City of Greensboro, NC

City of Greensboro, NC

Weekend Supervisor (Museum Operations Asst. 270) Roster

Salary: $17.25 Hourly

Location : Greensboro History Museum 130 Summit Ave Greensboro, NC

Job Type: Active Roster Temporary

Job Number: 04375

Department: Libraries

Division: Historical Museum

Opening Date: 05/31/2024

Closing Date: 6/21/2024 11:59 PM Eastern

Description

The City of Greensboro exists to partner with the community to build the desired quality of life for Greensboro. All of our actions are guided by our commitment to and measured by our success in building public trust and the future we and the community desires.

Critical to our success is maintaining a work environment which fosters employee commitment to public service and making a difference in the lives of our residents.

If this sounds like a purpose that you would like to share in, please consider the opportunity below.

Work Schedule:Saturday 9:45 am -5:15 pm and Sunday 1:45 pm to 5:15 pm; 10.5 hours every other weekend, occasional evening, holiday, or additional hours as needed

In partnership with the community, the Greensboro Public Library (GPL) provides free and equal access to information, fosters lifelong learning and inspires the joys of reading. We are committed to this mission and it is our promise to our community; the Greensboro Public Library serves as a Conduit to Destiny®

If this promise resonates with you, there’s a strong possibility that we’d like to partner with you too! GPL, recognized as the parent organization of the City of Greensboro’s Libraries/Museum Department, is comprised of eight library locations and the Greensboro History Museum. Our employees pride themselves on delivering quality customer experiences, nurturing relationships and curating rich print and digital collections, all in an effort to make meaningful, measurable and desirable differences in the lives of our customers and the community as a whole.

Brief Description of Work:

The History Museum Weekend Supervisor serves as the key staff person in charge of creating a friendly and safe environment for visitors and staff. The Supervisor ensures that all museum visitors receive outstanding customer service and also oversees facility operations and safety during their shifts.

Responsibilities and duties will include:

This staff member serves as the supervisor for museum operations and works year-round as a team leader for a staff of 2 part-time tour guides. Individuals must have a demonstrated interest in history and the ability and to share historical information with visitors.

Duties include demonstrating positive leadership skills with staff and visitors, learning historical material and leading tours, assisting with a regular schedule of special events and programs, opening and closing the building, and following museum rules and procedures. Occasionally supervisors are asked to work additional weekend hours to assist with special events.

The job is NON-EXEMPT under FLSA.

Qualifications

Minimum Requirements:

  • Two (2) years of experience, either paid or volunteer, directly supervising people
  • Associate’s Degree or higher
  • One (1) year experience in a work setting that serves the public in an educational setting such as a museum, school, daycare, library, or related

An Ideal Candidate Would Also Possess (Preferred Qualifications):

  • History Degree
  • Museum experience

01

What is your highest level of Education? Please select Not Applicable if you do not possess a high school diploma or GED.All Education/Degrees must also be reflected in the Education section of your employment application.

  • Not Applicable
  • Some High School Education
  • High School Diploma / GED
  • Some College
  • Associates Degree
  • Bachelors Degree
  • Masters Degree
  • Doctorate
  • Juris Doctorate

02

How many years of experience do you have, either paid or volunteer, directly supervising people? Experience must also be reflected in the Work History/ Employment section of your employment application.

  • No experience
  • Less than 2 years experience
  • 2 years experience, but less than 4 years experience
  • 4 years experience, but less than 6 years experience
  • 6 years experience, but less than 8 years experience
  • 8 years experience, but less than 10 years experience
  • 10 or more years experience

03

“Clearly” describe (company name, job duties, etc.) your experience, either paid or volunteer, directly supervising people. • If you have no experience, please type “Not Applicable” or “N/A.”• Applications with “See Resume” are considered incomplete and will be given no further consideration. Human Resources will not process incomplete answers.• You must also clearly state your experience in the Employment / Work History section of your employment application.

04

How many years of experience do you have in a work setting that serves the public in an educational setting such as a museum, school, daycare, library, or a related field?Experience must also be reflected in the Work History/ Employment section of your employment application.

  • No experience
  • Less than 1 year experience
  • 1 year experience, but less than 3 years experience
  • 3 years experience, but less than 5 years experience
  • 5 years experience, but less than 7 years experience
  • 7 years experience, but less than 10 years experience
  • 10 or more years experience

05

“Clearly” describe (company name, job duties, etc.) your experience in a work setting that serves the public in an educational setting such as a museum, school, daycare, library, or a related field. • If you have no experience, please type “Not Applicable” or “N/A.”• Applications with “See Resume” are considered incomplete and will be given no further consideration. Human Resources will not process incomplete answers.• You must also clearly state your experience in the Employment / Work History section of your employment application.

06

Do you have a History degree?Degree must also be reflected in the Education section of your employment application.

  • Yes
  • No

07

Do you have Museum experience?Experience must also be reflected in the Work History/ Employment section of your employment application.

  • Yes
  • No

08

“Clearly” describe (company name, job duties, etc.) your Museum experience. • If you have no experience, please type “Not Applicable” or “N/A.”• Applications with “See Resume” are considered incomplete and will be given no further consideration. Human Resources will not process incomplete answers.• You must also clearly state your experience in the Employment / Work History section of your employment application.

09

I understand that all Required Competencies, Work history and Credentials and Education must appear on the application in the Education and Work Experience sections of the application form to receive consideration during the selection process. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of completing the application, “See Attached Resume or an Embedded Text Resume” will be considered incomplete and will not be processed.

  • I understand

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