Facilities Maintainer I
This Position is responsible for maintaining an assigned group of classrooms, restrooms, offices and related Function areas and buildings in a clean and orderly manner to ensure a safe and clean work environment for our guests and staff.
Manager, Maritime Artisans Program
The care, maintenance and well-being of Mayflower II and associated watercraft are the primary focus of this position. The manager coordinates with the U.S. Coast Guard regarding ongoing repairs and inspection ensuring the ship continues to be seaworthy and safe to board and sail.
Wax Chandler and Soap Boiler (Candle and Soap Maker)
Work primarily in the Craft Center demonstrate the traditional crafts of wax chandlery andsoap making; produce candles and soap for use in our exhibits and for sale in the museum shops. Interpret appropriate historical information to the museum’s visitors.
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.
Guest Services Associate
The Plimoth Plantation Guest Services team provides world-class customer service as we attend to the needs of our museum guests and fellow staff. Ensure excellent customer service is provided to all of the Museum’s guests.
Assistant Museum Shop Supervisor
Assists supervisor in all museum shop activities. Provides friendly and welcoming presence in all public spaces within the museum.