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When you work at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, you join one of the nation’s most innovative contemporary arts centers. Our mission is to generate culture that moves people, because we believe that culture is an essential catalyst for social movement. From our leading edge exhibitions, performances, and films, to our groundbreaking civic initiatives and community partnerships, YBCA is where creativity, people, and new ideas collide to create change.

Jobs

Accounting and Finance

Raffle Assistant
Regular, Part-Time (24 hours/week)

The Raffle Assistant provides support to YBCA’s raffles by processing entry forms and following up on any missing or inaccurate information with the participant.

Administration

Information Technology Intern
Internship

Gain hands-on real-world information systems construction and training.

Events

Volunteer Usher
Unpaid Volunteer

YBCA welcomes the support of volunteers who want to give back to their community by supporting San Francisco’s premier venue for contemporary art.

Marketing

Marketing Assistant
Regular, Full-Time (37.5 hours/week, Benefited)

Responsible for daily administrative tasks that enable the successful execution of marketing plans and campaigns under supervision of Marketing Manager.

Marketing

New Media Intern
Internship

Help our Marketing team tell the story of this unique organization in creating a variety of content for online & onsite digital platforms, in support of YBCA’s diverse artistic programs.

Marketing

Visitor Services Representative
Regular, Part-Time

Create a welcoming and warm experience for all YBCA visitors by providing effective customer service.

Performing Arts

Performing Arts Intern
Internship

Seeking a spirited, reliable, pro-active intern who has a passion for and a desire to pursue a career in contemporary performing arts presenting and management.

Visual Arts

Community Organizing Manager

The Community Organizing Manager will work closely with the Director of Visual Arts, in collaboration with YBCA’s Chief of Civic Engagement, to lead community organizing projects and engage the Bay Area’s diverse organizations and communities to involve them in co-creating artistic and communitybased projects conceived by YBCA’s curators and guest artists.