Join our cast of characters and take the road less traveled.
Our not-just-for-profit business values seep into everything we do, including how we treat our team. Employees drive company microloan decisions and choose how to spend 40 hours of paid volunteer time.
Our crew shares a fervent love of live gatherings. You name it—we ticket (and attend) it. Big festivals, small shows. Opera and … punk rock opera. Roller derby. Burlesque. Craft brew openings. Zombie walks. There's never a dull moment.
Have a lofty goal? We've got ladders. We encourage transparency between groups, individualism, career planning and inclusion in strategy.
Brown Paper Tickets is seeking part-time Customer Service Representatives to provide outstanding customer service from our New York office in Brooklyn! Come join our team and enjoy a casual work environment, partial employer-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance depending on eligibility, generous Paid Time Off, a week of paid volunteer time per year, a partially […]
Submit your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have what we're looking for, we will contact you for an interview. Employees may be asked to undergo background and reference checks.
Death before the daily grind.
We are artists, geeks, musicians, chefs, athletes, rebels, dreamers and lifelong learners passionate about events.
We're a group that loves to live and lives to love.
But we do take a few things seriously: recycling, composting, working hard and enriching local communities.
Global hubs planted in 5 vibrant communities with a dash of yin, a spot of yang. Each near a river (just in case).
Geek out in a lakeside tech town surrounded by splendid views.
Industrial-chic space smack dab inside a music recording complex.
What if you worked in a castle along the Water of Leith? Magic.
Join our growing team of locals and transplants in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
We’re headquartered in Fremont, a hood with a quirky vibe (like us).
GeekWire Bootstrapper of the Year Winner 2015
Bay Area Dance Watch Best Customer Service for Performing Arts 2010 - 2013
Seattle Metropolitan Magazine Best Places to Work 2015
Crafts everything from tweets to taglines, designs imagery, tells stories in a myriad of methods, improves the customer experience and brings our brand to life.
Live, in-house 24/7 support in English, Spanish, French for event organizers and attendees. A nerve center full of savvy people who love to help. Part consulting, part tech support, this team is unrivaled in our industry.
This whip-smart crew of coders and planners build and maintain our systems and products from the ground up, so they run smoothly day and night.
Super heroes who travel the world giving back to music, arts, sports, media, education and other industries with zero corporate strings attached.
Handles all printing, shipping, sorting, badge production and distribution. When your tickets arrive at your door, this crew handled it with care (and a lot of coffee).
The heart of our family, they ensure employees have support, guidance, benefits, pay, policies and a helping hand when needed. Caregivers and enforcers alike.
Fearless leaders who sail the ship and chart new waters. Bootstrappers by choice, they use corporate social responsibility as a measure of success and give back to communities.
Full of people who love people, this crew meets, greets and authentically supports as many events, communities and businesses as possible to grow our company. Box office, promotion, strategy, all of it.
Savvy problem-solvers, this department repairs systems, fixes equipment and finds solutions so that all teams can stay focused and on track.