2008 NOAA Whaling Heritage Symposium, June 16-17 (Mystic), June 18 (New Bedford).
Field school dates April 30 – August 6, 2008.
3) The USS Constellation/Baltimore Maritime Museum
Pier 1, 301 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202-3134
About the position: Entry level positions with the interpretive staffs (Ships’ Crew) at the USS Constellation & Baltimore Maritime Museum offer a wide range of challenges and opportunities. Starting salary is between $7.00 and $8.50 (based on educational background). Promotions are tied directly to presentations and tours mastered. Crew members are assigned to one or more of several sites within the Museum. Some crew members work only aboard Constellation while some only work at the more modern, steel ship sites and light house. Quite a few crew members work at all the sites. Although duties vary at each site, crew members are always the first and last contact visitors make with each site, and it is always important that each crew member make excellent first impressions and reflect the best qualities upon the site and the museum. Communication skills, courtesy, and knowledge about the site are of paramount importance.
General responsibilities at the USS Constellation and Museum building, USCGC Taney, USS Torsk, Light Ship Chesapeake, and the Seven-Foot Knoll Light House include but may not be limited to:
Daily, routine and maintenance duties
Learning and practicing safe work habits, to be on task, and to be an effective co-worker who promotes a positive work ethic and good morale
Becoming an effective spokesperson for the Museum and the Living Classrooms Foundation
Specific responsibilities include but may not be limited to:
Developing a working fund of knowledge concerning histories, nomenclature, procedures, and characteristics of each of the five museum sites, as well as a working familiarization of naval and nautical matters
Developing interpersonal communication skills necessary when working with the public
Developing procedural skills for these working areas: ship’s museum, gangway, making hourly rounds, opening and closing the ship and the building
Reporting to work and from breaks on time
Maintaining a complete uniform
Reading and becoming familiar with literature about each site as required
Performing such other duties assigned as necessary by the Chief of the Watch, Coordinators, and the Deputy Director of Operations (DDO)
Requirements for Promotion to Ordinary Seaman
· Demonstrate formative leadership traits and strong work ethic
· Learn at least one site-specific presentation, pass with a 90 percent or better the written and practical preparatory examination for that presentation
· Deliver the presentation, receive a critique from a senior interpretor, revise the presentation, and deliver it to the public
· Demonstrate strong work ethics and professionalism
· Receive recommendation for promotion from Interpretation Coordinator and DDO
· Pass the “Ordinary Seaman’s Examination” by scoring 90 percent or better on the written and practical examinations
Marine Heritage Advisor, The Culture Services Unit in the Ministry of Culture. Marine archaeology, marine heritage, underwater survey, closes March 25. Apply today!
PDF of the announcement.
Closes March 25.
3) Executive Director, Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum, Inc.
A Non-profit 501c3 Organization http://www.themackinaw.org
For more information, please see the web site or contact:
Attention: John W. Childs, Secretary Board,
Box 39, 131 N. Huron, Mackinaw City, MI 49701
Phone 231 436 4099 (Winter Phone Number)