Nokomis & District Museum

Summer Heritage Interpreter

Closes March 27th, 2020

Reporting to the Education and Public Programs Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator and Education and Public
Programming Assistant, the Heritage Interpreter works in interpreting the Museum’s collection for the public
and developing summer programming in the Museum and for off-site community outreach. The Heritage
Interpreter will plan, prepare and facilitate three weeks of the Museum’s summer camps for children ages 7-10.
The candidate must be available to work the weekend of our largest community event - Pion-Era held on
July 11 & 12. Only students continuing full-time post-secondary studies in the fall semester will be considered.

• Become familiar with all aspects of museums, specifically the WDM Saskatoon.
• Update and present existing programs, activities and demonstrations.
• Plan and develop new programs, activities and demonstrations for all ages.
• Generate effective and creative ways to enhance public visitation.
• Assist with the Museum’s annual summer event.
• Assist in the delivery of our children’s summer camp.
• Assist and work in conjunction with the WDM Volunteer Coordinator.
• Become familiar with the Boomtown Photo Studio operations and provide assistance when needed.
• General office and other duties as assigned.

Approximately 16 weeks full-time term position: May 11 - August 28, 2020.
8:30 am to 5:00 pm. Shifts include weekday, weekend and occasional evening work.
Salary: $12.85/hour.

Learn more at

Apply to:
Heritage Interpreter Selection Committee
Western Development Museum - Saskatoon
2610 Lorne Avenue
By E-mail:

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