Sales Associate


The MOCA Store Sales Associate provides customer service, completes sales transactions,
maintains the physical appearances of stores, and completes opening and closing procedures.
The Sales staff follows daily performance guidelines provided by management and are
expected to work collegially as part of the Retail Operations Department.

This is a part-time position requiring you to work onsite. Weekend work will be required.
Essential Functions:

● Work closely with the Sales Manager, Retail Coordinator, Webstore, Shipping Coordinator, and fellow Sales Associates.
● Use your creative eye to maintain unique shop displays.
● Interact positively with museum staff, donors, and museum visitors.
● Meet and greet customers.
● Guide and assist customers with sales of our unique selection of products and publications.
● Grow knowledge of art books and products.
● Operate Point of Sale cash registers with accuracy and process special orders.
● Complete clear and accurate end of day sales reports.
● Maintain communication with supervisors and colleagues.
● Assist in all aspects of keeping the MOCA Store looking smart, sophisticated, interesting and well organized.
● Promote sales of Museum Memberships through the Store and process appropriate paperwork. Interact with the public and answer or direct questions regarding the Museum.
● Have a neat and professional appearance according to MOCA Store dress code.


Effective customer service-oriented interpersonal skills.

Promptness and reliability are essential.

Accuracy in cash handling.

Prior retail experience is preferred.

Availability to work Saturdays or Sundays, plus two additional weekdays with the opportunity to work additional hours.

Ability to work independently.

Knowledge of, or interest in contemporary art.

This position is covered by MOCA/AFSCME Collective Bargaining Unit Agreement: Yes

Physical Demands:

While performing the essential functions of this job, the incumbent must be able to do the following: stand for extended periods; bend and reach for filing and other job-related functions; climb up and down stairs; bend, stoop, and lift to move and retrieve materials; pull, push, and lift; reach both above and below shoulder height. Specific visual abilities include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to visually inspect work. Manual dexterity to operate computer and other office equipment required. Heavy usage of computers and phones required.

The physical demands described above are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made.

The Museum of Contemporary Art is an equal opportunity employer. We will extend equal opportunity to all individuals without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and related medical conditions), gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, military status, veteran status or any other status protected under applicable federal, state or local laws. Our policy reflects and affirms the Museum of Contemporary Arts commitment to the principles of fair employment and the elimination of all discriminatory practices.

Research shows that women and individuals from underrepresented backgrounds often apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. We recognize that it is highly unlikely that an applicant meets 100% of the qualifications for a given role. Therefore, if much of this job description describes you, then you are highly encouraged to apply for this role.

Salary: $18.97/hour

Benefits: Medical

Education requirements: High School Degree, Bachelor’s Degree

Deadline to apply: August 3, 2024

Documents required to apply: Resume, cover letter

How to apply: Apply here

Gallery Assistant and Artist Liaison

Perrotin Los Angeles seeks a full-time Gallery Assistant and Artist Liaison to join our team.

The role involves a cross-functional range of responsibilities related to the management of artist relations, the production of exhibitions and publications, and various aspects related to the artistic team such as research, logistics, promotion, sales, client services, and administration. The Gallery Assistant and Artist Liaison is a supporting member of assigned working groups each dedicated to an artist or art collective, and reports to the respective in charge.

This role also involves being part of a team of local and global peers and provides organizational and operational support to the Los Angeles gallery on its programming, events and daily operations. The Gallery Assistant and Artist Liaison team is integral to maintaining a warm, welcoming atmosphere in the gallery through providing general assistance and information on the gallery’s program and artists to visitors.

The candidate will be a strong team player, a self-starter, and highly organized. Attention to detail, and ability to exercise sound judgment, problem-solve, prioritize and meet tight deadlines are vital to the role; as are excellent communication and writing skills, discretion, and ability to work collaboratively and independently.

Artist Liaison responsibilities

· Assist in managing artists’ exhibitions and projects, and liaising with artists/artists’ studios.

· Facilitate artwork production; establishing and monitoring production budgets, cost control processes, and timelines.

· Prepare meeting notes, correspondences, presentations, contracts, and reports; update and manage files, lists, databases, calendars and project expenses.

· Organize schedules and appointments, plan travel itineraries and make bookings, and file expense reports.

· Liaise with internal and external parties on matters related to production, logistics, and communications for artists’ projects, including shippers, art handlers, fabricators, writers, photographers and videographers.

· Prepare sales materials and proposals, send previews, generate invoices, track payments, and handle post-sale services including coordinating with registrars and logistics companies on shipping.

· Review artwork condition reports, and produce manuals for packing, installation and dismantling, and maintenance/care instructions.

· Organize and manage artist-related archives including documents and publications, and special projects such as catalogue raisonné preparation.

· Ensure all information in related databases and archives is up-to-date and accurate.

Gallery Assistant responsibilities

· Support the gallery team on the organization and management of exhibitions, showrooms, art fairs, events, and special projects; for example, coordinating with artist liaisons on loans, consignments and logistics arrangements, researching and preparing notes and talking points on exhibition contents, organizing travel bookings, planning dinners and parties, and managing guest lists and invitations.

· Prepare and update reports on exhibition openings, visitor attendance, auction sales and lots, and other assignments.

· Develop a sound understanding of the gallery’s roster of artists and exhibitions.

· When staffing the reception desk, share in front-facing duties which include greeting and interacting with visitors, fielding enquiries and calls, updating the subscribers database, and checking out purchases of books and merchandise.

Key skills and experience:

· Bachelor’s Degree in art history or a related field.

· Prior experience in a gallery or auction house a plus.

· Proficiency with a Mac-based environment, including Adobe (Acrobat, InDesign, Photoshop), Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and Google Suite (Gmail, Calendar, Sheets).

· Proficiency with SketchUp a plus.

· Proficiency in additional languages a plus.

This is a full-time hourly (overtime eligible) position. The regular working hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 9:45 AM to 6:15 PM. The position requires flexibility for additional hours of work based on the needs of the gallery such as events.

This in-person position is based in Perrotin’s Mid City gallery but may occasionally require some travel and work from other locations.

Salary: The pay scale is $26–$33 per hour. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Benefits: Benefits for full-time employees, following a waiting period, include:
· Medical insurance (subsidized)
· Dental and vision insurance (subsidized)
· Paid sick leave
· Paid holidays
· Paid vacation
· Paid office breaks in the summer and at the end of the year
· Participation in a 401k retirement plan (with employer contribution)

Education requirements: Bachelor’s degree

Deadline to apply: July 22, 2024

Documents required to apply: Resume, cover letter, references

How to apply: Submit a cover letter, your resume, and the names of two professional references with the subject line “Gallery Assistant and Artist Liaison” to

Only qualified candidates will be contacted. Phone calls will not be accepted.

Wellness Programs and Special Projects Coordinator

Compound is a creative and cultural complex fostering the intersection of contemporary art, wellness, and community impact.

Located in the heart of the Zaferia District in Long Beach, California, Compound’s approach is holistic and inclusive, offering art exhibitions and immersive experiences, performances, education programs, classes and workshops in the healing arts, community markets, dining, and spaces to wander and reflect—all designed to promote connection, belonging, curiosity, and growth. Zaferia is a historically under-resourced neighborhood, and the 15,000-square-foot complex is designed to be a place where programs are offered at low or no cost, and art, healing, food, and culture intertwine to provide uplifting experiences for all who visit.

Compound opened to the public in early 2020 and is an active participant in, and a valuable resource to, the local area. Located inside Compound, Union restaurant builds on the ethos of fostering a vibrant and inclusive community through the art of cuisine and is dedicated to reducing food disparity throughout the neighborhood.

Looking ahead to its next stage of visibility and growth, Compound will continue to be driven by collaborative artistic activities with a focus on health, well-being, and belonging.
Compound is seeking a skilled and experienced producer & marketing project manager to be our brand ambassador within the community. This role is essential in the cultivation of relationships. The ideal candidate has strong leadership and project management capabilities and a proven track record in developing and executing successful programs.
Job Summary:
Reporting to the Management Consultant and the Executive Director, the Wellness Programs and Special Projects Coordinator plays a crucial role in Compound’s success.
This role requires the capacity to collaborate with many internal and external partners and communities. In addition, this position effectively project manages programs relating to the intersectionality of health and wellness, food equity and justice, and special projects and, therefore, requires skill sets and knowledge in these areas. While one subject is not favored over the other, relevant experience is a key factor for this role.
The individual in this role will work confidently with other diverse thought leaders and wellness practitioners and will partner to bring forth community-centric work and visions to Compound, support the management of assets, coordinate with community vendors, photographers, videographers, media outlets, and will successfully lead projects through to delivery. All programming strategies pursued by Compound must be sustainable and pragmatic and offer a positive return on investment (financially and in achievement of attendance goals) consistent with the center’s overall business and operating objectives.
In this role, the Wellness Programs and Special Projects Coordinator will be a key member of our team, responsible for shaping our program’s foundation, working in collaboration with others in setting deadlines, and determining project resource allocation, while making adjustments over the course of the project’s duration with the support of Compound Leadership.
The strategy of Compound is to draw visitors to the center by a) creating a popular venue for the exhibition of experiential contemporary art, b) presenting permanent exhibitions, c) offering exceptionally engaging public programs and events and d) expanding the guest experience using the most current technology.
Health, Wellness, Food Equity and Justice:
Plan and curate engaging, innovative, diverse programs and events that illuminate Compound in the context of food equity and justice, health, and wellness with a focus on community partnerships while also maximizing program attendance.
Be well-versed in diverse, current, and emerging health and wellness modalities including but not limited to sound baths, breath work, yoga, meditation, etc.
Bring experience in food equity and justice issues in communities, including but not limited to food access, food deserts, farmer’s markets, locally grown and sourced food products, community/urban agriculture, education, etc.
Experience with the culinary arts, while not required, is preferred.
Must assist in defining programming outcomes, scope, goals, and deliverables in collaboration with both internal and external stakeholders and partners.
Develop and maintain detailed programming plans including tasks, timelines, and resource allocation. Asana platform experience is preferred, and proficiency is required for this role. If experience is lacking, training will be provided.
Coordination of day-to-day communication, logistics, and budgets for the program and events calendar with direction from the Marketing Director.
Support Compound’s Community Engagement team goals and work with other thought leaders, stakeholders, and business owners on programming and events.
Foster strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders to facilitate effective collaboration.
Will aid in identifying, prioritizing, and understanding the varied communities that make up the diverse audience of Compound, as well as partners with other cultural institutions and non-profits to create synergies that support Compound’s mission, goals, and values.
Collaborate in cross-functional teams to ensure seamless execution of programs and events, including event staging needs and collateral, staffing, etc. both for Compound and Union.
This position is full-time on-site and requires you to welcome and engage with guests and ensure the staff is set for success through direction and hands-on involvement. The expectation is four weekend days a month, compensated with an alternate weekday off.
Become fluent in the mission of Compound, including our values (compassion, community, belonging, joy, equity, authenticity, creativity) and our design aesthetic as established by our Founder Megan Tagliaferri.

Salary: $27 – $29/hour

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, voluntary benefits, employee discount

Education requirements: Bachelor’s degree

Deadline to apply: July 30, 2024

Documents required to apply: Resume

How to apply: email resume to

Subscription Sales Associate

Outbound Subscription Sales Associate

Broadway in Hollywood (Hollywood Pantages & Dolby Theatre), premiere presenter of Broadway theatre in Los Angeles, seeks energetic, forward-thinking, team-oriented professionals to join our Outbound Subscription Sales Team.


Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Making out-bound sales calls to patrons in order to sell subscriptions to Broadway in Hollywood’s upcoming or current season.
Participate as part of the Lobby Sales team recruiting new subscribers attending Pantages productions.
Maintain minimum sales goals and hours per Dept. Guidelines.
Maintain accurate records.
Maintain high standard of customer service and professionalism when dealing with patrons and staff.
Basic Skills & Requirements:

General knowledge and love of live theatre.
Sales skills with a friendly and service-oriented demeanor and a positive attitude.
Excellent communication skills.

25 – 30 hours per week – Flexible Schedule.
Broadway in Hollywood is committed to a workplace where everyone is free from bias, prejudice, discrimination and harassment. The organization strives to ensure a welcoming work environment where everyone belongs and is valued, encouraged & respected for their unique contributions. We are focused on building a culture that acknowledges and values Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome all to apply.

Salary: $17.28/hour + commission.

Benefits: Flexible Schedule
Generous commission structure.
Complimentary tickets to Broadway in Hollywood Performances.

Education requirements: Bachelor’s degree

Deadline to apply: August 15, 2024

Documents required to apply: Resume, cover letter, references.

How to apply: Apply here

Project Director, Core Renewal Project

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks a Project Director, Core Renewal Project through Fall 2030. Reporting to the President and CEO, this position will lead the development and day-to-day management of the Skirball’s reimagined core exhibition—managing the conceptualization, design, and implementation—that will attract and engage a diverse audience, build relationships with those who share the organization’s values, and provide a one-of-a-kind experience that distinguishes the Skirball among Jewish and other cultural institutions in Los Angeles and around the world.

Salary: $120,000+ DOE

Benefits: Medical, dental, vision; optional FSA; 403(b) and matching; employee discount; life insurance; EAP; parental leave; paid time off; sick leave; metro pass; AD&D and long-term disability insurance

Education requirements: High school diploma

Deadline to apply: September 30, 2024

Documents required to apply: Resume, cover letter

How to apply: Apply at the Skirball website and send resume and cover letter to: Re: Project Director

Studio Assistant for Painter

Kara Joslyn Studio

Boyle Heights Area, Los Angeles

Trial Period of $22/hour, after which $25-$27/hour

Kara Joslyn, an established painter based in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, is seeking a detail-oriented and proactive individual to fill the position of studio assistant. This is a part-time role (flexible days and times on working an average of 3 days/week). The Studio Assistant will report directly to the Studio Director and Artist. Must have access to a vehicle.

Key Responsibilities:
• Preparing and printing Adobe Photoshop files
• Draftwork handling detailed technical line drawings/sketches
• Sketching, Tracing and Draft
• Maintain a clean and organized workspace.
• Manage art supplies and inventory, ensuring timely restocking.
• Handle basic studio maintenance and troubleshooting
• Safely handle artwork

Experience and Skills
• Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop
• Prior studio assistant experience preferred
• Familiarity with airbrush painting process preferred
• Basic knowledge of art materials and studio practices
• Ability to work independently
• Ability to have very careful hand, following lines precisely and accurately
• Positive attitude

Salary: $25-$27/hour

Benefits: This position is an at-will independent contractor position.

Education requirements: Bachelor’s degree

Deadline to apply: July 21, 2024

Documents required to apply: Resume, work sample/portfolio

How to apply: Send your resume and images of your work/examples of linework to

Deputy Director of Operations



Founded in 1996 with a commitment to exploring the connections between 4,000 years of Jewish heritage and American democratic ideals, the Skirball Cultural Center stands as a cultural beacon in Los Angeles, California. The center’s origins trace back to a vision of fostering cultural understanding and dialogue, encapsulating the essence of Jewish heritage, social justice, the arts, and education.

Skirball Cultural Center is a multifaceted institution dedicated to enriching lives. With a focus on participatory media workshops, the center engages philanthropists, foundations, corporations, and government entities to secure funding for its mission. The Skirball Cultural Center annually serves a diverse audience, playing a vital role in transforming the cultural landscape through exhibitions, performances, and educational programs. Join us in our commitment to shaping the future of cultural enrichment and understanding at the Skirball Cultural Center.


The Skirball Cultural Center is actively seeking a Deputy Director of Operations to join its dynamic team. Reporting directly to the Senior Vice President of Operations, this full-time position is crucial for maintaining and enhancing the Skirball’s facilities and operational effectiveness. As the Deputy Director of Operations, you will oversee a broad range of services including engineering, audio-visuals, porters, security, grounds, parking, project management, and routine maintenance, ensuring the efficient and safe operation of the center.

In this key role within the Operations team, the Deputy Director will have the exciting opportunity to shape and manage the infrastructure that supports Skirball’s mission. You will play a central role in fostering a secure, attractive, and functional environment, contributing to the success and impact of a renowned cultural institution dedicated to Jewish heritage, American democratic ideals, social justice, the arts, and education. This position offers a unique chance to utilize your extensive management experience and technical expertise in a meaningful way, enhancing the center’s operations and enriching the community it serves.


Facilities Management

• Oversee operations and building service areas including engineering, security, grounds, parking, trades, project management, audio-visual services, porter services, daily operations, and routine maintenance.

• Establish policies, procedures, and communication processes for these areas.

• Ensure a safe, secure, attractive, and functioning environment that maximizes the effective use of interior and exterior spaces.

• Conduct regular inspections of maintenance, grounds, facilities, and equipment.

• Support day-to-day office operations.

• Assist with managing construction and retrofitting of interior and exterior spaces to meet changing needs.

• Take on major projects and initiatives to support Skirball’s mission.

• Help evaluate space requirements and develop space plans that balance program needs with building and safety codes.

Compliance & Operations

• Assist with the organization-wide safety and security program to protect assets, facilities, and grounds.

• Ensure compliance with accessibility, health, and safety codes.

• Recommend renovations and retrofitting as needed.

• Develop relationships with City officials for permits, variances, and other needs.

• Manage fire certification regulations and liaise with the Los Angeles City Fire Department.

• Participate in facility tours with regulatory agencies and Fire Department staff.

• Collaborate in management meetings to develop and implement emergency disaster plans and contingency operations.

• Participate in management committees.


• Work with other department leaders to provide necessary support services and resources.

• Manage limited parking resources and ensure cost-effective security operations.

• Communicate security and safety policies, procedures, and priorities to other departments.

• Gather and analyze data, and prepare reports.

• Assist in the hiring process for Operations roles and manage existing employees.

• Maintain and develop skills through workshops, further education, and research.

• Attend and present at professional development conferences.


• Over 10 years of management experience in supervising technical trades and administrative facilities staff.

• Bachelor’s degree in business, facilities management, engineering, or a related field, and/or extensive professional and managerial experience in similar roles.

• Strong understanding of facilities management, security and safety protocols, custodial services, landscape services, trades, project management, and associated business processes.

• Excellent verbal and written communication abilities, with a proven capability to work effectively with individuals from diverse cultural, age, and economic backgrounds.

• Skilled in negotiation and contract management.

• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

• Possess a current and valid driver’s license with proof of insurance, with the ability to travel using a personal vehicle or other personal transport for off-site meetings.

• Preferred qualifications include a master’s degree in business administration and fluency in Spanish.

Skirball Cultural Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or different ability.

Envision Consulting was retained by Skirball Cultural Center  to conduct the search for 
their incoming Deputy Director of Operations.

Salary: $130k – $140k

Benefits: health insurance, paid vacation, holidays, parental leave, 401K, and more.

Education requirements: Bachelor’s degree

Deadline to apply: September 16, 2024

Documents required to apply:

How to apply: Apply here


Research Fellow in Persian Jewish Art, Culture, and History

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks to engage a two-year Research Fellow with a deep and expansive knowledge of Persian Jewish culture, history, and art. The fellowship’s focus will be to research and recommend art and artifacts or identify long-term loans for the Museum’s 30,000-object collection of art, ephemera, and Judaica. This position will also propose several directions for future Skirball exhibitions related to Persian Jewish identity that align with the Skirball’s mission as a Jewish American cultural institution that celebrates discovery and hope, fosters human connections across generations and communities, and inspires visitors to help build a more just society.

Salary: $4,500-$5,800 per month

Benefits: N/A

Education requirements: High school diploma

Deadline to apply: September 30, 2024

Documents required to apply: Resume, Cover Letter

How to apply: Refer to the Skirball website for the full job description and send CV and cover letter to:, Re: Research Fellow in Persian Jewish Art, Culture, and History

Associate Registrar

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks an enthusiastic team player to serve as Associate Registrar. Reporting directly to the Registrar, this position is responsible for assisting with management of all aspects of the Museum’s robust schedule of rotating and traveling exhibitions. In addition, the position will support the Assistant Registrar of Permanent Collections with the care and maintenance of the permanent collections and permanent gallery spaces, working closely with other members of the museum department and cross-departmentally.

Salary: $26-29 per hour

Benefits: Medical, dental, vision; life insurance; FSA; 403(b) and 4% match; employee discount; parental leave; paid holidays; paid time off; free Metro pass; EAP

Education requirements: High school diploma

Deadline to apply: September 30, 2024

Documents required to apply: Resume, cover letter

How to apply: See full job description on the Skirball website and send resume and cover letter to:, Re: Associate Registrar

On-Call Preparator

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks a qualified candidate for the position of On-Call Preparator. Reporting to the Head Preparator, this on-call position with a variable schedule will perform a wide range of skilled and semi-skilled duties in the preparation, installation, deinstallation, and care of objects and works of art at the museum level.

Salary: $25-27 per hour

Benefits: N/A

Education requirements: None.

Deadline to apply: August 31, 2024

Documents required to apply: Resume

How to apply: See full job description on the Skirball website and send resume, preferably by email, to:, Re: On-Call Preparator, Museum Department