Primary duties: The successful candidate will, under the direction of the Executive Director,
Other job duties may include, but are not limited to: policy development and implementation, providing museum and archival services to the public, leading programs on and off site, responding to research requests, grant proposal writing, program development, representing the Society at public functions, marketing and promotion (including social media, generating newsletters, preparing posters, etc.), gift shop inventory and sales, maintaining membership program, building maintenance and housekeeping as needed, administrative support, board and/or committee support, front-of-house duties.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have completed a post-secondary degree with a post graduate certificate in Cultural Heritage Studies, and have had considerable experience working in the heritage sector. They will exhibit strong organizational and social skills, responsibility and reliability, attention to detail, a positive attitude, adaptability, and a willingness to learn. They must have strong computer literacy skills, strong interpersonal skills, and exceptional written and oral communication skills. Experience with PastPerfect collections software is a requirement, and a background in education would be an asset.
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