It’s time to put your Prince fandom to good use. The late musician’s Minnesota estate, Paisley Park, is hiring tour guides to host the visitors flocking to pay tribute to the icon, according to TIME.
Paisley Park, the home and recording studio where the legendary musician was found dead in late April, will be offering tours of Prince’s editing suites, rehearsal studios, performance spaces, and more beginning on October 6. To gear up for throngs of visitors streaming in and out of the grounds 363 days a year, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (the estate is closed on Christmas and Thanksgiving), Paisley Park needs managers, concession workers, security personnel, and marketing gurus.
Someone also needs to sort through Prince’s archives and display some of the collection to VIP guests (who will shell out $100 each for exclusive looks at parts of the complex not available to regular ticket holders), so if you have a background in archive management, this is your shot. The estate is also hiring an ecologist, presumably to care for the Paisley Park grounds. Really, nothing adds to a resume like the words “Official Ecologist at the Prince Mansion.”
There’s a job fair at the nearby Chanhassen Dinner Theatres today and tomorrow, September 8 and 9, for locals, but if you’re not in Minnesota, you can email your application.
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