Plimoth Patuxet Museums

PO Box 1620
Plymouth, MA 02362
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Date Posted:
June 22, 2021

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Artistic/Programming

Type:
Full-Time

Indigenous Program Associates

Description:

Plimoth Patuxet Museums seeks creative, outgoing, members of Indigenous communities who are interested in sharing knowledge and fostering public understanding of the history, heritage culture and lifeways of Indigenous communities of the Northeast. The focus is on the 17th-century, but also includes pre-contact as well as history and culture beyond the 17th century.

The Indigenous Program Associate (IPA) provides information and leads programs onsite and online for the Museum’s guests. Speaking from a modern perspective, the IPA gives timed, scheduled programs, talks and tours. The goal is to deliver a high quality, engaging, interactive and educational experience to guests. With a new Indigenous program building set to break ground in the coming months, we are seeking people who are inspired by the idea of helping to shape the future of the Museum’s Indigenous programs and exhibits.
Qualifications:
A high school diploma or equivalent required. BA/BS in a related field such as Indigenous Studies, Education or History is preferred. Interest in and at least two years of experience working with the public in some capacity is essential. Experience working with children in a professional educational setting (school or club, etc.) is strongly preferred.
How To Apply:

To apply please send cover letter and resume to Megan Sharpe atmsharpe@plimoth.org. For a more detailed job description please visit the careers page atwww.plimoth.org.


Apply by:
June 30, 2021
Salary:
17.00
About this Organization:
One of America’s foremost living history museums and an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the Plimoth Patuxet Museums hosts more than 350,000 visitors from around the world each year. Plimoth offers powerful personal encounters with history built on thorough research about the Indigenous People of southeastern Massachusetts and the Colonial English community in the 1600s. In addition to its most famous exhibits, historically accurate recreations of a 1627 English Village, the Mayflower II, and a Wampanoag Homesite, Plimoth Grist Mill, the museum offers an array of year-round educational programs.