and editors in Germany
  • Assist in formulating media & guest lists using spreadsheets and databases
  • Strategize and implement social media campaigns
  • Develop periodic newsletters and updates
  • Continually build stakeholder and lead database
  • Master a keen understanding of digital storytelling
  • Work closely with the business development team


  • Graduate of an accredited university program, preferably in journalism, architecture, urban studies, sociology, art history, or a related field
  • Native German
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
  • Published writer or with editorial experience
  • 2-4 years experience managing teams, as well as communication and PR campaigns
  • Expert in all MS Office applications (Adobe Creative Suite is a plus)
  • Knowledge of CRM systems, productivity software and social media tools
  • Reliable, resourceful and enthusiastic about issues pertaining to the built environment
  • With a valid German work permit


    + Available on freelance-basis
    + Starting date: immediately
    + Minimum 12 month commitment

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BBA Gallery looking for Intern




Application Deadline: 
January 31 2019

Established in 2015 and run by an all-female team of artists, BBA is a contemporary art gallery in the centre of Berlin, close to famous Alexanderplatz. BBA Gallery represents critically informed and poetic visions in strong, visually-compelling styles that cover a wide spectrum of media. Giving promising fellow creatives a chance to be seen and recognised for their artistic works is fundamental to the BBA ethos.

BBA Gallery has created and taken part in cooperations with galleries and artistic projects from all over the world. Renata Kudlacek and Nele Ouwens, the founders of BBA Gallery, both passionately believe that artworks are vehicles for thoughts, feelings and concepts, that - if they are provided with the right context - are a powerful intellectual, emotional, cultural and political stimulus.

​BBA stands for Berlin Blue Art. Berlin Blue is a very dark blue that shifts towards black, the color of a night sky and was invented in Berlin in 1706. It was the first modern pigment to be developed. It is used to draw blueprints and plays an important role in medicine as an antidote for poisonings.

We are currently offering an unpaid internship to start from February 2019 for 3 month.

You are:
-absolutely reliable with a strong sense of responsibility
-confident and creative
-tech-savy and able to drill a hole ;)
-a natural talent in Social Media
-a communications talent in both writing and personal contact (both German and English are required!)

Your tasks:
-maintain and develop Social Media Profiles
-maintain and develop Artsy Profiles
-E-Mail and phone commmunication
-be present and represent the gallery during opening hours
-support during Set-Ups, Openings, Events

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Internet Analyst - German (Germany)





Job Description
This position is restricted to current residents of Germany. 

Leapforce is looking for highly educated individuals for an exciting work from home opportunity. Applicants must be self motivated and internet savvy. As a search engine evaluator, you may participate in a number of different evaluation projects, including web search, video evaluation, maps, local, automation projects, etc.

Search Engine Evaluators will need to combine a passion for analysis with an understanding of various online research tools. Applicants must be detail oriented and have a broad range of interests.

Ideal Search Engine Evaluators will possess the following skills

Have in-depth, up-to-date familiarity with German social culture, media, and web culture

Excellent comprehension and written communication skills in German and English

Broad range of interests, with specific areas of expertise a plus

University degree or equivalent experience (degrees in-progress are acceptable). Advanced degrees a plus

Excellent web research skills and analytical abilities.

Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

Possess a high-speed internet connection (Cable Modem, Fiber, DSL, etc.)

Search Engine Evaluators are required to have currently lived in Germany for a minimum of 5 consecutive years to ensure cultural familiarity.

Use of an Android phone version 4.1 or higher, Windows phone version 8.1 or higher, or an iPhone version 4s or higher

Search Engine Evaluators provide feedback and evaluation of various data sets, often by measuring the relevance and usefulness of web pages in correlation to predefined queries, by providing comparative analysis of sets of results and various other techniques.

All candidates are required to take and pass a qualification exam before becoming a Search Engine Evaluator.

Please Note: We are unable to offer more than one Search Engine Evaluator position per household.

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