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Historic Richmond Town was founded as the Staten Island Historical Society in 1856. The mission is to create opportunities for the public to explore the diversity of the American experience, especially that of Staten Island and its neighboring communities from the colonial period to the present. It's a remarkable living history town and museum complex with four sites. Not being fixed to a specific time period, famous event or person makes us unique in that we can interpret the rich, diverse cultural tapestry of American life at any point in our history. Through re-created environments, "living history" demonstrations, permanent and changing gallery exhibitions, and special celebrations it chronicles the growth of a new world settlement into a big city suburb – in many ways a microcosm of American life.

Please browse the opportunities listed below. If you do not find listings that match your resume, you may still send your information to info@historicrichmondtown.org. If there's a future need to fill a part time or full time position we will consult our resume file.


EVENT COORDINATOR

The Special Event Coordinator reports to the Communication & Special Events Manager and works closely with the special events associates in assisting with the planning and implementing of a variety of mission relevant events and programming.


EVENT ASSOCIATE

The Special Events Associate is a vital member of the event team. They will report to the Communication & Special Events Manager and work closely with the Special Events Coordinator to implement a variety of tasks. The Events Associate highlights strong customer service skills, patience and ability to work well under pressure.


Historical Interpreter

Historic Richmond Town seeks an Interpreter to provide mission focused interactive experiences for school children. Programs are interdisciplinary and bring together history, art, science and technology; they provide educational interpretation of the site to all visitors. The field trips to the site use the Museum’s exhibitions and classrooms to provide content-rich programs for a wide ranging audience. Interpreters will participate in trainings and teach in the historic houses.