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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

Facilities

Facilities Coordinator
Full-Time (37.5 Hours/Week with Benefits)

Work in collaboration with the Facilities team to ensure the day-to-day administration of facility services in administrative areas, 757-seat Theater, 6,700 sq. ft. multi-use Forum, three Galleries, 89-seat Screening Room, Grand Lobby, Outdoor Sculpture Court and East Garden.

Facilities

Facilities Technician
Regular, Full-Time (37.5 hours/week, benefited)

Support team in maintenance of administrative areas, 757-seat Theater, 6,700 sq. ft. multi-use Forum, three Galleries, 89-seat Screening Room, Grand Lobby, Outdoor Sculpture Court and East Garden.

Information Technology

Information Technology Intern
Internship

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

Marketing

Web Producer
Regular, Full-Time (37.5 hours/week, Benefited)

The Web Producer is responsible for the development and production of YBCA’s web-based communication. In collaboration with the Marketing team, the Web Producer will set the strategic plan and periodic redesign and feature development of the flagship YBCA.org website, and oversee and contribute to the day-to-day production of content for the website.

Visitor Experience

Visitor Experience Associate (Part-Time)
Regular, Part-Time

The Visitor Experience Associate (VXA) plays a critical public-facing role at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Visitor Experience

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.