currently open positions

The Publications Editor is responsible for soliciting, collecting, overseeing, and implementing materials and information as it pertains to several publications for San Diego Comic Convention (SDCC). Contractor will oversee the creation, execution, and delivery of publications, including layout/production, and is responsible for content for assigned publications. Consulting with SDCC, contractor will work with outside artists and vendors on covers and any internal content as well as production needs.

The Grants Manager plays a critical role in reaching development goals for the Comic-Con Museum through government grants as well as private and corporate foundation opportunities. With guidance from the Sr. Director of Advancement , the Grants Manager is responsible for overseeing the Museum’s Grants program and ensures alignment with the organization’s overall mission. 

Retail and Ticketing Associates are the primary team members to interface with museum guests. They welcome guests to the museum, work museum programs and event rentals, sell merchandise and tour tickets, and answer general inquiries about the museum and community services from the visiting public. Retail and Ticketing Associates assist with the daily operations of the museum, including opening and closing, guest relations, sales, customer service, and special events. Retail and Ticketing Associates work to achieve sales and create an exemplary guest experience while promoting the San Diego Comic-Con mission.

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