Jobs and Opportunities at BAX
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is a multigenerational arts organization nurturing creative expression and artistic process through education, residencies, and performance at the intersection of arts and social justice.
BAX was founded in 1991 and now serves over 10,000 artists, students, families, audience and community members each year. The organization is dedicated to serving artists in progress, from children to professionals, at all ages and stages of development. The multi-faceted nature of BAX programs invite artists to embark on creative journeys to develop their unique and authentic creative voices. BAX honors the power of performing arts to connect and transform individuals and communities. We are committed to building equity across our programs, policies, budgets, and culture.
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating and developing an inclusive staff team. People of color, women, transgender and queer people, disabled people, and people from culturally, socially, and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange seeks a creative marketing and communications professional to help lead the organization’s public-facing communications strategy and profile. This is a full time, 40 hour per week, benefits-eligible non-exempt position with a flexible work arrangement. The Marketing & Communications Manager reports to the Executive Director and Senior Director of Finance & Administration and works closely, and collaboratively, with the full staff.
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is looking for an energetic and experienced educator to facilitate two Early Childhood Move & Groove (caregiver and child) classes and one Creative Movement class in Fall 2021 (scheduling details via button below). Later in the season, we are hoping to expand our Early Childhood programming to bring back our drop-in Playspace program. BAX’s 2021-22 season will take place from September 13 through June 25 with a community Open House on Saturday, September 11 from 11-2 p.m. in both the BAX Building and outside the building in a closed off street.
Preferred candidates will have professional experience in early childhood teaching and the performing arts, be personable, and comfortable working with families (caregivers) & young children alike.
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is seeking a part-time permanent Operations Associate. Ideal candidates will have office management experience and bookkeeping familiarity and enjoy working in a busy multi-faceted performing arts environment. Must be detail-oriented, a self-starter, resourceful, and have the ability to work independently and as a team player. Experience with Google applications like forms and sheets required and Filemaker Pro or other database work a plus. This position reports directly to the Senior Manager of Operations.