Job Openings


Facilities Manager
Posted 6/3/16 – Resumes accepted until position is filled.
Artisan’s Asylum is looking for a full time facilities manager to support the operations in the Artisan’s Asylum’s 40,000 square foot facility. Major areas of responsibility include oversight of volunteer shop leads in budgeting, overall safety, accessibility and cleanliness; maintaining and tracking shared workshops; working with property management on building maintenance and repair issues; and maintaining excellent relations with city inspectors and officials.

This is a full time position with extensive schedule flexibility but required attendance at community events, staff meetings and regular office hours. Benefits include vacation, insurance and Artisan’s membership. For a full description and qualifications, see our HireCulture job post. Resumes will be accepted until vacancy is filled.

How to apply
Email with Facilities Manager Application as the subject line and your resume and cover letter attached as a single pdf or doc file saved as “First Last – Facilities Manager”.


Want to share your passion for making with our community? Become an instructor! Learn more on our Teach a Class page.


We offer a number of programs and opportunities to learn and give back in our 40,000 square foot community workshop. Learn more about our Awesomenaut Program and other volunteer opportunities here.

Need to fulfill a work experience or internship program? In the past, we have partnered with New Sector Alliance, Northeastern University, Bennington College, and other educational institutions to match self-motivated students with opportunities here. Contact with your resume and letter of interest.


“I could not have asked for a better summer internship experience. Working at Artisan’s Asylum is a hands-on experience in that you will be given important responsibilities that lead to development in non-profit administration and management skills. The day-to-day includes interaction with members, meetings with staff, business development and data analysis activities, and a variety of special projects in a variety of focus areas. Above all, being surrounded by such innovative minds made every moment exciting and a learning opportunity.”