Program Developer (Young Canada Works Position)
Job Type: Full Time, Student
Start Date: 2021-06-02
Minimum Education: High School
Positions Available: 1
NOC Group: Technical Occupations Related to Museums and Art Galleries (5212)
NOC Job Title: Heritage Interpreter
Expires in 20 days
Last Updated: 2021-03-31
Job Number: 665180
719 Track Street West
PO Box 3018
Revelstoke, British Columbia
V0E 2S0, Canada
The Revelstoke Railway Museum is hiring a Programming Summer Student for the summer of 2021 to create 2 education programs for the Museum’s delivery to local school groups.
This is a Young Canada Works (YCW) position and candidates must be enrolled in the YCW program. This position is subject to funding approval.
- Research British Columbia curriculum and identify areas where the museum’s content can be linked strongly to curriculum requirements
- Consult with educators as appropriate and benchmark other transport and technology museums’ educational programming
- Select two different grades on which to base education programs
- Conceptualize and write two education programs that include: Detailed ‘agenda’ for delivery; Script; Worksheets/activities; List of necessary supplies; A one-page description of each program that can be distributed to educators for promotion; Select artifacts that enhance the learning experience
- Other tasks as needed may include: Visitor Services and Museum Store coverage;
The ideal candidate is a post-secondary student returning to their studies in September with an interest in museums and/or education. Areas of study may include history, science, the arts, early childhood education, or teaching.
- Strong computer skills, ideally with proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Strong written and verbal communications skills
- Demonstrated critical thinking, research and organizational skills
- Strong attention to detail
- The ideal candidate is inquisitive, organized, and self-motivated
- Positive attitude, maturity and flexibility.
All candidates must prove eligibility under the YCW program criteria prior to the interview process.
The Revelstoke Railway Museum is an equal-opportunity employer. Students from the Government of Canada's job equity groups are encouraged to apply and will be given due consideration.
Applicants should email a resume and cover letter to Laura VanZant at email@example.com with the subject line “Programming Summer Student Application” by May 1st, 2021.
This is an excellent opportunity to build marketable skills in a region known for its quality of life and recreational opportunities. Revelstoke is a welcoming community with a population of about 7,500 along the Columbia River in the beautiful setting of the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains. Revelstoke is an important tourism destination for culture, heritage and summer and winter recreation. The city has three public museums and an art gallery, and boasts world-class mountain biking, hiking and climbing, Nordic and downhill skiing, heli-skiing, and snowmobiling. Revelstoke also has two National Parks just outside of the city limits: Mount Revelstoke National Park and Glacier National Park, as well as several hot springs within short driving distance. For more information about Revelstoke, visit seerevelstoke.com
How to Apply
Contact: Curator Laura VanZant