Archival Assistant/Tour Guide

  • Volet de programme : Jeunesse Canada au travail dans les deux langues officielles
  • Titre de l'emploi : Archival Assistant/Tour Guide
  • Nom de l’organisme : Willow Bunch Museum & Heritage Society, Inc.
  • Lieu de l’emploi : Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan
  • Durée de l'emploi : 2017-05-15 à 2017-08-20 (14 semaines)
  • Salaire horaire : 13,00 $

Archival Assistant/Tour Guide


Post Secondary Student returning to school in the fall of 2017

Fluent in English and Intermediate French languages.

Strong interest in History & Culture - Heritage & Museums

Strong Oral and Communication Skills

Self-Motivated and Team Player

Knowledgeable on conducting research on the Internet

Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Programs: Excel, Word programs

Registered with Young Canada Works Program

2 References required

Details of job position:

Welcoming tourists and giving personal guided tours in both official languages.

Sharing information of the diverse multi-cultural history of our community.

Share the responsibility of the day to day operation of the Willow Bunch Museum and gift shop - Collecting admissions and gift sales, facilitating tours, answering telephone and taking tour bookings.

Organizing archival documents, Assist with Canada's 150th Celebration, Develop a bilingual pamphlet of a walking tour of Willow Bunch, Assist with the War Veterans display, Research and make bilingual information boards of the co-founder of Willow Bunch. and performing any other duties required by the Museum.

Term of Employment: May 15 to August 20, 2017

Wages: $13/hr - 40hr/wk including some weekends

Application Deadline: April 21, 2017

Submit Applications to:

Willow Bunch Museum & Heritage Society, Inc.

Box 157

Willow Bunch, SK

S0H 4K0

or email to

Our museum is set up in a heritage building itself built in 1914 which was the Sacred Heart Convent, we have two full floors and over 4000 artifacts on display. We receive approximately 2000 visitors from all over the world. One of our main attractions is the Willow Bunch Giant EDOUARD BEAUPRE who grew to an amazing height of 8 feet 3 inches tall. Our newly developed "First Habitants" room tells the story of our first Métis settlers, our co-founder Jean Louis Légaré and Sitting Bull.

Willow Bunch is one of the second oldest multi-cultural settlements in Saskatchewan check out the town website at and museum website and like us on Facebook.

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