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Inventive Technical Assistant for Recording Facility

Studio & Production | Brooklyn, NY | Full Time, Temporary, and Temp to Perm

Job Description

Media tech startup seeks strategically-minded technician to drive a range of network, studio integration and facility-oriented tasks.

We're a small team of programmers, designers, and engineers designing a new web distribution platform and producing new media. We need assistance in developing our network & data storage systems, maintaining our workstations and building & maintaining some other interesting components at our workspaces in central Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Additional skills in digital media, visual arts & creative writing will be useful & appreciated but not necessarily essential. 

If you design or circuit-bend instruments, work with MAX, program in Rails or other languages, have experience in media, eCommerce or cuban hand drumming, we may have occasional taskwork for you in those departments.

Good communication, project management and analytical skills will be appreciated.


About Us

Loove Labs is a music-tech startup with roots in arts activism.  Borrowing ideas from non-profits as well as the art market itself, we’re creating a new model for how work is funded, produced, managed, promoted, and distributed from end to end.  We build technology for cultural institutions committed to creating new opportunities for artists, and who believe that giving audiences access to more information and control will inspire their confidence to fundamentally reshape the marketplace for the arts.  We employ that model in our own facilities, directly curating, producing and presenting work to engage and inform audiences who support it.

Interested in working at the forefront of music, technology and culture? Apply by sending a cover letter and resume. Do include a portfolio or work sample.

No phone calls, emails, drop-ins or recruiters, please.