Historic Beverly

117 Cabot Street
Beverly, MA 01915

Date Posted:
March 06, 2020

Eastern Massachusetts



Membership Coordinator


Are you looking to build your career in museum development? Join Historic Beverly as our membership coordinator. We’re looking for someone creative and dynamic to help us grow.

The membership coordinator will promote the benefits of membership to visitors and residents. Activities include maintaining accurate member records, preparing membership mailings and providing excellent customer service to current and potential members. Additionally the membership coordinator will analyze member activity and make recommendations to increase acquisition and retention, as well as implementing marketing campaigns to grow membership sales opportunities. Ideal candidate will have two to four years of membership experience in a museum or historic site. Flexible schedule of 15-18 hours/weekly to start;monthly evening/weekend events . Starting wage is $15/hour with increase in 6 months.



Excellent data entry skills with high accuracy and meticulous attention to detail·

Expert level knowledge in Microsoft Excel and Word ·

Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

Excellent customer service skills

Able to work independently and support senior staff and trustees

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Donorperfect or other CRM software experience ·

Visitor/customer service experience

How To Apply:

Please send cover letter, resume, and short writing sample to sgoganian@historicbeverly.net with the subject line Membership position

Apply by:
March 15, 2020
$15/hour to start
About this Organization:

Historic Beverly’s mission is to share Beverly’s history with everyone through our collections which encompass 3 houses, 5 centuries and 1000s of stories

We will accomplish this mission by:

1. Collecting and Preserving Beverly’s History:

so we can share it through exhibits, research, educational programs, publications, and tours

2. Inspiring the Community to engage with history:

so we can strengthen our community outreach and develop a comprehensive education program that embraces diversity, highlights cultural heritage, and informs Beverly's future

3. Making History Accessible for all:

so we can improve handicap accessibility and increase public access to our collections and houses using 21st century methods such as our online collection, and social media platforms