- Volet de programme : Jeunesse Canada au travail dans les établissements du patrimoine
- Titre de l'emploi : Museum Assistant
- Nom de l’organisme : La Crete Mennonite Heritage Village
- Lieu de l’emploi : La Crete, Alberta
- Durée de l'emploi : 2018-07-03 à 2018-08-31 (8 semaines)
- Salaire horaire : 14,00 $
2018 Summer Job Opportunity
LA CRETE MENNONITE HERITAGE VILLAGE
Box 791, La Crete, AB T0H 2H0.
Interested individuals may apply for this position by contacting Susan at (780)928-4447 or by emailing a resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This position is for eight weeks starting July 3, 2018 and August 31, 2018 (this will allow for some time off). Eight hours/day and five days/week at $14/hour.
Job Responsibilities will be:
- Assist with museum artifact inventory
- Bring museum documentation/cataloguing up to date
- Restore windows
- Assist with research and design of a new exhibit
- Fill in as museum tour guide as needed
- Other museum related tasks as needs arise.
QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE: Candidate must be 16 and have completed Grade 10 and have basic computer experience. An interest in history and artefacts would be considered an asset. Training will be provided on the job. Must have a drivers license.
Characteristics of Region:
La Crete is located in Northern Alberta - within the Mackenzie County – seven hours north of Edmonton via Hwy 88. The population in town is approximately 3500, and approximately 9000 including surrounding farming community. La Crete is predominately a Mennonite community. The main industries are farming, logging, and saw mills. The official language is English, but the locals speak a German dialect called “Plautdietsch. The town has all the necessary businesses to be self-sufficient, but lacks a hospital. The nearest hospital is a half hour drive north to Fort Vermilion. We do have a medical clinic with ambulatory care. We have an arena for hockey, bowling, and curling. There are three beautiful parks in town, walking trails, six campgrounds, several lakes, a nine-hole golf course, and a beach when the river is low. There are several community events each year: a Heritage Jamboree, a “Celebrate Canada” event, a Mud Bog, pro-rodeo, Fall Fair, RC Airplane Fun Fly, hockey and golf tournaments, and a Pioneer Day at the museum. We have six public schools, several private schools, and a Northern Lakes College to meet our educational needs. There are also many churches in the area. There are two museums in the Mackenzie County – The La Crete Mennonite Heritage Village and the Fort Vermilion Heritage Centre. Websites to visit are: lacretemuseum.weebly.com and www.mackenziecounty.ca and LaCreteChamber.com.
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