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2015 Job Openings


Advancement Coordinator and Administrative Assistant

Job Title: Advancement Coordinator and Administrative Assistant
Supervisor: Executive Director and Director of Development
Post Date:  April 2015
FTE: 100%, year round
Status: Non-exempt (hourly rate)

The Advancement Coordinator and Administrative Assistant supports the Executive Director and Development Director in attaining the financial goals of the institution, communicating with the Board of Directors managing databases of grants and membership/donors, and supporting special events such as a golf tournament and cocktail receptions.  The position oversees the integrity and confidentiality of records of the Museum’s 600+ members and donors, and enters and acknowledges all donor and membership gifts and grants into the database and in the hard files.  This data-savvy professional coordinates membership renewal notices, processes gift acknowledgements, grant proposals and grant reports and other correspondence as needed.  Additional duties include preparing standard gift financial reports and producing mailing lists and processing mailings.  This position also assists in all aspects of the Executive Director’s activities by managing confidential information including Board materials and official correspondence.

Duties and Responsibilities

Qualifications, Job Requirements & Skills 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals who lack one or more of the following to perform the essential functions.

Education & Training

Experience

Skills

Working Parameters & Conditions

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Compensation

How To Apply

LCMM is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes resumes from individuals who will contribute to our diversity. Send resume and cover letter to Susan Jones, CFO,  at susanj@lcmm.org

 

 


 

Museum Ambassador

Job Title: Museum Ambassador
Department: Programs
Supervisor: Deputy Director

The Museum Ambassador’s main goal is to engage with neighboring establishments to encourage visitation to the museum’s Basin Harbor campus. The position will also involve interpretation to the general public, assisting with special events, and contributing to exhibit and general site enhancement and maintenance. The successful candidate will be knowledgeable or willing to learn Lake Champlain history and will be able to convey their knowledge and enthusiasm to visitors of all ages, walks of life, and learning styles.  We will train the right energetic, engaging, safety-conscious, team-oriented individual.

Duties and Responsibilities 

The LCMM Museum Ambassador will be responsible for:

Minimum Requirements

Compensation

Working Parameters & Conditions

Application Deadline

How To Apply

Please send a cover letter and résumé by May 1, 2015 to:
Erick Tichonuk, Deputy Director, erickt@lcmm.org

 

 


 

Ecology Programs Director

Job Title: Ecology Programs Director
Department: Programs
Supervisor: Program Director

Position Summary

The LCMM Ecology Programs Director has principal responsibility for maintaining and expanding LCMM’s On-Water Ecology programs. These include school field trips, youth summer programs, B-Wet teacher-training workshops and general public programs.

Among the vital tasks to be undertaken for the above programs are: assuring and reviewing safety protocols; promoting and growing the programs; supervising summer camp program staff, recruiting and supervising volunteers; creating and coordinating on-water projects with other staff; maintaining and developing relationships with client teachers and schools; and fundraising.

Duties and Responsibilities

The LCMM Ecology Program Director will:

Job Requirements

Education & Training Experience Skills/Attributes

Working Parameters & Conditions

Application Deadline

How To Apply

Please send a cover letter, résumé, and the LCMM Application for Employment by April 1, 2015 to:
Erick Tichonuk, Program Director, erickt@lcmm.org

 

 


History & Archaeology Youth Programs Instructor

Job Title: History & Archaeology Youth Programs Instructor
Department: Programs
Supervisor: Program Director

Position Summary

The LCMM History & Archaeology Youth Programs Instructor has principal responsibility for maintaining and expanding LCMM’s History and Archaeology Youth Education Programs. Currently this includes youth summer programs.

Among the vital tasks to be undertaken for the above programs are: assuring and reviewing safety protocols; promoting and growing the programs; supervising summer camp program staff, supervising volunteers; creating and coordinating projects with other staff; maintaining and developing relationships with other educators, historians, archaeologists and parents.

Duties and Responsibilities

The LCMM History & Archaeology Youth Programs Instructor will:

Job Requirements

Education & Training

Experience

Skills/Attributes

Working Parameters & Conditions

Full Time Seasonal Position Dates: June 8 – August 21

Application Deadline

How To Apply

Please send a cover letter, résumé, and the LCMM Application for Employment by April 1, 2015 to:
Erick Tichonuk, Program Director, erickt@lcmm.org


 

 


Camp Counselor: Lake History & Archaeology Adventure

LCMM is looking for counselors who want to work with kids, have a knowledge base in History and/or Archaeology and a contagious teaching energy. You must be motivated and able to work within a team as well as on your own. Counselors are responsible for implementing an active, hands-on, experientially-oriented program including physically demanding work, such as kayaking, canoeing, snorkeling, and some heavy lifting. On and in-water experience is important for all our counselors. This is a high-energy program where instructors spend long days working and teaching in a unique environment. Last but not least, it is the applicant’s responsibility to assure students stay safe while having an awesome and life enriching experience.

Full Time Seasonal Position
Dates: June 15th – August 19th 2015
Duties and Responsibilities:

Minimum Requirements:

Compensation

Based on educational background, skill level and work experience.

How To Apply

Please send a cover letter, résumé, and the LCMM Application for Employment by April 1, 2015 to:
Erick Tichonuk, Program Director, erickt@lcmm.org

 

 


Camp Counselor: Lake Ecology Adventure

LCMM is looking for counselors who want to work with kids, have a knowledge base in Ecology or Environmental Sciences and a contagious teaching energy. You must be motivated and able to work within a team as well as on your own. Counselors are responsible for implementing an active, hands-on, experientially-oriented program including physically demanding work, such as kayaking, canoeing, seine netting, snorkeling, and some heavy lifting. On and in-water experience is important for all our counselors. This is a high-energy program where instructors spend long days working and teaching in a unique environment. Last but not least, it is the applicant’s responsibility to assure students stay safe while having an awesome and life enriching experience.

Full Time Seasonal Position
Dates: June 15th – August 19th 2015
Duties and Responsibilities:

Minimum Requirements

Compensation

Based on educational background, skill level and work experience.

How To Apply

Please send a cover letter, résumé, and the LCMM Application for Employment by April 1, 2015 to:
Erick Tichonuk, Program Director, erickt@lcmm.org

 

 

 


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Employment Policy

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is an equal opportunity employer. Individuals are considered for employment and promotion solely on their ability and potential to perform the requirements of the position, without regard to race, color, sex, religion, age, citizenship, marital status, national origin or disability. It is the intention of Lake Champlain Maritime Museum to comply with all applicable federal and state laws with respect to fair employment practices.