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Agriculture Lead - Old Sturbridge Village - Sturbridge, MA

  • 24 Sep 2015 9:22 AM
    Message # 3542461
    Deleted user

    Agriculture Lead
    Old Sturbridge Village
    Sturbridge, MA

    Within the Department of Museum Program, the Agriculture Lead will manage daily operation of program, livestock, and exhibits. He/she will take a frontline management role and facilitate the OSV experience for all learners in a friendly, courteous and professional manner.
    Responsibilities include the following but are not limited to:

    • Provide support to Coordinator for the day-to-day operation of the Ag program.
    • Mentor paid and volunteer staff as well as provide content training, hand-skill development, and writing/giving input into staff reviews
    • Lead staff in performance of outstanding customer service, content of interpretive information, judicious use of time, and historical appropriateness of costume appearance.
    • Oversee and ensure daily checks of Livestock, Fields, Fenno Bar, Town Cattle Yard and Sheds, Freeman Barn and Sheds, Town Pounds, Meetinghouse Horse Sheds, and Cidermill.
    • Occasional travel may be required to schools or other sites to conduct programs.
    • Work for evening programs (i.e., DCV, Christmas by Candlelight, Hearthside Bounty, Evening of Illumination, sleepovers) may be required.

    The B category position requires holiday work as well as 5-day/week unrestricted availability April through October, with a minimum of 4 weekends days/month during this season. November through March this position will require weekend availability with possibility of reduced hours. Starting rate of $11.05/hr, wages commensurate with experience/negotiable, full benefits package.

    To Apply: Applicants can send cover letters and resumes to jobs@osv.org or download an employment application from our website and mail to OSV, Inc. c/o HR to 1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, Sturbridge, MA  01566. 

    Last modified: 19 Oct 2015 3:03 PM | Deleted user

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