Tudor Place

Employment and Internships

Employment

Facilities Technician - Department of Buildings, Gardens & Grounds

The Facilities Technician helps manage varied facilities maintenance tasks aimed at upholding the appearance, functionality, safety, and long-term preservation of the 1816 National Historic Landmark house and other structures on the property. Responsibilities include monitoring and overseeing general maintenance and repairs of structures and systems, including three historic buildings, offices, garden structures and fences; mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems; and garden and office furniture. Position reports to the Director of Buildings, Gardens & Grounds. For further details and application procedures, view position description.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Seasonal Gardener (part-time) - Department of Buildings, Gardens & Grounds

The seasonal gardener works with staff to care for the historic 5½-acre garden, undertake repairs and maintenance, and enter plants into the collections database program IrisBG. This position runs June-November, 2017, 21 hours/week, with potential for additional future employment. Requirements knowledge of basic horticultural techniques and an ability to follow directions and work outdoors in varied conditions -- a prime opportunity for an individual looking to expand a career in horticulture and historic gardening. For further details and application procedures, view position description.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Internships

Summer Internship - Collections Management (Stipend Available)

The Tudor Place curatorial department seeks a Collections Intern to work 28-35 hours/week June-July 2017. Tasks will include object photography, inventory, and numbering, data entry in Past Perfect, and routine care of the museum collection and exhibit spaces. Ideal candidates will be currently or recently in a graduate program in museum studies or related areas. A stipend of $1,200 is offered. Apply by April 15, 2017. See Internship Description for more.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Summer Internship - Collections - Decorative Arts (Stipend Available)

The Tudor Place curatorial department seeks a Collections Intern to work 28-35 hours/week June-July 2017. Tasks will include object research, photography, work in catalog databases, and assisting the curator with a new exhibit. Ideal candidates will be currently or recently in a graduate program in related areas, with knowledge of American and European fine and decorative arts and experience in object handling. A stipend of $1,200 is offered. Apply by April 15, 2017. See Internship Description for more.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Fall Internships - Education and Visitor Services

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Winter 2017 Internship - Collections Management (Stipend Available)

The Tudor Place curatorial department seeks a Collections Intern to work approximately 260 hours from January 2017 through the spring semester. Tasks will include object photography, inventory, and numbering, data entry in Past Perfect, and routine care of the museum collection and exhibit spaces. Participation in the cleaning and conservation project throughout January - involving the full de-installation, cleaning, and re-installation of several spaces in the museum - is also an essential internship function. The ideal candidate will be a graduate student in museum studies desiring experience in object handling, preventive conservation, and cataloguing. A stipend of $1,200 is offered. Apply by November 21, 2016. See Internship Description for more.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Internship - Development & Marketing

Tudor Place seeks an intern, January-May 2017, to assist the Development Director with tasks including planning museum events, promoting initiatives and programs (including through social media), and other tasks vital to fundraising, marketing, and communications. Includes concrete responsibilities as part of a passionate and dedicated team in a small organization where the contributions of every member counts. Desired schedule is four weekdays, approximately 28 hours, per week for a summer/semester duration to be discussed. For further details and application procedures, view position description.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted.