The Alabama Historical
Commission is a nationally recognized state agency
dedicated to protecting, maintaining, developing,
and interpreting Alabama's historic sites.
Alabama State Capitol Tour Guide
Please apply by
March 14, 2014
The Alabama Historical Commission
seeks part-time tour guide at the Alabama State
Capitol. The Alabama State Capitol was completed in
1851, added to several times, and restored in 1992.
The Confederacy began in the Senate chamber and the
1965 Voting Rights March ended in the street out
front. This National Historic Landmark houses the
executive branch and is a museum of state history
Duties include conducting guided
tours; staffing greeter's desks; welcoming and
orienting visitors to the Capitol; greeting and
registering visitors as needed; office and computer
work; historical and educational program application
and research; and other daily tasks as assigned.
must be available Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and
This is a permanent, part-time (20
hours per week) position. To apply, visit the AHC
download an application for employment and apply for
Laborer. Send completed application to Christy Carl,
Site Director, Alabama State Capitol, 600 Dexter
Ave, Room N-300, Montgomery, AL 36130-0900. You may
also submit application by fax to 334-353-2081 or
firstname.lastname@example.org for an
application that can be completed in Microsoft Word.
The AHC is an equal opportunity employer.