Interpreter-Artisan Team Leader
The Team Leader position plays important role in orientation, supervision and daily operations of interpretive staff at museum. This position also performs historical interpretation programs for public, and researches and provides artisan skills demonstrations. Leaders also provide guided tours, visitor orientation, retail duties, exhibits and site maintenance. Please read the full job description.
We are looking for dynamic and engaging individuals to help bring to life our award-winning education programs through song, story, role-play, adventure, carving, making, baking and imagining! The Animator/Educator position facilitates educational programs for primary, elementary, secondary, and post-secondary students through both verbal and tactile methods. Please read the full job description.
Events and Facility Rentals Coordinator.
Join the dedicated 15-member staff of the canoe museum as our Events and Facility Rentals Coordinator. You will be responsible for managing the museum’s facility rental portfolio as well as coordinating logistics for public and fundraising events both at the museum and off-site. The ideal candidate will be highly organized and personable, with a willingness to keep a flexible schedule, including weekend and evening work. Extended Deadline 5pm May 31.
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Visitor Experience Facilitator
Join the Museum’s summer team as our Visitor Experience Facilitator! Lead our on-water Voyageur Canoe Tours at the Lift Lock, facilitate in-Museum experiences and tours, and take the Museum on the road for outreach events. Bilingual, Bronze Cross-certified, and paddling experience preferred. Applicants must be eligible for Canada Summer Jobs.
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