Community Program and Outreach Coordinator
The Kronau Heritage Museum seeks a Community Program and Outreach Coordinator for summer employment commencing May 17-September 5, 2017 (30 hrs/week, 16 weeks, $16/hr).
a. To oversee the development and implementation of an age specific summer cultural children’s programs for the children of Kronau and surrounding area based on the exhibits and displays of the Kronau Heritage Museum. This will be 2 one-week programs with different course content each time.
b. To present an outline of program content and relevant supplies required to a member of the Museum’s Human Resource committee for approval before the program is promoted and/or delivered.
c. To purchase program supplies as required based on budget provided for each program and provide receipts for all purchases.
d. To provide these programs at the Museum, with a one week program delivered in July and a one week program delivered in August and to provide supervision of the participants in the program.
e. To provide the Kronau Heritage Museum with parent/children contact lists and photographs/images and completed photo release forms to help promote the program to the community, donors and sponsors.
f. To ensure that the program area is set up before the program begins and that the space and surrounding areas of the museum grounds are cleaned and all supplies/equipment put away at the conclusion of the program.
g. To create an inventory of supplies and equipment remaining at the end of the program.
h. To assist with the development of age appropriate activities for children and adults during the Museum’s Simple Fun Family Festival.
i. To deliver the “Museum In A Suitcase”, to schools, special care and seniors’ homes in the surrounding area during the period of this contract.
j. To ensure that the Museum, its artifacts, displays and assets are protected from damage and to set up/tear down the program leaving the space in useable/presentable condition at the conclusion of each class.
Candidates will be full time post-secondary students with excellent written and verbal English skills and eligible to participate in the Young Canada Works Program. The individual must have excellent interpersonal skills, ability to think creatively and work well as part of a team. The candidate should have familiarity with computers and basic office equipment. Experience with program development and evaluation would be considered an asset.
The individual should be able to create detailed records of work completed over the summer and provide written final evaluations of projects/programs initiated. An interest in history and demonstrated community involvement (paid or unpaid) would be an asset. Due to the location of this position, candidates must possess a reliable vehicle and hold a valid driver’s license.
Applicants should email a cover letter, copy of transcript (upon offer of employment) and resume/CV (including three references) to:
Kronau Heritage Museum
c/o Box 1
Kronau, SK S0G 2T0