Employment Opportunities


CURRENT POSITION(S) AVAILABLE

Website Development Intern


Start Date
May 1, 2018
Category
Local In-Office at the Lacombe Museum
Interns Needed
1
Organization
Contact Name
Marie Peron
Contact Phone
(403) 782-3933
Contact Email
info@lacombemuseum.com
The Website Development Intern will assist with the final stages of development 
of a new website for the Lacombe museums including finalizing design, content, 
layout, and site navigation. Specifically, they will assist with finishing the design 
of www.lacombemuseum.com and adding content about the museum's programs, 
collections and virtual exhibits. Using common Wordpress and sitebuilder templates, 
the intern will assist the museum in sharing the history and heritage of the Lacombe 
region online -helping the museum in its mission to raise awareness and provide 
access to Lacombe's history.

The successful candidate will work an average of 5-10 hours a week for a total of 
70 hours. Hours are flexible.

This is an unpaid position. A certificate is provided to the candidate upon successful 
completion of the internship.

Ideal for someone with course work in: 
Web Design and Development 
Communications 
Arts and Cultural Studies 
Digital Arts 
Design 

Some specialized skills required: 
Good Writing skills 
Knowledge of wordpress/ site builders 
Strong computer skills, 

What we will accomplish at the end of the Internship: 
Finalize design, content, layout, and site navigation 
Publish the website for a soft launch




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PREVIOUS JOB POSTINGS:

Museum & Archives Assistant

Start Date: May 1, 2018 to August 26, 2018

Schedule: 7 hours per day, 5 days a week. Candidates must be available to work weekends.
Workdays: May & June: Tuesday to Saturday; July & August: Wednesday to Sunday
Wage: $15/ hour

LOCATIONS: MICHENER HOUSE MUSEUM & ARCHIVES
LACOMBE BLACKSMITH SHOP MUSEUM

Positions Available: 4

Job Description: The Museum and Archives Assistant will help the Lacombe & District Historical Society deliver on-going cultural and tourism services and host special events during local Festivals at the Museums in Lacombe. Their duties include; welcoming and providing local tourism information to visitors, delivering guided tours and programs, creating and updating online content, and working in the archives.



Candidates must meet the eligibility criteria of the Young Canada Works Student/ Canada Summer job programs. Ideal candidates include post-secondary students pursuing studies in a related field and/or wanting to pursue a career in the culture and heritage and/or non-profit sectors. Strong customer service, computer and communications skills are required. Knowledge of any related heritage skills like spinning, knitting, and/or blacksmithing is an asset.

Due to the historic nature of our buildings, access to these buildings is limited and not wheel chair accessible. Ability to do some lifting (up to 50lbs) and climb stairs is also required.

HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to the Lacombe & District Historical society electronically to info@lacombemuseum.com or in person/ by mail to the Michener House Museum at 5036 - 51 Street Lacombe, T4L 1W2.

Applications will be accepted until suitable candidates are found for all available positions. 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. 

We thank all interested applicants! The Museum also has many volunteer opportunities that you can learn about on our blog at mhma3.blogspot.ca


Summer Collections Intern - Serving Communities Internship Program

Interns Needed:               2
Organization      Lacombe & District Historical Society
Contact Name   Marie Peron
Contact Phone  (403) 782-3933
Contact Email     maski@telusplanet.net

The Collections Intern(s) will assist with collections management projects at the Lacombe & District Historical Society. Specifically, they will be trained by the Museum's Director to learn cataloging procedures (document, describe, label, and store artefacts) and work hands on with artefacts donated to the museum and de-accessioned in 2017. One intern will specifically work towards de-accessioning 35 artefacts. Two interns will specifically work towards accessioning 20 intakes/or approximately 70 artefacts. The interns will all work hands on with museum artefacts in the collection. This work will assist the museum in meeting its mission to collect, preserve and interpret the culture and heritage of the Lacombe region. The students will learn how to work in a museum and archives environment (museum and archives policy and procedure) in addition to developing writing, research and oral communications skills. Each student will work an average of 7 hours per week for a duration of approximately ten weeks and complete a total of approximately 70 hours.

Ideal for someone with course work in:
Arts Administration/Management
History
Arts and Cultural Studies
Some specialized skills required:
Good oral and written communication skills
Research skills
Organizational skills

What you will accomplish at the end of the Internship:

Process 2017 artefacts; complete the accessioning of 10 intakes consisting of approximately 35 artefacts

Student Eligibility

To participate in the Serving Communities Internship Program (SCiP) and receive a $1000 award at the end of your SCiP internship, you must meet the following requirements. Before you apply for an internship, please carefully review the eligibility criteria to confirm that you qualify for SCiP.

NOTE: If you do not qualify but complete a SCiP internship anyway, the $1000 award will not be awarded.

Eligibility Criteria
You must be a post-secondary student living in Alberta.

You must be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or an international student with appropriate authorization as may be required from Citizenship and Immigration Canada to participate in SCiP. Currently, this is a valid study permit. (Up to 10% of SCiP internships can be filled by international students.)

During the academic year in which you begin your internship, you must have attended one of the 26 publicly-funded post-secondary institutions in Alberta.

You must be a part time or full time student in a degree, diploma, certificate, or graduate studies program at an eligible institution. Open studies, non-credit, upgrading, or continuing education students do not qualify.

You must be registered in and attending at least one class at an institution during the academic year in which you begin your internship (August 1st – July 31st) and you must be able to provide proof of enrolment indicating this. Please note, an acceptance letter, either conditional or full, from a post-secondary institution does not qualify you for the program until you have begun attending at least one class.

You are only able to receive one SCiP award per academic year (August 1st – July 31st).

You may not receive compensation other than the SCiP award for a SCiP internship. This includes a wage or honorarium.

You may not use a SCiP internship to meet an academic requirement or receive school credit. This includes using a SCiP internship for a course placement or practicum.

In order for an internship to qualify for an award, all internships must be approved by SCiP and be submitted by an eligible nonprofit organization.

If you have questions about your eligibility, please visit https://www.joinscip.ca/student-eligibility



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Exhibits Intern - Serving Communities Internship Program

Interns Needed:               1
Organization      Lacombe & District Historical Society
Contact Name   Marie Peron
Contact Phone  (403) 782-3933
Contact Email     maski@telusplanet.net

The Exhibits Intern will assist with exhibit development projects at the Lacombe & District Historical Society. Specifically, they will be trained by the Museum's Director to learn exhibit making procedures (research, writing, display creation).

The intern will work towards an exhibit about local First Nations (Treaty 6) history in the Lacombe region.

The interns may complete their work on site at the museum or at home, or at the library as much of it can be done on a computer and involves the use of internet research databases (such as Provincial and National Archives). This work will assist the museum in meeting its mission to collect, preserve and interpret the culture and heritage of the Lacombe region. The student will learn how to work in a museum and archives environment (museum and archives policy and procedure) in addition to developing writing, research and communications skills.

The student will work an average of 7 hours per week for a duration of approximately ten weeks and complete a total of approximately 70 hours.

Ideal for someone with course work in:
Graphic Design
History
Communications
Anthropology
Arts and Cultural Studies
Arts Administration/Management
Some specialized skills required:
Strong research and writing skills including knowledge of citation standards

What you will accomplish at the end of the Internship:
Develop exhibit panels and interpretive materials about local First Nations (treaty 6) history


Student Eligibility

To participate in the Serving Communities Internship Program (SCiP) and receive a $1000 award at the end of your SCiP internship, you must meet the following requirements. Before you apply for an internship, please carefully review the eligibility criteria to confirm that you qualify for SCiP.

NOTE: If you do not qualify but complete a SCiP internship anyway, the $1000 award will not be awarded.

Eligibility Criteria
You must be a post-secondary student living in Alberta.

You must be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or an international student with appropriate authorization as may be required from Citizenship and Immigration Canada to participate in SCiP. Currently, this is a valid study permit. (Up to 10% of SCiP internships can be filled by international students.)

During the academic year in which you begin your internship, you must have attended one of the 26 publicly-funded post-secondary institutions in Alberta.

You must be a part time or full time student in a degree, diploma, certificate, or graduate studies program at an eligible institution. Open studies, non-credit, upgrading, or continuing education students do not qualify.

You must be registered in and attending at least one class at an institution during the academic year in which you begin your internship (August 1st – July 31st) and you must be able to provide proof of enrolment indicating this. Please note, an acceptance letter, either conditional or full, from a post-secondary institution does not qualify you for the program until you have begun attending at least one class.

You are only able to receive one SCiP award per academic year (August 1st – July 31st).

You may not receive compensation other than the SCiP award for a SCiP internship. This includes a wage or honorarium.

You may not use a SCiP internship to meet an academic requirement or receive school credit. This includes using a SCiP internship for a course placement or practicum.

In order for an internship to qualify for an award, all internships must be approved by SCiP and be submitted by an eligible nonprofit organization.

If you have questions about your eligibility, please visit https://www.joinscip.ca/student-eligibility





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2017 SUMMER STUDENT JOB OPPORTUNITY

Job Title: Museum Assistant
Start Date: May 1, 2017 to August 27, 2017
Schedule: 7 hours per day, 5 days a week. Candidates must be available to work weekends.


Job Description: The Museum Assistant assists the Lacombe & District Historical Society to deliver on-going cultural and tourism services and host special events during local Festivals at the Museums in Lacombe. Their duties include; welcoming and providing local tourism information to visitors, delivering guided tours and programs, creating and updating online content, and working in the archives.


Candidates must meet the eligibility criteria of the Young Canada Works Student/ Canada Summer job programs. 
Ideal candidates include post-secondary students pursuing studies in a related field and/or wanting to pursue a career in the cultural, tourism and/or non-profit sectors. Strong computer and communications skills are required.

Due to the historic nature of our buildings, access to these buildings is limited and not wheel chair accessible. Ability to do some lifting is also required.
Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to the Lacombe & District Historical society electronically to maski@telusplanet.net or in person/ by mail to the Michener House Museum at 5036 - 51 Street Lacombe, T4L 1W2.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. The application deadline is Friday April 7, 2017.  Up to a maximum of 5 visitor services officers will be hired for the 2017 summer season depending on grants received by the society.

We thank all interested applicants! The Museum also has many volunteer opportunities that you can learn about on our blog at mhma3.blogspot.ca




SUMMER STUDENT JOB OPPORTUNITY

Job Title: Visitor Services Officer
Start Date: May 1, 2016 to August 31, 2016
Schedule: 7 hours per day, 5 days a week. Candidates must be available to work weekends.


Job Description: The Visitor Service Officer assists the Lacombe & District Historical Society to deliver on-going cultural and tourism services and host special events during local Festivals at the Museums in Lacombe. Their duties include; welcoming and providing local tourism information to visitors, delivering guided tours and programs, creating and updating online content, and working in the archives.


Candidates must meet the eligibility criteria of the Young Canada Works Student/ Canada Summer job programs.
Ideal candidates include post-secondary students pursuing studies in a related field and/or wanting to pursue a career in the cultural, tourism and/or non-profit sectors. Strong computer and communications skills are required.

Due to the historic nature of our buildings, access to these buildings is limited and not wheel chair accessible. Ability to do some lifting is also required.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. Applications will be received until the position is filled. Up to a maximum of 5 visitor services officers will be hired for the 2016 summer season depending on grants received by the society.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to the Lacombe & District Historical society electronically to maski@telusplanet.net or in person/ by mail to the Michener House Museum at 5036 - 51 Street Lacombe, T4L 1W2.

We thank all interested applicants! The Museum also has many volunteer opportunities that you can learn about on our blog at mhma3.blogspot.ca




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