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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor is currently seeking someone who loves animals and working with the public. The successful candidate will have excellent “people”, “animal”, computer, and organizational skills and need to possess time management and prioritization abilities.
The Visitor Services and Mule Care Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the daily operation of the National Canal Museum, its mule-drawn canal boat, and other related activities during the open season (April through December). He/she/they hires, trains, supervises, and supports a team of Canal Boat Crew Members, Welcome Center Hosts, and museum volunteers.
The Visitor Services and Mule Care Supervisor models excellent customer service for the team and ensures that museum policies (including COVID safety protocols) are followed. He/she/they is safety-minded and takes charge of emergency/injury situations. With the assistance of other D&L staff, he/she/they facilitates successful execution of special events and promotes sales of D&L memberships.
The Visitor Services and Mule Care Supervisor assists the Museum and Education Director and Canal Boat Crew in overseeing the care, health, and well-being of the mules. During months when the museum is closed, the Visitor Services and Mule Care Supervisor advances visitor group attendance by actively promoting the museum to local youth and adult groups, planning visits, and working with the Education Manager in the development of activities for visiting groups.
You can read the full position announcement here.
Use the form below to apply for the position. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the position is open until filled.