Graphic Designer


The Boch Center is one of the nation’s leading nonprofit performing arts institutions and a guardian of Boston’s historic Wang and Shubert Theatres. The Boch Center strives to inspire and ignite a greater appreciation for art, culture, and creativity through numerous education and community outreach initiatives, collaborations, and partnerships. The Boch Center is committed to presenting a diverse selection of live entertainment ranging from concerts and comedy to theatre and podcasts.



Reporting to the Director of Digital & Brand Marketing and the Director of Event Marketing, the Graphic Designer helps to develop and execute the overall visual design strategy for the Boch Center and manages the design, printing, photography, and videography needs of the institution. This role works closely with multiple Boch Center departments including Marketing, Development, Education, and the Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame (FARHOF). The Graphic Designer provides critical support in all areas including, but not limited to, event marketing, institutional marketing, public relations, social media, email communications, website management, content creation, and support of other special projects. Interested applicants must have a minimum of 2+ years of experience in marketing or a related field, excellent visual design skills, be technically savvy, and possess an excellent command of print and digital processes. The ideal candidate exhibits impeccable attention to detail, stellar time management, has the ability to take direction from multiple stakeholders and thrives in a fast-paced, collaborative environment. 



  • Design and create all institutional collateral and maintain the Boch Center brand across ads, emails, flyers, posters, postcards, signage, invitations, fundraising appeals, newsletters, etc.  
  • Manage creative for shows at the Wang Theatre and Shubert Theatre across all venue assets, including website, email, marquee, social media, and any paid advertising. 
  • Maintain deadlines and procure necessary support files and design assets. Adhere to the proper review and approval process (both internal and external) for all print and digital ads for upcoming shows. 
  • Keep the team informed of project timelines, deadlines, and progress. 
  • Take photographs and film Education events, receptions, and other events as directed. 
  • Maintain and adhere to the production calendar of all creative due dates. 
  • Work with Development, Education, FARHOF, and Executive teams to meet all institutional branding and collateral needs. 



  • Position requires a bachelor’s degree in graphic or Web design or equivalent and a minimum of 2+ years of related experience. 
  • Candidate should have a strong artistic ability and design expertise with elements such as color, composition, and branding; clean typography skills with an understanding of design hierarchy; and the ability to design clean, neat, consistent branded material across all forms of media. A customer-focused approach to Web and print design is critical. 
  • Candidate must be able to successfully handle multiple priorities in high-stress situations and be able to work well independently and with a team. Strong communication skills and the ability to verbally and visually present ideas are critical. 
  • Proficient in all Adobe Creative Suite Products (After Effects, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Premiere). 
  • Experience creating and editing audio and video files for Web use. 
  • Expert knowledge of print and Web design/production and the commercial printing process. 
  • Understanding of basic code is a plus: CSS, HTML, JavaScript. 
  • Photography and video experience are a plus. 
  • A presence will be required at occasional evening and weekend meetings and events. 

* Please Note: This is currently a hybrid position with the minimum expectation of 2 days per week in the office. This may change at any time. * 



  • Cover letter 
  • Design Portfolio 
  • Resume 


All materials should be emailed to Jamia Gaffney, Director of Event Marketing at by Friday, March 31. Applicants who do not include a cover letter and examples of their design work will not be considered. The Boch Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks diversity in its workforce.