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History Tour Pub Crawl Guide Position:

New York Crawling is looking for fun, entertaining people to lead our History Tour Pub Crawls. As a Guide, you’ll take visitors from around the globe to 4 different historic taverns in the Stone Street area of Manhattan and provide a History Tour along the way. You’ll present a memorized script about New York’s role in colonial and revolutionary America while crawlers enjoy their drinks. Our crawls are split evenly between history and socializing.

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Who We Are Looking to Hire:

Responsible, energetic, and outgoing people with passion. We want people who love going to bars, enjoy public speaking, and like to meet new people from around the globe.

The ability to memorize and present a script is important. Therefore we are looking for people with presentation backgrounds such as actors and teachers. However, this is not a requirement.

Hours and Schedules:

Our pub crawls operate daily from 2:45 – 5:15pm and 7:45 – 10:15pm

This is a part-time position with flexible scheduling as we try to work with our Guides to find them shifts that work with their schedules.

Pay:

Guides earn a flat fee of $50 per tour and make more than that on tips from guests at the end of the crawl. On average, guests tip $5-$10 per person. We take groups of 1-12 people each crawl with larger numbers for private crawls.

Musts:

You must be 21+years old. Guides are also not allowed to drink while leading a crawl. Guides must be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Interested?

Great! Please email [email protected] your resume along with a cover letter answering the following questions:

  • What is your favorite New York City bar?
  • Where is your favorite place you’ve ever traveled?
  • We offer crawls twice a day, 7 days a week from 2:45pm-5:15pm and 6:45pm-9:15pm. What is your general weekly availability as it relates to this schedule?
  • What experience do you have with memorizing and presenting a script?
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