The Washburn-Norlands Living History Center, a 19th-century museum and working farm in Livermore, Maine, seeks a Live-In Caretaker.
This is an unpaid, year-round position in exchange for housing in a 1-bedroom apartment, utilities included, on a beautiful and tranquil 400-acre historic site.
While there are daily responsibilities, the hours are flexible and leaves time during the day or evening for other employment or classes.
The Caretaker is an integral member of the Norlands’ team.
Working an average of 18 hours per week, the Caretaker is primarily responsible for daily animal care, housekeeping duties, general buildings and grounds maintenance, seasonal farm chores, and the general care and safety of the overall site.
Specific duties include but are not limited to the following:
The position reports to the Executive Director and works cooperatively with the Farm Manager.
Compensation is housing in a 5-room modern apartment (kitchen, living room, bedroom, office/study, bathroom) and utilities (heat, electricity, laundry, wi-fi) in exchange for an average of 18 hours labor per week.
Restrictions on the use of the buildings/grounds apply. No pets or smoking allowed.
Commitment: Seeking a commitment for one-year minimum.
For more information, visit www.norlands.org.
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