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The Wexner Center for the Arts is The Ohio State University's multidisciplinary, international laboratory for the exploration and advancement of contemporary art. We appreciate your interest in the center as a potential employer. The Wexner Center is committed to building an inclusive work environment that welcomes and values diversity. We strive to ensure that our work environment is as stimulating, inspiring, and diverse as the many artists, programs, and art forms we present.

Various employment opportunities are periodically available at the Wexner Center. Because the center is part of The Ohio State University, full-time job listings and applications are handled through the university's Office of Human Resources. As permanent positions become available, they are posted on the university's employment web site. Positions appear for one week with Wexner Center vacancies listed under under “department” as WCA and then the specific employing area within the center.

We also employ federally funded Ohio State work-study students, Ohio State graduate students, interns, paid part-time staff, and volunteers. These positions are not advertised on the Ohio State's Employment Services web site—information relating to select part-time opportunities can be found below, while volunteer and internship opportunities can be found here.

Click here to read our mission statement, and click here to read our Inclusion and Diversity Policy Statement.

For more information, contact the Wexner Center Human Resource Manager at or click here for Ohio State's Human Resource web page. The Ohio State University Employment Services office is located at 1590 North High Street, Suite 300, Columbus, Ohio, 43201-2190, telephone: (614) 688-WORK (9675), fax: (614) 688-3213.


Part-Time Employment

The House Management department at the Wexner Center for the Arts is currently in need of an outstanding Artist Services Assistant (Federal Work-Study Job ID: 4896) who is willing to be as flexible with their time as our world-class performing arts programming requires, which often includes evening and weekend hours.

All interested candidates must:

  • Not be currently employed elsewhere as a work-study student
  • Have a professional attitude and work ethic
  • Be 21 years of age, or older, to meet requirement for driving
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Be comfortable driving larger vehicles (i.e. 12-passenger vans)
  • Have frequent night and weekend availability

We will provide the opportunity for you to become immersed in actively supporting successful and memorable programming across all disciplines of contemporary art. From providing essential patron services at events to coordinating hospitality and transportation for our visiting artists and assisting the House Management department with daily preparation and wrap-up of events, you will gain invaluable insight and experience working in our internationally renowned arts center.

If interested, please email

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