Architecture Workroom

Vacancy— Reception & logistics assistant (m/f)

You Are Here is the Brussels programme of exhibitions, urban debates and work sessions as part of IABR–2018+2020–THE MISSSING LINK. From 2 June to 11 November 2018, the Brussels World Trade Center and its vacant shopping centre will be transformed into a platform and workspace. It will provide administrations, citizens and their initiatives, companies and others, space and time.

You Are Here is realised by Architecture Workroom; in coproduction with the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam, Team Vlaams Bouwmeester and Up4North; and with the support of Vlaamse Overheid and Brussels Hoofdsteldelijk Gewest. 

For the second phase of You Are Here – from 14 September till 11 November 2018 – we are looking for a reception & logistics assistant. Your activities will include planning, logistics, practical preparations and reception.  

Job description

- The reception & logistics assistant will be responsible for the planning of the team of hosts, and the communication and briefing of the hosts who will manage the different spaces of the exhibition during opening hours.  

- He/she will assist with the programming of different events as part of You Are Here and will be responsible for the practicalities.

- He/she will make sure that different spaces are clean and ready for use before the expo opens, when the spaces are used for a guided tour, workshop, lecture, debate or when they transform into workspaces.

- He/she will make sure the necessary materials are present and will manage the stock. 

- He/she will be the point of contact on site for event organisers, partners and collaborators, he/she will welcome and guide them, and answer their questions. 

- He/she be present at You Are Here work meetings and will report regularly to the production coordinator.


- You are experienced and talented in organisation. 

- You are communicative and more than able to work in an international and multidisciplinary team.

- You are no nine-to-fiver, are highly flexible in terms of working hours – working during the weekend is no problem – and you remain calm under stress.

- You are fluent in Dutch, French and English.

- You are able to lead projects independently and to pro actively execute the organizational and production activities that result from this.

- You are hands-on, proactive, inventive and results-oriented.

- Being interested in cultural production (organising exhibitions, public events, etc.) is a plus.

We offer a full-time position (38-hours work week) of a fixed duration, starting from 3 September till 23 November 2018.
Salary and the terms of employment are in accordance with the difficulty of the position, suitable for a small socio-cultural organization and depending on qualifications and experience (PC 329.01).


Apply by email with a letter of motivation and CV, by 21 August 2018 at the latest, at to the attention of Sylvia van den Hurk.


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