Hancock Shaker Village offers a great atmosphere, employee discounts and skills training. Depending on your area of interest — customer service, historical, interpretation, events, behind-the-scenes work — there are enjoyable projects to do. Training is provided.
Hancock Shaker Village hires seasonal museum staff April – October.
Farm/Garden Staff - Agricultural experience a plus, hands on livestock and garden care skills. Present and interpret the farm and gardens for our adult and children visitors.
Interpreters –Theatre/Performing Arts experience a plus to bring the Shaker story to life. Engage a diverse audience of visitors with educational and interpretive programming, including talks, tours, hands-on demonstrations and more. Shaker history training provided.
Visitor Service Staff- Combined museum store/admissions sales points, high energy atmosphere, computer and retail experience needed. E-commerce experiences a plus.
All applicants must be friendly, enjoy working with the public, have excellent customer service skills, be a team player – weekends are a must. Please send resume to: Hancock Shaker Village, Leslie Pizani, P.O. Box 927, Pittsfield, MA 01202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hancock Shaker Village is always looking for interns! Would you like to transcribe an original manuscript? How about learning how to care for and catalogue artifacts? Or perhaps you would like to work with children in our hands-on Discovery Room?
These are just some of the project possibilities for interns at Hancock Shaker Village. We offer supervised, structured internships for anyone interested in the museum profession. Please contact Lesley Herzberg, Curator at 413.443.0188 x244 or Todd Burdick, Director of Interpretation and Public Programming at 413.443.0188 x216 for more information.
Please send resumé to:
Hancock Shaker Village, Leslie Pizani, P.O. Box 927, Pittsfield, MA 01202 or email: email@example.com