|Start Date||10 May 2021|
You’re intending to pursue a career in the museum field, and your post-secondary studies reflect that. Ideally, you’ve got some experience researching and creating exhibits, excellent spoken and written communication skills, and abilities with Photoshop, Publisher, etc. You provide outstanding visitor service, all day every day.
Young Canada Works eligibility criteria: Full-time student intending to return to school full-time in September;, Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or refugee status; Legally entitled to work in Canada; Between age 15 and 30; Able to commit to the full work term.
Jordan’s Cabin was completely destroyed by fire in September 2020, destroying one of the few remaining remnants of an industry that once provided a livelihood for hundreds of local people.
You will create a commemorative exhibit at the Creston Museum to explore traditional and contemporary Ktunaxa hunting and trapping; the story of Ed Jordan, his cabin, and those who have continued his legacy to the present day; and the role of the community's hunting and trapping history in conservation and biodiversity.
You will also support daily Museum operations such as visitor services and programs.
|To Apply||Please use the contact information as directed in the listing.
Résumé and Cover Letter Via Email
|Contact Name||Tammy Bradford|
|Address||219 Devon Street 219 Devon Street|