Mackinac Island State Park Commission: Mackinaw City and Mackinac Island, Michigan
Mackinac Island State Park Commission is now accepting applications for the position listed above.
Interested applicants should visit our website at www.mackinacparks.com and complete the application and send along a cover letter, resume and 3 professional references or contact Ken Fegan at 906-847-3328 or email@example.com with questions. Only candidates invited to interview will be contacted. Requirements listed below are not conclusive.
Application must be received by August 31, 2018
The interpretation coordinator works in the Museum Programs and Marketing unit of Mackinac State Historic Parks (MSHP), reporting to the deputy director. This position oversees interpretive programs at Fort Mackinac and the Historic Downtown Buildings, conducting research to ensure the authenticity and integrity of the programs. This position recruits, hires, trains and supervises Mackinac Island seasonal interpretation staff and interns. This position coordinates visitor evaluation, serves on MSHP project teams, researches and develops new exhibits and programs, and develops and manages special events. This position has general oversight of Mackinac State Historic Parks educational programs and serves as liaison between MSHP and educators.
Mackinac State Historic Parks is managed by the Mackinac Island State Park Commission (MISPC), an agency of the State of Michigan. This position is based in Mackinaw City. This is not a Civil Service position; it is an annually renewable 12 – month contractual position. This position includes benefits as stated in the MISPC Economic Benefits Guide for revenue bond employees. This position reports to the deputy director.
SALARY RANGE FOR THIS POSITION: $20.87 to $28.16 Full Benefit Package
RESPONSIBILITIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION):
Program Research and Exhibit Development
Prefer a master’s degree in Museum Studies, History or American Studies may substitute A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field with substantial additional interpretation/education experience in a museum may be considered.
Minimum two years of experience working as an interpretation supervisor, museum educator or interpreter. Minimum of one year of supervision of not less than five seasonal full-time staff and/or FT volunteers.
Experience in historic site interpretation. Knowledge and understanding of the philosophy, processes and techniques of historic site interpretation. Experience in research and writing. Knowledge of Great Lakes regional history.
Knowledge and experience in live interpretation techniques.
Knowledge of visitor service standards and practices in a large park or museum.
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APPLICATION PROCESS (Applications must be RECEIVED by August 31, 2018)
Interested candidates should visit our website at www.mackinacparks.com where you can view the positions job description and print an application to complete and send in with your material. You should also send: a cover letter, resume and list 3 professional references. If you have questions or to receive an application, please: Call Ken Fegan at 906-847-3328 or E-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on the MMA website 8/7.