MOIN Filmförderung Hamburg Schlwesig-Holstein

MOIN! We are Moving Images North. As the film funding organisation of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and the state of Schleswig-Holstein, we move images in and to the North. Our funding portfolio includes award-winning films such as "The Teachers' Lounge" by İlker Çatak, innovative formats such as the VRHAM Festival and high-end series such as the upcoming BIPoC production "Black Fruits".

With an annual budget of around 15 million euros, we support every step of the filmmaking process - from the first draft to filming to the cinema release and festival presentation.

At our company headquarters in Hamburg-Ottensen we are looking for 01.07.2024 if possible a

Employee for the area of contract management

The position is permanent and full-time (39 hours per week), home office is partially possible.

You fit in with us if

  • You juggle numbers, look through contracts and keep an eye on deadlines like a pro,

  • You want a secure job in the film and cultural scene in the north,

  • the cinema around the corner is your second living room,

  • issues such as diversity and sustainability are close to your heart.

Your to-dos with us:

  • Auditing new funding projects in cooperation with an external auditing company

  • Advising funding recipients on the financial and organisational handling of their funding

  • Drafting funding contracts

  • Processing contracts from A-Z: From payment of instalments to monitoring deadlines and tracking the development status to central project filing

  • Checking proof of use for special measures

  • Revenue management

This is what you have in your luggage:

  • The passion to work together in a team to advance the industry

  • An independent and meticulous way of working

  • Strong sense of responsibility

  • Affinity for numbers

  • Eagerness to communicate

  • University degree or equivalent, ideally with a focus on business and/or administrative law

  • Good knowledge of English

"Nice to have", but not a must:

  • Experience in the Distribution/Distribution of films or in the production sector

  • Knowledge of regional and national film funding structures

  • Knowledge of state budget law / grant law

What we offer you:

  • A workplace in the heart of Ottensen

  • Casual working hours and the opportunity to work from home

  • A salary based on pay group 10 TV-L with 30 days of holiday per year

  • A flat hierarchy with a collegial atmosphere

  • An exciting working environment in a dynamic industry with access to film premieres, festivals and professional events

  • the opportunity to play an active role in shaping the company; various working groups dedicated to topics such as digitalisation, sustainability and diversity

This is us:

  • A team of 26 colleagues, around 70 per cent of whom are women

  • 21 colleagues are based in Hamburg, the other five in Kiel

  • Around ten per cent of us have a migration background and/or describe themselves as people of colour.

  • With our Diversity Checklist, we are committed to more diversity in film and with our initiatives Green Motion and Green Filming Badge, we are working to make the film industry more ecologically sustainable.

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A few important details at the end:

We actively promote diversity and equality for all employees. We therefore particularly want to motivate black people, people of colour, people with a family history of migration or flight, trans*, inter* and queer people to apply to us. People with severe disabilities are given preference if they have the same aptitude, qualifications and professional performance.In accordance with our internal green mission statement, we would like to ask you to refrain from submitting a printed application.

How you can apply:

We look forward to receiving your digital application. Please send your documents to Dr Jan Asmus at by 17.06.2024.