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.
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.
Curatorial Assistant/Assistant Curator, Draper Natural History Museum
The Draper Natural History Museum is seeking to fill a position at either the Curatorial Assistant or Assistant Curator level. The successful candidate will report to the Willis McDonald, IV Senior Curator of Natural Science and will help advance the Draper Museum’s mission to increase understanding and appreciation for the relationships binding people and nature in Greater Yellowstone and the American West. S(he) will contribute substantively to exhibits development and maintenance, public programming, collections management, and original research/scholarship.
Requirements for the position include a broad knowledge of Greater Yellowstone natural history and ecology, a passion for communicating the product and process of science to the public, strong verbal and written communication skills, and strong organizational and interpersonal skills. Preference will be given to candidates whose training and interests support current strengths in vertebrate ecology and conservation biology. A bachelor’s degree is required and master’s degree preferred for an appointment as Curatorial Assistant, and a master’s degree with extensive, applicable experience is required, and doctorate, preferred for an appointment as Assistant Curator.
This position provides the exciting opportunity to explore and showcase the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for a worldwide audience and collaborate with colleagues in a variety of diverse disciplines. The Center offers an excellent benefits package. Interested candidates should e-mail their letter of interest, CV, contact information for three (3) references, and salary history to: Buffalo Bill Center of the West Human Resources Department, ATTN: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for job description of Assistant Curator position option.
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The closing date on this position is March 31, 2017, with employment to begin no later than July 15, 2017.
If you are a college student seeking a summer internship in a museum setting, visit our Internships page for more information.