Manager of Historical Clothing and Textiles
Oversee historical clothing and textiles interpretation and production, managing daily operations, including budgeting, ordering and processing of supplies, interdepartmental communication, and scheduling.
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.
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.
Associate Director of Development
Assists Reporting to the Director of Development, the Associate Director of Development holds primary responsibility for the organization, planning, and operation of Plimoth Plantation’s membership program as well as oversight and management of the development department’s donor database.This position oversees all aspects of managing Museum membership including developing strategies to acquire new members and increase member renewals. This position is responsible for maintaining the overall accuracy and usability of constituent information in the Raiser’s Edge database; developing protocols for detailed reporting and processing philanthropic gifts, memberships, and event transactions; performing analysis and segmentation of constituent information; and regularly providing financial reports to management.
The Associate Director also assists in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of private gifts from individuals, corporations and/or foundations. This individual may also be requested to represent the Director of Development in his/her absence.
Institutional Giving Manager
The Institutional Giving Manager has direct responsibility for managing and coordinating all aspects of Plimoth Plantation’s programs for generating significant funds from foundation, corporate and government sources. S/he is charged with managing a high volume of grant proposals and reports, demonstrating initiative at all stages of the funding cycle, from research and identification, to cultivation, to solicitation, to stewardship, in order to secure both unrestricted and programmatic support.
Reporting to the Director of Development, the Institutional Giving Manager works closely with the members of the executive and program staff of the Museum to develop proposal content and stay abreast of anticipated fundable projects. S/he also works with Board members to foster their participation in the development process.
Maintain and care for Rare Breed Animals of Plantation. Assist in daily operation of the museum’s Farm Program, including colonial and modern agricultural exhibits, and occasional special programs and exhibits for audiences offsite, as well as at the museum