The Guide Staff’s primary purpose is to provide an excellent experience for visitors to our 18th century historic church by providing historical information and presentations, guiding 45-minute tours of the crypt and bell tower, making merchandise sales, and maintaining a friendly, helpful demeanor for all guests. Guides are encouraged to take initiative to develop or expand programming to meet the long-term goals of the Visitor’s Program. Some applicants may also be asked to participate in our annual Tory Stories costumed interpretive program.
Guides are responsible for opening and closing the building daily and taking appropriate steps to ensure safety and security of all people and objects within the building. Guides report any perceived problems with the building to the Program Director or Assistant Director in a timely manner. Other duties as assigned.
Graduated from or enrolled in a BA program in History, Education, Religion or related field;

  • Strong public speaking, customer service, or acting skills;
  • Demonstrated interest in history, education, and/or the museum education field;
  • Ability to work as part of a fast-paced team in a high-energy environment;
  • Some education or museum experience preferred;
  • Weekend availability preferred
How To Apply:
Please email resume and letter of interest to Lucas Griswold, Interim Director of the Visitor’s Program:
Apply by:
April 20, 2015
About this Organization:
Established as the first Church of England in New England in 1686, King’s Chapel has an active history stretching back over three hundred years in Boston. Today, King’s Chapel sits at the hart of Downtown Boston on the Freedom Trail, boasting a vibrant parish, a music program, and a Visitor’s Program that welcomes and educates nearly 200,000 guests each year.