Museum Farm Educator in Massachusetts

Gore Place

This position is for a Museum Farm Educator who will be responsible for developing and delivering interpretive information about the Gore farm and early New England farming, focusing on the relationship between the land and the people at Gore Place. Candidates should be interested in early farming in New England. Primary responsibilities include developing and leading adult and family programs outdoors; training farm education staff and volunteers; researching and writing farm-focused articles for our semi-annual newsletter and social media; and, participating in museum tours, family education and events. The position can be full time or part time.

This position requires at least a college diploma or equivalent; familiarity with informal education techniques; good oral, written, interpersonal, organizational and computer skills; comfortable meeting and speaking with visitors; enjoying the outdoors and being near animals; and being able to climb stairs, to work weekends and some holidays.

How To Apply:
Send a cover letter, resume, and 3 references with contact information to

Apply by:
September 25, 2023

$45,000 / Per year

About this Organization:

Gore Place is the Federal period country estate of Christopher and Rebecca Gore in Waltham and Watertown, MA. The elegantly furnished Gore mansion has been called “The Monticello of the North” and architectural historians consider it to be the most significant Federal Period mansion in New England. Gore Place is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.