Biodiversity Interpreter and Outreach Presenter for Canada 150

  • Volet de programme : Jeunesse Canada au travail dans les établissements du patrimoine
  • Titre de l'emploi : Biodiversity Interpreter and Outreach Presenter for Canada 150
  • Nom de l’organisme : New Brunswick Museum
  • Lieu de l’emploi : Saint John, Nouveau-Brunswick
  • Durée de l'emploi : 2017-07-03 à 2017-09-01 (9 semaines)
  • Salaire horaire : 12,00 $

Biodiversity Interpreter and Outreach Presenter for Canada 150


The New Brunswick Museum strives to present a variety of public programmes directly related to New Brunswick’s Biodiversity. The Natural Science Division of the museum organizes annual BiotaNB activities in Protected Natural Areas of New Brunswick. This year BiotaNB is a partner in Bioblitz Canada 150. As well as being involved in BiotaNB, the YCW Biodiversity Interpreter will work in museum galleries and off-site presenting interactive stories and experiences to the public regarding New Brunswick’s past and current biodiversity as well as new discoveries.


A variety of teaching and storytelling techniques will be utilized in an effort to create memorable learning experiences for both the employee and the visitors. The candidate will present information to museum visitors and outreach participants through innovative gallery tours, demonstrations, experiments, crafting and baking activities, storytelling, and drama presentations.


University or college student who has completed at least one year of study. Field of study may include Education, Natural Science (including Biology, Chemistry, Botany, Geology, Environmental Science, and Environmental Geoscience), Indigenous Studies, Child Care, Theatre Arts, Fine Arts, Heritage, History, Public Relations, or related field. Excellent spoken French and English are required.

New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square, Saint John, N.B. E2L 4Z6 1-888-268-9595 www.nbm-mnb.ca , programs@nbm-mnb.ca

16 week position – 36.25 hours per week

$12.00 per hour

Job Start Date: May 8, 2016



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