The Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston endeavors to connect people with the maritime heritage of Kingston and the Great Lakes by collecting, preserving and interpreting material and artifacts related to the maritime history of the region. We are the owners of a national historic site - the Kingston Dry Dock - where we offer public guided tours and public programs. The Museum is a Canadian Heritage designated 'Category A' museum that has demonstrated the ability to ensure the long-term preservation of Canadian Cultural Property that is deemed of 'outstanding significance and national importance'.

Benefits of working with the Marine Museum include:

  • Unique historic waterfront location
  • Friendly and dynamic work environment
  • Network of professional development opportunities
  • Opportunities for developing leadership skills and initiative

 

News From the Crew

Current opportunities;

 

RESEARCHER, 1 position

Deadline: open until position is filled

MUSEUM ASSISTANT - PROGRAMS, 2 positions

Deadline: 3 March 2023

MUSEUM ASSISTANT - TOURS, 1 position

Deadline: 3 March 2023

COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING ASSISTANT, 1 position

Deadline: 3 March 2023

COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT, 1 position

Deadline: 3 March 2023

INTERPRETER, 1 position

Deadline: 31 March 2023

INTERPRETER - Shipwrecks, 1 position

Deadline: 31 March 2023