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Young Canada Works Summer Positions

Whistler Museum Employment Opportunities for Students 
June 3 – August 30

Collections Coordinator (full time position)
Working with the Collections Manager, the Collections Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the archives and artiface management and collection related projects, such as accessioning, cataloging, record keeping and indexing archives and artifacts.  The Collections Coordinator will also complete small cataloging projects, assist with collections storage and take part in digitizing archival material and handling research requests.  Must qualify under the Government of Canada's Young Canada Works in Heritage Program, administered by the Canadian Museums Association (CMA). 

For more information about the position click here.

Resumes will be accepted until May 23rd, 2019.  Please forward resumes with cover letters to: Mr. Brad Nichols at curator@whistlermuseum.org.

Museum Program Coordinator (full time position)
The Museum Program Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of museum summer programs and marketing activities, as well as assisting with program content development and events.  Must qualify under the Government of Canda's Young Canada Works in Heritage Program, administered by the Canadian Museum Association (CMA).

For more information about the position click here.

Resumes will be accepted until May 23rd, 2019.  Please forward resumes with cover letters to: Mr. Brad Nichols at curator@whistlermuseum.org.


Discover Nature


Discover Nature Interpreters & Lead Hand (full and part time positions)
The main role of the Discover Nature team is interpreting nature at the Whistler Museum's "pop up" museum at Lost Lake Park during July and August, Monday - Friday.  Positions run from June 25 to August 30.

These positions are great opportunities for anyone interested in learning more about Whistler's amazing nature while gaining experience in nature and ecology, as well as interpretation and leadership.  Training will be provided.

Deadline June 1: Please send a cover letter, resume and if you are eligible for federal student funding to: Kristina Swerhun at DiscoverNature@WhistlerMuseum.org.

Find more information about this posting here.


Nature Walking Tour Guide (casual postiitons)
We are looking for guides to lead our one hour Nature Walking Tours at Lost Lake.  They run daily at 11 am by donation through June, July and August.  This position is suited to anyone who wants to increase their knowledge of nature and share it with visitors and locals alike.

Deadline May 17: Please send a letter of interest to: Kristina Swerhun at DiscoverNature@WhistlerMuseum.org.

Find more information about his posting here.


Volunteer

Interested in volunteering with the Whistler Museum? Gain valuable experience in a museum setting while enjoying the perks of being a volunteer, including a newsletter and entry to events. We have a variety of roles for volunteers, including helping with events and assisting in the archives.

See current volunteer positions
here


Fill out an application form here

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