Acme, supporting artists since 1972
Current Vacancies

Current Vacancies

Manager, Property Management (4 days per week) and Manager Property Mangagement (3 days per week)

The Acme Property Management team co-ordinates all reactive and preventative maintenance and repair work at Acme’s studio sites, work/live units, houses, flats and our office premises and maintains records to ensure we remain compliant with legal and other safety requirements.

As a Property Manager, your responsibilities will include regularly inspecting sites, testing facilities, responding to short term issues and planning long-term works, liaising with artists, freeholders and other authorities and procuring and managing contractors to assure our estate and services to artists.

For more detail please see the Job Description and Terms and Conditions.

How to apply

Please send your completed Property Manager Application Form to John Lang, Senior Property Manager by e-mail: or post:

Acme Studios, 44 Copperfield Road, London, E3 4RR

Please also complete the online Monitoring Form which will be used for purposes of analysis only. The form is not connected to your application and will remain anonymous.

The deadline for applications is: 12 noon, Friday 14 July

Please note that interviews will be held week commencing 31 July.

If you have not heard from us by 28 July you should assume that you have not been successful.

We cannot deal with any enquiries unless, as a disabled person, this will prevent you from applying. In this event please contact us on: 020 8981 6811 or

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National Housing Federation member | NFASP member | Supported using public funding by Arts Council England

Between 1996 and 2012 Acme received £3.2m of capital funding from Arts Council England which supported the creation of six permanent affordable studios in London: Copperfield Road, Fire Station, Galleria, Harrow Road, Leven Road and Matchmakers Wharf. This resulted in 186 studios and 12 work/live units in four London boroughs.