The Britannia Mine Museum is currently recruiting for a Public Programmer. This is a 4-5 day a week, permanent position.
Based at this National Historic Site in Britannia Beach, the role of Public Programmer is to be responsible for implementing and coordinating public programs and activities at the Museum. The Museum is a key visitor attraction in the Sea to Sky Corridor and we pride ourselves on giving our 75,000 annual visitors a rewarding, enjoyable, engaging experience.
New to the Museum in May 2019 will be our new Mill Show attraction that will bring the historic Mill No. 3 back to life and give our guests an immersive look at what the Mill was like when it was operational. It is anticipated that our annual visitation will rise to 100,000 guests within three years.
We are looking for someone who has:
– Post-secondary level degree or certification. Areas of study may include Education, Museum Studies, Mining, Environmental Science, History, Geoscience, Arts or Parks and Recreation/Tourism.
– 3+ years of prior experience in a mid-level position in education, communications or event planning role, preferably within a museum or attraction setting
Full details can be found on https://www.britanniaminemuseum.ca/pages/employment
Closing date is Monday March 25.