all group reservation requests and follow-up administration, including adding
reservations to internal calendars, processing confirmations and payments, and
customer service over phone and email. Take lead on developing e-news campaigns
directed to teachers. Manage correspondence and scheduling for collaborations
involving school programs and teacher professional development. Lead youth and
adult group educational programs on site, including a short history talk and
our popular, interactive “Tea is Brewing” Tea Tax Debate program, and possibly facilitate
a limited number of pre-visit programs in Boston Public School classrooms. Provide
administrative support for planning of Annual Boston Tea Party Reenactment, and
as needed for lecture series and other public programs.
hrs/wk, Tuesday-Friday between 9 am and 5 pm, exact hours to be arranged but
morning availability is essential. This is a temporary, part-time, non-exempt
position, August or September 2019 through December 2019, with a possibility of
extension into 2020.
motivated, detail-oriented self-starter with the initiative to ensure that tasks
are brought to completion with minimal supervision. Excellent customer service
skills in person, over the phone, and in email correspondence. Positive
outlook, sense of humor, flexibility with the ability to adapt quickly to
changing circumstances, and a collaborative approach to problem solving.
Experience working with youth and adults in a facilitation or teaching
capacity, preferably in museums or other nonformal learning environments. Strong
writing skills, computer literacy and competence with Microsoft Office. Interest
in history; enthusiasm about ongoing learning and about sharing knowledge with
colleagues and the public.
Experience with Blackbaud Altru, Constant Contact, or other database systems.
Experience working at museums or historic sites. Bachelor’s degree, with
coursework in American History, American Studies, or related fields.
How To Apply:
send cover letter and resume to email@example.com
August 18, 2019
$18-$20/hr, depending on experience
About this Organization:
Famed as the place where the Boston Tea Party began, today the Old South Meeting House is a busy museum, treasured National Historic Landmark and an active gathering place for civic dialogue and free expression in the heart of downtown Boston. Each year more than 85,000 children, parents, teachers, visitors and citizens visit and participate in a full spectrum of programs. For more information please visit www.osmh.org