Seeking PT Wood Studio Technician

GoggleWorks seeks a part-time wood studio technician who, under the direction of the Director of Program Operations, will oversee the daily operations and cultivate a dynamic wood studio community. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • managing studio rental procedures
  • maintaining studio access schedules
  • inventorying supplies and materials
  • ordering supplies and materials; including wood, canvas, fasteners, sandpaper, glue, goggles, ear plugs, etc.
  • managing work exchange program
  • maintaining a clean and orderly work environment, including OSHA standard compliance
  • developing wood-centric workshops and classes, public programming, demonstrations
  • cultivating a strong and dynamic studio community and culture
  • making reasonable repairs and maintenance to wood studio equipment


  • mastery level expertise in a wide variety of saws, machines, and tools for woodworking
  • some teaching experience highly preferred
  • passion and ability to transfer knowledge and skills to people of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels
  • ability to manage budgets, supplies, and schedules
  • ability to work independently and cooperatively with a team
  • strong math skills, ability to work with detailed measurements
  • highly organized and detail oriented
  • proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Google Apps
  • self starter and good leader
  • supportive of the mission and goals of GoggleWorks

15-20 hours per week
Salary: hourly

Learn more about our wood studio here.

To apply, send resume and cover letter to:
James Pastore
Director of Program Operations
[email protected]
610.374.4600 x112


Seeking Artist Instructors

Here at GoggleWorks, we are always looking to expand our educational offerings and introduce new ideas and techniques to our students and community. Our educational offerings are only as good as the artist instructors that teach here. To that end, we invite qualified artist instructors to propose classes and/or workshops in each of our seven teaching studios, including: ceramics, hot glass, warm glass, metalsmithing, photography, printmaking, and woodworking. For instructors who teach outside of these mediums, special topic classes and workshops enable us to move beyond the traditional. We are always looking to expose our student body to new mediums, methods, and materials; nothing is off limits.

GoggleWorks Center for the Arts is an equal opportunity employer regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or belief. Employment decisions are made without consideration of these or any other factors that are prohibited by law.