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Come Work With Us in the Office of Arts and Culture

We’re currently hiring for a variety of positions!

Are you passionate about arts and culture and interested in working with us to better support Boston’s arts ecosystem? Check out some of the current opportunities we have available in our office:

Administrative Assistant

We're also hiring a full-time Administrative Assistant to assist with a wide variety of financial functions within our office. Responsibilities will include assisting with payments for ongoing MOAC grants and contracts, overseeing MOAC operations, and managing vendor and affiliated business relations for the department. Apply for the Administrative Assistant position by January 31.


We are excited to work with a photographer to document Boston’s public art collection! Currently, the collection is only partially photographed, with roughly 250 artworks remaining. The collection includes various types of artwork such as sculptures, statues, murals, fountains, and architectural elements, and includes diverse media, both in interior and exterior locations.

The expected term of the contract will be 20 weeks between February and June 30, 2022. Applicants must apply by February 2 at 5 p.m. through the City's supplier portal. You can find the RFQ by searching for event EV00010234 titled "Art Collections Photographer". 

Workforce and professional development consultants

We're looking for qualified organizations, companies, and individuals who are interested in providing technical assistance, professional development, and workforce development services to Boston artists and creative workers. Services contracted through this RFQ will focus on supporting Boston artists, arts educators, and creative workers who were most impacted by COVID-19. 

Applicants must apply by February 11 at 5 p.m. through the City's supplier portal. You can find the RFQ by searching for event EV00010141 titled “Workforce and Professional Development for Artists”.

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