Norlands Seeks Caretaker

12 Jan 2020 5:56 PM | Anonymous member

The Washburn-Norlands Living History Center seeks a Live-In Caretaker for historic 19th-century museum and farm. This is a year-round position averaging 15-18 hours per week in exchange for rent-free housing in a 1-bedroom apartment, utilities included. The Caretaker is responsible for animal care, general housekeeping and maintenance, event set-up and clean-up, seasonal farm work, and overall site cleanliness and safety.

The ideal candidate has experience working with farm animals and maintaining or restoring old homes, loves animals, has a passion for history, has a strong work ethic and positive attitude, and is a self-starter. He/She must have the ability to meet the physical demands of the position. This includes lifting a minimum of 50 pounds; standing for long periods of time; walking over uneven ground; and working outdoors in all types of weather. 

While there are daily responsibilities, the hours are flexible leaving time during the day or evening for classes or other paid work. A paid position as a Norlands historical interpreter may also be available for interested candidates. Some restrictions on the use of the buildings/grounds apply. No pets or smoking allowed.

For more information about this unique opportunity or to apply, email a cover letter with resume and contact information for three references to the executive director

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