The Goulbourn Museum is looking for three post-secondary students to fill the following positions:

Collections Management Assistant: Duties include working with the collection, cataloguing artefacts, supporting research requests, and daily operations.


Programming Assistant: Duties include the development and delivery of public programs and events and facilitating visitor experiences.


Museum Assistant: Duties include supporting operational administration (writing grants and organizational documents), visitor services (opening and closing the Museum, providing tours and overseeing gift shop sales) and assisting with the marketing of Museum events.


All Candidates require excellent English language skills and computer competency. French is considered an asset.

Positions are dependent on funding and are anticipated to run for 16 weeks at $16.50 per hour for 37.5 hours per week. Work may include weekends and statutory holidays.

Applications will be accepted by email to until 11:59 p.m. Sunday, April 2, 2023. Please read individual job descriptions for complete application instructions.

The Goulbourn Museum is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, colour, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability status. This position is contingent on successful funding from Young Canada Works. All offers of employment for this position will be conditional upon satisfactory reference checks. Please note, there is no public transportation to the Museum site.

Goulbourn Museum is located on the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin
AnishinĂ beg. The Algonquin peoples have lived on and cared for this land for generations. We
deeply appreciate their contributions in shaping and strengthening this community, as well as
the contributions of the MĂ©tis, Inuit and other First Nations peoples.

Want to improve your resume with some volunteer work experience? We have opportunities in the following areas:

-Collections / Accessioning

-Genealogical / Local history research

-Historical re-enactor at special events

-Marketing, Fundraising, Administration

-Assisting at community events

-Assisting at craft events for children

-Landscaping / Outside maintenance

To apply, fill out our Volunteer Application Form online or email us at for further assistance.