Posted on 2/12/24
Keweenaw National Historical Park (Calumet, Michigan) is currently advertising for a seasonal (6-month) museum technician. Duties include museum housekeeping, Integrated Pest Management, environmental monitoring, cataloging objects, inventory, deaccessioning objects, and creating temporary displays. Work schedule is 8 hours a day, Monday-Friday, from early May- early November (timeline is flexible).
Keweenaw National Historical Park preserves and interprets the story of copper in the Keweenaw Peninsula from pre-history to the present day, with an emphasis on the geology of the unique resource, its extraction and use, immigration to the area from other parts of the world, and the communities that developed around and supported the mines.
The Calumet area has a population of approximately 6,000 people with community amenities including hospital, school, restaurants and shopping services. The Cities of Houghton and Hancock are located approximately 12 miles south and both are full-service communities. Higher education facilities are available at Michigan Technological University in Houghton. Park housing is not available. Housing is available in surrounding communities for both rental and purchase. Summers are mild with daytime temperatures ranging from 70 to 90 degrees, and fishing, boating, camping and hiking are popular recreational activities.
CLOSES: 2/18/24 or until the 100 applicant limit is reached, whichever comes first.