Hall of Human Life Program Presenter

Museum of Science, Boston

The Hall of Human Life Program Presenter will assist the other Interpretation staff in the Hall of Human Life in providing hands-on, inquiry and design-based learning experiences for Museum visitors. Help visitors explore topics of human biology related to the HHL by providing guidance with exhibit components and offering access to tools and props that will enhance their experience and help them make meaningful connections. Engage visitors in investigations that encourage them to use the skills of scientific inquiry. Assist in the daily operation of the Interpreter Program including training, supervising, and mentoring of the volunteers.

  • Oversee, schedule and train approximately 5-8 Volunteers per shift, two shifts/day for a minimum of 104 shifts/year.
  • Conduct an observational review every 2 months to ensure that volunteers are able to successfully speak on topics related to the HHL exhibit.


The position is temporary, part-time, 7 hours/week, on Saturdays, from 9:00am – 5:00pm. This position may have the oppportunity to work Friday, depending on needs. The duration of this position is one (1) year.

Manager, Hall of Human Life

Non-Exempt (Hourly). Commensurate with experience.

Free parking in the Museum garage, T accessibility, free Exhibit Halls admission and Omni/Planetarium shows, free Duck Tours, discounts in the Museum store and cafe, discounted movie passes, retirement & savings plan.

No phone inquiries, please. Qualified applicants will be contacted within two to four weeks of initial application. The Museum of Science is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


  • Post high school course work, technical degree, associates degree or business certificate preferred.
  • Six (6) months or more of relevant experience.
  • Human biology experience preferred.
How To Apply:
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.
Apply by:
April 19, 2016