This position operates the admissions desk at the Pratt Museum and works as part of a dynamic team to
maximize the quality of the Museum’s visitor experience.
1. Work at the front desk. Work includes but is not limited to selling admissions to visitors,
boosting membership sales and donations, responding to visitor inquiries in person or by
phone, directing inquiries to appropriate staff, operating square register, and doing daily
reconciliations and selling merchandise.
2 Keep a balanced till and provide accurate daily record keeping of admissions and sales.
3. Provide stellar customer service by connecting with visitors and sharing the mission of the
4. Maintain effective and positive communication with Museum staff, volunteers, members,
5. May assist in special projects as assigned to Visitor Services staff, such as bulk mailings and
filings. May assist in special events at the museum.
6. Other duties as assigned.
Must be willing and able to work weekends (Saturday and Sunday), (rare) evenings, and holidays.
Education & Work Experience: Minimum two years of experience in customer service preferred but not
required. Training and experience in cultural and/or natural history interpretation a plus.
Skills/Abilities: Strong skills in problem-solving; credit card, and cash register skills preferred but can be
taught; ability to work with the public; and ability to work independently are essential. Should be able to
work as a collaborative team member with people of all ages and skill levels (ideally, with flexibility and
humor); willingness to gain knowledge of and enthusiasm for the cultural and natural history of the
region and a desire to communicate this to the general public; ability to conduct business in a
professional manner; concern for care and maintenance of exhibits and collections in the galleries.
Submit resume and letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Homer, Alaska
Among the most splendid places on earth! Homer is a charming, coastal town overlooking Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet on the southern Kenai Peninsula, about a 4.5-hour drive south of Anchorage. It has a strong artistic community and local talent along with abundant outdoor activities at your fingertips. People who live here are very invested in the community and truly want to be here. Snow-capped mountains, long sandy beaches, abundant wildlife- we have it all! If practicing veterinary medicine with a great team in one of the most splendid places on earth sounds attractive to you, please send us your resume! We look forward to meeting you!