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Archive & Collection Internship (Paid)
Archive & Collection Internship (Paid)
Post Date: 28 Oct 2022


OMA’ s Rotterdam office has an opening for an Archive & Collection Intern, who will gain overview and working knowledge of the infrastructure and day-to-day running of the archive and collection in a leading creative office. Currently the Archive & Collection department consists of an experienced Collection Manager.


  • Assisting the team with archiving past and current works of OMA;
  • Archiving digital and non-digital materials for research and future projects;
  • Handling physical models/mock-ups of architecture projects for the archive collection;
  • Coordinating with other departments, such as Facility and Architecture, to secure the smooth archiving of architectural materials;
  • Working on ad-hoc tasks, such as exhibitions, research, communication with international art institutions and publications;


  • Currently completing Bachelor or Master degree in art history or architecture history, collection management, museum studies or other relevant studies;
  • High proficiency in MS Office software;
  • Fluency in English is a must;
  • Any other language is a plus, such as Dutch;
  • Experience with digital archiving and/or handling physical models;
  • Have hands-on approach;
  • Accurate and detail-oriented;
  • Valid driving license is a plus;
  • EU work permit is preferred;
  • Confident in an international and complex environment;

The internship is offered for 5 days/week, and the standard duration of internship is 6 months. The intern will receive a monthly stipend.

The selected candidate is expected to start working as of November, 2022.


Please use our online application form to upload your cover letter and resume as single PDF file.

About The Collection

The collection holds around 80% of the work of OMA and Rem Koolhaas from 1975 onwards. The archive collection consists of a 1500 m2 space with a wide variety of materials like paintings, collages, samples, study and presentation models. A wide range of paperwork is also part of the collection and frequently used for research.


Rotterdam, Netherlands

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