Careers https://museums.ca Careers 04/22/2018 Preparator / Fine Art Technician / Driver [Greater Toronto Area] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=374  

Preparator / Fine Art Technician / Driver

    
 

Job Title:

 

Preparator / Fine Art Technician / Driver

 
 

Organization:

 

PACART

 
 

Language Required:

 

Bilingual

 
 

Location:

 

Greater Toronto Area - Other locations, Greater Toronto Area, Ontario

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-05-07

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2017-09-13

 
 

Email:

 

devon.giroux@pacart.ca

 
 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://pacart.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

$60,285 - $70,897

 
 

Job Description:

 

PACART WORLD HEADQUARTERS ( TORONTO )

Preparator/Fine Art Technician / Driver 

PACART


Full time position (Lawrence Ave/DVP)

Background
PACART is Canada’s most respected Fine Art and Exhibition Logistics provider.
We have recently expanded our Toronto operation and now require a talented individual to enhance our Local Service team

Nature and scope of position

The successful candidate for this position will join our team of professional Fine Art Technicians providing:

• Packing, Crate Construction and Installation services;
• Local and Regional transportation services in company vehicles;

Qualifications 

The successful candidate should possess:
• a keen interest in the arts;
• woodworking skills and experience;
• relevant experience with packing, handling and installation of a variety of artwork;
• a valid Ontario G class licence (DZ or AZ class licences are definitely an asset);
• the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;
• a professional appearance;
• excellent interpersonal and client service skills;
• detail-oriented organizational skills;
• the ability to work independently
• flexibility to travel within Canada and the USA
Application submission

Please send a cover letter and resume to PACART Devon.giroux@pacart.ca 
Subject Line: Preparator / Fine Art Technician / Driver

 
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Heritage Leader (Summer) [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=513  

Heritage Leader (Summer)

    
 

Organization:

 

City of Ottawa

 

Language required:

English oral, reading, writing required. French oral, reading, writing may be required for some positions.

Location:

Ottawa, Ontario (Various locations)

 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-31

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-02-01

 

Salary:

$14.000 per hour (2018 rates of pay)

Web Link to Institution:

https://ottawa.ca/cgi-bin/jobs.pl?id=2018-EX-EN-51993990-01

Job Description:

Job Summary
Assist with researching, planning, delivery, and documentation of public and educational interpretive programs and events at museums and historic sites. Conducts interpretive tours and dispenses historical information to the community, utilizing first- and third-person interpretation techniques. Interacts cooperatively with museum volunteers and actively participates in a team environment to include all aspects of museum operations, and assists with public rental bookings and food services as required. Acts as public ambassador of the museums by participating in educational and promotional outreach activities and engages in customer service activities such as front desk duties, cash transactions, responding to public inquiries, setting up rooms and grounds for public events, recording of visitor statistics, and conducting visitor evaluations. Ensures safety of museum visitors and program participants, as well as ensuring the security of the museum and its contents. Opens and closes the site and performs some cleaning and gardening duties as required.

Education & Experience
Post Secondary Student (completion of second year College or university) : History, Museology, Education, Theatre, Public Relations, Classical Studies, or Related Discipline

Minimum of eight (8) months but less than one (1) year of related experience is required : Experience in working with the public in a client service environment; experience with clients of various ages; experience in research activities

*Experience and formal training combined with demonstrated performance and ability may substitute for stipulated academic requirements.

Language, Certificates & Licenses
First Aid/CPR
Current Automated External Defibrillator (A.E.D.)
AODA Customer Service (Servability Training)
The successful candidate will be required to complete a Police Record Check to the City of Ottawa’s satisfaction.

English oral, reading, writing required. 
French oral, reading, writing may be required for some positions. 
Candidates must meet language requirement for position upon hire.

Knowledge
Intermediate and/or advanced knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel
Familiarity with formal interpretation methodology and techniques is considered an asset, but are taught during the training sessions
Competencies & Skills
Advanced verbal communication skills (the ability to successfully communicate historical information to the public of varying ages and interests)
Strong writing skills for both internal and external audiences
Ability to research, understand, and document historical data
Ability to understand event and program logistics and implement as needed
Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure and tight deadlines
Ability to understand and take direction and to pro-actively provide status updates
Ability to understand the scope of various types of projects and work on them through to completion
Ability to accurately record statistical data and visitor evaluation information
Ability to comfortably and confidently speak in public to individuals and groups of varying ages, interests, and backgrounds

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Chef du patrimoine (Été) https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=514  

Chef du patrimoine (Été)

    
 

Organisme:

 

Ville d'Ottawa

 
 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Anglais expression orale, compréhension orale, lecture, écriture requis. Français expression orale, compréhension orale, lecture, écriture pourrait être nécessaire à certains postes.

 
 

Lieu:

 

Ottawa, Ontario (divers lieux)

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-08-31 

 

Date d'affichage

2018-02-01 

 

Salaire:

 

14,000 $ de l'heure (taux de rémunération de 2018)

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

https://ottawa.ca/cgi-bin/jobs.pl?id=2018-EX-FR-51993990-01

Description de l'emploi:

Résumé des fonctions
Le titulaire aide à la recherche, à la planification, à la prestation et à la documentation des programmes et des activités d'interprétation publics et éducatifs dans les musées et les lieux historiques. Il organise des visites d'interprétation et transmet des renseignements historiques à la communauté, utilisant les techniques d'interprétation à la première et à la troisième personne. Il interagit en collaboration avec les bénévoles du musée et participe dans des équipes en vue d'inclure certains aspects des activités du musée, et aide pour les réservations publiques et les services d'alimentation au besoin. Il agit comme ambassadeur public des musées en participant à des activités promotionnelles et éducatives et prend part à des activités du service à la clientèle, notamment en effectuant des tâches à la réception, en acceptant de l'argent comptant, en répondant aux questions du public, en aidant à préparer les salles et le terrain à l'extérieur lors d'activités publiques, en enregistrant des statistiques sur les visiteurs et en effectuant des évaluations des visiteurs. Il aide à assurer la sécurité des visiteurs des musées et des participants aux programmes, ainsi qu'à assurer la sécurité du musée et de son contenu. Il ouvre et ferme les portes du musée et effectue quelques tâches de nettoyage et d'entretien des jardins, au besoin.

Scolarité et expérience
Études postsecondaires (avoir terminé la deuxième année des études collégiales ou universitaires). Histoire, muséologie, enseignement, théâtre, relations publiques, études classiques ou domaine connexe.

Au moins huit mois, mais pas plus d'un an d'expérience pertinente. Expérience de travail auprès du public dans un environnement lié au service à la clientèle; expérience avec des clients de tout âge; expérience liée aux activités de recherche.

* Les candidats qui possèdent une expérience jugée pertinente et une formation reconnue et dont la fiche de service atteste d'un rendement satisfaisant et d'aptitudes manifestes pourront ne pas être tenus de satisfaire à l'exigence relative aux études requises.

Permis/Certificats/Compétences linguistiques
Premiers soins/RCR;
Certificat à jour d'opérateur de défibrillateur externe automatisé (DEA);
Attestation de service à la clientèle dans le cadre de la LAPHO (formation en serviabilité).
La personne retenue devra fournir une attestation de vérification de dossier de police que la Ville d'Ottawa juge satisfaisante.

Anglais expression orale, compréhension orale, lecture, écriture requis.
Français expression orale, compréhension orale, lecture, écriture pourrait être nécessaire à certains postes.
Le candidat possède un niveau précis et immédiat de compétence à l’embauche.

Connaissances
Connaissance de niveau intermédiaire et/ou avancé des logiciels Word et Excel de Microsoft;
La connaissance des méthodes et des techniques d'interprétation officielles seront considérées un atout, mais elles seront enseignées lors des séances de formation.
Compétences et aptitudes
Grandes aptitudes en communication verbale (capacité à transmettre avec succès de l'information historique au public de tout âge et ayant des intérêts variés);
Grandes aptitudes à l'écriture autant pour le personnel à l'interne que pour le public externe;
Capacité à effectuer de la recherche de données historiques, à comprendre ces données et à les consigner;
Capacité à comprendre la logistique des activités et des programmes et à la mettre en oeuvre au besoin;
Capacité à effectuer plusieurs tâches à la fois et à bien travailler sous pression, ainsi qu'à respecter des délais serrés;
Aptitudes à comprendre et à recevoir des directives et à fournir de façon proactive des comptes rendus sur la progression des tâches;
Capacité à comprendre la portée de différents types de projet et à travailler en vue d'assurer leur achèvement complet;
Capacité à enregistrer avec précision des données statistiques et des renseignements sur l'évaluation des visiteurs;
Être à l'aise et confiant en parlant devant un public composé de personnes et de groupes dont l'âge, les intérêts et l'expérience personnelle sont très variés.

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Heritage Interpreter: Digitization Assistant [Vernon] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=541  

Heritage Interpreter: Digitization Assistant 

    
 

Job Title:

 

Heritage Interpreter: Digitization Assistant 

 
 

Organization:

 

Historic O'Keefe Ranch

 
 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Vernon, British Columbia

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-06-15

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-02-08

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00 per hour 

 
 

Job Description:

 

Anticipated term: Seasonal Position, July 1st – August 31st

*This posting is subject to funding

Tasks and Responsibilities:
Under the supervision of the Curator, the student is responsible for the following aspects of site operation:
• providing tours of the O’Keefe Mansion on a daily basis, and other areas of the site;
• developing a public presentation with the information gathered in a format that is engaging and informative;
• compiling support materials for the public presentation, including historic photographs and artifacts;
• completing an historic photograph digitization project;
• assisting with regular cleaning and maintenance of the historic site;
• other related duties relating to Historic O'Keefe Ranch operations

Orientation and Training:
The student will receive instruction and training in a wide variety of skills including but not limited to:
• public speaking and presentation, visitor engagement
• basic museum practices and principles;
• extensive information will be presented on the history of the BC Interior from fur trade to the present day
• digitization best practises and file management
• the opportunity to assist with social media channels and special events

Supervision:
Day-to-day supervision will be provided by the Curator and Head Interpreter

Qualifications:
• Students should have completed at least their first year of College or University training, preferably in the fields of History, Tourism, Marketing, Museum Studies, or Theatre
• Should be proficient with Windows operating system, Photoshop and Excel would be an asset
• Students must be able to assist with cleaning of the historic buildings and artifacts and must be able to be on their feet for a good portion of the day. Some of the buildings have two floors and students must be able to walk from one end of the site to the other multiple times daily
• Experience in dealing with the public and/or presenting to the public would be an asset
• Proficiency in a second language would be an asset

Applicants must be full-time students planning to return to full-time studies in the fall of 2018. All applicants must be between the ages of 15 and 30 and legally entitled to work in Canada. Applicants must be available for the full duration of the work term. Must also have valid driver’s license and access to a car, as there is no public transit to the ranch.

O’Keefe Ranch is an equal-opportunity employer


Submit cover letter and resume to curator@okeeferanch.ca by June 15, 2018
We would like to thank all applicants who apply; however, only those shortlisted will be contacted. Please, no phone calls.

 
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Heritage Interpreter: Curatorial Inventory Assistant [Vernon] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=542  

Heritage Interpreter: Curatorial Inventory Assistant 

    
 

Job Title:

 

Heritage Interpreter: Digitization Assistant 

 
 

Organization:

 

Historic O'Keefe Ranch

 
 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Vernon, British Columbia

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-06-15

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-02-08

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00 per hour 

 
 

Job Description:

 

Anticipated term: Seasonal Position, July 1st – August 31st

*This posting is subject to funding

Tasks and Responsibilities:
Under the supervision of the Curator, the student is responsible for the following aspects of site operation:
• providing tours of the O’Keefe Mansion on a daily basis, and other areas of the site;
• developing a public presentation with the information gathered in a format that is engaging and informative;
• compiling support materials for the public presentation, including historic photographs and artifacts;
• assisting with the Ranch’s artifact inventory project – assessing artifacts in storage, matching them up with catalogue records, creating new records when necessary
• assisting with regular cleaning and maintenance of the historic site;
• other related duties relating to Historic O'Keefe Ranch operations

Orientation and Training:
The student will receive instruction and training in a wide variety of skills including but not limited to:
• public speaking and presentation, visitor engagement
• basic museum practices and principles;
• extensive information will be presented on the history of the BC Interior from fur trade to the present day
• basic artifact inventory procedures, cataloguing
• museum ethics and best practises for care and handling of artifacts

Supervision:
Day-to-day supervision will be provided by the Curator and Head Interpreter

Qualifications:
• Students should have completed at least their first year of College or University training, preferably in the fields of History, Tourism, Marketing, Museum Studies, or Theatre
• Should be proficient with Windows operating system, Photoshop and Excel would be an asset
• Students must be able to assist with cleaning of the historic buildings and artifacts and must be able to be on their feet for a good portion of the day. Some of the buildings have two floors and students must be able to walk from one end of the site to the other multiple times daily
• Experience in dealing with the public and/or presenting to the public would be an asset
• Proficiency in a second language would be an asset

Applicants must be full-time students planning to return to full-time studies in the fall of 2018. All applicants must be between the ages of 15 and 30 and legally entitled to work in Canada. Applicants must be available for the full duration of the work term. Must also have valid driver’s license and access to a car, as there is no public transit to the ranch.

O’Keefe Ranch is an equal-opportunity employer


Submit cover letter and resume to curator@okeeferanch.ca by June 15, 2018
We would like to thank all applicants who apply; however, only those shortlisted will be contacted. Please, no phone calls.
 

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Heritage Interpreter: Marketing and Social Media Assistant [Vernon] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=543  

Heritage Interpreter: Marketing and Social Media Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Heritage Interpreter: Marketing and Social Media Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

Historic O'Keefe Ranch

 
 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Vernon, British Columbia

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-06-15

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-02-08

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00 per hour 

 
 

Job Description:

 

Anticipated term: Seasonal Position, July 1st – August 31st

*This posting is subject to funding

Tasks and Responsibilities:
Under the supervision of the Curator and Marketing and Events Manager, the student is responsible for the following aspects of site operation:
• providing tours of the O’Keefe Mansion on a daily basis, and other areas of the site;
• developing a public presentation with the information gathered in a format that is engaging and informative;
• compiling support materials for the public presentation, including historic photographs and artifacts;
• assisting with regular cleaning and maintenance of the historic site;
• other related duties relating to Historic O'Keefe Ranch operations;
• assisting with weddings and special events
• assisting with the management of social media channels
• completing projects relating to marketing and special events – including Family Fun Days and even Yoga with Goats (!)

Orientation and Training:
The student will receive instruction and training in a wide variety of skills including but not limited to:
• public speaking and presentation, visitor engagement
• basic museum practices and principles;
• extensive information will be presented on the history of the BC Interior from fur trade to the present day
• the opportunity to assist with social media channels and special events
• market research as it relates to facility rentals and historic sites

Supervision:
Day-to-day supervision will be provided by the Curator, Marketing and Events Manager, and Head Interpreter

Qualifications:
• Students should have completed at least their first year of College or University training, preferably in the fields of History, Tourism, Marketing, Museum Studies, or Theatre
• Should be proficient with Windows operating system, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
• Students must be able to assist with cleaning of the historic buildings and artifacts and must be able to be on their feet for a good portion of the day. Some of the buildings have two floors and students must be able to walk from one end of the site to the other multiple times daily
• Experience in dealing with the public and/or presenting to the public would be an asset
• Proficiency in a second language would be an asset

Applicants must be full-time students planning to return to full-time studies in the fall of 2018. All applicants must be between the ages of 15 and 30 and legally entitled to work in Canada. Applicants must be available for the full duration of the work term. Must also have valid driver’s license and access to a car, as there is no public transit to the ranch.

O’Keefe Ranch is an equal-opportunity employer


Submit cover letter and resume to curator@okeeferanch.ca by June 15, 2018
We would like to thank all applicants who apply; however, only those shortlisted will be contacted. Please, no phone calls.

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Heritage Interpreter [Drumheller] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=566  

Heritage Interpreter

    
 

Job Title:

 

Heritage Interpreter

 
 

Organization:

 

East Coulee School Museum

 

Job Type:

Summer Student 

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

East Coulee (Drumheller) AB

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-04-30

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-02-09

 

Job Start Date:

2018-05-08

Email:

ecsmuseum@gmail.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.ecsmuseum.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

$16.50/ hour

 
 

Job Description:

  Heritage Interpreter (Guide)
East Coulee School Museum
East Coulee (Drumheller) AB

Join the team at the East Coulee School Museum for a fun and interesting summer! Enlighten tourists of the history and stories of the Coal Mining days of the Drumheller Valley! Use your unique personality to enrich each program. Interpreters also help in the gift shop and café, as well as some light housekeeping. Everyone at the museum helps in the café to feed the hungry tourists!!!
We need positive, enthusiastic individuals with great communication skill and a love of learning. If you are self-motivated and can do what needs to be done and do it – we are looking for you! We are looking for post-secondary students that are planning on returning to school in the fall. A background in history, museum studies, education, drama or tourism is an asset. A valid driver’s license is a must, as there is no public transportation. A car is an asset as we are located 15 minutes outside of Drumheller proper. A second language is an asset.
Job starts May 8 til Sept 3
Wages $16.50/hr
Number of positions – 3
Apply via email – ecsmuseum@gmail.com Attn: Barbara Steeves

Job requirements – combination of walking, sitting, and standing, good memory to communicate historic stories, have basic computer skills
See Recruitment video – You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?vPfXF-DqW6Eo

Email resume and cover letter to ecsmuseum@gmail.com or mail to East Coulee School Museum, Box 514, East Coulee AB, T0J 1B0



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Historic Teacher/Heritage Interpreter [Drumheller] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=567  

Historic Teacher/Heritage Interpreter

    
 

Job Title:

 

Historic Teacher/Heritage Interpreter

 
 

Organization:

 

East Coulee School Museum

 

Job Type:

Summer Student 

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

East Coulee (Drumheller) AB

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-04-30

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-02-09

 

Job Start Date:

2018-05-08

Email:

ecsmuseum@gmail.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.ecsmuseum.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

$16.50/ hour

 
 

Job Description:

  Historic Teacher/Heritage Interpreter
Join the team at the East Coulee School Museum for a fun and interesting summer! Enlighten tourists of the history and stories of the Coal Mining Days of the Drumheller Valley! Use your unique personality to enrich each program. Interpreters also help in the gift shop and café, as well as some light housekeeping. Everyone at the museum helps in the café to feed the hungry tourists!!!
The role of the Historic Teacher is played in character as a 1936 teacher from the coal mining era. The major role for the summer would be Interpreter, the Teacher role being employed with group bookings. The Interpreter can at times be played “In Character”!
We need positive, enthusiastic individuals with great communication skill and a love of learning. If you are self-motivated and can do what needs to be done and do it – we are looking for you! We are looking for post-secondary students that are planning on returning to school in the fall. A background in history, museum studies, education, drama or tourism is an asset. A valid driver’s license is a must, as there is no public transportation. A car is an asset as we are located 15 minutes outside of Drumheller proper. A second language is an asset.
Job starts May 10 til Sept 4
Wages $16.50/hr
Number of positions – 1
Apply via email – ecsmuseum@gmail.com Attn: Barbara Steeves

Job requirements – combination of walking, sitting, and standing, good memory to communicate historic stories, have basic computer skills
See Recruitment video – You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?vPfXF-DqW6Eo 

Email resume and cover letter to ecsmuseum@gmail.com or mail to East Coulee School Museum, Box 514, East Coulee, AB T0J 1B0


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Exhibit Support Specialist [Dhahran] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=644  

Exhibit Support Specialist

    
 

Job Title:

 

Exhibit Support Specialist

 
 

Organization:

 

King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, Saudi Aramco

 

Job Type:

Full Time

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-05-01

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-01-11

 

Email:

RA.Scott@AramcoServices.Com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://apply.aramco.jobs/jobs/1170753?lang=en-us&Codes=ASC-W-CMA

 
 

Salary:

 

Competitive

 
 

Job Description:

 

Position Description:
We are seeking an Exhibits Specialist to join the Technical Services Division of the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, Saudi Aramco.

The Technical Services Division is responsible for supporting the technical operation and maintenance of all exhibits and galleries at the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture.

The Exhibits Specialist’s primary role, as part of the exhibits team is to develop, implement, and execute an effective maintenance program for the exhibits and galleries.

Minimum Requirements:
As the successful candidate you will hold a Bachelor’s degree (or an equivalent technical qualification in related subject) in product design, architecture, interior design, bespoke construction, design, engineering and science technology, or computer science from a recognized and approved program.
You will have ten year experience in of providing technical/maintenance services within a museum, leisure, or science center environment. You must have the ability to develop innovative ideas and to solve problems creatively and practically. You must have organizational and research skills. You must have documentation skills in recording exhibit performance status and be able to maintain a high standard of documentation. You must have the ability to communicate effectively verbally, in writing, and electronically, and have effective interaction skills working with a large variety of personnel at various levels.
You must demonstrated knowledge in the use of audiovisual and interactive techniques, knowledge of the nature of the contemporary exhibition materials, and implementing technology driven exhibitions.
You must have experience in the development and implementation of preventative maintenance programs, particularly in relation to complex audio-visual systems, including, but not limited to:
Real-time 3D rendering systems
Unix/Linux/Windows based exhibit infrastructure
Content management systems and databases
Media control systems (e.g., Medialon, etc.)
High performance video playout systems (e.g., 7th Sense multichannel systems)
Lighting systems (e.g., e: cue, etc.)
Digital Audio Systems (e.g., OSC, etc.)

Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:

Work as a key member of an effective, unified exhibits team.
Supervise and manage operation and maintenance contractors, and ensure a high level operation quality standard.
Provide technical support for operation and maintenance, including analyzing and resolving exhibit related issues arising during operation, and managing change requirements and implement changes where appropriate.
Prepare and oversee the exhibit maintenance schedule and protocols.
Analyze and review the performance and functionalities of the exhibit technology systems, with the goal of continuous improvement and further development. Develop update concepts and implement them following an agile approach (Dev-Ops), to avoid major down-times of the exhibits.
Use your working knowledge of exhibits content management systems (CAVS/UMM), which renders contents from a centralized database, to troubleshoot, configure, and restore from back-up and ensure minimum down-time when outage occurs.

Support the continuous improvement driven by the requirements, findings and experiences from daily operations.

Manage the optimization and further development activities to meet the requirements and needs of the visitor facing operation team.

To APPLY: https://apply.aramco.jobs/jobs/1170753?lang=en-us&Codes=ASC-W-CMA

 
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Head of Lighting [Dhahran] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=645  

Head of Lighting

    
 

Job Title:

 

Head of Lighting

 
 

Organization:

 

King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, Saudi Aramco

 

Job Type:

Full Time

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-05-01

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-02

 

Email:

RA.Scott@AramcoServices.Com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://apply.aramco.jobs/jobs/1170755?lang=en-us&Codes=ASC-W-CMA

 
 

Salary:

 

Competitive

 
 

Job Description:

 

Position Description:
We are seeking a Head of Lighting to join the Programs Division of King Abdulaziz Center of World Culture, Saudi Aramco.

The Programs Division is responsible for planning and executing all King Abdulaziz Center‘s programs including, but not limited to, the Museum programs, Theater and Performing Arts programs, as well as Keystone and the Outreach programs. In addition, it is responsible for the Library and other educational, scientific, and technological programs.

The Theatre and Performance Arts program will offer performances rooted in community values and creations that enlighten and entertain audiences. Performances, films, lectures and forums will stimulate creativity and nurture Saudi talent. In addition to the King Abdulaziz Center will host world class international performances at the theatre.

The Head of Lighting primary role is to provide technical support to all Performing Arts productions, events and functions, including pre-production, rehearsal, and load in and out periods.

Minimum Requirements:
As the successful candidate you will hold a Bachelor’s degree in fine arts, theater production, or lighting design from a recognized and approved program. You will have five years of experience as a Head of Lighting in a live entertainment venue. You must have proficiency with the GrandMA2 Consoles. You must have experience in a variety of productions including: orchestras, dance, opera, drama, concerts, special events, and corporate events. You must have organizational skills, problem solving skills, and the ability to work under pressure. You must have excellent spoken and written English. You must have excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office: Excel, Word and Outlook.

Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:

Implement the theatrical lighting design for productions or special events and supervises lighting technicians in all aspects of stage production lighting.

Schedule, supervise, and direct lighting technicians, and collaborate with other members of the production team to deliver the vision of the lighting designer.

Operate the stage lighting console (GrandMa2) and other theatrical lighting equipment and effects.

Create and manage all aspects of lighting for a production. Lighting directors work with the artistic and production staff to support the director's plans for the production.

Review show/production/event information in advance and advises of any necessary changes.

Assist with the theatrical lighting equipment maintenance schedule and maintain inventory control of all theatrical stage lighting equipment and consumables.

Coordinate and implement the lighting requirements for productions in the Theater, Cinema, Energize Theater and outdoor spaces.

Collaborate with the director, production manager, lighting designer, stage manager and the theater’s administration and production staff.

TO APPLY: https://apply.aramco.jobs/jobs/1170755?lang=en-us&Codes=ASC-W-CMA

 
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IT Manager [Toronto] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=659  

IT Manager

    
 

Job Title:

 

IT Manager

 
 

Organization:

 

Aga Khan Museum

 

Job Type:

Permanent 

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Toronto, Ontario

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-02-28

 

Job Start Date:

2018-03-15

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-02

 

Email:

akm.hr@akdn.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.agakhanmuseum.org

 
 

Salary:

 

$65,000 min

 
 

Job Description:

 

Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the IT Manager ensures efficient operations of the IT Department aligned with the business objectives of the organization. S/he plans, develops and maintains the information systems infrastructure, including being responsible for long range planning and budgeting. The IT Manager works closely with decision makers in other departments to identify, recommend, develop, implement, and support cost-effective technology solutions for all aspects of the organization. S/he also defines and implements IT policies, procedures, and best practices. Primary areas of responsibility include: the AKM website, business systems and office productivity systems, local and wide area data networks, voice networks, operating systems, Internet and Intranet services and operations.

Key Responsibilities:

• Leading the IT Department’s operational and strategic planning exercise, including organizing and negotiating the allocation of resources, in consultation with the COO.
• Planning, co-ordinating, directing, and designing IT-related activities of the organization, as well as providing administrative direction and support for daily IT related operational activities for end user and technical support functions.
• Benchmarking, analyzing, reporting on, and making recommendations for the improvement and growth of the IT infrastructure and IT systems, including telecommunications systems.
• Being responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of the infrastructure, hardware, and software utilized for the Museum's website.
• Overseeing the monitoring of the web traffic, performance and capacity to identify, prevent and resolve issues.
• Developing business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for IT spending and initiatives.
• Managing the deployment, monitoring, maintenance, development, upgrade, and support of all IT & Telecommunications systems, including servers, PCs, operating systems, hardware, software, and peripherals.
• Overseeing the provision of end-user services, including help desk and technical support services.
• Working with stakeholders to define business and systems requirements for new technology implementations.
• Directing research on potential technology solutions in support of procurement efforts.
• Managing a team of technical staff and contractors, to design, develop, implement, operate and administer computer and telecommunications software, networks and information systems.
• Monitoring security of all technology and data and implementing appropriate IT system security policies and procedures to ensure safety of data and IT systems.
• Mitigating all risks associated with loss of data (backups, disaster recovery etc).

Qualifications & Experience:

• Minimum 5 years of progressive experience in not-for-profit organizations, in a similar role.
• Undergraduate degree in IT.
• Stong business acumen with an entrepreneurial approach.
• Strong technical knowledge of network, Mac and PC operating systems.
• Appropriate education and experience in cloud systems environment, including the traditional environment.
• HTML, XHTML, CSS design, cross-browser and cross-platform compatibility, Access, mySQL, javascript.
• W3C Web standards, WAI, ADA & Sections 508 and 504 compliance.

Please send your cover letter and resume to akm.hr@akdn.org on or before February 28, 2018.

The Museum thanks all those who apply, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Please note that the Museum is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to fair and accessible employment practices. Upon request, suitable accommodations are available under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act for applicants invited to an interview.

 
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Summer Collections Assistant [Sharon, Ont] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=663  

Summer Collections Assistant 

    
 

Job Title:

 

Summer Collections Assistant 

 
 

Organization:

 

The Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum

 

Job Type:

Summer Student  

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Sharon, Ontario 

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-04-01

 

Job Start Date:

2018-05-16

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-02

 

Email:

info@sharontemple.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.sharontemple.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00 per hour

 
 

Job Description:

 

General Description:
The Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum is an open-air museum with 8 heritage buildings and two interpretive buildings on-site. The ideal candidate has an interest in history, research, collections or archives. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, be energetic and a self-starter, and have excellent organizational skills.

Primary Job Functions:
-Propose, undertake and successfully complete an individual research project based on personal choice of an object within the collection that will help advance ones professional development.
-Create one Mini Exhibit display for a community partner in relation to the anniversary of 100 years as a museum, and install it by the end of July.
-Clean, reorganize and digitize the museums 19th century Drive Shed in preparation for the 200 year anniversary of the Doan House in 2019.
-Assist in the preparation and delivery of three summer day camp programs for ages 7 to 12.
-Further the preservation of our heritage buildings and artifact collection through basic preventive conservation and maintenance under the supervision of the Museum Manager.
-Be trained on the database Filemaker.

General Duties:
-Provide interpretation to the public through tours, education and outreach programs.
-Special events and program preparation.
-Assist Staff with daily attendance tracking, gift shop inventory, and cash balancing.
-Conduct daily and weekly preventative maintenance checks on historic buildings.
-Provide support for wedding and rental preparation.
-Provide support as needed to other staff members.
-Other tasks, as required.

Qualifications:
-Currently enrolled and returning to post-secondary studies in a related field, such as Museum Studies, Education, Anthropology, Classical Studies, Archaeology, or Canadian Studies.
-The ideal candidate will have an interest in the career fields of Museums, History, Arts, or Education.
- Previous experience working with the public in a structured setting, in a paid and/or volunteer capacity.
-Candidate must be between the ages of 16-30 and legally entitled to work in Canada.
-Must possess or be willing to train for Standard First Aid and CPR.
-Must possess or be willing to obtain a Vulnerable Sectors Screening.
-Be prepared to work a variety of shifts, including weekends, and evenings.

Physical Requirements:
The Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum is located north of Toronto on 4.5 acres. As this is a large site with multiple buildings, the candidate will be required to move between these buildings and around the site as needed to conduct various activities.

The Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum always encourages Government of Canada’s job equity groups to apply.

This position is dependent on receiving funding through Young Canada Works. We thank you for your interest but only successful candidates will be contacted.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to, info@sharontemple.ca with the Subject Line:

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Collection and Exhibit Assistant [St. Thomas] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=709  

Collection and Exhibit Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Collection and Exhibit Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

Elgin County Railway Museum

 

Job Type:

Summer, Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

St. Thomas, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-04-27

 

Job Start Date:

2018-05

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-08

 

Email:

summerjobs@ecrm5700.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://ecrm5700.org/job-opportunities/

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00

 
 

Job Description:

 

The Elgin County Railway Museum is recruiting a student for the full-time, summer position of Collection and Exhibit Assistant. The successful candidate for this position will assist with the supplemental research and installation of a new special exhibit for the 2018 season, as well as update and standardize labels and interpretive text panels throughout the permanent exhibits. This position will support the work of the Collection Committee by completing accessioning correspondence and paperwork, researching, cataloguing and entering artifacts into the online collection database. The Exhibit and Collection Assistant will also be cross-trained to provide guided tours to individuals and group visitors, and provide back-up support to admissions and gift shop. They will work as a team with other staff and volunteers to assist with preparation and public programing for special events as needed.

Qualifications & Expectations:
• Student pursing post secondary education preferably in History, Museum Studies, Library Studies, English, Communications, Information Management, or the Arts
• Research, writing, and customer service experience
• Detail oriented, accurate typing skills, and good penmanship
• Excellent communication, information management and public speaking skills
• Interest and knowledge of railway, local or Canadian history
• Experience using Microsoft office applications, including MS Word and Excel
• Flexibility to changing priorities
• Availability to work weekdays, weekends and holidays

Fulfillment of this position subject to approved grant funding.

Applications, with a cover letter, are due by 5pm, Friday, April 27th 2018, and can be delivered to:
Attn: Hilary Fagan
Elgin County Railway Museum
225 Wellington Street, St. Thomas ON, N5R 2S6.
Applications can also be submitted by the deadline via email to summerjobs@ecrm5700.org with the job title in the subject line.

Fulfillment of this position subject to approved grant funding.

 
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Education Assistant [St. Thomas] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=710  

Education Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Education Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

Elgin County Railway Museum

 

Job Type:

Summer, Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

St. Thomas, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-04-27

 

Job Start Date:

2018-05

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-08

 

Email:

summerjobs@ecrm5700.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://ecrm5700.org/job-opportunities/

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00

 
 

Job Description:

 

Education and Public Programming Assistant
Hours and Wage: $14.00/hour for 32.5 hours/week
Languages: English required, bilingualism an asset
Driver’s License: not required

The Elgin County Railway Museum is recruiting a student for the full-time, summer position of Education & Public Programming Assistant. The successful candidate for this position will deliver curriculum connected education programs to visiting schools and community groups, and assist with the coordination of group bookings. They will plan, develop and deliver public programming activities for all ages at special events, and through community outreach, as well as a weekly railway-themed children’s workshop. They will draft program descriptions and assist with promotion of workshops and education programs. The Education & Public Programming Assistant will also be cross-trained to provide guided tours to individuals and group visitors, and provide back-up support for admissions and the gift shop. They will work as a team with other staff and volunteers to assist with preparation and public programming for special events.

Qualifications:
• Student pursing post secondary education preferably in Education, History, Museum Studies, Early Childhood Education or Recreation & Leisure programs
• Research, writing, and customer service experience
• Experience working with children and youth
• Experience using Microsoft office applications
• Excellent communication, information management and public speaking skills
• Interest and knowledge of railway, local or Canadian history
• Experience using Microsoft office applications, including MS Word and Excel
• Flexibility to changing priorities
• Availability to work weekdays, weekends and holidays
• Current First-Aid and CPR training certificates an asset
• Bilingualism an asset

Fulfillment of this position subject to approved grant funding.

Applications, with a cover letter, are due by 5pm, Friday, April 27th 2018, and can be delivered to:
Attn: Hilary Fagan
Elgin County Railway Museum
225 Wellington Street, St. Thomas, ON N5R 2S6.

Applications can also be submitted by the deadline via email to summerjobs@ecrm5700.org with the job title in the subject line.

 
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Tour Guide and Cataloguing Clerk [St. Thomas] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=715  

Tour Guide and Cataloguing Clerk

    
 

Job Title:

 

Tour Guide and Cataloguing Clerk

 
 

Organization:

 

Elgin County Railway Museum

 

Job Type:

Summer, Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

St. Thomas, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-04-28

 

Job Start Date:

2018-05

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-08

 

Email:

summerjobs@ecrm5700.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://ecrm5700.org/job-opportunities/

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00

 
 

Job Description:

 

Tour Guide and Cataloguing Clerk
Hours and Wage: $14.00/hour for 32.5 hours/week
Languages: English required, bilingualism an asset
Driver’s License: not required

The Elgin County Railway Museum is recruiting a student for the full-time, summer position of Tour Guide and Cataloguing Clerk. The successful candidate for this position will provide informative guided tours of the museum displays and exhibits including railway maintenance equipment, locomotives, cabooses, and the History in Motion model railway. This position will support the work of the Collection Committee by researching, cataloguing, photographing and entering artifacts into the on-line collection database, as well as digitizing previous collection records. The Tour Guide and Cataloguing Clerk will also be cross-trained to provide back-up support to admissions and the gift shop. They will work as a team with other staff and volunteers to assist with preparation and public programming for special events as needed.

Qualifications & Expectations:
• Student pursing post secondary education preferably in History, Arts, Library or Museum Studies, Communications, Information Management, or Photography
• Research, writing, and customer service experience
• Detail oriented, accurate typing skills, and good penmanship
• Excellent communication, information management and public speaking skills
• Interest and knowledge of railway, local or Canadian history
• Experience using photography equipment an asset
• Proficient using Microsoft office applications, including MS Word and Excel
• Flexibility to changing priorities
• Availability to work weekdays, weekends and holidays

Fulfillment of this position subject to approved grant funding.
Applications, with a cover letter, are due by 5pm, Friday, April 27th 2018, and can be delivered to:

Attn: Hilary Fagan
Elgin County Railway Museum
225 Wellington Street, St. Thomas ON, N5R 2S6.

Applications can also be submitted by the deadline via email to summerjobs@ecrm5700.org with the job title in the subject line.


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Curatorial Assistant [Queenston, ON] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=717  

Curatorial Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Curatorial Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

RiverBrink Art Museum Inc.

 

Job Type:

YCW Summer Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Queenston, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-04-24

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-09

 

Email:

manager@riverbrink.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

riverbrink.org

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00

 
 

Job Description:

 

CURATORIAL ASSISTANT

Employment generated through Young Canada Works Program.

RiverBrink Art Museum requires a Curatorial Assistant, for the period of May 15 to September 1, 2018.

This position is dependent on approval of funding thorough Young Canada Works, Heritage Organizations Program.

The job entails:

Logistical support, research and writing for upcoming exhibitions

Research and documentation of the collection

Interacting with visitors, assisting with reception and with visitor introduction, tours and Gift Shop.

This is a full-time summer position (at $14.00 per hour for a total of 37.5 hours per week). RiverBrink Art Museum operates 6 days a week during the tourist season and the successful candidate will typically work a Monday to Friday shift with occasional evenings or weekends to assist with special events. Because RiverBrink is not reachable by public transit, the successful candidate must have access to transportation.

RiverBrink is located in the village of Queenston, situated between Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. The Art Museum collection contains over 1,400 works of fine art and a library of 4,000 books and documents. The primary project involves working with the Director/Curator and Programming and Curatorial Assistant to research and write about artists and art to be included in upcoming exhibitions. A secondary component of the job is to assist with tours of the museum and the historic village of Queenston. On a day-to-day basis, the student will introduce visitors to the exhibitions, help serve as security during public hours and assist with gift shop sales. To effectively carry out these tasks, the student should become familiar with information about the collection, historical background of the museum and its founder, Samuel E. Weir and the history of Queenston and the surrounding Niagara area.

Interested candidates must have completed a minimum of one year of postsecondary education in a related field, such as art history, museum studies, fine art, or Canadian history and have excellent computer skills. Past experience as a volunteer or employee in an art gallery/fine art museum, community museum or historic site would be an asset; however, previous work with the public will be considered. The ideal candidate will possess excellent written and oral communication skills, and an intermediate to advanced level of computer proficiency. Retail skills are requested. Some reading and spoken knowledge of French or other language would be an asset.

The student must be a Canadian citizen between the ages of 18 and 30, have just completed a term/semester of full-time studies and be returning to a full time education program.

RiverBrink Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer. This position is dependent on approval of funding thorough Young Canada Works, Heritage Organizations Program. Applications, along with cover letter, will be accepted to April 24, 2018 and should be emailed to:

Attn: Rianna Ostryhon, Administrator

manager@riverbrink.org

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Visitor Services & Marketing Assistant [Queenston, ON] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=718  

Visitor Services & Marketing Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Visitor Services & Marketing Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

RiverBrink Art Museum Inc.

 

Job Type:

YCW Summer Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Queenston, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-04-24

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-09

 

Email:

manager@riverbrink.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

riverbrink.org

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00

 
 

Job Description:

 

Visitor Services and Marketing Assistant

Employment generated through Young Canada Works Program.

RiverBrink Art Museum requires a Visitor Services and Marketing Assistant, for the period of May 15 to September 1, 2018.

This position is dependent on approval of funding thorough Young Canada Works, Heritage Organizations Program.

The job entails:

- Developing and implementing a regular promotional publishing schedule of arts-based content through advertising, social media and the museum’s website

- Research and writing for promotional advertising

- Interacting with visitors, assisting with reception and with visitor introduction, tours and Gift Shop


This is a full-time summer position (at $14.00 per hour for a total of 37.5 hours per week). RiverBrink Art Museum operates 6 days a week during the tourist season and the successful candidate will typically work a Tuesday to Saturday shift with occasional evenings to assist with special events. Because RiverBrink is not reachable by public transit, the successful candidate must have access to transportation.

RiverBrink is located in the village of Queenston, situated between Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. The Art Museum collection contains over 1,400 works of fine art and a library of 4,000 books and documents. The primary project involves developing strategies to better cultivate audience development and engagement through written work and research. This includes monitoring, evaluating and responding to the museums current online presence. Secondly, student will be responsible for assisting with the delivery of customer service through the administration of reception operations. Tasks include answering phones, greeting and tracking visitors, monitoring gift shop inventory and completing sales, assisting with tracking of the physical plant, monitoring the security of the museum during business hours, and responding to general inquiries both in person and online. Occasional assistance with tours may be requested.

To effectively carry out these tasks, the student should become familiar with information about the collection, historical background of the museum and its founder, Samuel E. Weir and the history of Queenston and the surrounding Niagara area.

Interested candidates must have completed a minimum of one year of post secondary education in a related field, such as communications, graphic design, art history, fine art, visual cultural, museum studies, or Canadian history and have a passion for art and art history. Past experience as a volunteer or employee in an art gallery/fine art museum, community museum or historic site would be an asset; however, previous work with the public will be considered. The ideal candidate will possess excellent written and oral communication skills, and an intermediate to advanced level of computer proficiency. Candidate should have knowledge of web and social media maintenance. Organizational and interpersonal skills are required, along with a strong work ethic and attention to detail. Knowledge and experience with website writing, arts research and presentation skills are desirable. Retail skills are requested. Some reading and spoken knowledge of French or other language would be an asset.

The student must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or have refugee status between the ages of 18 and 30, have just completed a term/semester of full-time studies and be returning to a full time education program.
RiverBrink Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer. This position is dependent on approval of funding thorough Young Canada Works, Heritage Organizations Program. Applications, along with cover letter, will be accepted to April 24, 2018 and should be emailed to:

ATTN: Rianna Ostryhon, Administrator
manager@riverbrink.org


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Curatorial Research Intern [Queenston] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=725  

Curatorial Research Intern

    
 

Job Title:

 

Curatorial Research Intern

 
 

Organization:

 

RiverBrink Art Museum Inc.

 

Job Type:

Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Queenston, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

02-AUG-2018

 

Job Start Date:

27-AUG-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

09-MAR-2018

 

Email:

manager@riverbrink.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

riverbrink.org

 
 

Salary:

 

$16.00/hour

 
 

Job Description:

 

RiverBrink Art Museum requires a Curatorial Research Intern for the period August 27 2018 to January 26 2019. The position involves working with curatorial staff to develop an exhibition of contemporary art on loan from regional and international lenders. The intern will be involved in all aspects including planning, research, writing and installation for an exhibition of contemporary art on the theme of Niagara Falls scheduled for 2019 and provide additional expertise in this area and other curatorial projects. The intern will also engage with the public through admissions, retail sales, museum docent work and special events.

This is a full-time position (at $16.00 per hour for a total of 37.5 hrs. per week). RiverBrink is not accessible by public transit and the successful candidate must have own transportation.


RiverBrink is located in the village of Queenston, between Niagara Falls and Niagara on the Lake, Ontario. The fine art museum contains over 1,400 works of fine art and a library of over 4000 books. The collection also includes decorative arts and archival documents. Interested candidates must have completed an undergraduate degree or college certificate in art history, museum studies, or Canadian history. Past experience in an art gallery or museum would be an asset, however previous work with research and project management will be considered. The ideal candidate will possess excellent written and oral communication skills, and an intermediate level of computer proficiency. Retail skills are requested. Some knowledge of French or other language would be an asset.

Because this position is funded by the Young Canada Works Program, the intern must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or have refugee status, be between the ages of 18 to 30, be unemployed or underemployed, and have graduated from a university or college program in the past 24 months. The intern may not have participated in or been paid by this or any other Career Focus internship program.

RiverBrink is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from youth with disability, Aboriginal youth, visible minorities and new Canadians. This position is dependent on approval of funding thorough Young Canada Works, Heritage Organizations Program.

Applications, along with cover letter, will be accepted to August 2 2018 by Rianna Ostryhon: manager@riverbrink.org

 
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Assistant Conservator, Photographs [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=730  

Assistant Conservator, Photographs

    
 

Job Title:

 

Assistant Conservator, Photographs

 
 

Organization:

 

National Gallery of Canada

 

Job Type:

Full time, Determinate

 

Language Required:

 

English or French

 
 

Location:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-05-12

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-12

 
 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://clients.njoyn.com/CL2/xweb/Xweb.asp?tbtoken=ZlpfRRMXCB4HZAcEMCBSCFY9A2xEcFMpc0hZUF19E2xdX0UdKkBpcmF1dwkbURRRSXAqWA%3D%3D&chk=dFlbQBJe&page=joblisting&CLID=51300&lang=1

 
 

Salary:

 

$69,085 - $81,243/Year

 
 

Job Description:

 

Under the supervision of Conservator, Photographs, preserves, conserves and stabilizes the photographs in the permanent art collections of the National Gallery of Canada and other collections by assessing their condition, by establishing and promoting preventive care measures, by prescribing and executing conservation treatments, and by providing professional conservation advice. The incumbent will also perform other related duties.

Please visit www.gallery.ca

 
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Restaurateur (rice) adjoint (e), photographie [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=731  

Restaurateur (rice) adjoint (e), photographie

    
 

Titre:

 

Restaurateur (rice) adjoint (e), photographie

 
 

Organisme:

 

Musée des beaux-arts du Canada

 

Type de l'emploi:

Temps plein, indéterminé

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Anglais ou Français

 
 

Lieu:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-05-12

 

Date d'affichage

2018-03-12 

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

http://clients.njoyn.com/CL2/xweb/XWeb.asp?tbtoken=ZlpfRRMXCB4HZAcEMCBSCFY9A2xEcFMpc0hZUF19E2xdX0UdKkBpcmF1dwkbURRRSXAqWw%3D%3D&chk=dFlbQBJe&clid=51300&Page=JobDetails&Jobid=J0218-0754&BRID=190537&lang=2

 
 

Salaire:

 

69 085 $ - 81 243 $/année

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Sous la direction du restaurateur des photographies, le titulaire du poste doit préserver, restaurer et stabiliser les photographies des collections d’art permanentes du Musée des beaux-arts du Canada et de diverses autres collections en évaluant leur état, en élaborant et en promouvant des mesures de soin préventives, en prescrivant et en exécutant des traitements de conservation, et en prodiguant des conseils professionnels en matières de conservation. Il doit également s’acquitter des diverses autres tâches connexes.

Visitez notre site web: www.beaux-arts.ca

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Research Assistant [Calgary] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=743  

Research Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Research Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

Canada's Sports Hall of Fame

 

Job Type:

Summer, Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Calgary, AB

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

23-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

14-MAY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-22

 

Email:

hdeng@cshof.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.sportshall.ca/get-involved/careers.html?lang=EN

 
 

Salary:

 

$15.00/hr

 
 

Job Description:

 

1 position available
Location: Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame
169 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T3B 6B7

The Manager of Exhibits and Collections seeks to hire one student to assist the Women in Sport exhibit. This project is designed to have one student, under the supervision of the Manager of Exhibits and Programming, to be responsible to work on researching, writing, and sourcing content for above mentioned exhibit.

Student will:
- Conduct research on Canada's women in sport history for use in the Women in Sports exhibit to open June, 2019.
- Write exhibit text based on research conducted from within Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame collections as well as outside partner sources.
- Compile list of possible audio visual materials for inclusion into exhibit and used for social media campaign.
- Compile list of possible artefacts organized by four subthemes for inclusion into exhibit.
- Complete collections and exhibit duties as required.

Qualifications:
- Student must be attending a post-secondary program full-time
- Student must meet all Summer Temporary Employment Program (STEP) eligibility criteria
- Preference will be given to History, Archeology, Anthropology, Sports-related studies, and Museums Studies students
- Strong research and writing skills are required
- Good interpersonal skills and computer knowledge using MS Office is required
- Knowledge of PastPerfect database is an asset but not required
- Previous experience handling artefacts is an asset but not required
- Fluency in French an asset but not required
- Students will be required to provide or obtain a valid vulnerable sector police check

Interviews will be conducted by the Manager of Exhibits and Collections. A maximum of 5 candidates will be interviewed.

Start date to be May 14, 2018. End date to be August 31, 2018. Dates subject to funding.

Job Equity: Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is committed to the principle of equal opportunity. As an employer Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame welcomes diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified candidates within the scope of each job opening. Applications are welcomed from women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and Aboriginal people.

Submit your resume and cover letter in one document to:
Helena Deng, Manager, Exhibits and Collections
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame
169 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T3B 6B7
or via e-mail: hdeng@cshof.ca

Please state in your application how you came across this job posting.

 
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Education Program Assistant [Calgary] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=746  

Education Program Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Education Program Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

Canada's Sports Hall of Fame

 

Job Type:

Summer Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Calgary, AB

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

29-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

14-MAY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-22

 

Email:

hdeng@cshof.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.sportshall.ca/get-involved/careers.html?lang=EN

 
 

Salary:

 

$13.60/hour

 
 

Job Description:

 

The Manager of Education and Programming seeks to hire a student to assist with the following education program initiatives for Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame from May – August 2018.

Students will assist in the delivery of education programs to Kindergarten to Grade 12 students from May – June 2018 and to summer camp groups from July – August 2018. Students will handle original artefacts as part of program delivery and in accordance with approved museum standards.
Students will also help to research, design and develop two new education program initiatives that are part of the Virtual Distance Learning Program content. During this time they will learn how to access research materials related to our Honoured Members and use the information to write content to be utilized in the Virtual Distance Learning program, how to access the collections database to review Honoured Member video clips and select sections that could be used in the Virtual Distance Learning programs, and how to write scripts, do sample productions and be videotaped presenting a program to test the presentation systems.

Students will also be expected to learn the existing school programs and summer camp programs in order to be able to present from May-August 2018. Students will shadow existing presenters and once familiar with the programs will deliver all programs for the project duration. This will also include a portion on how to handle original artefacts and present their historical significance and cultural history stories to students, and accessing research materials related to our Honoured Members for learning and educational purposes.

Students will also be asked to attend regular meetings with the curatorial/programming team to ensure that the content being researched and developed meets the guidelines for content development. Other duties include contributing to customer service through our admissions desk, assisting with events, and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
• Students must be attending a post-secondary program full-time and must meet all eligibility criteria for Young Canada Works (YCW) or Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ). Preference will be given to students in history, education, kinesiology, or other related fields.
• Experience or interest in teaching/presenting and working with school aged students is required. An interest is sport history would be an asset.
• Excellent presentation and interpersonal skills are required.
• Ability to work and be flexible in a fast-paced and changing environment.
• Well organized and independent workers and have intermediate computer skills (Microsoft Office)
• Intermediate French would be an asset but is not required.
• Students will be required to provide or obtain a valid vulnerable sector police check.

Interviews will be conducted by the Manager of Exhibits and Collections May 2-8, 2018. A maximum of 5 candidates will be interviewed.

Start date to be May 14, 2018. End date to be August 31, 2018. Dates subject to funding.

Eligibility: Students must meet all eligibility criteria for Young Canada Works (YCW) or Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ), depending on approved funding source. If the funding source is YCW, Students must be registered with YCW prior to being interviewed and all candidates selected must be approved by YCW to confirm their eligibility in advance of them being offered a position.

Job Equity: Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is committed to the principle of equal opportunity. As an employer, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame welcomes diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified candidates within the scope of each job opening. Applications are welcomed from women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities and Aboriginal people.

Submit your resume and cover letter in one document to:
Manager of Education and Programming
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame
169 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T3B 6B7
or via e-mail: programs@cshof.ca

 
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Virtual Distance Learning Studio Assistant Internship [Calgary] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=750  

Virtual Distance Learning Studio Assistant

    
 

Organization:

 

Canada's Sports Hall of Fame

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Calgary, AB

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

18-JUN-2018

 

Job Start Date:

14-MAY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

07-MAY-2018

 

Email:

hdeng@cshof.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.sportshall.ca/get-involved/careers.html?lang=EN

 
 

Salary:

 

15.50/hour

 
 

Job Description:

 

Program stream: Young Canada Works at Building Careers in Heritage - 1 position available
Job location:
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame
169 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T3B 6B7

Project Background:
Canada's Sports Hall of Fame is seeking the assistance of one intern to help with the development and creation of a live virtual distance learning education program for 2018. This internship will provide an excellent opportunity for hands-on training in a live streaming studio environment, B-roll clip creation, A/V editing, and project management.

The Intern shall assist with the tasks below as noted for the live interactive program:

Content Creation
- Assist with the development of detailed presentation scripts for the virtual experiences we offer and integrate virtual content into the timed scripts.
- Liaise with education staff to develop broadcast scripting for existing and new program modules as it relates to all AV components of the program.
- Create videos relating to specific content messages from a pool of digital archival content that resides as part of Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame collections (200 videos available).
- Create and add video content including bumpers, teaser, wrappers, and motion graphics.
- Selection of sound bites for inclusion into video content.
- The intern will also re-format digital assets that will be integrated into the virtual education experience. Estimated to include up to 500 digital images and 100 artefacts.

Program Delivery
- Virtual Set design, lighting configurations, microphone configurations, camera configurations, and green screen setup.
- Assist with Tricaster scripting program workflow.
- Assist with the live stream connection tests and troubleshooting, with multiple end points including schools in at least 4 Provinces across Canada.

Qualifications:
The successful candidate should be a graduate of a video and film production, or television broadcast program within the past two years. The candidate should have a diploma or degree and must be between 18 – 30 years of age. Candidates should also have good interpersonal skills, excellent writing skills, organizational skills and an ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and be able to meet
deliverables. Candidates must also be well organized, independent workers and have intermediate to advance computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite). Knowledge of Premier Pro, After Effects, and Blackmagic Design is required. There will be a moderate amount of lifting required and candidate will need to be able to lift 25-40 lbs.

Interviews will be conducted by the Manager, Facility and Technology Integration. All candidates will be screened to ensure they meet YCW eligibility requirements before being interviewed and before hiring the chosen candidate. A maximum of 5 candidates will be interviewed.

Start date to be May 7, 2018. End date to be October 5, 2018. Dates subject to funding.

Job Equity: Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is committed to the principle of equal opportunity. Applications are welcomed from individuals with a disability, women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and new Canadians.

Characteristics of City/Region:
Calgary is one of the fastest growing energetic cities in the world. In the past 20 years, Calgary has hosted more international sport competitions than the combined total of the three largest cities in Canada. The Calgary/Bow corridor area has been the primary training and preparation site for many of Canada’s top athletes in winter and summer sports, both at the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Calgary is the only city in Canada where over 50% of citizens regularly visit museums and attend performing arts events. Calgary was designated a Cultural Capital of Canada for 2012. Metropolitan Calgary population 1.4 M.

Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame officially opened in Calgary at Canada Olympic Park on July 1, 2011.

City of Calgary website: www.calgary.ca
Tourism Calgary website: www.tourismcalgary.com
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame website: www.sportshall.ca

Submit your resume and cover letter in one document to:
Greg Beausoleil, Manager, Facility and Technology Integration
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame
169 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T3B 6B7
or via e-mail: gbeausoleil@cshof.ca

Please state in your application how you came across this job posting.

 
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Assistant Curator [Digby, NS] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=752  

Assistant Curator

    
 

Organization:

 

Admiral Digby Library & Historical Society/Admiral Digby Museum

 

Job Type:

Summer Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Digby, NS

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

25/05/2018

 

Job Start Date:

28/05/2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-14

 

Email:

admuseum@ns.sympatico.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://admiraldigbymusem.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

$11.00/hr

 
 

Job Description:

 

POSITION
Assistant Curator (Summer-Student Position)

WAGE
$11.00 plus Vacation pay

DURATION
May 28 to August 31, 2018 (13 weeks)

COMPANY
Admiral Digby Library & Historical Society / Admiral Digby Museum

Eligible candidates must be a current student intending to return to school in the fall. A letter of intent from a recognized University or Community College is required for post-secondary students and High School graduates.

KEY SKILLS
• Interpretation & Organizational Skills
• Customer Service Skills
• Some Research Skills
• Computer Skills
• Works well with others & takes directions well
• CPR/First Aid
• Personable and Professionalism Skills
• Public Relations Skills (including Organization Skills, Phone Communication, Time & Task Management)

DUTIES
• Interpret accurate and engaging historical information while conducting guided tours to visitors
• Assist with collections database entries
• Assist in artefact acquisitions
• Assist in creating, maintaining, and modifying new and current exhibits
• Assist with annual summer festivals
• Monitor visitors' activities in order to ensure compliance with the Museum's regulations and safety practices
• Assist with gift shop sales and inventory.

JOB DESCRIPTION
• Communicate the history, method and options with the museum’s visitors.
• Communicate with museum visitors the donation opportunities and membership opportunities.
• Interpret to museum visitors the function and importance of local history.
• Be engaging and create excitement about local history and summer programs.
• Assist with annual summer festivals (may require costumes & acting).
• Assist with outreach programs, projects & activities, to strengthen museum attendance
• Assist with gift Shop sales, inventory and display.
• Data entry into Collections database: which includes external provincial collections.
• Assist in Museum Acquisitions

HEALTH & SAFETY PRACTICES
Proper Health & Safety practices as covered in our in-house training session. We also review the “Are You in Danger” brochure. Copies of this brochure are handed out at our training session.


Inclusion and Equal Opportunity Employment
The Admiral Digby Museum will consider all eligible and qualified applicants for employment regardless of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, Aboriginal status, nationality, age, or any other factors. Disability-related accommodations during the application process will also be available upon request.

To apply, please send your resume to admuseum@ns.sympatico.ca
To apply in person, please visit us at 95 Montague Row, Digby, Nova Scotia, B0V 1A0



 
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Research Assistant [Digby, NS] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=753  

Research Assistant

    
 

Organization:

 

Admiral Digby Library & Historical Society/Admiral Digby Museum

 

Job Type:

Summer Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Digby, NS

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

25/05/2018

 

Job Start Date:

28/05/2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-14

 

Email:

admuseum@ns.sympatico.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://admiraldigbymusem.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

$11.00/hr

 
 

Job Description:

 

POSITION
Guide/Interpreter (Summer Student Position)

WAGE
$11.00 plus Vacation pay

DURATION
May 28 to August 31st, 2018 (13 Weeks)

COMPANY
Admiral Digby Library & Historical Society / Admiral Digby Museum

Eligible candidates must be a current student intending to return to school in the fall. A letter of intent from a recognized University or Community College is required for post-secondary students and High School graduates.

KEY SKILLS
Interpretation & Organizational Skills
Customer Service Skills
Some Research Skills
Computer Skills
Works well with others & takes directions well
CPR/First Aid
Personable and Professionalism Skills
Public Relations Skills (including Organization Skills, Phone Communication, Time & Task Management)

DUTIES
Interpret accurate and engaging historical information while conducting guided tours to visitors;
Assist with Annual Summer Festivals
Assist with Outreach programs and activities;
Monitor visitors’ activities in order to ensure compliance with the Museum regulations and safety practices;
Assist with Gift Shop sales and inventory;
Assist with Collections Database entries.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Communicate with the museum visitors’ history, method, options.
Communicate with museum visitors the price structure and donations opportunities.
Interpret to museum visitors the function and importance of local history.
Be engaging and create excitement about local history and summer programs.
Assist with annual summer festivals (may require costumes & acting).
Assist with outreach programs, projects & activities including Canada150 events, to strengthen museum attendance;
Monitor visitors’ activities in order to ensure compliance with Museum Regulations and Workplace Safety requirements.
Assist with gift Shop sales, inventory and display.
Data entry into Collections database including external provincial collections.

HEALTH & SAFETY PRACTICES
Proper Health & Safety practices as covered in our in-house training session. We also review the “Are You in Danger” brochure. Copies of this brochure are handed out at our training session.

Inclusion and Equal Opportunity Employment
The Admiral Digby Museum will consider all eligible and qualified applicants for employment regardless of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, Aboriginal status, nationality, age, or any other factors. Disability-related accommodations during the application process will also be available upon request.

To apply, please send your resume to admuseum@ns.sympatico.ca
To apply in person, please visit us at 95 Montague Row, Digby, Nova Scotia, B0V 1A0

 
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ART MUSEUM ATTENDANT [Queenston] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=757  

ART MUSEUM ATTENDANT

    
 

Organization:

 

RiverBrink Art Museum Inc.

 

Job Type:

Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Queenston

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

24-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

15-MAY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-14

 

Email:

manager@riverbrink.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://riverbrink.org

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00/hr

 
 

Job Description:

 

Under the supervision of the Director/Curator and Administrator the successful candidate will work with staff, volunteers and the public in support of daily operations by greeting visitors responding to inquiries and guiding tours of Queenston Village and RiverBrink exhibitions, completing gift shop sales, and providing general information on the Museum, its exhibitions, and adult/senior programming.

He/She will assist with ongoing communications and with the development of a social media campaign for upcoming exhibitions. In addition, he/she will photograph events, exhibitions, gift shop items and artworks as needed and assist in the development of a virtual tour of exhibitions.

This is a full-time summer position (at $14.00 per hour for a total of 37.5 hours per week). RiverBrink Art Museum operates 6 days a week during the tourist season and the successful candidate will typically work a set schedule with occasional evenings or weekends to assist with special events. Because RiverBrink is not reachable by public transit, the successful candidate must have access to transportation.

RiverBrink is located in the village of Queenston, situated between Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. The Art Museum collection contains over 1,400 works of fine art and a library of 4,000 books and documents. On a day-to-day basis, the student will introduce visitors to the exhibitions, help serve as security during public hours and assist with gift shop sales. To effectively carry out these tasks, the student should become familiar with information about the collection, historical background of the museum and its founder, Samuel E. Weir and the history of Queenston and the surrounding Niagara area.

Interested candidates must have been registered as a full-time student in the previous academic year, and intend to return on a full-time basis in the next academic year; be between the ages of 15 and 30 at the start of employment; be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident of person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of employment and have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial territorial legislation and regulations.

Past experience as a volunteer or employee in an art gallery/fine art museum, community museum or historic site would be an asset; however, previous work with the public will be considered. The ideal candidate will possess excellent written and oral communication skills, and an intermediate to advanced level of computer proficiency. Retail skills are requested. Some reading and spoken knowledge of French or other language would be an asset.

RiverBrink Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer. This position is dependent on approval of funding thorough Canada Summer Jobs Program. Applications, along with cover letter, will be accepted to April 24, 2018 and should be emailed to:

Attn: Rianna Ostryhon, Administrator
manager@riverbrink.org

 
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Exhibits and Collections Assistant Internship [Calgary] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=760  

Exhibits and Collections Assistant Internship

    
 

Job Title:

 

Exhibits and Collections Assistant Internship

 
 

Organization:

 

Canada's Sports Hall of Fame

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Calgary, Alberta

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

18-Jun-2018

 

Job Start Date:

23-Jul-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-22

 

Email:

hdeng@cshof.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.sportshall.ca/media/files/upload/2018%20BCH%20YCW%20Exhibit%20and%20Collections%20Assistant%20Internship%20Job%20Posting.pdf

 
 

Salary:

 

$15.50/hour

 
 

Job Description:

 

Job location:
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame
169 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T3B 6B7

Project Background:
Canada's Sports Hall of Fame is seeking the assistance of one intern to help with a collections storage project and various aspects of three major exhibitions that are being created in 2018. This internship will provide an excellent opportunity for hands-on training in exhibit development, installation, and project management.

To see specific duties intern will have for each project or exhibit, please click on weblink to job description.

Bicycle storage improvement project
CBC Exhibit
Induction Celebrations off site Exhibit and Locker Room Class of 2018 Exhibit
Women in Sport Exhibit

Qualifications:
The successful candidate should be a graduate of a museum studies, conservation, collections management, sport history program or sport/recreation management program within the past two years. The candidate should have a diploma or degree and must be between 18 – 30 years of age. Candidates should also have good interpersonal skills, excellent writing skills, organizational skills and an ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and be able to meet deliverables. Candidates must also be well organized, independent workers and have intermediate to advance computer skills (database management software for museums, Microsoft office). Knowledge of PastPerfect database is an asset but not required. Previous experience handling artefacts is required. There will be a moderate amount of lifting required and candidate will need to be able to lift 40-50 lbs. Previous exhibit or collections management experience is required. Membership with a professional association would be a definite asset.

Interviews will be conducted by the Manager, Exhibits and Collections. All candidates will be screened to ensure they meet YCW eligibility requirements before being interviewed and before hiring the chosen candidate. A maximum of 5 candidates will be interviewed.

Start date to be July 23, 2018. End date to be December 21, 2018. Dates subject to funding.

Job Equity: Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is committed to the principle of equal opportunity. Applications are welcomed from individuals with a disability, women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and new Canadians.

Submit your resume and cover letter in one document to:
Helena Deng, Manager, Exhibits and Collections
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame
169 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T3B 6B7
or via e-mail: hdeng@cshof.ca

 
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Marketing and Event Assistant Internship [Calgary] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=761  

Marketing and Event Assistant Internship

    
 

Job Title:

 

Marketing and Event Assistant Internship

 
 

Organization:

 

Canada's Sports Hall of Fame

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Calgary, Alberta

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

18-Jun-2018

 

Job Start Date:

23-Jul-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-03-22

 

Email:

MMontgomery@cshof.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.sportshall.ca/media/files/upload/2018%20Marketing%20and%20Event%20Assistant%20Internship%20-%20Job%20Description.pdf

 
 

Salary:

 

$15.50/hour

 
 

Job Description:

 

Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is seeking the assistance of one intern to help with various events and marketing projects. This internship will provide excellent hands-on training in museum communications and marketing.

To see full list of tasks intern will be accomplishing during the internship, please click weblink to job description.

Projects:
2018 Induction Celebrations - Media Conference, Gala and Fundraiser
Girls in Sport Project – Phase Two
CBC Gallery Exhibit Launch
Locker Room Gallery Exhibit Launch

Qualifications:
The successful candidate must be a graduate of a marketing and/or communications program within the last two years. The candidate must have a diploma or degree and must be between the ages of 18-30. Candidates must have good interpersonal skills and computer knowledge using MS office. Knowledge of InDesign/Illustrator/Photoshop is required.
Previous marketing and communications experience is required.

A total of four individuals will be shortlisted from the applications received. Interviews will be conducted by the Manager, Marketing and Communications. All candidates will be screened to ensure they meet YCW eligibility requirements before being interviewed and before hiring the chosen candidate.

Job Equity: Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is committed to the principle of equal opportunity. Applications are welcomed from individuals with a disability, women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and new Canadians.

Submit your resume and cover letter by June 18th in one document to:
Marina Montgomery Marketing and Communications Manager
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame
Email: mmontgomery@cshof.ca
Deadline for applications: June 22, 2018

 
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Visitor Services Representative(s) [Grand Forks] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=766  

Visitor Services Representative(s)

    
 

Job Title:

 

Visitor Services Representative(s)

 
 

Organization:

 

Gallery 2 - Grand Forks Art Gallery

 

Job Type:

Summer

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Grand Forks, BC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

23-Apr-2018

 

Job Start Date:

14-May-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

26-Mar-2018

 

Email:

tvanwijk@g2gf.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.gallery2grandforks.ca/index.php/employment-opportunities/

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00/ hr

 
 

Job Description:

 

Gallery 2 in Grand Forks, BC is accepting applications for Visitor Services Representatives for the 2018 summer season. The incumbents will fulfill a vital role in the summer operations of a busy regional art gallery and visitor information centre and will gain valuable work experience.

Job duties include:
• Providing public facing services for a busy public art gallery including reception, visitor information, gift shop, and programming duties.
• Developing and delivering exhibition specific public programs for adults and children. These include daylong summer camp children’s programs as well as scheduled docent tours.
• Working with the gallery collections, assisting with exhibition installation of artworks.
Qualified candidates should:
• Be enrolled in a museum studies, fine arts, tourism and hospitality, or education program, and be return to full time studies in fall 2018.
• Have a good knowledge of and keen interest in contemporary visual art and museum practices.
• Have a proven ability to communicate effectively in English; a second language is an asset.
• Have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Experience with Adobe and Past Perfect software would be an asset.
• Be comfortable interacting with people and public speaking.
• Possesses the ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Wage is $14/hr, 30 hrs per week May-June and 40 hrs/week July and August. This seasonal position runs from May 14 until August 30, 2018.

Please submit a resume and cover letter to director@g2gf.ca by 4 pm PST on April 23, 2018. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 
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Archivist [North Vancouver, BC] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=777  

Archivist

    
 

Job Title:

 

Archivist

 
 

Organization:

 

North Vancouver Museum & Archives

 

Job Type:

Permanent Fulltime

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

North Vancouver, BC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

23-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

03-JULY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-09

 

Email:

lawryl@dnv.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://nvma.ca/about/about-the-organization/#employ

 
 

Salary:

 

$34.37 per hour (PG23-1) plus an attractive package of benefits after qualifying periods

 
 

Job Description:

 

The North Vancouver Museum & Archives is seeking an Archivist to join our collaborative staff team and participate in accomplishing NVMA’s mission to strengthen our community by creating opportunities for residents and visitors to explore the past, present and future of North Vancouver and its people. We are a dynamic and growing organization, with an existing/established Archives building and a second, new Museum facility currently under construction (planned to open in 2020).
The Archives’ holdings include significant records for the Municipalities of the City and District of North Vancouver, and extensive business and community records.
We are seeking an imaginative, experienced individual who will report to the NVMA’s Director, work closely with the Assistant Director, the Curator and other staff, and supervise a Reference Historian and Archives Assistant (part-time). Individuals with a collegial approach to archival work, and an interest in community engagement should apply. The incumbent’s duties include responsibility for the full range of archival activities, as well as collaboration to develop innovative visitor-focused exhibits and programs.

Summary of Duties
• Develop, revise, and maintain policies governing the operation of the Archives, and the care and administration of its holdings;
• Acquire, appraise, arrange, and describe archival records following accepted professional standards and practices, and in keeping with the NVMA’s mandate.
• Provide for the preventative conservation and physical care of holdings.
• Work with IT staff, and software provider, to maintain and develop a user-friendly online database to promote access to holdings.
• Work with the Reference Historian to provide services to the public;
• Provide research assistance to other departments of the NVMA;
• Promote the public profile of the Archives, and use of its holdings, by contributing articles to NVMA’s newsletter and website, and responding to requests for talks, tours, and programs.
• Work with staff to conceptualize, plan and implement exhibits and programs;
• Liaise with Records Management staffs of the City and District of North Vancouver to effect transfers of municipal records to the Archives.
• Cultivate relationships with community organizations and individuals to encourage donations to the Archives, and develop a network of Archives supporters.
• Monitor the Archives facility and liaise with the Administrative Services Coordinator.
• Attend to administrative tasks including writing reports, assisting with budget preparation, and grant opportunities.
• Supervise two staff, volunteers, and practicum students.
Requirements
• Graduate degree in Archival Studies, and other degree or course work in a related discipline such as History.
• Relevant experience in professional archival work.
• Personal characteristics include creativity, flexibility, team work, organizational and analytical skills, and excellent verbal and written communications.
• Self-sufficient in office administration tasks, including record-keeping, presentations and use of MS-Office suite applications including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
• Experience using collection management databases. (NVMA uses Gencat - Lucidea collections software.)
• Valid clean British Columbia drivers licence required, and a criminal record check.
• Applicant must be legally entitled to work in Canada.

Desirable Experience, Qualifications and Skills
• Knowledge of North Vancouver and regional local history is desirable.
• A self-starter who enjoys collaborating on projects, and working with volunteers, interns and staff.
• Experience with museum and archives collaborations and developing content for exhibits.
• Strong knowledge of issues of digitization and digital storage in archives, as well as training and/or experience with database development.

 

How to apply:

Please apply to:
Laurel Lawry, Administrative Services Coordinator
North Vancouver Museum & Archives
3203 Institute Road
North Vancouver, BC V7K 3E5
Applications should be submitted by e-mail to nvmac@dnv.org or by fax to 604.987.5688.

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Vice President, Marketing [Toronto] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=778  

Vice President, Marketing

    
 

Job Title:

 

Vice President, Marketing

 
 

Organization:

 

Toronto Symphony Orchestra

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Toronto, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

18-MAY-2018

 

Job Start Date:

15-AUG-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-09

 

Email:

gvasearch@gmail.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://genovesevanderhoof.com/opportunities/vice-president-marketing/

 
 

Salary:

 

Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications

 
 

Job Description:

 

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra seeks a Vice President, Marketing.

With an annual budget of $28 million and overall annual earned revenues from ticket sales of $8.7 million, the TSO serves an annual audience of over 275,000 at the 2,630-seat Roy Thomson Hall. It is an industry leader in developing young audiences.

The Marketing Department is responsible for subscription and single ticket sales campaigns, advertising, audience development, forecasts, budget oversight, publications, communications, public relations, and social media. The Vice President works closely with the Vice President of Artistic Planning, as well as the Chief of Staff, the Chief Financial Officer, and the Vice President of Development.

We seek an individual with a minimum of ten years’ senior level marketing experience in the performing arts; knowledge of and proficiency with Tessitura (and Microsoft Suite) A strong background in subscriptions marketing is imperative. The position requires excellent interpersonal, managerial, analytical, and organizational skills.

Familiarity with the orchestral repertoire is essential, as is a track record in the building of subscription audiences.

 

How to apply:

Deadline for applications: May 18, 2018.
Submit a resume, references, and salary expectations to: Margaret Genovese, gvasearch@gmail.com

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THEATRICAL INTERPRETERS (2) [North Vancouver, BC] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=782  

Theatrical Interpreters (2)

    
 

Job Title:

 

THEATRICAL INTERPRETERS (2)

 
 

Organization:

 

North Vancouver Museum & Archives

 

Job Type:

summer position

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

North Vancouver, BC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

13-MAY-2018

 

Job Start Date:

28-MAY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-09

 

Email:

lawryl@dnv.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://nvma.ca/about/about-the-organization/#employ

 
 

Salary:

 

$20.48/hr plus 4% vacation pay

 
 

Job Description:

 

The North Vancouver Museum and Archives (NVMA) will present tours and interpretation led by costumed interpreters at North Vancouver’s Burrard Dry Dock Pier, the Shipbuilders’ Square, Lynn Canyon Park and around the North Vancouver community during the summer of 2018. This season will build upon previous successful initiatives using costumed interpretation and animation to bring history to life.

Each Theatrical Interpreter will be responsible for researching, promoting and presenting two scripts based upon the history of North Vancouver’s waterfront and mountainous areas to residents and visitors. As well, casual interpretation/interactive programs will be presented to families. The Interpreters will gain experience as actors, in stage management and promotions. They will be supervised by NVMA staff and will be mentored by a theatre professional.

Specific Duties:
• to present costumed interpretation (Waterfront Productions) from and around the historic North Vancouver waterfront, Shipbuilders’ Square, Lynn Canyon Park and popular community venues;
• to research and acquire necessary historical costumes and “props”;
• working with the Waterfront Productions program Director, to rehearse and learn scripts and roving interpretative programs;
• to present ‘shows’ which feature site interpretation that will inform and entertain visitors;
• to assist with promotion of the theatrical interpretation programs;
• to establish working relationships with community partners and coordinate bookings;
• to compile show reports and a reference binder of the summer’s activities for use by future theatrical interpreters;
• to compile statistics and process feedback/response mechanisms;
• to demonstrate enthusiastic interest and appreciation of North Vancouver history.
Preferred Skills and Knowledge:
• fluent in English; able to understand and interact with the public; some knowledge of French an asset;
• experience presenting and performing before live audiences;
• experience researching, writing and organizing presentations;
• demonstrated interest in history;
• demonstrated ability to work independently and to work effectively in office environment;
• demonstrated ability to positively represent a public organization to the community;
• demonstrated ability to work effectively with community organizations and their representatives;
• demonstrated experience providing excellent customer service;
• energetic, outgoing personality and creativity;
• ability to operate bicycle-driven cart and to lift 50 lbs. (22kg);
• good computer skills (keyboarding & social media);
• valid clean BC Class 5 Driver’s Licence and Criminal Record Check; and
• strong organizational and communication skills.

Work Sites: Various locations in North Vancouver, including The Pier (foot of Lonsdale Avenue), the Community History Centre (3203 Institute Road) and Lynn Canyon Park.
Term of Employment: May 28 to August 26, 2018

 

How to apply:

This position is funded, in part, via the Young Canada Works in Heritage Institutions program of the Department of Canadian Heritage, administered by the Canadian Museums Association.
Candidates must be registered on the Young Canada Works website and meet all eligibility criteria to be considered for this position.
PLEASE CONFIRM IN YOUR APPLICATION THAT YOU HAVE READ AND MEET THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Visit https://young-canada-works.canada.ca for particulars.

Please apply in writing to Laurel Lawry, Administrative Services Manager, North Vancouver Museum and Archives by email with SUBJECT LINE stating APPLICANT’S NAME and THEATRICAL INTERPRETER to nvmac@dnv.org or by mail to 3203 Institute Road, North Vancouver, B.C. V7K 3E5. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for interview will be contacted.

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Technicien/ne en documentation [Gatineau, QC] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=783  

Technicien/ne en documentation

    
 

Titre:

 

Technicien/ne en documentation

 
 

Organisme:

 

Association du patrimoine d'Aylmer

 

Type de l'emploi:

Contrat

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Français et Anglais

 
 

Lieu:

 

Gatineau, QC

 
 

Date limite:

 

04-MAI-2018

 

Date du début de l'emploi

01-JUIN-2018

Questions

associationpatrimoineaylmer@gmail.com

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

https://associationpatrimoineaylmer.com/

 
 

Salaire:

 

20$/h

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

L’Association du patrimoine d’Aylmer est une organisation à but non lucratif qui a pour mission la promotion, la préservation et la protection du patrimoine bâti, naturel et immatérial d’Aylmer. Elle suscite l’intérêt pour le développement de projets de recherches et d’initiatives éducatives afin d’accroitre et de mettre en valeur le patrimoine d’Aylmer. Elle donne aussi des avis architecturaux à la Ville de Gatineau et aux propriétaires de maisons patrimoniales.

Description du projet: Traitement du fonds d’archives de l’Association du patrimoine d’Aylmer qui concerne les documents entre 1975 et 2010.

Description des tâches:
• Organisation du fonds avec un plan de classification selon les normes RDDA
• Tri des documents
• Description des dossiers (par fonds, série et dossier)
• Indexation
• Préparation matérielle avec équipement archivistique
• Saisie au Réseau de diffusion des archives du Québec (RDAQ)
• Mise à jour du catalogue

Formation
• DEC ou universitaire équivalent en archives

Autres compétences:
• Bilinguisme un atout
• Facilité d’adaptation
• Autonomie

Durée du projet : environ six mois à temps plein.

Date d’entrée en poste : début juin

Salaire: 20$ / heure

Lieu de travail : Association du patrimoine d’Aylmer, 475 chemin d’Aylmer, Gatineau, J9H 1A9

Pour postuler

Pour postuler, veuillez envoyer votre curriculum et votre lettre d’intérêt à associationpatrimoineaylmer@gmail.com d’ici le 4 mai 2018. Seuls les candidats retenus seront contactés.

Questions : associationpatrimoineaylmer@gmail.com ou 819-684-6908

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THEATRICAL INTERPRETERS [North Vancouver, BC] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=785  

Theatrical Interpreters

    
 

Job Title:

 

THEATRICAL INTERPRETERS

 
 

Organization:

 

North Vancouver Museum & Archives

 

Job Type:

Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

North Vancouver, BC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

13-MAY-2018

 

Job Start Date:

28-MAY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-06

 

Email:

lawryl@dnv.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://nvma.ca/about/about-the-organization/#employ

 
 

Salary:

 

$20.48/hr plus 4% vacation pay

 
 

Job Description:

 

The North Vancouver Museum and Archives (NVMA) will present tours and interpretation led by costumed interpreters at North Vancouver’s Burrard Dry Dock Pier, the Shipbuilders’ Square, Lynn Canyon Park and around the North Vancouver community during the summer of 2018. This season will build upon previous successful initiatives using costumed interpretation and animation to bring history to life.

Each Theatrical Interpreter will be responsible for researching, promoting and presenting two scripts based upon the history of North Vancouver’s waterfront and mountainous areas to residents and visitors. As well, casual interpretation/interactive programs will be presented to families. The Interpreters will gain experience as actors, in stage management and promotions. They will be supervised by NVMA staff and will be mentored by a theatre professional.

Specific Duties:
• to present costumed interpretation (Waterfront Productions) from and around the historic North Vancouver waterfront, Shipbuilders’ Square, Lynn Canyon Park and popular community venues;
• to research and acquire necessary historical costumes and “props”;
• working with the Waterfront Productions program Director, to rehearse and learn scripts and roving interpretative programs;
• to present ‘shows’ which feature site interpretation that will inform and entertain visitors;
• to assist with promotion of the theatrical interpretation programs;
• to establish working relationships with community partners and coordinate bookings;
• to compile show reports and a reference binder of the summer’s activities for use by future theatrical interpreters;
• to compile statistics and process feedback/response mechanisms;
• to demonstrate enthusiastic interest and appreciation of North Vancouver history.
Preferred Skills and Knowledge:
• fluent in English; able to understand and interact with the public; some knowledge of French an asset;
• experience presenting and performing before live audiences;
• experience researching, writing and organizing presentations;
• demonstrated interest in history;
• demonstrated ability to work independently and to work effectively in office environment;
• demonstrated ability to positively represent a public organization to the community;
• demonstrated ability to work effectively with community organizations and their representatives;
• demonstrated experience providing excellent customer service;
• energetic, outgoing personality and creativity;
• ability to operate bicycle-driven cart and to lift 50 lbs. (22kg);
• good computer skills (keyboarding & social media);
• valid clean BC Class 5 Driver’s Licence and Criminal Record Check; and
• strong organizational and communication skills.

Work Sites: Various locations in North Vancouver, including The Pier (foot of Lonsdale Avenue), the Community History Centre (3203 Institute Road) and Lynn Canyon Park.
Term of Employment: May 28 to August 26, 2018
Work Week: 35 hours (5 x 7hr-days) – will include weekends and statutory holidays. Some evening work required.

 

How to apply:

This position is funded, in part, via the Young Canada Works in Heritage Institutions program of the Department of Canadian Heritage, administered by the Canadian Museums Association.
Candidates must be registered on the Young Canada Works website and meet all eligibility criteria to be considered for this position. PLEASE CONFIRM IN YOUR APPLICATION THAT YOU HAVE READ AND MEET THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
Visit https://young-canada-works.canada.ca for particulars.

Please apply in writing to Laurel Lawry, Administrative Services Manager, North Vancouver Museum and Archives by email with SUBJECT LINE stating APPLICANT’S NAME and THEATRICAL INTERPRETER to nvmac@dnv.org or by mail to 3203 Institute Road, North Vancouver, B.C. V7K 3E5. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for interview will be contacted. 

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Exhibit and Audio-Visual Technician [Edmonton, AB] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=787  

Exhibit and Audio-Visual Technician

    
 

Job Title:

 

Exhibit and Audio-Visual Technician

 
 

Organization:

 

Alberta Historic Sites and Museums, Creative Services

 

Job Type:

Temporary

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Edmonton, AB

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

23-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

As soon as possible

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-06

 

Email:

Timothy.J.Smith@gov.ab.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://www.culturetourism.alberta.ca/heritage-and-museums/museums-and-historic-sites/

 
 

Salary:

 

Commensurate with work experience

 
 

Job Description:

 

About Us
The Historic Sites and Museums Branch is comprised of 15 interpretive centers, historic sites and museums throughout Alberta, offering a diverse representation of the province's heritage. We are seeking a versatile technician with experience in audio-visual and museum exhibit support.

Reporting to the Manager of Creative Services, the Audio-Visual & Exhibit Technician provides services to the Branch. As a Creative Services team member, you will apply your manual abilities/skills and knowledge of museums presentation systems to ensure the best possible visitor experience for Branch museums and historic sites.

 

How to apply:

How to Apply
Ensure you quote the competition using the naming convention of your first then last name and then the job title (Joe Smith_exhibitavtech). Please submit your resume to Timothy.J.Smith@gov.ab.ca in PDF format only.

Closing Statement
We thank all applicants for their interest. All applications will be reviewed to determine which candidates’ education and experience best meets the needs of the position. Only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted. 

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Exhibit Designer [Drumheller, AB] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=788  

Exhibit Designer

    
 

Job Title:

 

Exhibit Designer

 
 

Organization:

 

Drumheller and District Chamber of Commerce, Royal Tyrrell Museum

 

Job Type:

permanent, contract

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Drumheller, AB

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

30-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

To be determined

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-06

 

Email:

k.little@drumhellerchamber.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.tyrrellmuseum.com

 
 

Salary:

 

Based on experience

 
 

Job Description:

 

The Drumheller and District Chamber of Commerce is seeking an Exhibit Designer to join the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology (RTMP) in-house design team. This position will work in collaboration with other sections of the Museum to interpret and provide creative solutions to develop and implement 3D-related design projects for our 470,000+ visitors. Some of the projects will include: in-house and off-site exhibits, parade floats, hands-on interactives, way finding, signage, etc. All designers at the RTMP work together to create solutions for both 3D and 2D projects around the Museum. They assist in defining key messages, creating platforms through which they are presented, and achieving learning objectives of the end users.

Complete job posting can be viewed at www.tyrrellmuseum.com

 

How to apply:

Forward your resume with cover letter and link to portfolio to:
Kathy Little
Drumheller & District Chamber of Commerce
Email: k.little@drumhellerchamber.com 

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Development Manager, Grants [Montréal, QC] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=795  

Development Manager, Grants

    
 

Job Title:

 

Development Manager, Grants

 
 

Organization:

 

Canadian Centre for Architecture

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

French and English

 
 

Location:

 

Montréal, QC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

29-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

14-MAY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-06

 

Email:

rh@cca.qc.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://www.cca.qc.ca/en/

 
 

Salary:

 

to be discussed

 
 

Job Description:

 

The key responsibility of this role is to assume a strategic approach in securing grants from institutional sources—principally foundations; also some corporations and government agencies as applicable—to fund a broad range of projects at CCA, including exhibitions, public programs, publications, research, archives, digital initiatives, capital projects and more. In doing so, the incumbent identifies and analyzes available sources of funding, cultivates strong relationships with program officers and other key stakeholders, writes successful grant proposals, delivers effective grant reports and actively stewards relationships with grantors.

Key responsabilities
Planning
• With the support of the Associate Director, Development, develops and implements plans and efficient workflows for increasingly and strategically raising grant funds from local, national and international sources of support
• Continuously seeks out and identifies grant opportunities, monitoring closely to determine best fit with the CCA’s strategic priorities and advising on the feasibility of different approaches
• Researches and keeps track of relevant grant opportunities and other sources of support through various specialized databases and search tools
• Manages a detailed grants calendar with all deadlines and key milestones—letters of inquiry, proposals, reports, follow-ups, etc.
• Develops and writes compelling cases for support that are well aligned with the CCA’s brand strategy

Relationship-building, Grantsmanship
• Meets and builds close relationships with program officers and other key points of contact in order to fully understand eligibility criteria and application deadlines for upcoming grant opportunities
• Plans, writes and prepares grant proposals and reports in accordance with deadlines, guidelines and specific criteria for funding
• Accurately and enthusiastically represents the CCA’s vision and organizational strategy in verbal and written communications
• Ensures compliance with the conditions of grant agreements and on time reporting
• Follows up with CCA divisions and project managers to ensure that grants are allocated appropriately and funds are being spent on schedule
• Effectively communicates successes, challenges and learnings along the way to key stakeholders—both internally and externally

Other
• Participates in other activities within the Development team as needed; helps plan and contribute to the success of cultivation, stewardship and special events
• Reviews and analyzes the success of grant seeking strategy, proposing changes as required
• Evaluates and interprets qualitative and quantitative data, and prepare reports
• Actively contributes to building a strong fundraising culture at the CCA
• Develops excellent working relationships with CCA colleagues to ensure maximum timely collaboration for preparing grant applications and reports
• Understands, safeguards and presents the brand identity of the CCA

Required qualifications
• Education: Bachelor’s degree required; degrees and disciplines with a heavy focus on the arts, arts management, writing and critical thinking will be given very strong consideration
• Experience: Minimum of 3 to 5 years development experience with an emphasis on grant writing and related written communications

Competencies
• Excellent knowledge of spoken and written French and English; ability to write and revise documents in both languages essential
• Advanced copywriting, editing and proofreading skills
• Familiarity with local, regional, and national foundation, corporate and government funding sources
• Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
• Ease of communication with all types of colleagues and stakeholders
• Excellent project management and organizational skills
• Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge and/or other fundraising databases/CRMs, an asset

 

How to apply:

Please submit your application by email (rh@cca.qc.ca) before April 29, 2018 to the attention of Human Resources of the Canadian Centre for Architecture located at 1920 Baile Street, Montreal (Quebec) H3H 2S6. Only successful applicants will be contacted. Please do not call.

The CCA is an equal opportunity employer 

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Education/Interpretation Self-Assessment Workbook Consultant [Regina, SK] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=797  

Education/Interpretation Self-Assessment Workbook Consultant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Education/Interpretation Self-Assessment Workbook Consultant

 
 

Organization:

 

Museums Association of Saskatchewan

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Regina, SK

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

25-MAY-2018 at Midnight (CST)

 

Job Start Date:

30-MAY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-06

 

Email:

advisor@saskmuseums.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.saskmuseums.org

 
 

Salary:

 

$3000.00

 
 

Job Description:

 

What the Opportunity is:
Working and reporting to the Museum Association of Saskatchewan’s Museum Advisor, the chosen candidate will develop and write the MAS’s Education/Interpretation Self-Assessment Workbook using the standards found in Standards for Saskatchewan Museums 2016 as indicators. This project can be completed in person and/or online.

Project Scope:
Using the predetermined standards, the consultant will create a workbook that specifically focuses on Museum Education and Interpretation programs, including public programming, school programming, research, publications, community engagement, and social media. The consultant will use the standards to create a uniform Performance Indicator for each standard. The workbook is estimated to be approximately 50-75 pages long at completion.

The workbook will also include:
• Introduction to the Program
• Gold, Silver and Bronze Indicators for each pre-determined standard
• List of suggestions on how museums can improve themselves and achieve the highest indicator level for each standard.
• Tips and Hints for each Section
• List of unacceptable practices.
• Glossary of Terms
• List of Further Resources

This project is the third section of a five-part self-assessment workbook series that is being created by the Museums Association of Saskatchewan. The Self-Assessment Workbooks are being create to help our members to self-identify their strengths and weaknesses and develop and execute plans for improvement. The first two workbooks in the series focused on Collections Management and Exhibits. Both publications will be provided to the chosen candidate as reference guides for the development of this upcoming Education/ Interpretation Self-Assessment Workbook.

Qualifications:
• Completion of a post-secondary degree or certificate in museum studies or a related discipline, in addition to a minimum of 2 years related work experience preferably in a small, local museum environment and/or in an Education/ Interpretation Department
• Demonstrated research, collections and project management skills.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both in the spoken and written word.
• Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team environment with an ability to meet tight deadlines.
• High level understanding on Microsoft Office Suite.

 

How to apply:

Please forward your e-mailed cover letter and resume to:
Kathleen Watkin
Museum Advisor
Museum Association of Saskatchewan
advisor@saskmuseums.org

The Museum Association of Saskatchewan would like to thank all candidates for their submission. Only those individuals selected for an interview will be contacted. 

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Program Administator [Algonquin Park, ON] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=798  

Program Administator

    
 

Job Title:

 

Program Administator

 
 

Organization:

 

The Friends of Algonquin Park

 

Job Type:

Contract with possibility of full-time extension

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Algonquin Park, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

23-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

Immediate

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-06

 

Email:

resume@algonquinpark.on.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/foap/employment/

 
 

Salary:

 

Commensurate with qualifications and experience

 
 

Job Description:

 

The Friends of Algonquin Park (FOAP), a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to enhancing Algonquin Park’s educational and interpretive programs, is seeking a reliable, enthusiastic individual to provide program administration services.

Duties & Responsibilities:
• Assist with day to day operations of The Friends of Algonquin Park, carrying out directives of the General Manager
• Obtain and administer personnel grants
• Facilitate application for raffle licenses, acquisition of raffle prize donations, creation of raffle poster and tickets
• Record and transcribe minutes for Board Meetings
• Coordinate content for the annual newsletter
• Prepare event media ads
• Assist with the operation of the Bookstore and Nature Shop, especially during the summer season. Duties include providing information to Park visitors, processing Bookstore and Nature Shop sales and balancing sales remits
• Assist with the registration of Group Education Programs and Experience Algonquin Workshops
• Administer third-party print and web advertising requests
• Aid in the compilation and presentation of annual report data

Qualifications:
• Strong hands on working knowledge of Microsoft Office
• Detail-oriented, motivated self-starter
• Able to prioritize tasks and work independently
• Ability to multi-task and handle multiple ongoing projects
• Excellent writing skills
• Previous retail operations experience
• Experience in facilitating groups and workshops
• Professional customer service skills
• Possession of a valid Ontario Class G Driver’s License

Assets:
• Post-secondary education in business administration or equivalent work experience
• Previous not-for-profit, charitable and/or public sector experience
• Initiative and the ability to work effectively, both as part of a team, and independently
• Knowledge of Algonquin Provincial Park and The Friends of Algonquin Park
• Experience with non-profit charitable organization policies and procedures

Location:
• This position will be based out of the Algonquin Visitor Centre located 43 kilometres from the Park’s West Gate in Algonquin Provincial Park.

 

How to apply:

Submissions including a cover letter, resume and references must be received by email, fax, or mail by April 23, 2018:

General Manager
The Friends of Algonquin Park
Box 248
Whitney, ON K0J 2M0
Fax: 613.637.2138
Email: resume@algonquinpark.on.ca

While we appreciate all submissions, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

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Director of Communications [Regina, SK] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=801  

Director of Communications

    
 

Job Title:

 

Director of Communications

 
 

Organization:

 

MacKenzie Art Gallery

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Regina, Saskatchewan

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

30-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

TBD

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-06

 

Email:

jackie.martin@mackenzieartgallery.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.mackenzieartgallery.ca/

 
 

Salary:

 

The starting salary will be commensurate with education and experience.

 
 

Job Description:

 

As a member of the management team, this position critically contributes to long-term strategic planning for the organization, anticipating challenges and developing long-term opportunities and sustainability. In accordance with the Gallery’s Mission, Vision and strategic and business plans, this position plays a leading role in guiding the organization’s ongoing operations and evaluation, serving a leadership role in creating a positive work environment, enabling staff to contribute their best, and fostering an appreciation for the arts.

The Director of Communications (DoC) is responsible for the development, management, and evaluation of all the MacKenzie Art Gallery’s marketing and communications activities. By working across departments, this position is responsible for the realization of the MacKenzie’s brand and visual identity, while overseeing the development and implementation of marketing and communication strategies for local, regional, national, and international audiences. Working in collaboration with the CEO and staff, the DoC will design, execute, and assess comprehensive multi-year and annual marketing and communications strategies for the Gallery. The DoC is responsible for media and community partnerships, media relations, website, social media, special web projects, and print production.

 

How to apply:

HOW TO APPLY: This posting will remain open until the position is filled. Interviews will commence on April 13th, but only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted. The MacKenzie thanks all applicants for their interest.

Email: jackie.martin@mackenzieartgallery.ca
Please include “Director of Communications” in the subject line of all applications sent via email.

MacKenzie Art Gallery
Attn: Jackie Martin, Director of Finance and Operations
3475 Albert Street
Regina, SK S4S 6X6

Inquiries regarding this position can be directed to Jackie Martin, Director of Finance & Operations, at (306) 584-4250 ext. 4275.

The successful candidate must submit a satisfactory Criminal Record Check prior to employment.
careers@pecounty.on.ca 

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Exhibition Manager [Regina, SK] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=803  

Exhibition Manager

    
 

Job Title:

 

Exhibition Manager

 
 

Organization:

 

MacKenzie Art Gallery

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Regina, Saskatchewan

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

30-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

TBD

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-06

 

Email:

jackie.martin@mackenzieartgallery.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.mackenzieartgallery.ca/

 
 

Salary:

 

$62,915 to $71,496

 
 

Job Description:

 

The Exhibition Manager is responsible for coordination of exhibition logistics, planning and production and supervising preparatorial staff. In consultation with Executive Director & CEO, Director of Programs, Head Curator, management team, curatorial and other program staff, responsible for the coordination and scheduling, production and installation of all exhibitions presented in the Gallery, ensuring that the vision of the artist and curator is fulfilled; and to ensure that the program aligns with the Gallery’s Vision, Mission and brand identity.
Ensure that works of art are handled within the Museum Standard guidelines.
Supervise permanent and casual preparatorial staff.

 

How to apply:

The posting will remain open until the position is filled. Interviews will begin after April 13, 2018. Only those to be interviewed will be contracted.

The MacKenzie Art Gallery thanks all applicants for their interest in the Gallery.

Email: jackie.martin@mackenzieartgallery.ca
Please include “Exhibition Manager” in the subject line of all applications sent via email.
MacKenzie Art Gallery
Attn: Jackie Martin, Director of Finance & Operations
3475 Albert Street
Regina, SK S4S 6X6 

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Student Researcher [Welland, On] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=804  

Student Researcher

    
 

Job Title:

 

Student Researcher

 
 

Organization:

 

City of Welland Heritage Advisory Committee

 

Job Type:

Summer student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Welland, Ontario

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

07-MAY-2018

 

Job Start Date:

21-MAY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-06

 

Email:

info@wellandheritage.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://www.welland.ca/Heritage/index.asp

 
 

Salary:

 

$15.00/hr

 
 

Job Description:

 

The student researcher will assist the City of Welland Heritage Advisory Committee with assessment of properties in the City with potential cultural heritage value or significance.The candidate will conduct a survey of all properties in the municipality using online and on site assessments, photographs and basic historical research to determine those that have possible heritage significance and use this to create a database of "Properties of Interest" that will help guide the Committee in selecting properties for further research and possible designation under the Ontario Heritage Act.

This position will be of interest to post secondary students whose studies fall into one of the following areas: cultural heritage management, history, urban and regional planning, art history, museum studies, or municipal management. The candidate should be proficient in computer programmes WORD, Excel and Outlook and have some experience and skill in photography. The candidate must have an advanced knowledge of spoken and written English and should have a basic reading knowledge of French. Ideally, the candidate will have a valid driver's licence and use of their own vehicle, however public transportation is available.

The student will need to present proof that they meet all YCW eligibility requirements.

Welland is a city of 50,000 centrally located in the Niagara Region with a culturally diverse population and one of the largest percentages of French speaking residents in southern Ontario.

 

How to apply:

Candidates should submit a resume and short cover letter addressed to the Secretary, City of Welland Heritage Advisory Committee by email to info@wellandheritage.ca. Deadline for applications is May 7, 2018. 

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Collections & Exhibitions Technician [Dundas, On] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=809  

Collections & Exhibitions Technician

    
 

Job Title:

 

Collections & Exhibitions Technician

 
 

Organization:

 

Dundas Museum & Archives

 

Job Type:

Summer student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Dundas, Ontario

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

27-APR-2018

 

Job Start Date:

14-MAY-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-04-06

 

Email:

luke@dundasmuseum.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://dundasmuseum.ca/were-hiring-collections-exhibitions-technician/

 
 

Salary:

 

$14/hour

 
 

Job Description:

 

This is a unique opportunity to join a small, curatorial and collections management team working to build and expand resources and opportunities for the local community. We are seeking an individual who has an interest in the collections management, exhibition, and conservation of a local history museum’s permanent collection. The candidate must be passionate about public access to collections and historical research.

Dates: May 14 – August 3, 2018
Hours: 9:30am – 4:30pm, Monday to Friday (6.5 hours per day)
Hourly rate: 14.00/hour + mandatory employer benefits
Location: Dundas Museum and Archives
139 Park Street West, Dundas, Ontario, L9H 1X8
905.627.7412
mail@dundasmuseum.ca
www.dundasmuseum.ca

Job Description:

• Build an inventory of artifacts, documents, and digital records within the collection related to the museum’s feature summer exhibition (“Finding Your Way: Maps of Dundas”) and fall exhibition (tentatively titled “Artists of Dundas and Hamilton”)
• Research topics, themes, people, and places as defined by the interpretive plan for each exhibition. Draft and edit exhibition text panels, and assist in the preparation and installation of artifacts.
• Create or update digital records in the Collections Management database based on existing accession documents and additional research.
• Photograph artifacts and documents, edit the photographs, and attach the files to the appropriate records in the Collections Management database.
• Greet museum visitors and respond to their inquiries as required.

Qualifications and skills:

A student who meets the Young Canada Works Summer Work Experience program criteria from a university or college program in museum studies, archival studies, library and information science, records management, history, public history or equivalent.

As well you should have the following skills:

• Strong attention to detail and ability to work independently.
• Experience researching in and writing about Canadian history
• Experience working in a museum, archives or library environment.
• Strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Adobe Creative Cloud, Collections Databases).
• Familiarity with scanning, photo editing, and data entry.
• Strong organizational, problem solving, interpersonal and communication skills.
• Fluency in English.

The successful candidate must meet the Young Canada Works Summer Work Experience program criteria:

• be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident, or have refugee status in Canada. (Non-Canadian students or graduates holding temporary work visas or awaiting permanent status are not eligible.)
• be legally entitled to work in Canada.
• be between 15* and 30 years of age at the start of employment (*where permissible under provincial/territorial labour laws).
• meet the specific eligibility criteria of the program to which you apply.
• be registered in the YCW online candidate inventory.
• be willing to commit to the full duration of the work assignment (minimum 30 hours a week).
• not have another full-time job while employed in a YCW job.
• have registered as a full-time* student in the semester preceding the YCW job (*as defined by their educational institution).
• intend to return to full-time studies* in the semester immediately following the YCW summer job.

In addition, the candidate must be registered in the Young Canada Works inventory.

The Dundas Museum & Archives is located in Dundas, Ontario a community within the City of Hamilton. Dundas is home to quiet tree-lined streets, historic 19th century buildings, arts, culture, recreation and over 100 shops, restaurants and services nestled in the heart of picturesque Dundas Valley. Nearby attractions include the Dundas Valley School of Arts, the Carnegie Gallery, Cootes Paradise, the Bruce Trail and the Royal Botanical Gardens. For more information, visit downtowndundas.ca and tourismhamilton.com.

 

How to apply:

Please forward your resume with cover letter to Luke Stempien, Collections & Exhibitions Manager via email to luke@dundasmuseum.ca.

Applications must be received by 4:00pm on April 27, 2018.

The Dundas Museum and Archives is committed to transparent, fair, and accessible employment practices and invite applications from all the Government of Canada’s job equity groups.

When notified we will take reasonable steps to accommodate people with disabilities during the recruitment and assessment processes and when people are hired, including but not limited to ensuring application processes are easily accessed by support devices and ensuring that interviews are conducted in a location that permits use of any assistive devices that the applicant may require.

Information gathered will only be used for candidate selection purposes.

We thank all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Community Services Assistant 3 - Archives Collections Assistant [Surrey] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=815  

Community Services Assistant 3 - Archives Collections Assistant 

    
 

Job Title:

 

Community Services Assistant 3 - Archives Collections Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

City of Surrey

 

Job Type:

Temporary

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Surrey, BC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

25-Apr-2018

 

Job Start Date:

TBD

Email:

humanresources@surrey.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.surreycareers.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

TBD

 
 

Job Description:

 

As one of the fastest growing cities in Canada, City of Surrey is a globally recognized leader in building vibrant, sustainable communities through technology and innovation.

City of Surrey employees are talented innovators, inspired by meaningful work and the opportunity to drive our city—and their careers—forward. Build a City. Build a Future at the City of Surrey

SCOPE
The Community Service Assistant 3 (Archives Collections Assistant) will assist the Archivist to make collections more publicly accessible through the digitization and description of archival records. All archival descriptions will be entered into the MINISIS database and made available to the public through Heritage Services’ SAMOA (Surrey Archives & Museum Online Access) search engine. The successful candidate will also assist with outreach events and reference services.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Surrey Heritage Services is seeking an enthusiastic Archives Collections Assistant who is interested in contributing to the rapidly growing and diversified community of Surrey. The Archives Collections Assistant will:
•Digitize, research and describe archival records of various mediums;
•Enter all descriptions in the MINISIS database and make available to the public in-person in the Archives Reference Room and online through SAMOA;
•Assist in reference services, public programming and outreach events.

QUALIFICATIONS
The successful candidate will be selected based on their education, experience and skills related to the job.
•Completion of post-secondary courses in history, archival research or records management are an asset;
•Work experience within a cultural heritage facility is favourable, along with training and experience in archival description;
•Valid driver’s license, with a safe driving history;
•Current Standard First Aid and CPR certificates (or acceptable equivalent).
•Start & End Dates:
•Grant 1: June 5 to October 20, 2018
•Grant 2: October 23, 2018 to March 16, 2019
•Days of Position: Tuesday – Saturday
•Hours of Position: 10am – 5pm
This position is supported by Heritage Canada's Young Canada Works (YCW) Building Careers in Heritage. The position is contingent on Federal Government Grant funding. Successful candidates much meet the criteria set forth by the grant program, including:
•Must have graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution within the last 24 months;
•Be between 16 and 30 years of age at the start of employment;
•Are an unemployed or underemployed college or university graduate, and will not have another full-time job (over 30 hours a week) while employed with this position.
•To find out more, visit: http://canada.pch.gc.ca/eng/1459878161086.


If you are interested in this opportunity please apply at SurreyCareers.ca to Job ID 2050. Posting will remain online until the April 25, 2018

 
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Museum Assistant [Kingston] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=822  

Museum Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Museum Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

Frontenac County Schools Museum

 

Job Type:

Summer Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Kingston, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

15-May-2018

 

Job Start Date:

03-Jul-2018

Email:

fcschoolsmuseum@gmail.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.fcsmuseum.com

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00 hourly

 
 

Job Description:

 

Museum Assistant
Frontenac County Schools Museum
414 Regent Street Kingston, ON

This position provides an opportunity for students to become familiar with working in a Museum setting by assisting the Curator in researching, developing, organizing and implementing new exhibits; enhancing permanent exhibits; cataloging artifacts; and researching new outreach programmes. The student will learn about the care and organization of the Museum's collection to preserve it for future research, exhibits, and the public’s enjoyment. Students will scan and digitally prepare photos of artifacts and documents to enhance the quality of our collections so that we may better share them with the public. The student may also be responsible for updating the museums social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram and answering emails.
Other duties include answering inquiries from the public, assisting in public programs, and some light cleaning of the museum.

Qualifications
Post–secondary education and or/experience in the following fields is desirable: Education, Museum Studies, History, Marketing.

Position available dependent upon receiving Canada Summer Jobs grant.

Begin and End Dates: 3 July 2018 – 28 August 2018

Please email a cover letter and resume outlining your qualifications to fcschoolsmuseum@gmail.com
Be sure to list the job title you are applying for in the subject line.

 
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Museum Interpreter [Kingston] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=823  

Museum Interpreter

    
 

Job Title:

 

Museum Interpreter

 
 

Organization:

 

Frontenac County Schools Museum

 

Job Type:

Summer Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Kingston, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

15-May-2018

 

Job Start Date:

26-Jun-2018

Email:

fcschoolsmuseum@gmail.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.fcsmuseum.com

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.25 hourly

 
 

Job Description:

 

Museum Interpreter
Frontenac County Schools Museum
Kingston, ON

As the museum’s interpreter you will dress in the period costume of a turn-of-the-century school teacher during visitor hours. You will be responsible for greeting visitors, leading them on tours and giving a short presentation as the school teacher if required. Other duties include tracking visitor numbers, attending public programmes and outreach events. As well as light cleaning duties and carrying moderate loads.
A successful candidate for this position will be comfortable speaking to large and small groups of people, work with a range of audiences from young children to seniors and be able to answer general questions on the history of education in Ontario and Frontenac County in particular. Job specific training will be provided.

Qualifications
Post–secondary education and or/experience in the following fields is desirable: Historical Interpretation, Education, History, Drama, Museum Studies, Public Programming.

Position available dependent upon receiving Canada Summer Jobs grant

Begin and End Dates: 26 June 2018 – 21 August 2018

Please email a cover letter and resume outlining your qualifications to fcschoolsmuseum@gmail.com
Be sure to list the job title you are applying for in the subject line.

 
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Collections Assistant [Smithers] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=824  

Collections Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Collections Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

Bulkley Valley Museum

 

Job Type:

Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Smithers, British Columbia

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

29-Apr-2018

 

Job Start Date:

08-May-2018

Email:

curator@bvmuseum.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://bvmuseum.org/summer-employment/

 
 

Salary:

 

$13 hourly

 
 

Job Description:

 

DUTIES: The Assistant will primarily assist the Curator and Archivist with the completion of an ongoing Collections Accessibility project inventory of the Museum’s artifact and archival holdings which will include artifact cataloguing, artifact photography, archival arrangement and description, digitization of archival records, and updating database records. In addition to these primary duties the Assistant will also contribute to research and content development for museum exhibits and the delivery of visitor services including exhibit or other interpretation and/or assisting with delivery of special events, and/or assisting youth summer programming. The Assistant will assist with day-to-day administrative operations such as opening/closing the Museum, gift shop sales, etc.
QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred areas of study include university/college history, anthropology/archaeology, museum studies, library/archival studies, or a related field. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills. The candidate must be comfortable interacting with all segments of the public, including working with and supervising children and youth in an educational setting. Must have excellent research skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Word and Excel required. Familiarity with social media platforms, museum/archival database software, and/or photography considered assets. Previous experience in a museum/heritage environment or with educational/interpretive programming considered an asset. Must be fluent in English, written and/or oral communication in French or another minority language considered an asset. The Bulkley Valley Museum is an equal opportunity employer, and any student that wishes to apply and that meets the funding program eligibility criteria will be considered. ***Funder Qualifications: All Applicants MUST meet Young Canada Works (YCW) and/or Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) eligibility criteria.

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and resume by Sunday April 29th 2018 to:

Kira Westby, Curator
By email: curator@bvmuseum.org
By mail: PO Box 2615, Smithers BC, V0J 2N0
Or in person: BV Museum, 1425 Main Street, Smithers BC
Interviews will occur once funding for the position has been confirmed in late April or early May. Applicants must indicate in their covering letter that they meet the eligibility criteria. Applicants may apply to both available positions with the same covering letter and resume. Successful applicants may be asked to register a profile with Young Canada Works Candidate Inventory. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 
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Digitization Technician [Smithers] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=825  

Digitization Technician

    
 

Job Title:

 

Digitization Technician

 
 

Organization:

 

Bulkley Valley Museum

 

Job Type:

Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Smithers, British Columbia

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

29-Apr-2018

 

Job Start Date:

08-May-2018

Email:

curator@bvmuseum.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://bvmuseum.org/summer-employment/

 
 

Salary:

 

$13 hourly

 
 

Job Description:

 

DUTIES: The Digitization Technician will assist both the Curator and Archivist with increasing digital accessibility to the Museum’s artifact and archival holdings, furthering the progress of the Museum’s ongoing collections inventory and accessibility projects. Primary duties include creating searchable PDFs of archival documents using optical character recognition (OCR) software, implementing metadata standards, creating Rules for Archival Description (RAD) compliant item-level descriptions, updating database entries, and taking photographs of artifacts and oversized archival records. In addition to the primary duties, the Technician will assist with delivery of visitor services including engaging with visitors and archival researchers, exhibit and other interpretation, and/or assisting with delivery of special events and youth programming. The Technician will assist with day-to-day administrative operations such as opening/closing the Musuem, gift shop sales, etc.
QUALIFICATIONS:Preferred areas of study include university/college history, anthropology/archaeology, museum studies, library/archival studies, or a related field. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills. The candidate must be comfortable interacting with all segments of the public, including working with and supervising children and youth in an educational setting. Must have excellent research skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Word and Excel required. Familiarity with social media platforms, museum/archival database software, and/or photography considered assets. Previous experience in a museum/heritage environment or with educational/interpretive programming considered an asset. Must be fluent in English, written and/or oral communication in French or another minority language considered an asset. The Bulkley Valley Museum is an equal opportunity employer, and any student that wishes to apply and that meets the funding program eligibility criteria will be considered. ***Funder Qualifications: All Applicants MUST meet Young Canada Works (YCW) and/or Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) eligibility criteria

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and resume by Sunday April 29th 2018 to:

Kira Westby, Curator
By email: curator@bvmuseum.org
By mail: PO Box 2615, Smithers BC, V0J 2N0
Or in person: BV Museum, 1425 Main Street, Smithers BC

Interviews will occur once funding for the position has been confirmed in late April or early May. Applicants must indicate in their covering letter that they meet the eligibility criteria. Applicants may apply to both available positions with the same covering letter and resume. Successful applicants may be asked to register a profile with Young Canada Works Candidate Inventory. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 
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Collections and Exhibitions Assistant [Aurora] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=826  

Collections and Exhibitions Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Collections and Exhibitions Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

Aurora Historical Society

 

Job Type:

Summer Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Aurora, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

30-Apr-2018

 

Job Start Date:

13-May-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

16-Apr-2018

 

Email:

erika.mazanik@aurorahs.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.aurorahs.com

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00 hourly

 
 

Job Description:

 

The Aurora Historical Society is seeking a Collections and Exhibitions Assistant to assist staff at Hillary House National Historic Site with our 2018 inventory and accessioning project and the installation of exhibits. This position will provide valuable experience for those considering a career in history, museum studies, collections, or archives.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Assist the curator with tasks relating to collections, collections management and exhibitions.
Conduct artifact and archival cataloguing
Complete database entry,
Execute historical research using both primary and secondary sources
Support the research and installation of museum exhibitions.
Assist museum staff with other responsibilities as needed

Qualifications:

Currently enrolled and returning to post-secondary studies in a related field, such as Education, History, Anthropology, Museology, or Canadian Studies
Previous experience working with the public in a structured setting, in a paid and/or volunteer capacity
Candidate must be between the ages of 15-29 and legally entitled to work in Canada
Please note that Hillary House is open Thursday to Sunday, please be prepared to work weekends and some evenings
Must possess or be willing to train for Standard 1st Aid & CPR
Must possess or be willing to obtain a Vulnerable Sectors Screening
Strong interpersonal skills
Computer skills
Able to take initiative and work independently as well as in a team setting

Additional Information:

This position is dependent on funding through Canada Summer Jobs. Only successful candidates will be contacted.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Erika Mazanik, erika.mazanik@aurorahs.com

 
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Programming and Events Assistant [Aurora] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=3D7C6AB14466F3EFFAFDECF8BBB557E5?careerId=827  

Programming and Events Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Programming and Events Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

Aurora Historical Society

 

Job Type:

Summer Student

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Aurora, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

30-Apr-2018

 

Job Start Date:

13-May-2018

 

Date Posted:

 

16-Apr-2018

 

Email:

erika.mazanik@aurorahs.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.aurorahs.com

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00 hourly

 
 

Job Description:

 

The Aurora Historical Society is seeking a Programming and Events Assistant to assist staff at Hillary House National Historic Site with creating and running programs and events throughout our 2018 season. This position will provide valuable experience for those considering a career in history, museum studies, education, or event planning.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Assist the Education, Programming, and Outreach Officer, with various tasks relating to public programming, school programs, special events, public tours, and children's activities
Develop programs and activities including determining the resources needed, set up/take down and engage with visitors
Deliver activities for public program days (e.g. Doors Open, Aurora Street Festival)
Assist museum staff with other responsibilities as needed

Qualifications:

Currently enrolled and returning to post-secondary studies in a related field, such as Education, History, Anthropology, Museology, or Canadian Studies
Previous experience working with the public in a structured setting, in a paid and/or volunteer capacity
Candidate must be between the ages of 15-29 and legally entitled to work in Canada
Please note that Hillary House is open Thursday to Sunday, please be prepared to work weekends and some evenings
Must possess or be willing to train for Standard 1st Aid & CPR
Must possess or be willing to obtain a Vulnerable Sectors Screening
Strong interpersonal skills
Computer skills
Able to take initiative and work independently as well as in a team setting

Additional Information:

This position is dependent on funding through Canada Summer Jobs. Only successful candidates will be contacted.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Erika Mazanik, erika.mazanik@aurorahs.com

 
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