We are hiring.
There are two Gallery Interpreters positions open at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina, SK.
These are student positions, applicants must be enrolled in full-time studies at a post-secondary institution to qualify. The successful candidates will provide excellence in visitor service and be enthusiastic team players; demonstrating reliability, a positive attitude, strong work ethic and excellent communication skills.
Key duties will include
- Visitor reception duties; welcoming and orienting visitors to the museum.
- Developing and delivering programming for special groups and the general public.
- Supervising galleries and public facilities and ensuring visitors observe rules of behavior.
- Opening and closing the museum on a daily basis.
Successful candidates will have a general knowledge of Saskatchewan's natural history and/or First Nations cultures and/or geology/paleontology as well as an understanding of public programming practices. Typically this level of knowledge is obtained through some post-secondary education in Biology, Environmental Studies, Aboriginal Studies, Paleontology/Geology, Museum Studies, Education or equivalent, and experience in a museum setting or other public programming setting. Customer service training and experience are also considered great assets.
Level 03 - $18.320 – $22.960/hour
Hours of Work
Position #1: 7.5 hours/week - 9:15am-5:15pm (30 min unpaid lunch) every Saturday
Position #2: 7.5 hours/week - 9:15am-5:15pm (30 min unpaid lunch) every Sunday
Length of Term
October 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018
Successful candidates will be eligible for extension into Summer Student positions (26hours/wk).
Please send your resume and cover letter to:
Visitor Experience Supervisor, Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Include the program and institution in which you are currently enrolled.
Deadline: Thursday, September 21, 2017