Historic Interpreter (living history educator) 
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Listing No. 87422 posted on 12 Jan (Expires on 11 Feb)

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Historic St. Mary’s City Museum, a museum of living history and archaeology, located on the site of Maryland’s first capitol (1634 – 1695) seek applicants for the position of Living History Interpreter:

Living History Interpreter (note: new hourly pay rate)

Details: 

·         Full-time and part-time, seasonal positions, from early March through November, Saturdays and some Sundays in the summer included. 

·         Requires working in uniform or 17th -century costume (provided). 

·         Opportunity to teach history in an outdoor classroom at one or more of the following sites:  17th -century farm, a square-rigged ship, a Native American village, and the reconstructed town center at Maryland’s 1 st capital. 

·         Must be willing to learn 17th -century skills and have excellent communication skills. 

·         Work schedule can vary from 14 to 35 hours per week.

·         All positions are paid starting at $16.95/hour and include paid training.  

·         These positions are open until filled. 

Submit cover letter and resume to:

Aaron.meisinger@maryland.gov

Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Listing No.
  • 87422
  • Company Name
  • Historic St. Mary's City
Employment Sector State Government
Job Field Education
Type of Position part-time temporary
Education Required High School
Years of Experience Required 0
Wage/Salary 16.95
Start Date Tuesday, February 28, 2023
  • County
  • St. Mary's County
  • City
  • St. Mary's City
Advertiser: abmeisinger
Member Since: May 8, 2015
  240-895-4978
  St. Marys City, Maryland
  Visit My Web Site
  AaronM[at]digshistory.org

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