Employment Opportunities

Bethel Woods is proud to be known for the exceptional customer service it routinely delivers -- a reputation built by a passionate and committed staff that truly believes in our mission, vision, and values.

We are always looking for high-energy, dedicated individuals to join our growing team. Our career openings span from full-time positions to internships and seasonal employment.

Intern Positions

Corporate Partnerships Intern Postitions

Corporate Partnerships Internship

Corporate Partnerships

1 Position available

Internship/Employment Duration:

Summer: 12 weeks, full-time (40 hours per week)

Summary:

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is currently seeking an intern or seasonal employee for its Corporate Partnerships Department for the summer 2016 term. Interns/Employees will be involved in a variety of tasks related to corporate partnerships including but not limited to the following: onsite management of sponsor related activities, support in fulfillment of seasonal sponsor benefits, data entry and administrative support of the corporate partnerships department, assistance in coordination of facility rental events.

Interns/Seasonal Employees are encouraged to bring new ideas to the table to expand the reach of corporate partnerships efforts. This is a paid internship.

Job Description

  • Assist with onsite preparation and execution, including all documentation,  of all sponsor related activities and promotions
  • Assist the Corporate Partnerships Directors with daily operations of the department
  • Complete data entry as necessary
  • Participate in planning and execution for Facility Rental events as necessary
  • Complete research projects as needed

Requirements

  • Strong ability to communicate verbally and in writing
  • Flexible work schedule (nights and weekends required)
  • Business, Management, Communications, Public Relations majors preferred
  • Proficiency of Microsoft Office -  Excel, Word, Outlook
  • Reliable transportation

To apply please send resume and cover letter to [email protected]

Please note: Employment is predicated upon a pre-employment drug screening

Development Intern Position

Development Internship

(Full Time – June to August)

Reports to: Director of Development

Provides various support functions for the Development Department including customer service support, general research, and other tasks in support of fundraising. 

Specifically, assists the Development Department by preparing donor prospect research, researching grants and other funding opportunities and assisting with special events.  May also, produce reports, draft written correspondence, and will complete mailings as well as other activities/special projects as needed.

Must be available to attend some Bethel Woods events (weekends and weeknights).

Interns with an interest in pursuing a career in fundraising, marketing and not-for-profit management are encouraged to apply.

To apply please send resume and cover letter to [email protected]

Please note: Employment is predicated upon a pre-employment drug screening

Part-Time Positions

Teaching Artist

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is looking to continue expanding and enriching its program offerings through collaborations with local professional artists. Please consider joining us in achieving our mission “to inspire, educate and empower through the arts and humanities.”

If you are a professional artist, musician, writer, actor, director, dancer (or other) from the Catskill or Hudson Valley region that has experience teaching and wishes to take an active role in shaping and inspiring the creative capital of tomorrow, you are exactly what Bethel Woods is looking for!

We are striving to expand our roster of teaching artists from the community to engage in project-specific programming for learners of all ages. If you are interested in becoming a resource and possible collaborator for future programs, please follow the instructions below. Opportunities will be part-time, project-based, and compensated with stipends.

How to apply to be a Teaching Artist for Bethel Woods Center for the Arts:
Please assemble the following materials in an electronic format and send them to [email protected] with “Teaching Artist: [Your Name]” as the subject:

 

  • A cover letter that introduces and details your interest in joining us as a teaching artist
  • A resume demonstrating experience as both an artist and a teacher
  • A statement of your teaching philosophy
  • A digital portfolio and/or a link to your professional website that demonstrates your work in your chosen medium 
  • Sample lesson plan (approximately 45-minutes – 1.5 hours) that demonstrates your approach to teaching your chosen medium. This should include: age range for intended participants, necessary supplies, goals/outcomes of the proposed lesson, a detailed, step-by-step process that demonstrates an aspect of your chosen art form and ties back to the goals/outcomes your lesson aims to achieve, and follow up questions for discussion/reflection that relate to the lesson and its themes
  • Three professional references with complete contact information (phone, email, mailing address)
  • Please be sure your materials include all of your contact information (phone(s), email, mailing address)
     

If selected to join us, all teaching artists hired by Bethel Woods will be subject to a drug test and a background check.

Teaching Artist applicants will be reviewed and contacted with an invitation to interview if it is determined that they are a good fit for our programs, their development, and their implementation. Please, no phone calls.

PI: Digital Media Teaching Artist

Job Description

 

This opportunitity involves oversight, planning implementation and assessment of arts based youth development programming.  Additional responsibilities include the oversight of program budget, attendance at teaching artist professional development workshops provided by Bethel Woods and working knowledge of the latest educational technology.

PI: Digital Media- This ten week immersion will dive deeply into the world of digital technology to creatively express one’s voice. This program will culminate in a final presentation or exhibition pending student choices on specific art forms. The Teaching Artists role would be to collaborate with Education and Outreach Manager Laura Moran on planning, implementation and evaluation of the program. Possible future opportunities would exist to lead this program in the future.

Hours:

Approximately 7 hours per week for 12 weeks (planning, 10 week program, and assessment/reflection)

Schedule: 

Saturdays            September 10th thru November 19th    from 2-5PM

Tuesdays             September 13th thru November 15th    from 6-8PM

Planning and Reflection between sessions approx 2 hr/week

Stipend:

$2,500


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Facilitator of programs designed by BWCA that ensures teens have the opportunity to participate in the lessons of the 60s which are self-expression, social consciousness, cultural engagement, inspiration and empowerment.
  • Supervise participants in programs within the program area as well as throughout our locations as deemed appropriate. Maintain a clean and safe program area(s).
  • Secure, maintain and monitor budget, materials, equipment and other resources belonging to the program area(s).
  • Manage and oversee BWCA program standards as determined for each Project: Identity program objectives.
  • Coordinate with Bethel Woods staff to bring in program partners and consultants who can offer related instruction, support and guidance to Project: Identity teens.
  • Participate in individual and group supervision sessions; participate in professional development opportunities as appropriate.
  • Participate in program outcome measurement processes and other evaluations programs.
  • Travel between sites and to activities as needed.
  • Other related duties as specified by the Education and Outreach Department.

Required Experience (Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Work Demands)

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • A sense of humor, passion for making a difference in our communities and a love for fun are a must!
  • Direct experience developing and delivering a wide variety of programming and support services for teens/youth with the ability to cultivate and maintain positive, appropriate relationships with youth and families.
  • Technical skillset in, at minimum, one of the following, photography, film, video production, music recording and/or other digital media required.
  • Minimum one year supervisory experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to work autonomously while implementing and insuring organizational mission, vision, and program standards are delivered.
  • Ability to work with youth and families from a variety of backgrounds.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Use their creativity, flexibility, ingenuity to enhance programs.
  • Must believe that our youth with support and opportunity can make significant differences in their community and world.
  • Knowledge of trends in technology, community service and leadership activities for teens.
  • Flexibility to work pre-determined weekends and weeknights with varying planning and evaluation meetings throughout program timelines.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills required.
  • Valid driver’s license required.
  • MS Office and web competency preferred.
  • Must be or become CPR/FA certified.

How to apply to be a Teaching Artist for Bethel Woods Center for the Arts:

Please assemble the following materials in an electronic format and send them to [email protected] with “Project: Identity Teaching Artist - [Your Name]” as the subject:

  • A cover letter that introduces and details your interest in joining us as a teen teaching artist
  • A resume demonstrating experience as both an artist and a teacher
  • A statement describing your belief that our youth, with support and opportunity, can make significant differences in their community and world.
  • Sample lesson plan (approximately 45-minutes – 1.5 hours) that demonstrates your approach to teaching your chosen medium. This should include: age range for intended participants, necessary supplies, goals/outcomes of the proposed lesson, a detailed, step-by-step process that demonstrates an aspect of your chosen art form and ties back to the goals/outcomes your lesson aims to achieve, and follow up questions for discussion/reflection that relate to the lesson and its themes
  • Three professional references with complete contact information (phone, email, mailing address)
  • Please be sure your materials include all of your contact information (phone(s), email, mailing address)

If selected to join us, all teaching artists hired by Bethel Woods will be subject to a drug test and a background check.

Teaching Artist applicants will be reviewed and contacted with an invitation to interview if it is determined that they are a good fit for our programs, their development, and their implementation. Please, no phone calls.

PI: Sessions Teaching Artist

Are you an experienced community organizer, a teaching artist gifted at working with adolescents, or a program manager motivated to making a positive change in our community of Liberty, NY? If yes, we have an inspiring opportunity for you! To apply for a PI: Sessions Teaching Artist please follow the guidelines below.

Job Description

Two positions involving oversight, planning implementation and assessment of PI: Sessions, an arts based teen development program hosted in the Village of Liberty, are available.  The positions will work together collaboratively.  Additional responsibilities include the oversight of program budget, attendance at teaching artist professional development workshops provided by Bethel Woods, working knowledge of technology and teen facilitation.

Program:

PI: Sessions is a FREE program for teens to come together to explore their creativity, find and build community, and present their creations to a supportive audience of peers. No prior art, music, theater, or creative knowledge is necessary for teens to participate. PI: Sessions will be hosted at a central location in the Village of Liberty with a goal to be a resource for our teens to connect socially and to build positive community pride through creative art explorations in their community! The Teaching Artists’ role will be to facilitate the implementation and evaluation of the program as well as collaborate in fine detail planning of the program.

Hours: Approximately 12 hours per week during implementation; anticipated participation in planning meetings throughout Spring 2016

Schedule: 2 days/week (likely Wednesday & Thursday)     

Anticipated run dates: July 6th-December 31st approx. 5-9PM 

Approximate 28 week breakdown: First week, planning, then 26 week program, and final week, assessment/reflection.

Stipend: $4,500


Required Skills

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Facilitator of programs designed by BWCA that ensures teens have the opportunity to participate in the lessons of the 60s which are self-expression, social consciousness, cultural engagement, inspiration and empowerment.
  • Supervise participants in programs within the program area as well as throughout our locations as deemed appropriate. Maintain a clean and safe program area(s).
  • Secure, maintain and monitor budget, materials, equipment and other resources belonging to the program area(s).
  • Manage and oversee BWCA program standards as determined for each Project: Identity program objectives.
  • Coordinate with Bethel Woods staff to bring in program partners and consultants who can offer related instruction, support and guidance to Project: Identity teens.
  • Participate in individual and group supervision sessions; participate in professional development opportunities as appropriate.
  • Participate in program outcome measurement processes and other evaluations programs.
  • Travel between sites and to activities as needed.
  • Other related duties as specified by the Education and Outreach Department.

Required Experience

Position Requirements (Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Work Demands)

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • A sense of humor, passion for making a difference in our communities and a love for fun are a must!
  • Direct experience developing and delivering a wide variety of programming and support services for teens/youth with the ability to cultivate and maintain positive, appropriate relationships with youth and families.
  • Technical skillset in, at minimum, one of the following, photography, film, video production, music recording and/or other digital media required.
  • Minimum one year supervisory experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to work autonomously while implementing and insuring organizational mission, vision, and program standards are delivered.
  • Ability to work with youth and families from a variety of backgrounds.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Use their creativity, flexibility, ingenuity to enhance programs.
  • Knowledge of trends in technology, community service and leadership activities for teens.
  • Flexibility to work pre-determined weekends and weeknights with varying planning and evaluation meetings throughout program timelines.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills required.
  • Valid driver’s license required.
  • MS Office and web competency preferred.
  • Must be or become CPR/FA certified.

How to apply to be a Teaching Artist for Bethel Woods Center for the Arts:

Please assemble the following materials in an electronic format and send them to [email protected] with “PI: Sessions Teaching Artist - [Your Name]” as the subject:

  • A cover letter that introduces and details your interest in joining us as a teaching artist for teens
  • A resume demonstrating experience as a teen program facilitator, community organizer or teacher
  • A statement describing your belief that our youth, with support and opportunity, can make significant differences in their community and world.
  • Sample lesson plan (approximately 45-minutes – 1.5 hours) that demonstrates your approach to teaching your chosen medium or subject. This should include: age range for intended participants, necessary supplies, goals/outcomes of the proposed lesson, a detailed, step-by-step process that demonstrates an aspect of your chosen art form and ties back to the goals/outcomes your lesson aims to achieve, and follow up questions for discussion/reflection that relate to the lesson and its themes
  • Contact information for three professional references (phone, email, mailing address)
  • Please be sure your materials include all of your contact information (phone(s), email, mailing address)

If selected to join us, all teaching artists hired by Bethel Woods will be subject to a drug test and a background check.

Teaching Artist applicants will be reviewed and contacted with an invitation to interview if it is determined that they are a good fit for our programs, their development, and their implementation. Please, no phone calls.

Housekeeper

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is seeking a dependable, mature and experienced part-time (approximately 30 hours per week) housekeeper.

Tasks:

  • General housekeeping duties including dusting, vacuuming, cleaning restrooms, emptying trash and cleaning windows

Seasonal Positions

Logistics Staff

Employment Duration: Early May – Early November, 40 hrs+ per week, All shows

Summary: Logistics staff is primarily responsible for seasonal site set up and general labor for the facilities and grounds departments.

Job Description:

  • The logistics crew is responsible for the set up and breakdown of all special events. This includes main pavilion concerts as well as event gallery concerts and market shed events. All furniture and props are supplied and set by us.
  • Removing all site props from their seasonal storage locations for deployment across site.  Also to return those items to their storage locations at the closing of the season.
  • The set up, maintenance and breakdown of all tents on site. Many tents are required to be set in one location all season but some are required for to be moved and set up on a temporary basis.
  • To act as additional labor support for other departments.
  • The creation and upkeep of a seasonal, total site inventory.
  • We are the primary care takers of all site furnishings.

Concert Responsibilities- Day Crew

  • Placement and lining of all garbage cans within the site and in the parking lot.
  • The set up of equipment in regular tents. Guest services, handicap depot, etc.
  • The set up of barricade at the front gate and at the chair rental area.
  • Each concession area should be checked to be sure it is properly set up and meets the high standards of appearance for the site.
  • Ensure all unique events and sponsors have their requested items. A list of these individuals will be supplied on a concert to concert basis.
  • Monitor radio channel 10 for any additional requests for equipment and assistance.

Requirements

The ideal candidate must be able to learn new tasks quickly and follow instructions closely. They should also be motivated to finish a job completely and to the high visual standards of the site.

  • Strong listening and prioritization skills
  • Good team work ethic
  • Physically up to the task of moving heavy equipment and working for extended periods
  • Flexible work schedule (nights and weekends required)
  • Reliable transportation and valid state drivers license

To begin the process interested applicants, should submit a completed application to [email protected]., or via mail to:

Attn: Human Resources
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
P.O. Box 222
Liberty, NY 12754

If selected to join us, all staff hired by Bethel Woods will be subject to a drug test and background check.

Event Security

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is looking to expand its Event Security Staff for the upcoming 2016 Season.  We welcome candidates who have experience in the security industry as well as those looking to get their foot in the door. We have industry leading training programs and take great pride in offering entry-level opportunities in addition to those ideal for individuals who already have experience. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • At least 18 years of age or older as required by applicable law or contractual requirements
  • High school diploma / GED or at least 5 years of verifiable work experience
  • Ability to provide proof of ability to work in the United States
  • Ability to interact and communicate effectively both orally and in writing
  • Ability to interact with the public in a direct and professional manner
  • Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation
  • Ability to provide quality customer service daily as well as handle crisis situations efficiently and effectively at our site

Quality Standards:

Quality is meeting and/or exceeding our customer and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts expectations and high standards for service.  Bethel Woods Security Staff:

  • Always come to work and are on time
  • Have a neat and professional appearance
  • Have a friendly and courteous demeanor
  • Are good communicators
  • Understand and successfully execute the job duties
  • Are capable of handling typical issues and problems professionally

New York State Mandated Licensing

New York State requires that the State Division of Licensing provides the security officer with a state license. If you currently hold a valid license, please bring a copy to your interview. In many cases, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts can assist in processing your application to New York State Division of Licensing.

To begin the process interested applicants, should submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected]

If selected to join us, all Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Seasonal Security hired by Bethel Woods will be subject to a drug test and an extensive background check.

Box Office/Welcome Desk Staff

Bethel Woods Box Office/Welcome Desk Staff are the first point of contact with Bethel Woods customer base. We are seeking individuals with strong customer service and cash management skills for the upcoming 2016 season. We welcome candidates who have experience in point of sale systems, cash management & compliance and customer service. In addition, we take great pride in offering entry-level opportunities to those who demonstrate quality potential. 

Responsibilities:

Box Office/Welcome Desk Associates are responsible for: serving the general public by selling event/museum tickets; operating ticketing software and/or credit card equipment; for superior customer service and general area cleaning. Supports marketing and promotional projects for ticketed events; supports event site ticket sales as needed. Selling and processing ticket orders via mail, telephone, Internet, and over-the-counter. Distributing literature to patrons and answers questions in response to inquiries about shows and events. Working within the Front Gate or satellite lawn chair booth as needed. Assisting with closing of the Box office, including preparation of cash banks and updating seating charts and event information. Additional administrative duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to interact and communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  • Ability to interact with the public in a direct and professional manner.
  • Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation
  • Ability to work accurately with attention to detail in high volume sales environment.

Quality Standards:

Quality is meeting and/or exceeding our customer and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts expectations and high standards for service.  Bethel Woods Staff:

  • Always come to work and are on time.
  • Have a neat and professional appearance.
  • Have a friendly and courteous demeanor.
  • Have strong communication skills.
  • Understand and successfully execute the job duties.
  • Are capable of handling typical issues and problems professionally.

To begin the process interested applicants, should submit a completed application to [email protected]., or via mail to:

  • Attn: Human Resources
  • Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
  • P.O. Box 222
  • Liberty, NY 12754

If selected to join us, all staff hired by Bethel Woods will be subject to a drug test and background check

Housekeeping Staff

Bethel Woods Housekeeping Staff are responsible for maintaining a clean and safe environment for all Bethel Woods guests, staff and volunteers.  We are seeking friendly individuals with strong attention to detail for the upcoming 2016 season. We welcome candidates who have solid organizational skills, a reliable work ethic and customer service skills.

Responsibilities:

Bethel Woods Housekeeping Staff are responsible for: general maintenance and cleanliness of Bethel Woods’ grounds, buildings, properties and Museum; providing assistance and guidance to guests; maintaining all cleaning equipment and materials in a safe and sanitary working condition; informing guests of Bethel Woods’ policies and procedures, and reporting misconduct; and respond promptly to requests for housekeeping assistance. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to interact and communicate effectively with guests.
  • Ability to interact with the public in a direct and professional manner.
  • Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
  • Ability to work accurately with attention to detail in crowded environment.
  • Ability to continuously stand or walk.

Quality Standards:

Quality is meeting and/or exceeding our customer and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts expectations and high standards for service. Bethel Woods Staff:

  • Always come to work and are on time.
  • Have a neat and professional appearance.
  • Have a friendly and courteous demeanor.
  • Have strong communication skills.
  • Understand and successfully execute the job duties.
  • Are capable of handling typical issues and problems professionally.

To begin the process interested applicants, should submit a completed application to [email protected]., or via mail to:

  • Attn: Human Resources
  • Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
  • P.O. Box 222
  • Liberty, NY 12754

If selected to join us, all staff hired by Bethel Woods will be subject to a drug test and background check.

Parking Staff

Bethel Woods Parking Staff are the first staff guests see when they arrive and the last they see as they leave the venue.  We are seeking courteous individuals with strong customer service skills, patience and critical thinking skills for the upcoming 2016 season. We welcome candidates who have strong organizational and customer service skills.

Responsibilities:

Bethel Woods Parking Attendants are responsible for: directing and coordinating all inbound and outbound vehicular traffic; providing assistance and guidance to guests as they enter and leave the parking lots; efficient and safe operation of all parking lots; informing guests of Bethel Woods’ policies and procedures, and reporting misconduct; lift, position and remove barricades as required; and review credentials and direct guests to the appropriate lots/locations 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to interact and communicate effectively with guests.
  • Ability to interact with the public in a direct and professional manner.
  • Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
  • Ability to work accurately with attention to detail in crowded environment.
  • Ability to continuously stand or walk.

Quality Standards:

Quality is meeting and/or exceeding our customer and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts expectations and high standards for service.  Bethel Woods Staff:

  • Always come to work and are on time.
  • Have a neat and professional appearance.
  • Have a friendly and courteous demeanor.
  • Have strong communication skills.
  • Understand and successfully execute the job duties.
  • Are capable of handling typical issues and problems professionally.

To begin the process interested applicants, should submit a completed application to [email protected]., or via mail to:

  • Attn: Human Resources
  • Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
  • P.O. Box 222
  • Liberty, NY 12754

If selected to join us, all staff hired by Bethel Woods will be subject to a drug test and background check.

Grounds Staff

Bethel Woods Grounds Staff are responsible for maintaining and preserving the impeccable grounds of Bethel Woods.  We are seeking self-motivated, detail oriented individuals for the upcoming 2016 season. We welcome hard-working candidates with a reliable work ethic.

Responsibilities:

Bethel Woods Grounds Staff are responsible for: general maintenance and cleanliness of Bethel Woods’ grounds; caring for established lawns, trees, flower beds, etc.; mow and edge lawns; use hand tools such as shovels, rakes, pruning saws, saws, hedge and brush trimmers, and axes; operate powered equipment such as mowers, tractors, twin-axle vehicles, snow blowers, chain-saws, electric clippers, sod cutters, and pruning saws; maintaining all equipment and materials in a safe and sanitary working condition; and carefully managing time to ensure all work is completed.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • At least 18 years of age or older.
  • Must have valid driver’s license.
  • Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
  • Ability to bend, stretch, twist, or reach with your body, arms, and/or legs.
  • Ability to follow directions.
  • Ability to continuously stand or walk.

Quality Standards:

Quality is meeting and/or exceeding our customer and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts expectations and high standards for service.  Bethel Woods Staff:

  • Always come to work and are on time.
  • Have a neat and professional appearance.
  • Have a friendly and courteous demeanor.
  • Have strong communication skills.
  • Understand and successfully execute the job duties.
  • Are capable of handling typical issues and problems professionally.

To begin the process interested applicants, should submit a completed application to [email protected]., or via mail to:

  • Attn: Human Resources
  • Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
  • P.O. Box 222
  • Liberty, NY 12754

If selected to join us, all staff hired by Bethel Woods will be subject to a drug test and background check.

Overnight Staff

Bethel Woods Overnight Staff are responsible for quickly cleaning and preparing the site to open prior to start of business the following day.  We are seeking dedicated individuals with strong attention to detail for the upcoming 2016 season. We welcome candidates who have solid organizational skills and a reliable work ethic.

Responsibilities:

Bethel Woods Overnight Staff are responsible for: general maintenance and cleanliness of Bethel Woods’ grounds, buildings, properties and Museum; removing litter, waste and debris from the grounds efficiently; assist with pick-up and collection of lawn chairs after events; complying with applicable safety and security standards; maintaining all cleaning equipment and materials in a safe and sanitary working condition; and carefully managing time to ensure all work is completed.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
  • Ability to continuously stand or walk.

Quality Standards:

Quality is meeting and/or exceeding our customer and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts expectations and high standards for service.  Bethel Woods Staff:

  • Always come to work and are on time.
  • Have a neat and professional appearance.
  • Have a friendly and courteous demeanor.
  • Have strong communication skills.
  • Understand and successfully execute the job duties.
  • Are capable of handling typical issues and problems professionally.

To begin the process interested applicants, should submit a completed application to [email protected]., or via mail to:

  • Attn: Human Resources
  • Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
  • P.O. Box 222
  • Liberty, NY 12754

If selected to join us, all staff hired by Bethel Woods will be subject to a drug test and background check.

Drug testing and background checks required. To apply for a seasonal position within our event staff, please fill out the application below:

2016 Event Staff Application

2016 Ovations Application

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