A job that reflects who you really are.

Photo: Andria Lo

Why work here?

Take a look to learn more about what it’s like to work here.

When you join our team, you’ll find a culture of connection and creativity. Together, we aim to make art a vital and meaningful part of public life. Our benefits package provides health care, wellness, retirement planning, and financial resources for you and your family. But we believe the most compelling reason to work at SFMOMA is the unique spirit of our staff. “The people” is the number one reason our employees love their work.

A few of the perks for all SFMOMA staff:

  • Complimentary SFMOMA membership
  • 30% off at the SFMOMA Museum Store and Artists Gallery
  • 20% off gift memberships for friends and family
  • Wellness programs such as on-site massage, yoga classes, ergonomic evaluations, fitness center discounts, and seminars on health and wellness
  • A commuter program that sets aside pretax dollars to offset the costs of getting to work

Regular staff (working 21 hours or more per week) are eligible for:

  • Medical, dental, vision, and long-term disability coverage
  • Life insurance
  • Paid vacation, holidays, and sick leave
  • Enrollment in an organization-sponsored retirement plan
  • Flexible spending accounts that set aside pretax dollars for health care and child care expenses

A job with a view.

We’re located in the heart of San Francisco, and our offices look out onto the city’s skyline. We have three staff terraces where you can take one of the world’s most scenic coffee breaks or grow tomatoes — it’s your space to use.

What’s it like to work here?

“People who work at SFMOMA bring their whole heart to what they do—we take seriously the museum’s mission to make the art for our time a vital and meaningful part of public life. Working here is stimulating, challenging, exciting… There is always something going on that will expand your horizons, and staff have access to all kinds of opportunities for enrichment and learning (on the clock and off).”

—Dana Goldberg, managing editor