Employment

EMPLOYMENT AT THE MUSEUM

The Brick Store Museum staff works as a team to provide the highest quality experiences for our visitors. Click on the button below that best suits your career interests with the Museum. Please continue to check this site as new opportunities arise throughout the year. The Brick Store Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Weekend Visitor Experience Associate

The Brick Store Museum seeks a highly organized and dependable Visitor Experience Associate for Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm – 4pm on both days. The Visitor Experience Associate will be responsible for greeting visitors to the Museum; overseeing admission and gift shop sales; keeping track of shop inventory; coordinating online event postings for the Museum; and opening/closing the Museum on both days. Secondary responsibilities may include assistance at weekend events, exhibition support, and other projects as assigned. This position may also include extended hours for special museum events. Candidates should have a strong interest in local history and art; and enjoy interacting with museum visitors of all ages. Experience in customer service, education, computer-based software and iPad point-of-sale systems is preferred. Training will be provided. Please send cover letter and resume to edirector@brickstoremuseum.org with “Visitor Experience Associate” in the subject line.

 

VOLUNTEER DOCENTS:

The Museum is always looking for excited and dedicated volunteers to educate our visitors and take part in the growth of the Museum. We depend on you! If you are interested in visitor services, helping with membership, leading special tours, developing new programs, and much more, please let us know by calling 207-985-4802, emailing edirector@brickstoremuseum.org, or visiting the Museum at 117 Main Street. We are incredibly grateful for your help and support!

Learn more about our Volunteer Program by clicking here.

INTERNSHIPS:

Founded in 1936 by artist Edith Barry, the Brick Store Museum is a history and art museum and archives housed within five 19th-century buildings in Kennebunk’s National Register Historic District. It is open year-round, and produces 5-6 exhibitions per year, with programs and special events for all learning levels and ages. The Museum houses about 70,000 items in its collections, which range from documents and photos to chests of drawers and portraits. Volunteers and interns are an integral part of what makes The Brick Store Museum function and they perform a broad range of tasks in a variety of departments across the Museum. All internships provide an introduction to standard museum practice and hands-on experience in museum/archive work.


Our internship positions are currently filled for Summer 2017. Please contact Cynthia Walker at cwalker@brickstoremuseum.org to discuss Fall or Winter internships.