Trinity Church, Boston

206 Clarendon StCopley Square
Boston, MA 02116
www.trinitychurchboston.org
info@trinitychurchboston.org

Date Posted:
August 29, 2017

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Retail/Sales/Waitstaff

Type:
Part-Time

Visitor Services Associate

Description:
Do you love helping people and learning new things? Would you enjoy working in the heart of Boston at a National Historic Landmark? Trinity Church is looking for part time Visitor Services Associates. Associates play a key role in providing a safe, fulfilling experience for visitors. As the first face visitors to Trinity encounter, Associates must be able to keep a positive, inviting attitude, and must be prepared to answer visitor questions related to Boston and Trinity. Responsibilities include greeting visitors, answering questions and providing outstanding customer service behind the register when selling tour tickets and merchandise. Trinity Church is a National Historic Landmark and one of the most important buildings in the history of American architecture.
Qualifications:
Seeking someone with a flexible schedule to fill a  part time position up to 19 hours weekly. The Visitor Service Center is open Tuesday through Sunday and shift hours available are 9:30am-5:00pm or 11:00am to 5:00pm. Abilility to speak multiple languages a plus!
Cash Handling experience a must! Applicants must have superb customer service skills as well as the ability to work confidently and accurately in a very fast paced environment. It is essential that you are self motivated and willing to take the initiative to get the job done. Ability to work well with other staff members and comfortable enough to work alone when required. Love of art and architecture as well as knowledge of the Boston area a plus! 
How To Apply:
Please mail resume to:Cynthia Staples, Trinity Church, 206 Clarendon St., Boston 02116 or email cynthiastaples@hotmail.com
Apply by:
September 15, 2017
Salary:
$11.00 hrly
About this Organization:
Trinity Church in the City of Boston was founded in 1733 and remains an active parish. Trinity was the first major work of architect Henry Hobson Richardson, is designated a National Historic Landmark, and possesses an extraordinary number of important decorative and fine art elements, including murals and stained glass windows by John La Farge.