home news events jobs education resources  
 
Job Links
Historic Arts and Trades Artisan






AddThis Social Bookmark Button
AddThis Feed Button

Posted: 04/22/2014

Employer
Plimoth Plantation
Historic Arts and Trades Department

Plimoth Plantation Inc. is a living history museum representing the contact between Wampanoag peoples and early English settlers. Exhibit sites include the 1627 English Village reproduction, Wampanoag Homesite reproduction, Mayflower II reproduction, Crafts Center, and Plimoth Grist Mill.


Position
Historic Arts and Trades Artisan
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Plymouth, MA
Uni
Details
$ Negotiable
 

Historic Arts and Trades Artisans are responsible for researching, building, and maintaining the 1627 English Village exhibit at Plimoth Plantation. This includes accurate reproduction of fortifications, houses, auxiliary structures and period hand tools and machines. Work is done during the period between march and december as first-person roleplayer dressed in period appropriate clothing (provided by Plimoth Plantation) and using period hand-tools and techniques. Limited use of power tools and equipment throughout the year, although more prominently from december through to march. Ideal candidate posseses previous hand-tool experience.  

For additional information and a complete listing of duties and responsibilities please refer to document found at the URL below: 

http://www.plimoth.org/sites/default/files/wysiwyg-images/jdhistoric%20arts%20and%20trades%20artisan_0.pdf

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Please Apply through our online application at the following URL: http://www.plimoth.org/about-us/jobs/online-job-application Or Via mail at: ATTN: Historic Arts and Trades Dept. Plimoth Plantation 137 Warren Ave. Plymouth, MA 02360
Stephen Kemmett
Phone: 781-640-3261
ADDRESS
137 Warren Ave.
plymouth, MA 02360
Uni

Other Recent Listings

Petersburg, VA
posted 11/20/17
Crownsville, MD
posted 11/17/17
Austin, TX
posted 11/16/17
Fairfax, VA
posted 11/16/17
Savannah, GA
posted 11/16/17
New York, NY
posted 11/16/17
Los Angeles, CA
posted 11/15/17
Grandview, MO
posted 11/15/17
   

 

     

PreserveNet is maintained by Cornell University students with funding from the
National Council for Preservation Education.

home | news | events | jobs | education | resources | Site Map | Contact Us