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Our team is growing and we’re looking for enthusiastic and dedicated individuals to help us achieve new heights!

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Part-Time Children’s Programs Coordinator

Reporting to the Programs Director, the Children’s Programs Coordinator will deliver museum-developed children’s programs and tours to school groups, daycares, and other child-focused groups targeting children and students from Pre-K to Grade 12. The incumbent also oversees the successful delivery of programming by School Program Interpreters led by staff and volunteers.

Facility Rentals & Event Specialist

Reporting to the Vice-President of Finance, Human Resources, & Administration and working closely with the President & CEO and Vice-President of Operations and Facilities, the Rentals & Event Specialist will support incoming rental and event requests, plan and stage successful events, collaborate with external event planners and guests, and prospect future clients.

Visitor Experience Agent (P/T)

Reporting to the Visitor Experience Manager, the part-time Visitor Experience Agent will greet museum guests, respond to inquiries, provide accurate information and customer experience while processing admissions, boutique sales, and other point-of-sale activities. The attendant will be highly knowledgeable about the museum’s collection, pricing/hours, and upcoming events.

Part-Time Archivist

The Part-Time Archivist will work under the direction of the Curator and is supported by the collections team. For the past three years, the Museum’s archival collection has been in deep storage while the new Museum was being constructed and has recently moved to our museum site. The Part-Time Archivist will assist in projects related to unboxing our collection and setting up a professional archival reading room.

INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING?

Since its inception, volunteers have been the lifeblood of the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada, committing hundreds of hours of dedicated service to help the museum’s transformation become a reality. 

The museum’s diverse volunteer force, composed of engineers, former members of the Royal Canadian Air Force, bush pilots, professional airplane mechanics, retired teachers, and from all walks of life, bring personal passion and expertise to their restoration and conservation work.

Our volunteer contingents work seamlessly with museum staff and have contributed to nearly all areas of operations within the museum.

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