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Life Science Program Specialist- Royal Saskatchewan Museum 

 

Employment Type:  Permanent Part-time
Location(s):  SK--Regina and Area-Regina  
Ministry:  027 Parks Culture and Sport
Salary Range:  $20.631-$25.853 Hourly
Grade:  SGEU.05.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) requires a creative and responsible individual with excellent communication skills for the position of Life Science Program Specialist.  The successful candidate will represent the RSM's Life Sciences public programming within and outside the RSM.  This position will be required to work some weekends, facilitate presentations and lead tours both indoors and outside, and communicate in noisy surroundings. 
 
Key duties will include:
developing and delivering public programs for school workshops, special groups and the general public.
working with other RSM staff to help develop new exhibits, provide interpretation, information and instructions to visitors and train others on the delivery of Life Science public programs.
develop and maintain a live animal collection for use in programs and exhibits.
reaching out and contacting the science community and working with the RSM curatorial staff to further life sciences and sustainability studies at the Museum.
visitor reception duties, supervising galleries and public facilities and ensuring visitors observe rules of behavior.
Successful candidates will have a strong background in biology and the principals of interpretation/education, as well as an understanding of museum practices and structure. 

Typically this level of knowledge is obtained through post-secondary education in Biology, Environmental Studies, Museum Studies, B.Ed or equivalent, and experience in a museum setting or other public programming setting.  This position will be part of the Visitor Experience Team so customer service training and experience is an asset.  The successful candidate will share our core values which include: showing respect and integrity, serving visitors, excellence and innovation and acting as one team.  
We are committed to workplace diversity.
Hours of Work:  B - SGEU Field 37.33 - one day off every three weeks
Shift:  Variable
Travel:  Yes, 5 % of the Time
Criminal Record Check Requirement:  The successful candidate shall be subject to a Criminal Record Check, including a vulnerable sector query, as a condition of employment
Number of Openings:  1
Closing Date:  Oct 19, 2014, 11:59:00 PM
Questions about this competition? Contact:  StaffingTeamC@gov.sk.ca

 

Apply online here.


Earth Science Program Specialist: Royal Saskatchewan Museum 

 
Employment Type:  Permanent Part-time
Location(s):  SK--Regina and Area-Regina  
Ministry:  027 Parks Culture and Sport
Salary Range:  $20.631-$25.853 Hourly
Grade:  SGEU.05.


The Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) requires a creative and responsible individual with excellent communication skills for the position of Earth Science Program Specialist.  The successful candidate will represent the RSM's Earth Science and Paleontology public programming within and outside the RSM.  This position will be required to work some weekends, facilitate presentations and guide tours both indoors and outside, and communicate in noisy surroundings.
 
Key duties will include:
developing and delivering public programs for school workshops, special groups and the general public.
working with other RSM staff to help develop new exhibits, provide interpretation, information and instructions to visitors and train others on the delivery of Earth Science public programs.
reaching out and contacting the science community and working with the RSM curatorial staff to further paleontological studies at the Museum.
visitor reception duties, supervising galleries and public facilities and ensuring visitors observe rules of behavior.
Successful candidates will have a strong background in paleontology/earth science and the principals of interpretation/education, as well as an understanding of museum practices and structure.  Typically this level of knowledge is obtained through post-secondary education in Geology/Paleontology, Museum Studies, B.Ed or equivalent, and experience in a museum setting or other public programming setting.  This position will be part of the Visitor Experience Team so customer service training and experience is an asset.  The successful candidate will share our core values which include: showing respect and integrity, serving visitors, excellence and innovation and acting as one team.
We are committed to workplace diversity.
Hours of Work:  B - SGEU Field 37.33 - one day off every three weeks
Shift:  Variable
Travel:  Yes, 5 % of the Time
Criminal Record Check Requirement:  The successful candidate shall be subject to a Criminal Record Check, including a vulnerable sector query, as a condition of employment
Number of Openings:  1
Closing Date:  Oct 19, 2014, 11:59:00 PM
Questions about this competition? Contact:  StaffingTeamC@gov.sk.ca

 

Apply online here.


First Nations Program Specialist 

 

Employment Type:  Permanent Part-time
Location(s):  SK--Regina and Area-Regina  
Ministry:  027 Parks Culture and Sport
Salary Range:  $20.631-$25.853 Hourly
Grade:  SGEU.05.


The Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) requires a creative and responsible individual with excellent communication skills for the position of First Nations Program Specialist.  The successful candidate will represent the RSM's First Nations public programming within and outside the RSM.  This position will be required to work some weekends, facilitate presentations and guide tours both indoors and outside, and communicate in noisy surroundings.
 
Duties will include:
developing and delivering public programs for school workshops, special groups and the general public;
working with other RSM staff to help develop new exhibits, provide interpretation, information and instructions to visitors and train others on the delivery of First Nations public programs;
reaching out and contacting the Saskatchewan First Nations community and working with the RSM curatorial staff to further Aboriginal History studies at the Museum; and
visitor reception duties, supervise galleries and public facilities and ensure visitors observe rules of behavior.
Successful candidates will have a strong background in first nations cultures and the principals of interpretation/education, as well as an understanding of museum practices and structure. 

Typically this level of knowledge is obtained through post-secondary education in Aboriginal Studies, Archaeology/Ethnology, B.Ed or equivalent, and experience in a museum setting or other public programming setting.  This position will be part of the Visitor Experience Team so customer service training and experience is an asset.  The successful candidate will share our core values which include: showing respect and integrity, serving visitors, excellence and innovation and acting as one team.
This position is designated for qualified equity group members who self-declare in this online application, as identified in "diversity groups" below
Diversity Groups:  Aboriginal persons
Hours of Work:  B - SGEU Field 37.33 - work a total of 37.33 hours/week, averaged over 4 weeks
Shift:  Variable
Criminal Record Check Requirement:  The successful candidate shall be subject to a Criminal Record Check, including a vulnerable sector query, as a condition of employment
Number of Openings:  1
Closing Date:  Oct 19, 2014, 11:59:00 PM
Questions about this competition? Contact:  StaffingTeamC@gov.sk.ca

 

Apply online here .


Administrative Assistant- WDM North Battleford 

 

This is a one year-term position with the North Battleford Branch of the Western Development Museum. Under the general direction of the Branch Manager, the Administrative Assistant will be responsible for performing tasks and making recommendations relating to the Customer Service Department.

 

This position functions cooperatively with other members of staff and volunteers to develop and maintain all aspects of the front office and Gift Shop. All functions are carried out under the direction of the Branch Manager and in consultation with the administrative and financial departments located at the Curatorial Centre.

 

Minimum Qualifications

·      Relevant, recognized formal business administration training or equivalent experience

·      Cash management and reconciliation experience

·      Experience  in a supervisory or staff management roll

·      Must be able to accomplish assigned tasks independently 

·      Work cooperatively and constructively with others, or independently as required

·      Have physical abilities adequate for accomplishing all responsibilities

·      Willing to acquire any additional skills or museum training as needed

·      Computer literacy and knowledge of AccPac and POS systems

·      Exceptional ability to work with people, including a well-developed sense of diplomacy

·      Advanced oral and written communication skills

 

Detailed job description at http://wdm.ca/AboutUs/employment.htm

 

Applications must be received by12 noon, October 20th, 2014.  The Western Development appreciates the interest of all applicants, but only those individuals who are selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

Applications and questions may be directed in confidence to:

 

Joyce Smith, Manager

WDM North Battleford

Jct Hwy 16&40

North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada S9A 2Y1

Phone: 306 445-8033

Fax:     306 445-7211

jsmith@wdm.ca