Old North Church & Historic Site

193 Salem Street
Boston, MA 02113

Date Posted:
February 02, 2020

Eastern Massachusetts



Gift Shop Supervisor

The Old North Church located in Boston's North End is seeking a part time shop supervisor. This individual would work closely with the Director of Retail /Operations , Shop manager and existing staff in creating a wonderful shopping experience for the guests of the Old North. The shop supervisor would be responsible for opening and closing the store in the Managers absence.  In addition, this individual would work closely with the Visitor Services Manager and be fully trained on campus admission sales. Other responsibilities would include processing mail orders, receiving inventory,greeting customers, running the cash register, tagging and processing inventory and general shop upkeep.  Weekend availability and occasional weeknights required.
  • Previous supervisory experience required
  • Cash Handling experience a must! 
  • POS experience
  • Retail experience required
  • Superb customer service skills 
  • Fast learner
  • Ability to work well in a very fast paced environment. 
  • Love of history a bonus. 
  • Familiar with Boston and the surrounding areas
This position is available now. Limited hours in January and February, but the intention would be to train someone to be up and running by March.  Hours will increase in March.
How To Apply:
Please apply via e-mail to jobs@oldnorth.com.  No phone calls please.  Please include the position you are applying for in the subject line
Apply by:
February 15, 2020
15.50 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.