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1825job posting due May 13

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  • jeanneschultzangel
    May 12, 2014
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      Visitor Services Assistant

       

      Temporary Position: 50 weeks

      Hourly Rate: $9.00-$13.00/hr.

      Location: Wauconda, IL

      Application deadline: 4:30pm Tuesday May 13, 2014

       

      Duties include: staffing the admission desk and museum store; conducting monthly and year end inventories in the museum store; assisting with product selection, purchasing, and arranging store displays; conducting visitor evaluations; assisting with the planning and staffing of facility rentals; assisting with the planning and staffing of special events, artist receptions and exhibit openings. The Visitor Services Assistant will be required to work weekends and some evenings.  Additional information about the museum may be found at the website www.lakecountydiscoverymuseum.org.                                                  

       

      EXPERIENCE: 

      Qualified applicants should have experience in museum visitor services. This could include experience: handling cash transactions, retail experience, event planning, or conducting visitor evaluation. Candidates should possess the customer service and communication skills necessary to provide a positive experience for the public, even during hectic environments.  Must possess a valid driver’s license.

       

      HOW TO APPLY AND APPLICATION DEADLINES:

      Interest in Forest Preserve employment can be indicated only by submitting a completed Forest Preserve employment application. Applications are available at www.LCFPD.org or at the Headquarters office, and must be returned to: Lake County Forest Preserve District, Human Resources Department, 1899 West Winchester Road. Libertyville, IL  60048, 847/367-6640. Applications must be received by 4:30 pm on Tuesday May 13, 2014. Applications are accepted only for posted positions. 

       

      LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT GENERAL INFORMATION:

      The Lake County Forest Preserve District was created in 1958 and provides over 30,000-acres in a county-wide system of natural, cultural and recreational resources.  Governed under Illinois law as a special purpose unit of government, the mission of the Forest Preserve District is to preserve a dynamic and unique system of diverse natural and cultural resources, and to develop innovative educational, recreational and cultural opportunities of regional value, while exercising environmental and fiscal responsibility.

       

      AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER