BILINGUAL INTERPRETERS SUMMER 2019
The New Brunswick Museum (NBM) is Canada’s oldest continuing museum, with a history that can be traced back to 1842 and a mission to: collect, preserve, research, and interpret New Brunswick’s natural and cultural heritage.
Bilingual interpreters will work in NBM galleries and offsite interpreting New Brunswick heritage, culture, and natural science for the public. A variety of teaching techniques such as innovative gallery tours, experiments, demonstrations, creative activities, and storytelling will be utilized in an effort to create memorable learning experiences for all.
Candidates must be pursuing studies in a related field and possess a positive attitude, an enthusiasm for learning and teaching, as well as being highly self-motivated. Work will require interaction with people of all ages as well as giving presentations to large groups of children. Must be available to work weekends and some evenings.
How To Apply
Submit Cover Letter and resume by email, fax, or in person to Catrina Russell at:
Address: New Brunswick Museum
1 Market Square
Saint John, New Brunswick