Working toward a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, American history, historic preservation, museum studies, public history, theatre, or an affiliated field. Paid or volunteer experience delivering presentations and programs to a variety of age ranges. Previous experience as a museum presenter, living historian, re-enactor, naturalist, or interpreter preferred. Must pass employment background check, drug test, and physical. Valid driver’s license and ability to drive personal and county vehicles. Ability to lift a minimum of 40 lbs and regularly work weekends and occasional evenings.
As part of the Monroe County Museum’s Programs Division, the Presenter reports to the Museum Director and works on a day-to-day basis with the Curator of Programs. The Presenter, in coordination with fellow museum staff, delivers programs at the various sites managed by the Monroe County Museum and to regional schools, senior centers, clubs, and civic organizations. Specific areas of historical programs focus are: District of Erie, Michigan Territory, 1805 to 1817; Monroe County, Michigan Territory, 1817 to 1837; Monroe County in the Civil War, 1861 to 1865; and Monroe County in the Gilded Age, 1876 to 1901.
Contact the Monroe County Human Resources Department, 125 E. Second Street, Monroe, MI 48161
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Posted on the MMA website 1/29.