Do you want to be part of an established and exciting non-profit organization that helps to educate and entertain hundreds of thousands of guests each year? Do you have a passion for history and for meeting new people? If you do, then Plimoth Patuxet Museums—one of America’s great history museums—may be the right place for you.
Teamwork can be summed up in five short words...We believe in each other
Plimoth Patuxet Museums chooses exceptional individuals who have the motivation and spirit, the energy and the skills to be part of a wonderful team – both as employees and volunteers. The Museum, established in 1947, is well-known and admired as a unique destination for its thought-provoking, entertaining, and educational living history programs and exhibits.
In compliance with the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule which states that group health plans and health insurance issuers must publish detailed pricing information in three separate machine-readable files (MRFs), Plimoth Patuxet Museums in conjunction with our health plan administrator, HPI, is complying with this act by disclosing price and cost-sharing information to participants, beneficiaries, and enrollees through the link below.
- Retail Buyer
The Buyer is a goal-oriented self-starter; analytical, creative, comfortable working in a highly collaborative team, and passionate about the Museum’s educational mission and retail.
- Per Diem Museum Educator
Plimoth Patuxet Museums is looking for charismatic per diem Museum Educators to introduce Plimoth Patuxet’s award-winning living history sites to a variety of public and private audiences from K12 schools to youth, family, and adult travel groups.
The Potter supplies the Museum’s gift shops and historical sites with handmade 17th-century reproduction pottery.
- Guest Services Associate
The Guest Services Associate provides world-class customer service, serving as a brand ambassador, while attending to the needs of our museum guests and fellow staff.
- Indigenous Program Associate
Plimoth Patuxet Museums seeks creative, outgoing, members of Indigenous communities who are interested in sharing knowledge and fostering public understanding of the history, heritage culture and lifeways of Indigenous communities of the Northeast.