Careers at Mass Cultural Council
At Mass Cultural Council, we are committed to earning a reputation as a great place to work and build a career. So, if you’re excited to be part of an anti-racist, equitable, diverse, and inclusive team, come join us!
Openings will be posted to this page as they become available.
For additional job opportunities, check out Hire Culture, our employment site for the Massachusetts cultural sector.
About the Agency
Mass Cultural Council is an independent state agency offering competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits.
- Employee Benefits Summary (PDF)
- Manager Benefits Summary (PDF)
- Voluntary Alternative Work Schedule and Hybrid Work Model (PDF)
Our Commitment to Racial Equity
Mass Cultural Council works to invest financial, programmatic, and informational resources equitably. It also provides leadership to repair, heal, and build toward a cultural sector where racial diversity flourishes, decolonization of art and the cultural sector is achieved, and inclusion and belonging is the norm. Massachusetts’ communities, residents, and visitors benefit from robust diversity in the cultural sector, without which the Commonwealth cannot continue to thrive.
A vision of the world that honors a breadth/variety of perspectives makes for a richer and more productive cultural sector. Seeing the world through different perspectives and bringing those ideas to life is the charge of the cultural sector and its leaders. Mass Cultural Council supports these creative visions and visionaries with co-creative, innovative, equitable, inclusive, and decolonized programming and grant making.
Accommodations and Access
It is important for us that the employment application process be accessible for all applicants. For any requests or needs regarding accessibility, accommodations, modifications, or specific preferences we should be aware of to ensure your experience is accessible, positive, and supported, please contact Cathy Cheng-Anderson, Director of People and Culture.
Mass Cultural Council prohibits discrimination based on race, creed, color, national origin, nationality, ancestry, sex/gender (including pregnancy), affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, civil union status, domestic partnership status, familial status, religion, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait, genetic information, liability for service in the Armed Forces of the United States, or disability. Applicants with questions or concerns are encouraged to contact Cathy Cheng-Anderson, Director of People and Culture.