Colonial Farm Artisan
Care for the Museum’s Rare Breeds animals and assist in the daily operations of Plimoth Plantation’s Farm Program. Duties include Colonial and modern agricultural exhibits, and occasional special programs and exhibits for offsite audiences as well as Museum guests visiting the Nye Barn and Maxwell Agricultural Center.
Master Artisan-Historic Baking Trades
A genuine interest in creating artisanal breads based on historical recipes is a key ingredient in this job. The focus of the position is baking bread while engaging Museum guests with the history and methods of bread-baking as it relates to 17th-century England and New England. Use 17th-century and other traditional, historical or regional recipes to make small batches of bread and other baked goods, shaped by hand and baked in an indoor wood-fired oven. Provide exceptional quality artisan baked goods for sale in our shops. The Baker works closely with the Retail Manager to ensure the success of the Bakery. Responsible to perform tasks related to all daily operations of the Bakery.
Plimoth Grist Mill Supervisor
The position involves support and assistance for the Program Manager in the daily operations at a busy historic site in downtown Plymouth that includes operating a 17th-century mill in a recreated mill building, grinding grain to produce flour and meal and overseeing the interpretation of the mill. It also involves assistance in planning, scheduling, and managing the daily milling exhibit at the Mill. The Assistant Program Manager is expected to create a positive and welcoming atmosphere at all times for Museum guests, staff and volunteers.
Historic Arts and Trades Artisan
This position assists in building the houses, barns, and many other reproductions in Plimoth Plantation’s 17th-Century English Village. The position also helps to maintain the structures and landscape of the museum’s re-created village. The individual uses historically appropriate techniques while interpreting to our guests as a first person role-player.