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  • 03/22/2023 1:03 PM | Tennessee Association Of Museums (Administrator)


    Lincoln Memorial University

    Harrogate, TN

    Position Category: Staff Full-Time

    Job Description: The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum (ALLM) Program Coordinator has responsibility for coordination of education projects and public programs for the ALLM’s diverse audiences, including University students, faculty, staff, and administration; community constituents; and visitors.

    Required Qualifications: BA in History, Public History, Museum Studies, Education, American Studies or related field with at least two years’ experience managing educational/public non-profit programming.

    Preferred Qualifications: MA in American History, Museum Studies, Public History, Education, or related field.

    Job Duties: promote the mission of Lincoln Memorial University to all faculty, staff, students and to the community at large; promote effective working relationships among faculty, staff and students; coordinates special events and programs; develops new projects and programs from oral instructions or brief descriptions; prepares reports, bulletins, newsletters, brochures, presentations, social media postings and/or other informational materials; works with Public Relations personnel on news/press releases and other materials; informs University Public Relations office on upcoming events, programs, etc.; interfaces and works cooperatively with other Lincoln, Civil War, and heritage sites through interaction and synchronized program/event development to increase the profile of the Museum on a local, regional, and national level; serves as special event coordinator to develop and present symposia or events to adult-oriented audiences; serves as a resource and advocate for area school teachers and LMU s education students to further innovative teaching methods, cross-disciplinary interactions and a higher commitment to excellence in education throughout the region; develops program/Museum/educational promotional materials; participates on University committees; completes required institutional, program accreditation and other reports necessary for the advancement of University programs, both on campus and at extended campus sites; and performs other duties as assigned.

    Salary: $35,000-$39,000

    About the Institution: Lincoln Memorial University is a values-based learning community dedicated to providing educational experiences in the liberal arts and professional studies. The main campus is located in Harrogate, Tennessee. For more information about employment opportunities, contact the Office of Human Resources at 423-869-7112 or humanresources@lmunet.edu.

    AA/EEO Statement: Lincoln Memorial University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action education institution. Lincoln Memorial University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, age, ancestry, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, and genetic information in all University programs and activities.

    Background Check Statement: The University will conduct criminal background checks on all employees. Background checks may include but are not limited to confirmation of the individual’s identity, credit information, motor vehicle driving record, review of an individual’s criminal conviction record (if any), verification of any license, and certificate or degree required for the position.

    Job Posting Link: https://careers.lmunet.edu/postings/29352

    If you have any questions about this opening, please contact ALLM Director Michael Lynch: michael.lynch02@lmunet.edu or (423) 869-7100.

  • 03/21/2023 8:33 AM | Tennessee Association Of Museums (Administrator)

    Archivist 1 - Education Outreach Archivist 

    Tennessee Department of State 

    Tennessee State Library and Archives 

    Education Outreach Program 

    Mission: The mission of the Office of the Secretary of State is to exceed the expectations of our  customers, the taxpayers, by operating at the highest levels of accuracy, cost-effectiveness, and  accountability in a customer-centered environment.  

    Supervisor: Education Outreach Coordinator  

    Summary: This professional position has the responsibility to provide services to teachers and  students in Kindergarten-Twelfth grade (K-12) and students in the college/university  communities across the state of Tennessee.  

    Duties and Responsibilities: 

    Provides assistance and support for education outreach activities both on-site and in the  field  

    Corresponds with teachers and administrators about services provided by education  outreach 

    Assists with the planning, coordination, and presentation of teacher workshops and in service training statewide and online 

    Conducts programming for K-12 and college students during on-site field trip visits Supports the Library and Archives’ Field Trip program 

    Represents the organization at statewide education conferences 

    Develops educational curriculum and digital content for K-12 students, coordinating with  the TSLA Educator Working Group and other sections with the Library & Archives and  the Department of State 

    Contributes to monthly newsletter for teachers 

    Manages and promotes the DocsBox program 

    Plans and conducts educational activities for public programming events at TSLA and  with collaborative partners such as the TN State Museum and TN State Parks 

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    Conducts historical research into primary source collections 

    Performs other duties as assigned 

    Minimum Qualifications: 

    Education and Experience 

    Master’s degree in Library/Information Sciences, Archives Management, Public History,  or a related field from an accredited college or university.  

    Experience equivalent to two years of work on education-related projects in a history based organization. Experience developing classroom curriculum for social studies  including history, and/or government K-12 classes preferred.  

    Knowledge and Abilities 

    Knowledge of Tennessee and American history required.  

    Understanding of and respect for the K-16 education environment.  

    Strong organizational skills, including the ability to establish priorities, follow project  timelines, and meet project deadlines.  

    Highly motivated and self-directed with strong attention to detail 

    Ability to work in a collaborative, team-focused environment 

    Ability to communicate effectively with diverse audiences including teachers, K-12  students, academics, university students, and Library & Archives staff and patrons.  Project management skills and experience. 

    Public speaking skills and ease appearing on camera. 

    Comfort with and understanding of the use of technology in the educational environment.  Willingness and ability to work a flexible schedule and travel independently throughout  the state. Periodic weekend and after-hours work required.  

    Good driving record and valid driver’s license. 

    Ability to represent the Department of State positively to the public.  

    Physical requirements: 

    Ability to lift materials up to 25 pounds. 

    Ability to work in an environment that contains dust and other allergens.  Ability to stand for up to four hours at a time.  

    Ability to climb multiple flights of stairs.  

    Health, Safety, and collections security: 

    Assist the organization in creating a safe and healthy working environment by working  safely with the equipment provided. 

    Follow instructions given for health and safety purposes and immediately report any  unsafe working practices or hazardous working conditions. 

    Take all measures necessary to protect the collections from loss, mutilation, or theft.  Salary: $47,000 annually plus the State of Tennessee Benefits Package. 

    To apply: Please email your letter of interest and resume to the Division of Human Resources & Organizational Development, sos.hr@tn.gov.Please include the job you are applying for in  the subject line. 

  • 03/17/2023 9:55 PM | Tennessee Association Of Museums (Administrator)

    Job Description

    Summer Camp Counselor

    Reports to: Director of Interpretation

    Status: Full time (up 37.5 hours per week) Seasonal (May 1st – August 4 th )

    Salary: $14 an hour

    Summary of Position: As a camp counselor, assist with the daily camp operations, and ensure safety and well-being of campers. Assist in implementing all other summer camps. Responsibilities include upholding the museum rules concerning the care and safety of the visitors, house, collection, and other cultural resources at the site. Duties may involve working outside of normal working hours.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    Camp Counselor

     Developing, supervising, and participating in camp-wide programming activities with day campers of different ages.

     A knowledge and love for 19 th  century history, particularly of Middle Tennessee.

     A knowledge of period clothing and lifestyles from the early 19 th  century is encouraged. 

     Build relationships with all day campers by showing compassion, empathy and understanding. 

     Have a main leadership role in certain camp sessions. Particularly Miss Mary’s Academy (an 1810s female academy themed immersion camp).

     Be a leader in all camp activities. 

     Keep all camp used areas clean and organized. 

     Work with other Camp & Interpretive Staff at Travellers Rest to ensure all camps run smoothly. 

     Communicate material needs to Senior Staff.

     Promote the history and importance of Travellers Rest.

     Be a face and voice of Travellers Rest Historic House Museum. 

     Ability to open and close the site (includes handling of gate, alarms and locks.)


     Adapts strategy to changing conditions

     Communicates changes effectively

     Speaks clearly and effectively in positive and negative situations

     Demonstrates respect and sensitivity of cultural differences

     Demonstrates ability to effectively balance task-oriented and process-oriented duties

     Continues to build on knowledge and skills

     Demonstrates ability to work effectively as a member of a team

     Be able to physically perform the basic life operational functions of extensive standing, walking,

    use of fingers, talking, hearing and repetitive motions

     Must be able to occasionally lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects up to 50 lbs.


     18 years of age or older

     High School Diploma or equivalent

     Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite

     Ability to tolerate numerous interruptions throughout the day

     Must have above average communication and organizational skills

     Must be able to multitask, think outside the box and troubleshoot problems

     Must have the ability to work with all types of people, especially children

     Must be flexible with time

    Contact chad@historictravellersrest.org to apply

    This job description should not be construed to imply that the requirements listed are the exclusive standards of the position. The Executive Director reserves the right to assign or delegate other tasks as necessary.

  • 03/17/2023 9:51 PM | Tennessee Association Of Museums (Administrator)

    Job Description — Curator of Education  

    Position: Curator of Education 

    Location: Customs House Museum & Cultural Center 

    Job Type: Full-Time  

    Classification: Exempt  

    Salary/Hourly: Salary  

    Reports to: Executive Director  

    Position Overview  

    The Curator of Education is responsible for developing, in collaboration with the Curator of Collections, and  Curator of Exhibitions, exhibitions and programming, activities, materials and events that attract and serve a wide  range of audiences, including schools.  

    Essential Functions 

    1. Managing and developing partnerships with schools to offer curriculum-based programs related to the  museum’s collection, in the museum and/or in schools and other institutions;  

    2. Setting standards for all programming  

    3. Liaison with schools, community groups and other target audiences to arrange a program of field trips,  guided tours and/or demonstrations.  

    4. Scheduling of museum in public speaking engagements and media talks in coordination with the  

    Executive Director and/or the Curator of Collections and Exhibits.  

    5. Collaborating in the design of exhibitions and other public programming to enhance the educational value  of exhibits.  

    6. Preparation of publications or media-based products for schools and/or other programming.  

    7. Supervision and/or preparation of all publication content related to Education Associate.  

    8. Developing, implementing and/or supervising programs related to the museum’s collection or mission.  9. Booking, scheduling and staffing school groups and public group tours;  

    10. Perform administrative duties as assigned in the absence of the Executive Director  

    11. Knowledge of the Museum’s exhibitions and mission;  

    12. Management and care of two interactive galleries  

    13. Although the Curator of Education is not responsible for doing all of the things listed below, the person is  responsible for scheduling someone to attend to the items below:  

    Daily cleaning  

     Replacement of broken or worn out components  

     Addition of new components or stations  

     Monthly cleaning of Bubble Cave  

     Carpet cleaning  


    Matters of safety  

    14. Other duties as determined by the Executive Director 

    This job description is not designed to cover or contain all activities, duties or responsibilities that are  required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any  time with or without notice.  


    1. Proven management ability  

    2. Ability to design and implement programs, including exhibits and publications  

    3. Demonstrated ability in communications and museum education techniques  

    4. Knowledge of objectives and curricula of the school system  

    5. Excellent communications and language skills  

    6. Knowledge of visitor behavior and needs  

    7. Knowledge of the museum’s collection  

    8. Knowledge of evaluation methods  

    9. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)  

    Physical Demands  

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to  successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to  enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

    1. Working at desk and utilizing a computer for prolonged periods of time;  

    2. Periodic standing, walking, bending, climbing, and stooping, and the ability to lift 20 pounds;  3. Good hearing and vision  

    4. Good eye/hand coordination.  

    Education and Experience  

    Degree in education or museum studies  


    This is a full-time at-will position, and primary days and hours of work are a minimum of 40 hours per week,  Monday thru Friday. This position occasionally requires longer hours and/or weekend work. Pay periods are semi monthly on the 15thand the last day of each month.  


     This position may require 0-5% travel time.  


    Salary is $40,000+ based on qualifications and interview. The Museum offers all full-time employees paid  holidays, vacation, and sick leave. Health Insurance for employee is paid 100%. Benefits are also available for  dental, vision, life, AD&D, short-term disability/accidents and SIMPLE IRA participation. Potential for professional  development opportunities.  

    Apply via email with cover letter, resume and references to:  

    Frank Lott, Executive Director at: frank@customshousemuseum.org 

    All new or vacant positions at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Museum, d.b.a. the Customs house Museum &  Cultural Center will be filled by the selection of only fully qualified applicants, regardless of race color, gender,  religion, national origin, age, or disability who meet the job related criterial of the job description. All potential  employees will undergo a background check, and must provide proof of being able to legally work in the U.S.  Employees who have cause to drive their own vehicle and/or Museum vehicle for approved Museum business  must have a valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance. 

  • 03/09/2023 8:40 PM | Tennessee Association Of Museums (Administrator)

    Davies Manor


    Full Time Position. Reports to the Executive Director 

    Develop and Maintain a Marketing Strategy encompassing all aspects of available Media and Community outreach.

    Generation of funding for projects through corporate and community support. 

    Research and perform all necessary requirements for securing grant funding. .

    Investigate the pros and cons of operating and facilitating the set up of internal fundraising endeavors

    Develop a network of community and local government leaders to support and enable growth of the Historic Site in the areas of finance, education, and community involvement.

    Ensure compliance with budget requirements and Accounting Practices for all programs and grants.

    Create and maintain a Membership Development Program for the Association and maintain a database to ensure accuracy of records and good standing status for compliance with Bylaws requirements.            


    Salary range: $36,000 - $40,000

    Please email a cover letter and resume to khansen@daviesmanor.org.

  • 03/07/2023 9:43 PM | Tennessee Association Of Museums (Administrator)


    Director of Community Education & Engagement

    Reports to: Executive Director Status: Full time, Non-Exempt

    Oversees: Museum Educator and Community Outreach Coordinator

    Mission and Description of the Metal Museum

    The Metal Museum is the only museum of its kind in the country dedicated to preserving, promoting, and advancing the art and craft of fine metalwork. The Museum engages the metals community and the surrounding region through exhibitions, collections, studio practice, and community education and engagement. The permanent collection and exhibition program reflect a wide range and mixture of metalsmithing, including ferrous and nonferrous metals, hollowware, jewelry, enamelware, sculpture, and architectural elements. With its unique focus on artwork and fine crafts made in metal, the Metal Museum helps initiate and promote dialogue and understanding the field and its relevance in our modern culture.


    The Metal Museum’s community education and engagement department supports the Museum’s mission by introducing and advancing the knowledge of the art and craft of metalwork to all ages through tours, demonstrations, hands-on activities, classes, workshops, conferences, and community outreach. Through our programming we strive to:

     provide a space for visitors to view, discuss, and learn about metalworking as a contemporary art form and as a making process. 

     provide a space for visitors to see artwork being made, engage with working artists, and be a maker themselves. 

     provide opportunities for both professional and nonprofessional metalsmiths to network and learn from other artists in the field. 

     educate the public of metalworking beyond traditional uses.

    The Director of Community Education and Engagement directs the vision of the Metal Museum’s community education and engagement programs to ensure that all programs work cohesively to engage and excite all members of our local community, as well as our national metalsmithing and maker community. This position will need to be familiar with and keep informed on trends and topics happening in the museum field as well as the metalsmithing and craft fields at large. This creative and strategic thinker will lead a team to develop, implement,

    and maintain programs in all aspects of learning including exhibition and gallery education, youth and adult community workshops, beginning and advanced Metals Studios classes (in multiple areas including Foundry, Blacksmith Shop, and Fine Metals), and on- and off-site outreach programs.

    The Director of Community Education and Engagement reports directly to the Executive Director, currently oversees two positions, and is a highly collaborative position working with all departments.

    Essential Functions and Responsibilities


     Oversee education program development and lead the education and engagement staff, interns, and volunteers.

     Be a key member in creating and maintaining community partnerships and ensure that any needed documents are updated and in place (e.g. MOUs, partner agreements, etc.).

     Collaborate with Curatorial and Education staff to develop exhibition related educational components including in gallery education (print, digital or interactive), tour content and training, curriculum guides, activities or workshops, and other educational opportunities (e.g. gallery talks, lectures, conservations with the curator, etc.) for both temporary exhibitions and the Permanent Collection.

     Continuously develop, evaluate, and refine goals, guidelines, and costs for programs and identify potential revenue generating opportunities.

     Collaborate with Metals Studios staff and Education staff to organize conferences, including Forging on the River and FIRE, and identify guest instructors and demonstrators for conferences, lectures, panels, and Master classes.

     Assist direct reports with planning and facilitation of education and engagement programming as needed (including but not limited to scheduling and leading tours, classes and workshops, M4 outings and staffing, and Family Fun Days)

    Community Engagement and Volunteers

     Oversee Repair Days, which includes (but is not limited to) volunteer registration and communication, marketing, ordering tents and other rental needs, weekend scheduling for staff and volunteers, ordering and purchasing meals, food, and drinks).

     In collaboration with Community Outreach Coordinator oversee the Youth Initiative, which includes (but is not limited to) the after-school youth program and Cu in Summer. Responsibilities include working with the partner organization to ensure a good relationship and support, ordering and prepping materials, creating lesson plans for meeting times, teaching students during meeting times, recruit and oversee volunteers and interns to assist, plan and set-up reception for students, find venues to sell work, continue to develop and grow the program, etc.

     Promote the Museum, classes, workshops, and volunteer opportunities at fairs, cultural events, and training seminars.

     Recruit and place volunteers in specific roles on the Museum grounds and at off-site Museum events (M4 at festivals, hands-on activities, product sales, tours, etc.); provide guidance and support at events where volunteers are working, cultivate volunteer relationships, and maintain and grow the volunteer database.

     Assist direct reports with planning and facilitation of education and engagement programming as needed (including but not limited to scheduling and leading tours, classes and workshops, M4 outings and staffing, and Family Fun Days)


     Create and maintain departmental budget as well as individual program budgets; oversee department purchases, submit invoices, check requests, and refunds.

     Hire, train, and manage direct reports, and ensure all Education staff and interns have correct training and policy information.

     Identify and implement evaluation and data tracking measures.

     Submit requested information needed for grants, board reporting, etc.

     Keep the Child Protection Policy updated, ensuring all staff, volunteers, and interns complete or repeat training as necessary.

     Participate in diversity, equity and inclusion efforts and development goals and implementation strategies for the community education and engagement department.

     Develop, review, and monitor all safety protocols for classes, workshops, demonstrations and volunteers.

     Participate in the Museum’s Leadership team, including reviewing and implementing Museum policies, procedures, and strategic plans and initiatives.

     Collaborate with Communications Manager to promote all educational programs through appropriate methods including print, digital media, social media, tv, and radio.

     Collaborate with Development Staff to research and secure funding to support educational programming; assist staff with qualitative and quantitative data collection for grant reports and donor communications.


     Inform Executive Director of issues or progress.

     Respond to change productively and perform other essential duties as assigned, which may include but are not limited to working the front desk and Museum Store as needed.

     Other duties as assigned.


     High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent required; associate or bachelor's degree preferred.

     Minimum 5 years of experience in education and outreach preferred.

     Leadership and supervisory experience (2-3 years preferred).

     Experience in not-for-profit environment preferred.

     Genuine interest in and knowledge of museums, metalworking, and visual arts strongly desired.

     Ability to work with a diverse array of people, including Museum guests, supporters, clients, vendors, volunteers, and staff, in both large and small groups.

    Skills and Technical Competencies

     Exceptional project management and communication skills.

     Public Speaking.

     Proficiency in several computer programs, including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite, Gmail, and Adobe preferred.

    Hours, Compensation, and Benefits

    The work week for this position is Tuesday through Saturday, 9:30AM – 5:00PM. Additional hours (nights and weekends) may be required. All full-time staff are expected to be available to assist with Museum events. All Museum staff must be available the week of Repair Days, which is held annually in October.

    The salary starts at $55,000. Salary is contingent on experience and ability. Benefits include health insurance and a 3% Simple IRA employer match after 2 years of employment.

    To Apply

    Send a cover letter detailing fit and interest in position, resume, and three references to Quamesha Brown, Operations Manager, at quamesha@metalmuseum.org. Please reference “Director of Community Education” in the subject line. Please, no phone calls.

    The Metal Museum is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We strongly encourage LGBTQIA+ individuals, people with disabilities, Black, Indigenous, and people of color to apply.

  • 02/24/2023 4:04 PM | Tennessee Association Of Museums (Administrator)

    Belmont Mansion is looking to fill part-time historical interpreter positions. Do you enjoy learning history and want to share your knowledge with others? If so, then we want to hear from you!

    Historical Interpreters serve as the public face of the museum. Their duties include greeting and checking in guests; providing historical interpretation through informal conversations as well as fully guided tours; and helping customers in our museum shop. They also occasionally answer the phone and assist with seasonal special events.

    Ideal applicants should have strong public speaking and interpersonal skills; experience in customer service; the ability to remain positive, respectful, and flexible in a fast-paced environment; and the ability to climb stairs and stand for long periods of time.

    To apply, send your resume and cover letter to Danielle Ullrich at mansioneducation@belmont.edu.

    Pay rate is $15 an hour.

  • 02/24/2023 4:01 PM | Tennessee Association Of Museums (Administrator)

    Are you a college student home for the summer looking for an interesting summer job? If so, Belmont Mansion is hiring for the position of part-time shop assistant in a unique Museum Shop.

    Shop Assistants help provide all guests with a first-rate experience. They assist with cash register transactions, maintain the appearance and tidiness of the store displays, answer the phone in a friendly and engaging manner, help price merchandise, and help the Shop Manager with other tasks as needed.

    Ideal applicants should have experience operating a point-of-sale system; strong customer service and interpersonal skills; and the ability to remain positive, respectful, and flexible in a fast-paced environment.

    To apply, send your resume and cover letter to Danielle Ullrich at mansioneducation@belmont.edu.

    Pay rate is $15 an hour.

  • 02/24/2023 8:22 AM | Tennessee Association Of Museums (Administrator)
    • Seasonal Historical Interpreters

      Are you a college student home for the summer with an interest in history? If so, Belmont Mansion is hiring historical interpreters for our busy summer season.

      Historical Interpreters serve as the public face of the museum. Their duties include greeting and checking in guests; providing historical interpretation through informal conversations as well as fully guided tours; and helping customers in our museum shop. They also occasionally answer the phone and assist with seasonal special events.

      Ideal applicants should have strong public speaking and interpersonal skills; experience in customer service; the ability to remain positive, respectful, and flexible in a fast-paced environment; and the ability to climb stairs and stand for long periods of time.

      To apply, send your resume and cover letter to Danielle Ullrich at mansioneducation@belmont.edu.

      Pay rate is $15 an hour.

  • 02/22/2023 1:36 PM | Tennessee Association Of Museums (Administrator)

    Travellers Rest Historic House Museum

    Job Description:

    Education Assistant

    Reports to: Director of Education & Outreach

    Status: Part-time (between 20-29 hours per week, primarily Tuesday – Friday). Potential for growth into a full-time position.

    Summary of Position: Responsibilities include preparing materials for and implementing education programs, summer camps, scout programs and public events, as well as upholding the museum rules concerning the care and safety of the visitors, house, collection, and other cultural resources at the site. Duties may involve working outside normal business hours and days,including some Saturdays.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Be the face and voice of Travellers Rest Historic House Museum.
    • Full participation in all educational programs, summer camps, and scout programs.
    • Work with children at assigned stations for educational programs.
    • Prepare materials for educational programming.
    • Maintain education supplies and education inventory lists.
    • Be a leader in our Summer Camp programs.
    • Assist Directors of Education & Interpretation in creation and implementation of new education programs, scout programs, travelling trunks, and summer camps.
    • Assist Director of Education & Outreach in the booking and scheduling of programs.
    • Assist Director of Education & Outreach in developing and conducting outreach programs.
    • Help Director of Education & Outreach with updating Education Guidebooks to current School Standards.
    • Assist in on-going research to improve existing programs.
    • Assist Director of Education & Outreach in manning booths at conferences, workshops, and public events.
    • Guide house tours and provide information on Middle Tennessee history as needed.
    • Assist in operating POS system at Visitor Center Gift Shop.
    • Other duties may be required.


    • Works well with children and has a background in Education.
    • Speaks clearly and effectively in all situations.
    • Demonstrates ability to effectively balance task-oriented and process-oriented duties.
    • Has exceptional time management skills.
    • Continues to build on knowledge and skills.
    • Demonstrates respect and sensitivity to cultural differences.
    • Demonstrates ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
    • Adapts strategy to changing conditions or circumstances.
    • Must have above average communication and organizational skills.
    • Must be able to multitask, think outside the box and troubleshoot problems.
    • Be able to physically perform the basic life operational functions of extensive standing,

    walking, talking, use of hands, hearing and repetitive motions.

    • Must be able to occasionally lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects up to 50 lbs.


    • Must be over the age of 18.
    • Must have obtained a high school diploma; associate or bachelor’s degree preferred.
    • Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite.

     Pay rate is $14/hour.

    Email resumes to Andy Blair: Andy@historictravellersrest.org

    (615) 832-8197 ext. 15


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