We are asking that all visitors pre-book their visit to Huronia Museum by either phone or email.
If you are showing any symptoms or are arriving from your primary residence which finds itself in either a Red Zone or a Grey Zone, we are asking that you not visit the museum, in the interest of our community’s health.
Huronia Museum and Penetanguishene Centennial Museum really miss seeing each other and sharing all the neat things in their collections with one another. Staff at Huronia Museum thought would be a great idea to reach out to Penetanguishene Centennial museum and challenge each other to find an artifact every week that highlights the diversity of their collections for the community. Join us each week as we give each other special challenges to find the most interesting things in our collections!
Huronia Museum is currently hiring two students for up to 40 hours per week for contract positions running until March 31, 2021.
These positions are available thanks to Young Canada Works and the National Trust for Canada.
If you are interested or know a student who may be interested in gaining some safe employment experience in a museum for the next few months, please share our info with them. Resumes and inquiries can be sent to email@example.com.
We are hiring for the follow positions:
Position: Museum Animator
Huronia Museum and Huron Ouendat Village is seeking a dedicated and motivated individual with a keen interest in sharing their passion for history with others.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Completion of research to support the development of educational tools with consideration for social distancing measures and individual safety.
Clear communication of historical knowledge through created activities
Providing customer service in a professional manner, as some customer interaction on site, phone and via email will be required.
Adherence to safety precautions and measures
Position: Museum Maintenance Assistant
Huronia Museum and Huron Ouendat Village is seeking a dedicated and motivated individual with a keen interest in the human history of the greater Huronia region.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Cleaning and maintenance of the museum facility
Gardening or traditional and historic gardens
Assisting with the construction and/or renovations of exhibits
Maintaining historic site (Huron Ouendat Village)
Ensuring the safety of staff, volunteers and visitors by carrying out regular safety inspections with the maintenance manager
Following work orders
Providing proper curatorial care for artifacts in storage and from existing exhibits under the guidance of the curator and/or collections manager.
Assisting with the exhibit development process at in a regional museum
Taking part in training sessions as required
Providing customer service in a professional manner Adherence to safety precautions and measures