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Fort Osage National Hist. Landmark: Full time history Interpreter

  • 01 Jun 2024 11:00 AM
    Message # 13364509
    ALHFAM Webmaster (Administrator)

    Fort Osage National Historic Landmark, near Kansas City, Missouri, is accepting applications for two full-time living history interpreter positions. Fort Osage was a major military post and United States government operated Factory trade house on the Missouri River from 1808 -1822. It is associated with such individuals as William Clark, Sacagawea, and Daniel Boone. The reconstructed fort and education center are located on the bluffs of the Missouri River and located on Lewis and Clark and Santa Fe Trails. Fort Osage is also a partner with the National Park Service.

    The team member is part of a forward-looking professional interpretation staff engaged in a variety of duties and projects. Position responsibilities include conducting living history programming, school tours, special event planning, interpretive research and writing, retail sales and facilities upkeep. $22.68 per hour.

    To apply and see additional details on the position click on this link: https://jacksongov.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/COJ/details/Living-History-Interpreter---Fort-Osage-National-Landmark_JR100698-1

    Please use Chrome for the best application experience.


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