Old North Foundation of Boston, Inc

193 Salem Street
Boston, MA 02113

Date Posted:
April 24, 2019

Eastern Massachusetts



Educator--Old North Church & Historic Site


The Old North Church & Historic Site is interviewing for educators.

Part-time, seasonal positions are available. 

As an educator at Old North you will be part of a close-knit and enthusiastic team committed to providing visitors with an excellent and enjoyable experience. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Offering regularly-scheduled talks for groups of 10 to 200
  • Leading specialty tours and other in-depth educational experiences. 
  • Additional opportunities to develop special programming and to write for our history and news blogs.
  • Other duties as assigned (including but not limited to opening and closing the church, maintaining good order and cleanliness in the church and work areas, assisting with special events)


  • Passionate and enthusiastic about history

  • Confident in public speaking and working with visitors of all ages

  • Comfortable with crowd-management

  • Available to work some weekends, holidays, and special events

  • Experience in teaching, theater, or customer-service jobs a plus

  • Bilinguality a plus

  • Flexible, reliable, and a team-player

  • Must be comfortable and able to climb narrow and steep stairs and paths as well as conduct tours in confined spaces

How To Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to: jobs@oldnorth.com. Please reference the position for which you are applying in the subject line of your email. Interviews are ongoing.

Apply by:
May 15, 2019
$13 per hour
About this Organization:

300 Years. Two Lanterns. One Revolution.

The Old North Church, built in 1723, is famous for the two signal lanterns hung in its steeple at the instruction of Paul Revere. Those two lanterns sparked the American Revolution.

The Old North Church & Historic Site is located in the heart of Boston’s North End and includes the iconic church, the colonial-era Clough House, several gardens and courtyards, and a gift shop. The Old North Foundation manages the site and is responsible for preservation and educational programming. Each year, hundreds of thousands of visitors step into three hundred years of history at Old North while walking the Freedom Trail.