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Historical Educational Interpreter
Job Posting Details
Job Title:
Historical Educational Interpreter
Company Name:
Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society
Black Mecca Museum
Job Number:
Closing Date:
06/10/2016 - 01:00 PM
Job Description:
The Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society is currently seeking a Summer Student Position of a Historical Educational Interpreter. This position will be responsible for: -planning and promoting tours for visitors of all ages -develop educational program for students of various ages -assist in the museum's archives when needed -work with the community to get family history into the archives -complete a summer project to be set out by the Executive Director -represent the museum at events within the community -development membership and volunteer involvement -develop in coordination with other employees and volunteers, special events -create videos and images to be used on various social media platforms
Qualifications & Education:
The ideal student would be a student in History, Education or Museum Studies, preferably with a background in Canadian History. A strong background with Social Media and Microsoft Office is an asset. The student must possess strong interpersonal skills as the position with be dealing with the public on a regular basis. A student with a love of history and great teaching skills will be ideal for this position.
Duration / Status of Position:
Job Start Date: 20 June 2016 Job End Date: 13 August 2016 This position is based on a Canada Summer Jobs. This means the Student must have attended school full time in the last session, and be returning to full time studies in September 2016.
Hours of Work:
30 hours per week $11.25 an hour Candidates may send Resume and Cover Letters to Samantha Meredith, Executive Director via email
Location Description:
Located in the Downtown Chatham Core, Once the “black man’s Paris” (Rev. R. Disney), the Chatham Kent Black Historical Society not only serves the local community of Chatham-Kent but many visitors from across Canada and the United States. The Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the history of Chatham-Kent’s Black Community and their influence across North America. Our organization aims to educate the residents of Chatham-Kent and visitors about the legacy left by the early Black pioneers and refugees who helped to build the city. For more information on the Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society and the Black Mecca Museum please visit our website,
How to Apply:
In Person:
Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society
177 King Street East
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