To combine play with education, bridging the gap between school and home and attracting tourists through hands-on exhibits, programs, and outreach that celebrate art, science, technology, and the cultural fabric of Saskatchewan.
Reporting to the Visitor Services Coordinator, the Visitor Services Representatives are key members of the Visitor Services team and first point of contact for all visitors to Nutrien Wonderhub. Visitor Services Representatives are responsible for opening and closing the Museum, handling admissions and gift shop counters, maintaining exhibit spaces during open hours, cleaning spaces as needed and at end of day, helping visitors to navigate the Museum and exhibits, promoting programs and memberships, and assisting with bookings and reservations.
Visitor Services Representatives will have experience in customer service, retail, POS use, cash handling and cleaning. They are people oriented, adhere to policies and procedures, can work independently and in a team dynamic, and communicate well with other staff, volunteers and patrons.
These individuals support a kind, diverse and inclusive environment; a commitment to the positive growth and development of children; the ability to problem solve; and sensitivity to accessibility and inclusion barriers for marginalized children and families.
Multiple positions are being offered for part-time and casual roles.
These positions work weekdays, weekends and occasional evenings.
These positions will be located at the Nutrien Wonderhub site in Saskatoon.
Hourly Wage: $16 (Benefit coverage after three month probationary period for qualifying individuals)
Start Date: May 21, 2019
This position requires working with the following equipment: POS system, computer, debit machine.
The operating environment is such that staff may be required to work extra hours to meet the needs of the organization. While staff need to be flexible in their work schedules, the Nutrien Wonderhub is committed to providing appropriate time-in-lieu and/or compensation.
We work with children to promote a sense of discovery, creativity and exploration both indoors and outside. This sometimes involves facilitating fun in hot, cold, light, dark, quiet and loud environments. This position also typically involves sitting, walking, lifting, bending, kneeling and standing for periods. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform their duties.
If you feel that this position may be right for you, please submit a resume, cover letter and three professional references (including phone and email contact) to:
firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59pm April 15, 2019
Closes: April 15, 2019
Type: Part-Time, Casual