Assistant Editor

Our Assistant Editor will be an impressive, versatile writer with rigorous knowledge of the English language. They must be passionate and keep themselves abreast of developments in art, design, architecture, fashion, politics, criticism, and pop culture. An aptitude for research – both online and off – is essential, as is a capacity for critical and creative thinking. Strong organizational skills and familiarity with social and digital media are also a must. The Assistant Editor is expected to be experienced in the production of original content, line- and copy editing, managing visual assets, and liaising with external and internal contributors and collaborators. He or she must also enjoy working collaboratively, creatively, and with agility, as an active contributor to the development of our growing multi-platform brand. This position is full-time and based at our workshop in Berlin-Kreuzberg.

Applicants must send a cover letter, CV, 2-3 writing samples demonstrating range, and the names of two references to [email protected].


The position of Technical Assistant requires an individual who is highly organized, reliable, an excellent communicator, and fluent in English and German. This person will assist in:

• Research: fabrics/materials, production processes
• Preparing production documents (i.e. technical drawings, descriptions)
• Maintaining our production/distribution database
• Assisting with fittings and sampling processes
• Quality control of bulk production

Preferably, the applicant will have one year of work experience in a similar position in the field of apparel production, and very good knowledge of Adobe and MS Office programs.

To be considered for this position, please send a CV, a personal statement including salary expectations, work references, and relevant reports to [email protected]

Assistant Studio Director / PA to Joerg and Maria Koch

The position of Assistant Studio Director / PA requires an applicant who is highly organized, reliable, communicative, and fluent in both English and German. This person will assist Joerg and Maria Koch, and play a central role in the day-to-day running of the 032c Workshop. Organizing the distribution of 032c magazine and 032c apparel will be a key function, as will helping coordinate events, special projects, and showrooms. Preferably, the applicant will have one year of work experience in a similar position in the creative fields.

Please send a CV, a personal statement that includes a salary expectation, work references, and reports to [email protected] for consideration.

Editorial Intern

We are looking for editorial interns who are strong writers, enthusiastic readers, efficient and polite communicators, and detail-oriented online and archival researchers. They should be as enthusiastic about pop culture as they are about political discourse, and should be competent and interested in the acquisition and assessment of both text and images. Interns must be comfortable using and integrating new technologies, and also be curious about the past. Previous experience in print and web publishing is desirable, as is past work in a creative or cultural field. Editorial interns are recruited on a rolling basis for periods of 2-6 months and based out of our workshop in Berlin-Kreuzberg.

Interested applicants must send a cover letter, writing sample, CV, and the names of two references to [email protected].

Sales Intern

The position of Sales Intern requires an applicant with excellent communication skills and fluency in English (and German). The Sales Intern will be working in the fields of customer service and logistics, overseeing and coordinating inventory processes, and helping to manage the in-store customer experience.

Please send a CV, personal statement including salary expectations, work references and reports to [email protected] for consideration.


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