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Happy to announce the Bralorne Pub is opening soon!
We are looking for Cooks and Servers. If you’re interested please send a message to Katrinaa.email@example.com
The Bralorne Pioneer Museum Society is seeking a post-secondary student for summer employment from May 16th to August 26th, 2018. We are looking for a student to hire as our Heritage Museum Assistant for the summer months at the Bralorne Pioneer Museum in Bralorne, BC. The student will also be involved in other community Heritage sites, including the Boutlbee Memorial Church, Gold Bridge Cemetery, and the Haylmore Heritage Site.
This position is most particularly suited to a student in history, tourism, cultural or arts programs; however, all applicants planning to attend post-secondary education or training in Fall 2018 are welcome to apply. Applicants must have a keen interest in working with the public, and a passion for preserving and evoking the details of our local history.
The candidate will require computer skills with Word, Excel, and other basic computer programs. The candidate will be provided training with new software specific to the Historic Photographs Digitization Project, as well as conducting Museum tours. Assistance in finding suitable accommodation may be offered. Applicant would benefit from having transportation; however, it is not critical.
This position is 30 hours per week, Wednesday to Sunday.
The position has confirmed funding fromYoung Canada Works with Heritage Organizations.
Closing Date: May 6, 2018. Position may remain open until filled.
Interviews will take place by telephone and applicants are asked to submit a resume by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please phone 250 238-3534 with any questions.
Stone Mason need for restoration of Haylmore Heritage Site rock walls
The Bridge River Valley Community Association is seeking a stone mason with specialty and experience in dry stacked rock walls. The organization is seeking to restore the dry stacked rock wall, a character-defining element in the cultural landscape at the Haylmore Heritage Site.
A stone mason specializing in dry stacked rock wall construction/restoration will be hired.
A rock wall restoration workshop will be conducted as a community capacity building exercise and skill development. Local volunteers will have the opportunity to work with the stone mason expert for hands on training and to gain experience in maintaining the structure after restoration.
The stone mason expert will oversee the restoration project, ensuring the integrity of the character-defining element is maintained.
Originally, the tiered dry stacked rock wall was over 300 feet long and three feet tall against the east and north end of the property, the terracing created with dirt fill and leveled.
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Please contact BRVCA at (250)238-2534 or email@example.com
Applicants can apply with cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org