- Program stream: Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations
- Job title: Actor/Interpreter
- Organization name: The Fort Museum of the North West Mounted Police and First Nations Interpretive Centre
- Job location: Fort Macleod, Alberta
- Length of assignment: 2017-05-01 to 2017-07-01 (9 weeks)
- Hourly wage: $12.75
Location: Fort Macleod, Alberta
Wage: $12.75/hour for 35 hours/week
Start Date: May 1nd to July 1st, 2017
Job Description: 8 actor/interpreters required for the program “The Red Coats are Coming” at the Fort Museum of the North West Mounted Police in Fort Macleod, Alberta.
Must be a reliable, self motivated, outgoing team player who enjoys working with children and the visiting public. Interest in the history of the Fort Macleod area and working in a museum setting would be an asset. We have a fun, rewarding employment opportunity for you! Acting experience preferred but not required. Because we are working with children, a police back ground check is required for all positions.
Located in the vast foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Macleod is centrally located to many great adventures. World Unesco site, Waterton International Peace Park is just over an hour south and offers a variety of activities. Two cities offer a variety of entertainment choices if the city scene is more to a person’s taste. Calgary is an hour and a half north, and Lethbridge is only 30 minutes to the east. There you can find an excellent entertainment scene and a variety of performing arts, movie and professional sporting events to enjoy. The surrounding area is alive with summer activities such as rodeo’s, sightseeing, boating, horseback riding, and fishing, cycling and jogging. There are also may attractions within an hour’s drive in any direction, such as, another World Unesco Site – Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump (http://www.head-smashed-in.com) , Frank Slide Interpretive Centre (http://www.frankslide.com ), Remington Alberta Carriage Centre (http://www.remingtoncarriagemuseum.com ), Bellevue Mines (http://www.crowsnestguide.com/bellevuemine ), Galt Museum (http://www.galtmuseum.com ), Great Canadian Barn Dance (http://gcbd.ca )and our own Historic Empress Theatre (http://www.empresstheatre.ab.ca ).
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