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Under the direction of Kaori Ito, the TJP aims to dream the future with children and young people, and to give it substance through art, making it an intergenerational theater venue that defends the transversality of art and the importance of questioning children and young people, involving them in the creative process.

Strasbourg's national drama center, the TJP is a non-profit organization with a budget of around €3 million, and a team of 31 FTEs (including 25 permanent contracts). It has 2 performance halls (gauges 118 and 188), rehearsal rooms, accommodation for artists, and a construction and storage workshop. It is located in the Petite France and Krutenau districts of Strasbourg. It hosts an average of 150 to 200 performances per season, and manages tours of its own productions (50 to 100 performances).

Reporting to the Assistant Director and working as part of the management team, the Administrator will be responsible for the following tasks:

Administrative and financial management
- Draw up the establishment's general and analytical budget policy, and monitor and seek funding.
- General administrative management
- Ensure the smooth running of all company activities
- Ensure that the company complies with legislation and that its actions are legally, administratively and fiscally sound
- Monitor capital expenditure budgets: prepare and monitor files, seek financing Design evaluation tools and management charts
- Maintain an active legal, social and tax watch
- Contribute to the implementation of ecological transition tools Ensure compliance with the VHSS charter
- Liaise with the chartered accountant and the statutory auditor, and oversee the annual closing.
- Participate in the management committee and in defining major orientations and strategies Participate in the cross-functional organization bringing together the various department heads

Human resources management
- Act as human resources manager
- Participate in recruitment (definition of job descriptions, interviews, etc.) Manage the administrative department (deputy administrator and chief accountant) Be the contact person for the ESC
- Ensuring quality of working life and monitoring psycho-social risks Preparing company agreements and internal regulations
- Ensure compliance with French labor law, collective bargaining agreements and company agreements
- Organize employee appraisal and objective-setting interviews and professional reviews
- Define and collect team training needs
- Supervise the management of working hours, leave, time-off and sick leave

Association management and institutional partners
- Organize board meetings and general meetings (convening, document preparation, member follow-up, minutes, etc.).
- Contribute to institutional relations
- Draw up applications for public and private funding and partnerships Define and implement a funding search strategy


- Experienced professional with at least 5 years' experience in a similar position, preferably in an accredited venue (such as a scène nationale, CDN, CCN...) or a public institution.
- Advanced training in administration and management of cultural enterprises
- Solid experience of administrative, budgetary and human resources management Availability, dynamism, ability to listen and dialogue, rigor, leadership qualities Computer skills
- English practice
- High availability (evenings and weekends)


- Permanent position based in Strasbourg, executive status, full-time
- Remuneration in accordance with the national collective agreement for artistic and cultural enterprises (CCNEAC - Cadre groupe 2) and experience
- Annual bonus, company health insurance, luncheon vouchers Position to be filled as soon as possible, no later than end of August 2024

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to : no later than May 5, 2024
Talks scheduled in Strasbourg on May 13 and 14, 2024