America’s Black Holocaust Museum is Now Hiring!


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America’s Black Holocaust Museum is hiring a Visitor’s Services Specialist (part-time). This position will be for 20 – 25 hours per week with some weekends.

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • High School Degree or equivalent
  • Prior Customer Service experience preferably in a museum or attraction setting

Also preferred: 

  • Able to work with technology 
  • Be highly organized
  • Able to problem solve
  • Timely
  • Professional, polished, and positive attitude and demeanor
  • Ability to communicate effectively and courteously with people verbally and in writing. 
  • Ability to work harmoniously with a team
  • Demonstrated ability to take initiative and work independently
  • Ability to sit and stand throughout the day for extended periods of time
  • Ability to lift up to 30 lbs

Click here for more details.

Email us to apply.

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