The Preservationist is responsible for coordinating, supervising, and implementing preservation and conservation work on monuments and built structures. Assists in assessing materials and conditions, prioritizing preservation projects, and planning work schedules. Oversees and works with full-time and seasonal workers, interns, and contractors monument preservation projects in and fulfilling perpetual care obligations, including washing, pointing, repair and resetting of memorials. Ensures all work on site appropriately reflects the Statement of Preservation Values and Commitments approved by the Trustees of the Cemetery on December 12, 2007, and is performed in accordance with appropriate standards and best practices in preservation and conservation.(more…)
The Event Operations Supervisor provides operational support for funeral events, catered receptions, artistic performances, staff meetings, and other public and private events. The Supervisor works in conjunction with an intra and interdepartmental Events Team to coordinate and complete the daily set-up and breakdown needs associated with all activities happening in Mount Auburn’s buildings and grounds.
The Supervisor manages an events operations team and will be responsible for ensuring adequate staffing support at all scheduled events. They coordinate the use of all event supplies, furnishings, and equipment and assist their team with the set-up and break-down of chairs, tables, tents, A/V equipment, and other items. They also supervise the delivery and set-up of items provided by external vendors including rented furniture, tents, and A/V equipment. The Supervisor tracks and manages Mount Auburn’s inventory of event-related supplies to ensure that furnishings and equipment meets Mount Auburn’s quality and safety standards.(more…)
With oversight of Mount Auburn’s private events program, the Private Events Manager supports Mount Auburn’s vision as a place that celebrates all seasons of life. The Manager develops rental packages that accommodate a diverse range of needs and event types, including but not limited to funeral-related gatherings. The Manager is responsible for expanding an existing rental program to encourage greater use of its exceptional landscape and buildings while supporting the Cemetery’s revenue goals. The Manager ensures that all private events are seamless in execution and in alignment with Mount Auburn’s brand, mission, and reputation.(more…)
The Security Department at Mount Auburn Cemetery is seeking an enthusiastic individual to fill the position of Security and Visitor Services Representative. Reporting to the Security Supervisor the Security and Visitor Services Representative is responsible for patrolling the Cemetery grounds throughout the assigned shift and enforcement of Cemetery rules and regulations. The representative displays compassion, sensitivity, and good business ethics in all interactions with clients and visitors.(more…)