Revolutionary Spaces is an equal opportunity employer. We center our work on the following values:
- Inclusion: We are dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion and ensuring accessibility on multiple dimensions.
- Relevance: We are dedicated to creatively linking lessons of the past with the interests and concerns of Boston’s diverse communities today.
- Boldness of thought: We address challenging topics and promote understanding in response to controversy.
- Engagement: We encourage people to engage, add their voices to today’s debates, and collaborate with others to discover new ways of thinking.
Retail Staff <– Click here to read the full job description.
Visitor Experience Staff <– Click here to read the full job description.
Event Day Staff <– Click here to read the full job description.
Development Manager <– Click here to read the full job description.
- The Development Manager works with our current and prospective donors to foster lasting relationships between the organization and our constituents, promoting positive attitudes toward giving. The position works closely with the Director of Development to manage the organization’s annual and institutional giving programs. In addition, this position will also work closely with the Campaign Manager to help the organization achieve its comprehensive campaign goal. This person is a member of the development team that currently includes: The Director of Development and Campaign Manager.
Collections Manager & Registrar <– Click here to read the full job description.
- The Collections Manager & Registrar is responsible for the care of Revolutionary Spaces’ artifact, archives and library collections. Reporting to the EVP of Museum Experience, this role will play a key role in helping to integrate and set long-term direction for the care of the collection, which combines the holdings of the Bostonian Society and the Old South Association, our predecessor organizations that were among the first 19th century historic preservation organizations.The baseline responsibilities of the position include overseeing the documentation, storage, preservation, handling, and responsible display of objects, as well as managing outside requests for research access and loans. A major priority for this position is to create the high level of intellectual control necessary to pursue the long-term reshaping of the collection to better align with the new institution’s mission. An entrepreneurial mindset, excellent project management skills, and an ability to work both independently and in a team setting are essential.
Public Programs Manager <– Click here to read the full job description.
- The Public Programs Manager helps to develop our public programming season, design individual programs, and build partnerships. Reporting to the EVP of Museum Experience, this role acts as an organizational hub that coordinates activities across the development, events, marketing and visitor experience departments to ensure our public programming is cohesive and compelling. Over the next two years, a central part of the Public Program Manager’s work will be to manage Revolutionary Spaces’ efforts to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party in 2023. Our goal is to create an arc of inclusive programming that inspires people to find new meaning in this pivotal moment of collective protest that helped spark the American Revolution.