Eurozine is seeking to hire a Managing Director for its Vienna office.

We are looking to hire an assertive managing director with a focus on fundraising and organizational development and with a passion for cultural publishing and dedication to fair and transparent leadership.

Your role:

  • Fundraising: Together with the Editor-in-Chief identify and communicate with prospective public and private funders, including foundations; developing funding applications and reports;
  • Managing projects and optimizing processes;
  • Human resources management;
  • Budgetary supervision and controlling;
  • Organisational development;
  • Together with the Editor-in-Chief and Board of Trustees: Strategy development for co-operations, business models and public relations;
  • Communication and networking with international partners;
  • Managing copyright issues;
  • Representing the organization together with the Editor-in-Chief.


  • Higher education in the humanities, social sciences and/or economics;  education in cultural management is an advantage;
  • Professional background in cultural or academic management; management experience is an advantage welcome;
  • Native-level German proficiency, excellent English; additional language proficiencies are a plus;
  • Outstanding communication and cooperation skills: team player, competent leader;
  • Demonstrated ability to organize workflow;
  • Highly motivated and ready to take initiative;
  • Familiarity with Austrian cultural, funding and administrative context is a plus.

If you want to participate in the making of intellectual debates, join an ambitious and cordial team in an internationally renowned not-for-profit organisation: Eurozine offers an intellectually stimulating, international working environment with opportunities to travel. The employment includes full social security coverage in line with Austrian regulations and 25 vacation days per year (based on a full-time position).

Currently we offer a 28,5 hours position at a gross annual salary of min. 42000 (for 40h/Week). We aim at increasing to a full-time position within the near future.

Please apply through this online form, attaching your CV as well.

Applications will be accepted until 30 June 2024, and reviewed on an ongoing basis. For questions about the application process, please contact: Réka Kinga Papp,