The Board of Directors of the Dorval Museum of Local History and Heritage and the Dorval Historical Society are seeking candidates for the following position
Eligibility: Candidates must be between the ages of 15 and 30 (inclusively) at the start of employment; be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or a person who has been granted refugee protection under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and be legally entitled to work in accordance with relevant provincial and territorial legislation and regulations.
We are looking for a candidate who:
is studying in a field that will lead to a career in history, heritage;
is fluent in English and French, both written and spoken
is creative and detail-oriented
is able to work independently and in a group;
has excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
is able to deal with the unexpected and manage stress;
is familiar with Microsoft Office and digital file handling.
Previous experience in the fields of culture, heritage or museology is considered an asset.
Under the responsibility of the cultural officer, the guide-animator will work in an exceptional environment where nature and heritage meet. He/she will have the opportunity to learn about the history of Dorval through research in the archives of the Dorval Historical Society. He/she will also be able to share his/her knowledge with Museum visitors and Dorval residents during walking tours.
Welcome and animate visitors to the Museum (groups or individuals);
Answer visitors' questions in person and on the phone;
Manage individual and group reservations;
Compile attendance statistics;
Maintain the cleanliness of the premises and respect the integrity of the works and objects on display;
Participate in the creation of educational activities;
Offer guided walking tours;
Research and digitize archival documents of the Historical Society;
Complete other related tasks;
Interested candidates are invited to submit their CV as from now.
Carpooling is available.
Please send your resume to
Sara Giguère, Cultural Officer
The Dorval Museum of Local History and Heritage and the Dorval Historical Society are committed to the principles of employment equity and invite women, Aboriginal people, members of visible and cultural minorities, and persons with disabilities to apply indicating to which group they belong.
This job offer was made possible by a grant from the Canada Summer Jobs program, a component of the Youth Employment and Skills Strategy, which provides financial assistance to employers to encourage them to hire youth to help them obtain employment or career-related skills.