|Date Posted||29. March 2019|
Admin / Operations
The opening: Part-time Office Manager
Applications should be sent to email@example.com by April 17.
Exberliner magazine (published by Iomauna Media GbmH) is looking for a German-speaking, part-time Office Manager to work in our headquarters near Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin-Mitte. This is a staff position with full benefits. The applicant must be a fast-learning, hard-working, organised team-worker, familiar with accounting, German administrative issues, HR and legal basics.
- daily bookkeeping tasks (in communication with our accountant)
- general office management, budgeting and ordering office supplies, managing incoming / outgoing mail
- assist in administrative and business matters (important legal and tax documents)
- invoicing, online-banking, controlling payments
- drafting HR contracts
- on-boarding new employees
- overseeing and developing distribution, coordinating delivery, drivers and couriers
- managing our subscriber base
- 30 hours a week
- fair salary with full employee benefits (health insurance, paid holidays etc.)
- Ideal start date: May 2, 2019
The ideal candidate
- is a good fit in our diverse, multi-national team
- identifies with the Exberliner brand
- is a reliable, methodical and well-organised worker
- is proficient in software such as Open Office, Excel, online banking programmes, etc.
- has native-level German
- has knowledge of German administrative issues: taxes, insurance, contracts
- has previous experience in media, office administration, bookkeeping or running a small business
Exberliner was founded by three journalists in 2002. It’s Germany’s largest English-language magazine. The Berlin-based independent monthly has grown into a family of print and digital publications including Exberliner.com, Exberliner Newsletters, Exberliner City Guides and our social media channels. The Exberliner brand stands for independent journalism and the free-thinking spirit of the city, with deep connections within the diverse international and cultural scenes of the German capital.