Heritage Interpreter Term
Wile Carding Mill Museum is seeking Heritage Interpreters, who are friendly, and enjoy welcoming and guiding visitors through a heritage site. You would be good with large groups, enjoy multitasking, giving tours and answering visitor inquiries. Familiarity with Bridgewater history and/or fibre arts and ability to speak French would be an asset. Your professional approach would include reliability, punctuality and a positive attitude.
This is a term position beginning on or about May 28 and running until on or about September 17, 2018. The Heritage Interpreter provides basic visitor services and interprets the site and its collections, supervises public spaces, performs light maintenance and assists with reception, information services and gift shop operations. Hours of work will be approximately 35 hours per week which will include weekends and holidays. Applicants must be a high school graduate with demonstrated ability to work with the public; familiarity with local cultural, recreational or service resources; and be willing to wear a heritage costume.
Applicant must have CPR/First Aid training and be willing to submit to a security check.
Town of Bridgewater is an equal opportunities employer.
Submit cover letter and resume by 5 pm, May 11, 2018 to: firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off at DesBrisay Museum, 130 Jubilee Road, Bridgewater.