The busy summer season is quickly approaching, and we are looking to fill several summer student positions and one internship. If you have a passion for giant prehistoric creatures, working outside, meeting and talking to people, delivering STEAM programs, and detail-oriented work, we have a fun summer planned for you!
We are accepting applications for the following positions:
The role of the Summer Programs Lead is to assist in the development and delivery of summer programs including education, summer camps, drop-in programs, and to support special events. They will lead a small team of programming staff and be responsible for coordinating public programs across departments. Click here for complete details.
The role of the Programs Assistant is to aid in the preparation and delivery of public programs for diverse audiences on the subjects of palaeontology, biodiversity, and the human heritage and history of Tumbler Ridge and the Peace Region. Weekend work is a requirement for this position. Click here for complete details.
The role of the Tour Guide is to escort individuals or groups through the museum gallery, and offsite sightseeing tours to places of interest including the Cabin Pool tracksite, the Wolverine River tracksite, and other areas, as developed by museum staff. The Tour Guide must have an interest in history, the outdoors, palaeontology, geology, or local biodiversity. Weekend and evening work is a requirement for this position. Click here for complete details.
The Tumbler Ridge Museum recognizes that Canadian museums have a responsibility to support a society that respects diversity and fosters accessibility, respect, and inclusion. We encourage applications that support a diverse and multi-talented workforce. Only qualified applicants will be contacted.
We know winter is coming, but we're trying not to think about it... Join us for one last summer party on Saturday, November 4th at 7 PM.
The Tumbler Ridge Museum is seeking a creative agency to develop a digital exhibition on the palaeontology, geology, biodiversity, and cultural heritage of Tumbler Ridge.
The TRMF is seeking a dynamic and dedicated individual to join our team in the position of Collections Manager.