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Volunteer & Job Opportunities

Become part of the
Vulture City Family!

With a vision of bringing this special town back to life, the Vulture City Family embarked on this monumental and historically significant project in 2017. Since then, over 17 buildings & structures have been restored and the word is getting out. Every day brings more and more visitors looking to explore this incredible history. From immersive tours, weddings , fun family events, paranormal, blacksmithing workshops and so much more, our need for amazing folks to join the family just keeps growing!

VOLUNTEER opportunities

We would love to have volunteers help with guest check in, landscaping, general cleaning & maintenance, special event help, tours, displays, collection and organization of historical pictures and data or just talking to the guests! Perks include free admission, discounted passes for friends and family, t-shirt or hat and the chance to be a part of history!

job opportunities

Check In Staff:
Full and Part Time

Check-in of each visitor includes greeting guests as they arrive, describing the general tour and what to expect, processing admission & merchandise payments, ensuring waivers are understood and signed and providing reminders of safety policies and practices. Other opening and closing duties include sales reconciliation, merchandise restock, inventory checks, etc.

Event Staff:
Part Time

As an event venue that hosts weddings, paranormal conferences and lockdowns, social parties and of course our own October Ghourdy Ghouligan’s Halloween Spook-tacular, we are looking for folks who love to help pull together amazing guest experiences and events. Duties can range from prepping the site pre-event, decorating, take-down, security, check-in, washroom inspections, supply refresh, and inventory counts to just being an extra set of eyes/hands to help pull off spectacular events.

We offer competitive wages, free admission, guest passes for friends & family, t-shirt & hat, discounted merchandise and the chance to be a part of this incredibly significant Arizona history.

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