History and myth. Art and culture. Legends and legacies. The story of the American West is a rich and colorful tapestry, one that you could be part of at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Together, our wide-ranging expertise, comprehensive collections, and engaging programs allow visitors to discover and experience that story for themselves.
Create your own lasting legacy. Find your position here and help us share the story of the American West.
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Part-time Skype Educator
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is seeking a Part-time Skype Educator. This employee will deliver quality interactive Skype in the Classroom lessons to a virtual K-12 audience. This educator works closely with other members of the Interpretive Education Department’s staff.
The successful candidate should feel comfortable presenting programs to K-12 students in person and electronically. The candidate should also demonstrate technology proficiency in Microsoft Office, Skype, and other software. The applicant should be skilled in using iOS and Microsoft Windows, as well as PCs and iPads. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, history, science, art, or other related field is required.
To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and three references, to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West/ attn. K-12 Curriculum and Digital Learning Specialist Megan Smith / 720 Sheridan Ave./ Cody, WY/82414, apply online, or e-mail Megan Smith. This job posting will remain open until the position is filled, with a starting date in late August. E-mail Smith or call 307-578-4028 with questions.
Food and Beverage Service
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is looking for positive, hardworking servers to work the Dan Miller Dinner Show. Shifts are 3–9 p.m., one to five nights a week till mid October. Some additional hours may be available. $10 per hour plus tips. To apply, fill out an application at the Center, or apply online.
Seasonal Employment Opportunities
The Center is now accepting applications for exciting seasonal jobs that begin in May or June, and extend to August, September, or October. These are great opportunities for retirees, high school and college students, or anyone looking for an enjoyable job in a stimulating environment.
For more information, e-mail Chris in Human Resources or call here at 307-578-4089.
If you are a college student seeking a summer internship in a museum setting, visit our Internships page for more information. Next summer’s internship opportunities will be posted there early in 2018.