Th Information Booth on the Washinton Street Mall sells tickets and helps ou plan your day.

MAC’s staffing needs are as varied as its tours and activities. Tour guides, trolley drivers, and visitor service associates interact with our visitors to tell the colorful stories of our history; our office staff handles ticketing and accounting duties, and a busy staff takes care of our marketing, communications and special events needs. Retail and restaurant staff handle our museum shops and the Carriage House Tearoom & Café, and maintenance and grounds upkeep is an ongoing task.


Whether you’re seeking employment or wish to fill some hours with productive and fulfilling tasks as a volunteer, MAC could be your new home!

We’re Hiring!

Museum Educators

Knowledgeable and enthusiastic presenters wanted for outreach to classrooms, senior centers, libraries, and civic groups.

Ability to travel and to use a computer is a plus. 



Retail Department

Inventory Person

Part-time; morning shift position. Must be able to lift heavy boxes up to 40lbs, climb stairs and have a valid driver’s license.



Self-Guided Tour Docent

Work in the Physick House Museum, answers questions about the house, grounds, family and artifacts of the Emlen Physick Estate for visitors taking the Self-Guided and Audio Tours of the Estate; in addition to providing excellent customer service, contributing to the visitor’s overall experience.   Educators and Historians or similar background preferable



Trolley Drivers

Seeking trolley drivers, part time primarily for evening and weekend work.  Friendly, enjoyable atmosphere.  Must have NJ CDL with passenger endorsement. 



World War II Lookout

Tower Observers

Direct and assist visitors who visit the site, interpret history of the tower; enforce tower rules.  Knowledge of the tower, its purpose and surrounding areas required; able to climb stairs.  History & Military experience preferable. 



EEO-A/A.  Minority and women applicants are encouraged to apply.

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