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The Museum of the American Revolution is accepting applications for the following full-time and part-time positions.

Click on the position name to read the job description and submit your application to We appreciate the interest of all candidates; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Museum of the American Revolution is a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)3 organization and an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Leadership Giving Manager

The Leadership Giving Manager will manage the Museum of the American Revolution’s mid-level program of donors giving $1,000 or more annually to the Revolution Society. Reporting to the Vice President of Advancement, the position is responsible for achieving personal prospect activity and fundraising dollar goals and for meeting identified multi-year increases in prospects identified, cultivated and solicited as well as gifts and funds raised. To accomplish targets, the position also will be experienced in planning and conducting special events for purposes of cultivation, stewardship and recognition and also have a demonstrated knowledge of planned giving.

Program Facilitators

Program Facilitators will deliver innovative, engaging, inspirational and accessible programs for school, educator and youth group audiences. Reporting to the Manager of School Programs, these positions are responsible for implementing and helping to manage and evaluate daily and monthly programming, special events, and classes and workshops. Qualified candidates are flexible and creative in meeting the needs of guests; skilled at and committed to engaging visitors of all ages, interests and abilities in discussions of the American Revolution; and is devoted to the mission of the Museum. This is a part-time, nonexempt position. The work schedule will vary according to school tour bookings, and is highly seasonal. July – March: Monday-Friday, mornings and early afternoons, ranging from 5-20 hours/week. April – June: Monday – Saturday, 8:45 am – 5:45 pm, approximately 29 hours/week. There will also be occasional evening, weekend and holiday assignments.

Visitor Services Supervisor

The Visitor Services Supervisor will be responsible for the successful supervision of the daily operation of the Visitor Services department – leading the floor staff in providing a high level of customer service and satisfaction to ensure an excellent experience for all visitors; overseeing the selling of Museum admission; training floor staff; handling questions or complaints; maintaining accurate records; and overseeing financial controls for the box office sale and ticketing equipment. This position reports to the Director of Visitor Services.

Group Programs Coordinator

The Group Programs Coordinator is responsible for organizing the logistics for all school, family and public programs.  The Coordinator will schedule program staff and volunteers, coordinate the use of program spaces and equipment, and attend programs to ensure smooth implementation. The Coordinator will be responsible for organizing, developing, and creating monthly and daily staff schedules for full-time and on-call employees, (including six full-time gallery educators and the contract program facilitators) and volunteers. The Coordinator will make adjustments and recommendations to balance staffing levels with the volume of work required and budgetary restrictions, taking likely peaks and valleys of visitation and programming needs into consideration. The qualified candidate is skilled at scheduling, managing staff and volunteers, payroll procedures, and program logistics. 


The Museum is seeking an experienced, energetic and highly motivated Lead Porter who is responsible for cleaning and sanitizing offices, meeting rooms, restrooms, break room and all public areas of the Museum. The ideal candidate is detail oriented, flexible and must be available to work weekends and holidays. This position will be reporting to the Director of Building Operations. 

Visitor Services Associate

Visitor Service Assistants (VSAs) will be responsible for a successful guest experience in the Museum. They must provide a high level of customer service and satisfaction to ensure an excellent experience for all visitors and are responsible for a broad range of activities including selling tickets and memberships, overseeing access control, engaging with guests in the exhibit spaces, handling questions and complaints, monitor guest compliance with Museum safety/visitor protocols, and facilitating entry/egress from theaters. VSAs report to the Manager of Visitor Services. 

Security Guard

Provide routine security of all museum visitors, employees and museum property. Coordinate with other staff members. Monitor CCTV cameras and alarm systems inside security room. Interact with the business guests including badging, assist in connecting guest with staff person. Respond to emergency situations.  The Security Guard reports directly to the Chief of Security.