Job Listing: Museum Interpreter - Morven Park

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Morven Park - Leesburg, VA

Closes - open until closed

Position Title - Museum Interpreter

Salary - $12/hour

Job Type - part-time

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Summary - As a member of the Preservation & History department, reporting to the Director of Preservation & History, the part-time Museum Interpreter position assists the Museum Services Coordinator in the daily operations of the museums at Morven Park. The Morven Park museums are open Fridays – Mondays, 9:45am – 4:15pm from March through early November; and from 9:45am – 3:15pm in late November and December. The part-time Museum Interpreter will be expected to work a minimum of eight (8) shifts per month when the museums are open. There will be no days available during January and February. 

Job Responsibilities -

  • Assist with museum opening and closing procedures.
  • Welcome visitors in the Visitor Center and provide information about Morven Park.
  • Sell tour tickets, Morven Park memberships, and gift shop items.
  • Lead visitors on a guided 45-minute tour through the Davis Mansion.
  • Complete light cleaning as required to create a welcoming space for visitors. 

Qualifications -

  • Excellent public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Desire and ability to work with visitors of all ages and backgrounds.
  • Passion for sharing history.
  • Strong customer service skills.
  • Knowledge of early 20th century Virginia history a plus, but not required.
  • Previous experience in the field of history, museums, or teaching are helpful but not required.
  • Position requires frequent sitting, standing, climbing stairs, and walking for extended periods.

Training on the historic period, tour information, museum collections, and the gift shop sales system will be provided.

About Morven Park: Morven Park is a non-profit 1,000-acre historic property in Loudoun County, Virginia, home to the Davis Mansion, a robust civics education program, and a world-class equestrian center. Morven Park’s Preservation & History department is responsible for the care, preservation, and interpretation of the Davis Mansion. To learn more, visit

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