Are you up for a challenge?
Join Our Team!
Fort William Historical Park is hiring casual year-round staff and summer
students. All candidates must be able to work flexible hours, have excellent
customer service skills, a keen desire to learn something new, and the
ability to work both on your own and as a member of a team.
Small Engine Repairs/Labourer
Responsible for the maintenance and repair of small engines, both gas and
diesel, including hydraulic equipment. The candidate will also be
responsible for general labour duties such as grounds keeping and special
The candidate must have excellent communication skills, both oral and
written, excel in client service, and be proficient with Microsoft products
(Word, Excel, and Outlook). Additionally, the candidate will demonstrate the
ability to multi-task and must be self-motivated and solution-oriented.
French language is an asset.
Space Science & Astronomy Programmer
The candidate should have experience as a program instructor with all ages
of students as well as possess knowledge and experience with space science
theories and astronomy. Program creation and development is an asset.
(May – September 2013)
We are looking for students who can speak different languages or play the
bagpipes, fiddle or flute, have certification in Bronze Medallion, ORCA, and
First Aid or CPR. Additionally, experience with drama, public speaking,
living history, working with children, animal care, cash handling, office
work, and trades or equipment operation or a keen interest in history,
particularly Scottish, French Canadian, and Ojibwa heritage is preferred.
Apply today! Please send your cover letter and resume before Friday,
February 22, 2013 to:
Fort William Historical Park
1350 King Road
Thunder Bay, ON P7K 1L7
The Ontario Public Service is an equal opportunity employer. We will
accommodate your needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted