193 Salem Street
Boston, MA 02113
Date Posted: February 17, 2020
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
The Old North Church and Historic Site is currently interviewing for Visitor Services Representatives to staff our ticket/admission kiosks. Part-time seasonal positions are available. Applicants must be available to work through the end of November. Weekend availability required.
As a Visitor Services Representative, you will be part of a close-knit and enthusiastic team committed to providing visitors with an excellent experience. You will welcome visitors from around the world, offer top notch customer service, and sell tickets for entry into the church and living history programs. As part of the admission team, you will be the first point of contact, setting the tone for our visitor’s experience.
Cash Handling Experience a must.
Proficient with computers.
Knowledge of the Boston area.
Ticketing experience preferred.
Strong organizational skills.
Attention to detail a must.
Clean employment record.
Bilingual abilities a plus.
300 Years. Two Lanterns. One Revolution.
The Old North Church, built in 1723, is famous for the two signal lanterns hung in its steeple at the instruction of Paul Revere. Those two lanterns sparked the American Revolution.
The Old North Church & Historic Site is located in the heart of Boston’s North End and includes the iconic church, the colonial-era Clough House, several gardens and courtyards, and a gift shop. The Old North Foundation manages the site and is responsible for preservation and educational programming. Each year, hundreds of thousands of visitors step into three hundred years of history at Old North while walking the Freedom Trail.
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