Historic Interpreter I

Do you love history? Do you thrive on public speaking and public service? Interested in both museum and historic site experience? Join the Duke Homestead team!

The Historic Interpreter I at Duke Homestead works 12-20 hours per week primarily focused on visitor services and educational programming. Duties include greeting visitors, giving guided tours to the public, operating the gift shop, and delivering school programs. The person in this position will also help with special events and site projects as necessary. The working schedule is flexible, but requires daytime availability Tuesday-Saturday and occasional evening hours.

We seek someone with a background in history, public history, and/or other related fields with customer service and public speaking experience. Job-specific training will be provided.

Vacancy open until June 20th  


How to Apply:

To apply for this position submit the following materials to Julia Rogers at julia.rogers@ncdcr.gov:  

  1. Resume/CV
  2. A cover letter
  3. A completed NC PD 107 application form
  4. Two references (preferably one academic and one professional)

Once these materials have been received, a staff member will contact you to discuss the position further.