Church Educators

As the public faces of the Old North, church educators must be friendly, outgoing, and engaging to our visitors (approximately 500,000 annually), ensuring a memorable and enjoyable experience for everyone. This position is perfect for those who love to share their passion for history with others and facilitate meaning-making for visitors in a historic site.


· Welcoming and providing excellent customer service to all visitors

· Leading brief presentations on the history of the church to groups as large as 200 people and as small as 10

· Facilitating thirty minute tours and additional educational programs

· Engaging various audiences (such as families and K-12 groups) with the history of Old North Church

· Providing information on the North End neighborhood and the city of Boston

· Opening and closing the church campus; keeping the church building clean

· Encouraging visitors to donate upon entrance and visit the gift shop upon exit

Church Educator Qualifications

· Excellent public speaking skills and a friendly smile

· Mature and outgoing personality; must love talking with people!

· Interest in education, history, or museums

· Outstanding customer service skills

· Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment and manage several tasks simultaneously

· Reliability and professional appearance
This position requires climbing steep stairs, navigating narrow passageways and working in indoor and outdoor New England weather conditions. Previous education, theater, and customer service experience a plus!

How To Apply:
To apply for the Church Educator position, please email your resume (no more than 2 pages) and letter of interest to Erin Wederbrook Yuskaitis, Director of Education, at education@oldnorth.comResumes will be accepted until Friday, March 15th. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Please no phone calls! The Old North is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply by:
March 17, 2016