Media Digitizer | Data Capturer (m/f/d)


MEDIAFIX is Europe’s market leader for the digitisation of analogue photos and films. We save memories by giving them a digital future. Since our foundation in October 2012, we have already created over 120 jobs. The basis for this are over 150 million digitised slides, negatives, paper photos, cine films and video cassettes.

Your tasks as a media digitizer

You enjoy working in team and are enthusiastic about seeing the results of your daily work? Then MEDIAFIX is the right place for you! In our production facility in Cologne-Bickendorf, we scan slides, negatives and paper prints as well as cine films and video cassettes with self-developed machines in good quality at unbeatable prices. Our strength is the speed of our scanning processes, accordingly we expect an efficient way of working and good comprehension skills. At the same time, our customers expect high quality, which requires largely error-free work. However, the individual processes can be learned quickly and are repeated with every job. Accordingly, people who come from another branch/education are also welcome!

We are currently looking for colleagues with a minimum of 16 hours per week (2 working days). Applications with higher weekly availability are preferred.

The working hours can be flexible from Monday to Friday between 8 am and 6 pm.

Please send us information about your possible working hours and available working days in your application.

A maximum hourly wage of €18.00 per hour is possible through our performance bonus.

Approximately 80% of our production employees achieve a bonus, on average 2-3€ per hour.

The basic wage is 12,00€ / hour.

We work in a nice and friendly environment. Listening to music, chatting with colleagues etc. is allowed as long as concentrated work is still possible.

What makes you stand out?

Your application:

We look forward to receiving your cover letter incl. CV and references with details of your availabilities by email to:

Your contact persons:

Kira Herrmann, Lucas Martensen