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ABOUT YCHT - Current Employment Opportunities
The York County Heritage Trust is pleased to announce the following employment opportunities:
The part-time, seasonal, Murals Educator is primarily responsible for conducting guided mural and thematic walking tours throughout the City of York. This position is based at the Trust’s Colonial Complex. Other responsibilities include assisting with the day to day operation of the Colonial Complex, which may include opening and closing structures, conducting tours of the Colonial Complex as needed for the public and tour groups of various ages, and maintaining the collections and resources at the site. A major component of this position will be to provide initial visitor contact and services, selling admission tickets, processing gift shop transactions, orienting visitors to tour schedules, Trust resources and programs. Other duties will include supporting educational programs, activities and special events. Position requires ability to conduct outdoor mural walking tours in an urban setting. To apply, send cover letter, resume, and three references by March 15, 2014 to Daniel Roe, Director of Education, OR by mail to 250 E Market St. York, PA 17403. (no phone calls). 




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