We’re Hiring for a number of positions this summer - all positions are subject to funding announcements.
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We are also hiring two contract positions for non-students/recent graduates:
Please submit your resume and cover letter clearly demonstrating how you meet the qualifications and quoting the position(s) you are applying for by e-mail (preferred) or drop off at 1100 Hwy 3B (junction of Hwy 3B and Hwy 22). Please also attach a minimum of two references.
The Collections Manager will work with existing staff and current and new volunteers to complete a number of collections management and exhibition projects. This includes managing a small group of collections-trained volunteers to complete a reorganization project in the collections and archives storage, instituting key recommendations from Canadian Conservation Institute’s August 2017 facility assessment, coordinating a fundraising project to preserve an important horse-drawn carriage, managing public requests for access, research, or photos, managing any incoming object or documentary history donations (including a backlog), evaluating possible collections database programs, managing updates to permanent displays and outreach projects, and more collections management and presentation tasks.
The Collections Assistant will work with the Collections Manager and trained volunteers on various projects throughout the job term, including:
Work with staff and trained volunteers to work through the accessioning backlog
Assist the Collections Manager in updates to permanent exhibits throughout the museum
Institute key recommendations received from the Canadian Conservation Institute facility assessment on storage reorganization
All staff assist in the general operation and maintenance of the museum, archives, visitor centre, and discovery centre, including assisting with major events, and programming.
The Museum Assistant is responsible for the daily opening, operating, and closing procedures associated with Museum operations. This includes conducting interpretive tours that provide information on Rossland - the Golden City, assisting with the operation of the gift shop, admissions, concession, and Visitor Centre, including sales, inventory, restocking, statistics, etc., planning and scheduling group visits, tours, and special events, and routine maintenance, including painting, cleaning, and light grounds keeping. If the interest and background exists, students may also have tailored projects such as historical/archival research, marketing/graphic design, early childhood education, among other opportunities. As well, as a community history museum, we cover a lot of different themes and topics, and the opportunity to create and complete a project as it relates directly to their field of interest will also be made available throughout the job term.