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Answers magazine is the Bible-affirming, creation-based magazine from Answers in Genesis. In it you will find fascinating content and stunning photographs that present creation and worldview articles along with relevant cultural topics from different authors. Each quarterly issue includes a detachable chart, a pullout children’s magazine, a unique animal highlight, excellent layman and semi-technical articles plus bonus content from the AnswersMagazine.com website. Our purpose is to equip you, our reader, with practical answers so you can confidently communicate the gospel and biblical authority with accuracy. Why wait? Subscribe today!


Careers at Answers in Genesis and the Creation Museum

All career applicants for the non-profit ministry of AiG/Creation Museum need to supply a written statement of their testimony, a statement of what they believe regarding creation, and a statement that they have read and can support the AiG statement of faith.

Those wishing to submit their information via the postal service should use the following mailing address:

Answers in Genesis
Attn: Human Resources
PO Box 510
Hebron, KY 41048

Note: The Ark Encounter LLC is the for-profit group that will be responsible for hiring staff for the Ark project. Available positions will be made public at a future time and will be posted on the Ark Encounter website.

Advancement Coordinator-Analyst

Reports To: Manager of Advancement

Summary

The Advancement Coordinator-Analyst is responsible for coordinating and monitoring the monthly direct mail fundraising processes as well as preparing reports to aid in analyzing the effectiveness of those and other fund raising efforts. This position shall also assist in analyzing data in support of regional fund raising event efforts.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Direct Mail Fundraising Process
    • Coordinate and Monitor:
      • The monthly internal direct mail fund raising process. Involves:
        • Generation of reports from the AiG database for mailing segmentation.
        • Coordination with external print company to insure deadlines are met.
      • External direct mail fund raising efforts as directed by the Manager and VP of Advancement.
  • Advancement Reporting and Analysis
    • Preparation and coordination with AiG’s information analyst of reports from AiG’s CRM database to determine the effective stewardship of Advancement’s fundraising efforts.
    • Analysis of AiG’s CRM database to evaluate possible regional Advancement event activities as directed by the Manager of Advancement.
  • Other Responsibilities
    • Assist as needed for special Advancement event activities as directed by the Manager of Advancement.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Manager of Advancement.

Required Skills

  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic, team-oriented work environment
  • Strong computer and analytical skills required
  • Proficient with Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word
  • Experience with Microsoft CRM for Outlook desired
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Well organized, detail oriented, and must demonstrate the ability to coordinate processes in a thorough and timely manner
  • Capable of working independently with little supervision

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Director of Human Resources 

Reports To: President/CEO

Summary

Provides effective HR strategies and implementation of strategies to support the overall organizational objectives including employee recruitment, training and development, payroll, compensation, benefits, retention strategies, succession planning, team development and effective communications.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Evaluate reports, decisions, and results of HR in relation to established goals. Recommend new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of HR and services performed.
  • Develop, recommend, and implement personnel policies and procedures. Prepare and maintain handbook on policies and procedures. Keep up-to-date on all legal issues affecting HR.
  • Oversee recruitment efforts for all staff to include screening candidates, ensure references, background checks, and testing are complete. Rewrite career descriptions as necessary, conduct salary surveys, analyze compensation, and perform exit interviews.
  • Oversee the training and development of all employees to include new staff orientation and an ongoing calendar of training opportunities to meet the needs of the organization.
  • Manages the bi-weekly processing of ministry payroll performed by the Payroll Specialist.
  • Establish and maintain HR/Payroll records and reports.
  • Thorough understanding of health insurance reform laws and regulations under the Affordable Care Act.
  • Coordinate benefits program including the negotiation of insurance carrier contacts and the implementation of staff wellness programs to minimize benefit costs.

Education and Experience Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree and minimum of five (5) years of broad-based Human Resources experience.
  • A minimum of three (3) years of supervisory experience.
  • Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification preferred.
  • Experience with payroll processing and negotiating insurance plans is a plus.

Qualifications

  • Proven success in developing creative and strategic HR programs that work.
  • Strong organizational communication skills—ability to present facts and recommendations effectively in oral and written form.
  • Strong process orientation—ability to establish and maintain needed process and structure within the department.
  • Proven leadership and management skills—ability to work with senior-level management.
  • Demonstrated capability to interface and maintain effective relationships with all departments and employees in a team-oriented environment.

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How you found out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to:  HR Department

Send email.

Director of Property Maintenance

Reports To: Senior Director: Systems, Planning and Analysis

Summary and Scope

Provides overall management leadership, direction, and support to maintenance and housekeeping staff within the following areas:

  • Accommodations: Room or area set-up and tear-down, including equipment, design as needed, and cleanliness.
  • Housekeeping: Ensure that all areas exposed to our guests and staff are clean, safe, and attractive.
  • Maintenance: Oversees maintenance and general property upkeep including HVAC and sewage treatment plant.
  • Safety: Oversees all safety compliance issues for entire campus, both employee and guests.

Participate in team leadership meetings within the department of Museum Operations. Take a hands-on approach to the delegation and accomplishment of all goals.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Train all staff within the specific department, including the implementation of a ‘train the trainer program’ to ensure standards and consistency.
  • Schedule all staff in regard to various shifts and responsibilities.
  • Write task descriptions including proper choice of chemicals, care and use of equipment, and step-by-step procedure.
  • Prepare and submit departmental operating budgets
  • Order and manage inventory of all products and equipment pertaining to the department, subject to budget and approval.
  • Coordinate room and area set up for special events and activities.
  • Control and manage storage of all equipment in regard to room presentation.
  • Routinely inspect all areas of the facility, communicating necessary information to Department of Public Safety or maintenance.
  • Work closely with the Volunteer Coordinator for additional volunteer staffing and the cleaning and maintenance of the Deck Lane House.
  • Respond immediately to high priority cleaning and maintenance items.
  • Interact with other departmental leaders in conjunction with the overall appearance of the facility.
  • Handle and delegate repairs to existing facility operations.
  • Work to secure a safe environment for both staff and guests.

Qualifications

  • Eight years of experience in general property maintenance.
  • Managerial experience in related facilities, such as museum, restaurant, hotel, theme park, etc. Additional education in related fields a plus.
  • Hands on position requiring standing, bending, and lifting (up to 40 lbs).
  • Knowledge of cleaning chemicals and equipment (SDS and OSHA).
  • Good communication and time management skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail a must!
  • Able to adjust to changing schedules and work priorities
  • Dependable with reliable transportation, a current driver’s license, and a good driving record.
  • Budget preparation experience.
  • Knowledge of local codes pertaining to facility operation.

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Groundskeeper I

Summary

Receives direction and responsibilities from the Grounds Manager and participates in a range of grounds maintenance practices to ensure that our guests are exposed to attractive natural settings, beautiful garden displays and park settings, as well as educational gardens.

Scope

This position is overseen by the Grounds Manager and administration. This position also communicates with staff, volunteers, and the general public.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Receives instructions and work assignments from the Grounds Manager and coordinates with staff and volunteer groups.
  • Assists other groundskeepers and volunteers in accomplishment of routine assignments and problem solving.
  • Keeps parking lot, walks, and driveway clear of debris and litter.
  • Uses mowers to cut turf areas; performs minor repair and adjustment of equipment.
  • Plants, transplants, cultivates, irrigates, and sprays ornamental plants, shrubs, hedges, trees, and flowers.
  • Maintains lake gardens, including the lake itself.
  • Maintains proper records of all the aforementioned items.
  • Fertilizes, irrigates, and cares for all turf areas.
  • Trims trees, hedges, and shrubs; prepares and treats soil for planting annual color.
  • Assist in keeping gardens in balance with regards to insect and disease problems, seasonal mulching and dyeing of garden areas, fall leaf removal. 
  • Trash removal. 
  • Install drain tile. 
  • Install stone walls and patios; make repairs to asphalt and concrete; painting of outside structures. 
  • Operates small and medium size trucks and trailers.
  • Operates power equipment such as bobcat, tractor, mowers, chainsaws, weed eater, blowers etc., operates hand tools such as pruners hand saw, hammer, shovels, rakes, pitch forks, etc.
  • Perform snow removal duties which may require unusual hours.
  • Follow standard operating procedures for all tasks.
  • Groundskeeper may work alone or as a member of a crew, and is required to use appropriate safety procedures and appropriate equipment to complete assigned duties.
  • Performs related duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities

Knowledge of: standard horticultural and grounds keeping practices; the use and maintenance of grounds keeping tools and equipment.

Ability to: direct and monitor the work of volunteers; perform general gardening and groundskeeping work; use and maintain tools and equipment; communicate with the Museum guests on facility information, vendors, and contractors, follow written and verbal instructions; perform heavy manual labor; plan and perform basic landscaping functions; learn specialized procedures related to irrigation systems, lake management, equipment, landscaping, pesticide applications, etc.

Training and Experience

Any combination of education or job related experience that provides the required knowledge and abilities to perform tasks.

Driver’s license required.

Working Conditions

This position will require lifting 50–80 pound objects; frequent bending, walking, and standing; exposure to a variety of weather conditions for extended periods of time; exposure to chemicals which may present health hazards if not handled properly; exposure to dangerous power and hand equipment if not used properly.

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Night Housekeeping Associate

Reports To: Evening/Night Lead Housekeeper

Summary

Receives direction and responsibilities from the lead housekeeper and participates in a range of housekeeping duties to ensure that every area our staff and guests are exposed to are clean, healthy, and attractive with specific attention to the cleanliness of our whole Creation Museum facility.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Perform housekeeping and janitorial duties during evening and night working hours to help maintain high standard of cleanliness.  Duties include trash pick-up, dusting furniture, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, cleaning ceiling vents, cleaning hallways, detail restroom cleaning (private office and public spaces), floor waxing, window cleaning, etc.
  • Clean the bathroom sinks, toilets, floors, and mirrors and restocks necessary bathroom items.
  • Clean staff lunchroom including wiping down tables, microwaves, and refrigerators, and floor care.
  • Clean museum restaurant floors.
  • Clean all areas open to the public in Museum spaces.
  • Process trash removal and corrugated scraps with a compactor.
  • May have to assist with setup or teardown of the facility to prepare for special events and guests.
  • Identify and assess key areas for possible improvement, involving the facility maintenance.
  • Maintains secure, clean, and organized work areas and storage rooms.
  • Assist in the threat reaction program.
  • Performs other projects and duties as assigned.

Education and Experience Requirements

  • Any combination of education or career-related experience that provides the required knowledge and abilities to perform tasks.
  • Previous experience performing light maintenance and janitorial services preferred.
  • Participates in all relevant training and staff meetings.

Qualifications

  • Physical exertion requiring standing and walking all day, repeated bending and lifting, ability to lift up to 40+ lbs.
  • Highly flexible in work start times due to special events.
  • Operate a floor scrubber and other cleaning equipment.
  • Knowledge of cleaning chemicals, supplies and MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets).
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Good communication and time management skills.
  • Must be dependable and adapt to changing work priorities with ease.
  • Candidate must have reliable transportation and a current driver’s license with a good driving record

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Production Shop Manager

Reports To: Sr. Design Director, Special Projects

Summary

Design Philosophy: We are a team that serves each other.

Our work at AIG is not just a job, but also a ministry. Our designers work together as a team and serve each other to create and produce the best solutions for our design requirements. Our purpose through AIG is to serve The Lord with our talents to His Glory for the ultimate purpose of evangelism.

Every project is different and some may require more time and work than others. But our goal is to produce the very best product we can for the funds and time available.

As we move forward with the design of the Ark Encounter project, and deadlines approach, we will be required to do whatever it takes to be sure our exhibits, signage, and graphics and sets are ready and perfect and on time. We will have a 24-month design build process, so you can expect to work from time to time 45–50 hours per week and towards the opening deadline, up to 60 hours, which can include weekends. This is a once-in-a-lifetime project and we want it to be the very best it can be.

Responsibilities

  • Run production shop for building exhibits and exhibit elements, props, furniture, etc.
  • Assemble a team to fulfill fabrication needs as they develop
  • Produce exhibits using wood, metal, plastics, foam
  • Run the paint booth to produce finishes on the exhibits
  • Read design drawings and blueprints to produce exhibits and exhibit elements
  • Work closely with designers to produce one off mockups, models, etc.

Education and Experience

  • At least six years’ experience in running a set shop or fabrication shop

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Warehouse Association—Lead

Reports To: Warehouse Manager

Summary

Oversees warehouse staff on the fulfillment side as directed by Warehouse Manager assigning daily work responsibilities. Keeps work processes flowing by shifting personnel when necessary. Works alongside the staff in performing warehouse work related to receiving, stocking shelves, and pulling, packing and shipping all outgoing orders to individual customers, resale accounts, bookstore and events.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • As directed by warehouse manager, assigns responsibilities to fulfillment warehouse staff.
  • Pulls, packs, checks, and ships all out-going orders to individual customers, resale accounts, bookstore and events.
  • Receives and shelves incoming stock
  • Receives and logs all overnight packages
  • Notifies other staff of package receipt
  • Takes packages to post offices
  • Restocks shelves as assigned
  • Monitors supplies
  • Prepares documentation for international orders
  • Keeps work area clean and neat at all times
  • Utilizes volunteers to help meet needs
  • Enters event orders through the Event Order System coordinating with the event manager.
  • Tracks event orders for appropriate delivery time.
  • Coordinates with event managers as necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Processes customer returns.
  • Trains new staff and volunteers.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of one year experience in a leadership role
  • Attention to detail
  • Good people skills in dealing with others as they seek help from the warehouse
  • Good verbal communication skills
  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word
  • Self motivated, with little supervision required
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Lift at least 70 lbs., and stand on feet the majority of the day
  • Fork lift certification preferred

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Seasonal Employment

Bookstore Sales Associate (Seasonal, Full-Time)

Reports To: Bookstore Manager and Assistant Manager

Summary

Bookstore Sales Associates are “front-line” employees. They help guests select items that match interests created from their museum experience and that give apologetic evidence to support literal biblical views.

Responsibilities

  • Help guests select support products
  • Price sticker products, stock products on shelves, inventory (count) products
  • Build and maintain merchandise displays
  • Clean and maintain fixtures
  • Ability to lift 40 lbs.
  • Stand for extended periods of time
  • AiG product knowledge a plus
  • Prefer minimum of one year retail experience
  • Ability to work weekends required
  • Able to multitask in a fast-paced environment
  • Perform cashier register functions including end of day counting and balancing

Requirements

  • Able to stay calm under pressure
  • Be consistently gracious to guests
  • A successful seller of products and ideas
  • Consistent witness for Jesus Christ
  • Mission focused and driven
  • Neat appearance—uniform required
  • Highly motivated

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Customer Service Representative (Seasonal)

Reports To: Customer Service Manager

Summary

To provide the best possible customer experience for all phone customers. Handles daily customer orders, inquiries, and complaints in a friendly and efficient manner.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Answer phone, assist customers with order (describe products, prices, etc.).
  • Be proactive in suggesting complementary products to go with items already ordered.
  • Make outbound calls to return voicemails and encourage product sales.
  • Enter new customers’ name and address in Donor Studio.
  • Enter order in Donor Studio, determine shipping, and confirm the total.
  • Take magazine subscription orders and answer questions.
  • Answer miscellaneous questions or transfer calls to appropriate department.
  • Take reservations and payments for Creation Museum events.
  • Answer customer emails in a timely and professional manner.
  • Answer order and subscription status questions.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience Requirements

  • One to three years experience in customer service, sales, and/or marketing

Qualifications

  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Aptitude to learn Donor Studio database
  • Knowledge of Answers in Genesis ministry and products a plus
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Knowledgeable about all AiG resources to provide the customer recommendations

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Food Service Associate (Part-Time)

Reports To: Manager, Chef, and Coordinators

Summary

This is a support position of considerable importance as these team members will support the core management and production team. Food Service Associate will be trained in multiple areas of operations including food production, line server, cashier, utility, and beverage service. Support Staff may work in a variety of venues during any scheduled shift.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Promote the Answers in Genesis and Creation Museum mission.
  • Ensure our guests dining experience enhances their Museum visit.
  • FSSS work to serve our guests.
  • Ensure that safety and hygienic operations of the kitchen and ancillary areas are adhered to by all members of staff (HACCP).
  • Adhere to all Department of Health regulations.
  • Follow and adhere to Food Service Department standards, departmental goals and procedures.
  • Monitor food service activities to ensure that professional standards are maintained.
  • Follow direction of Managers, Chefs, and Coordinators.
  • Work well with team members and the inter-department team members.
  • Work schedule as posted.

Education and Experience Requirements

  • Ability to meet all Answers in Genesis Human Resources requirements.
  • Must be able to work all seven days of the week (rotating weekends off).
  • Must be open to on the job training.
  • Willing to be flexible with schedule based on operation needs and demands.
  • Ability to communicate with the public effectively, present information and respond to questions from managers, clients, customers, staff and museum guests.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work in a variety of settings with a diverse team.
  • Ability to keep a clear head in a fast-paced environment and reacts well under pressure in order to maintain pleasant working relationships with a diverse group of staff and museum guests.
  • Must be able to keep pace as the flow of business demands.
  • Able to regularly lift up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift up to 30 pounds.
  • Required to bend, twist, stoop, push, pull, and stand for extended periods of time without significant rest periods.
  • Must be willing to work weekends.

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Guest Service Representative (Seasonal)

Reports To: Guest Services Manager and/or other Department Managers as applicable

Summary

The Guest Relation Staff positions are widespread and cover a number of essential areas. Staff will have the opportunity to fill several different roles which means that "flexibility" is a key requirement.

Scope

Positions are based on peak operating hours.

General Purpose and Objective

All Guest Relations Staff, regardless of the specific position, is responsible for performing diversified functions to everyone who visits the Creation Museum including, but not limited to, offering warm, superior hospitality with a SMILE; giving a cheerful greeting, providing information, giving directions, answering questions; and anything else necessary to help ensure that each visitor has a “Raving Fan” level experience.

Essential Job Functions

  • Train and prepare to serve if called upon as an information specialist concerning AiG and the Creation Museum (design, history, objectives, ministries), ready and able to point the way to guide maps, schedules, restrooms, cafes, and any other guest need that may arise during the course of whatever duty you are performing.
  • Ready to research and document answers of unanswered questions for future guests.
  • Assist with special unscheduled limited tours/visits of the museum when necessary.
  • Enforce and implement security/safety procedures; alert security personnel to difficult and/or hostile visitors.
  • Works as needed in food preparation and basic kitchen duties within the Food Service Department.
  • Basic food handling knowledge for shifts scheduled within the Food Service Department.
  • Prepared to promote and advise visitors about memberships.
  • Provide excellent face-to-face customer service for the museum visitors.
  • Participation in team projects and problem solving groups.
  • Attend assigned meetings within and outside the museum with staff to share information about proper department procedures and guidelines.
  • Participate in monthly meetings with other members to help coordinate team building and customer service training.
  • Maintain assigned areas of the museum in terms of order and appropriate supply level.
  • Greet all guests with a SMILE and a friendly “Hello.”
  • Provide hospitality and assistance for special events and scheduled groups.
  • Facilitate the admission process by providing information to visitors as they wait in line.
  • Engage in continuing education about the ministry and job functions.
  • Assist in execution of various tasks involved in the set up and operations of Guest Services.
  • Awareness of cleanliness levels throughout. Basic chemical knowledge for shifts scheduled within the Accommodations Department.
  • May conduct walking presentations/tours and answer questions concerning the museum and the work of AiG.
  • Monitor flow of pedestrian traffic and reports and/or helps solve congestion.
  • Monitor activities and performs special duties related to any museum public area.

Job Qualifications and Requirements

  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred but not required.
  • Proven ability and desire to cheerfully deal with the public.
  • In depth knowledge of the AiG and Creation Museum mission, philosophy, values, and objectives.
  • Ability to memorize and retain facts, scripts, recipes, and information pertinent to position.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact with all levels and types of people.
  • Must have a neat appearance, dress professionally in Creation Museum ‘uniform,’ and be able to represent the ministry in a professional manner.
  • Ability to apply logic, rational thinking, intuition, and discernment in innovative ways to analyze situation, solve problems, and make decisions.
  • First aid and/or CPR training is a plus.
  • Ability to handle stress of constantly changing priorities and demands.
  • Must have a genuine interest in others and an enthusiastic, positive personality.
  • Able to undergo training and interactive/written testing.
  • Is flexible and willing to embrace change/shift priorities on a regular basis.
  • Is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ; maintains a courteous, Christ-like attitude in dealing with people within and outside the Creation Museum; adheres to the Statement of Faith; upholds AiG’s ministry in prayer.
  • Demonstrates behaviors aligned with museum core values.
  • Adaptability and ready to work in different departments as the schedule or needs dictate.
  • Dedicated to meeting guests needs credibly and enthusiastically.
  • Self-control and integrity.
  • Consideration of others; teachable nature.
  • Adaptability and ready to work in different departments as the schedule or needs dictate.
  • Responsive and personable.
  • A second language is a plus but not required.

Working and Physical Conditions

  • Works at various positions throughout the museum including, but not limited to, theaters, lobby, exhibit areas, parking lots, queue lines, nature trails, food service, grounds keeping, food service, housekeeping, and picnic areas.
  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, and converse with guests for up to five hours without a break and be able to move to different positions throughout an eight- to ten-hour day.
  • Evenings, weekends, and holidays are required.
  • Will probably work in one or more positions during the shift as assigned by the supervisor.
  • Exceptional ability to multitask and accurately follow instructions in a fast paced environment.

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Housekeeping/Accommodations Associate (Seasonal)

Reports To: Housekeeping Manager

Summary and Scope

Receives direction and responsibilities from the Manager and participates in a range of housekeeping duties to ensure that every area our staff and guests are exposed to are clean, healthy, and attractive with specific attention to the cleanliness of our whole Creation Museum facility.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Performs housekeeping and janitorial duties during regular working hours to help maintain high standard of cleanliness.  Duties include trash pick-up, dusting furniture, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, cleaning ceiling vents, cleaning hallways, detail restroom cleaning (private office and public spaces), floor waxing, window cleaning, etc.
  • Cleaning the bathroom sinks, toilets, floors, mirrors and restocks necessary bathroom items.
  • Cleans staff lunchroom including: wiping down tables, microwaves, and refrigerators and floor care.
  • Cleans museum restaurant and other Museum common areas.
  • Cleaning all areas open to the public in Museum spaces.
  • Process trash removal and corrugated scraps with a compactor.
  • Inventories janitorial and cafeteria supplies and submit orders for supplies as needed.
  • Polishes all door brass and necessary furniture in conference rooms.
  • Assist with setup of the facility to prepare for special events and guests.
  • Assist with food serving and clean up during high profile meetings.
  • Identify and assess key areas for possible improvement, involving the facility maintenance.
  • Routinely inspects and maintains the building and grounds.
  • Assists with plans, budgets and schedules for facility maintenance and modifications.
  • Maintains secure, clean and organized work areas and storage rooms.
  • Assist in the threat reaction program.
  • Performs other projects and duties as assigned.

Education and Experience Requirements

  • Any combination of education or job-related experience that provides the required knowledge and abilities to perform tasks.
  • Previous experience performing light maintenance and janitorial services preferred.
  • Participates in all relevant training and staff meetings

Qualifications

  • Physical exertion requiring standing and walking all day, repeated bending and lifting, ability to lift up to 40 + lbs.
  • Operate a floor scrubber and other cleaning equipment.
  • Knowledge of cleaning chemicals, supplies and MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets).
    Excellent attention to detail.
  • Good communication and time management skills.
  • Must be dependable and adapt to changing work priorities with ease.
  • Candidate must have reliable transportation and a current driver’s license with a good driving record

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Warehouse Associate (Seasonal)

Reports To: Warehouse Manager

Summary

Perform warehouse work related to receiving, stocking shelves, and pulling, packing and shipping all outgoing orders to individual customers, resale accounts, bookstore and events.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Pulls, packs, checks, and ships all out-going orders to individual customers, resale accounts, bookstore, and events.
  • Enters all event orders through the Event Order System coordinating with the event manager.
  • Tracks event orders for appropriate delivery time.
  • May receive and shelve incoming stock.
  • Receives and logs all overnight packages.
  • Notifies other staff of package receipt.
  • Coordinates with event managers as necessary.
  • Takes packages to post offices.
  • Restocks shelves as assigned.
  • Monitors supplies.
  • Daily updates postage account.
  • Prepares documentation for international orders.
  • Keep work area clean and neat at all times.
  • Utilizes volunteers to help meet needs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Attention to detail
  • Good people skills in dealing with others as they seek help from the warehouse
  • Good verbal communication skills
  • Basic understanding of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word
  • Self motivated, with little supervision required
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Lift at least 70 lbs., and stand on feet the majority of the day
  • Fork lift certification preferred

NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Web Content Assistant (Seasonal)

Reports To: Web Content Manager

Summary

This position would work with the Web Content Manager and others in the Web Department to complete various tasks relating to the content of the AiG website. This person would work on a computer to insert or edit code in articles and pages on the AiG website.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Inserting or editing links to other articles in pages or articles that already exist.
  • Working in a content management system to add and modify entries.
  • Fixing content or code errors in articles/pages/blog entries.
  • Reviewing content to look for errors in the code or content.
  • Adding or removing articles.
  • Updating material that may be out-of-date.
  • Removing links to pages that no longer exist or that have moved.
  • Identifying areas of the site that may be out-of-date or in need of updating.
  • Writing HTML code for pages that need additions to them.
  • Coordinating with others in order to effectively accomplish larger projects.
  • Testing and reporting on new web features.
  • With appropriate experience, writing or assisting with web programming.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities

  • Ability to sit at computer and work for extended periods of time.
  • Proofing skills in both HTML and content.
  • Effective communication skills concerning projects and tasks.
  • Ability to communicate clearly through email and chat programs.
  • Ability to prioritize multiple projects and switch between them as needed.
  • High level of computer competency.
  • Understanding of Internet trends and tools.
  • Knowledge of CSS and .Net is a plus.
  • Confidentiality concerning upcoming projects until they are unveiled.

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Web Developer (Seasonal)

Reports To: Web Development Manager

Summary

Primary functionality of this position is writing JavaScript and DJango (Python) development releases, for web sites integrating into a PostgreSQL database. The role requires the ability to review requirements provided by a systems analyst and develop code that meets those requirements.

Responsibilities

  • Codes new features and bug fixes for large-scale CMS, eCommerce, and legacy systems using the Django framework
  • Provides JavaScript development for multiple web interfaces
  • Integrates web sites with PostgreSQL databases
  • Uses BaseCamp for task assignments and time tracking
  • Maintains task prioritization and meets aggressive deadlines
  • Works in a team environment, providing daily/weekly SCRUM updates
  • Works within three-week sprint development cycles 
  • Knowledge and Abilities

Education and Experience

  • Javascript development experience
  • Python / Django development experience
  • PostgreSQL development experience preferred
  • One year development experience or combination of education and development experience

Items Needed for Possible Employment

  • Resume
  • Salary requirements
  • How did you find out about this position
  • Salvation testimony
  • Creation belief statement
  • Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG Statement of Faith

Please send, with cover letter, to: HR Department.

Send email.

Career Opportunities in the United Kingdom:

AiG–U.K. currently has no new career opportunities available.

Other Employment (Not AiG or Creation Museum)

Zip Line Tour Guide (Not AiG or Creation Museum)

Looking for an exciting full- or part-time job?

Like working outdoors?

Enjoy working with people?

Not afraid of heights?

18 years old or older?

The new Zip Line and Canopy Adventure Course at the Creation Museum is looking for people to be trained as adventure tour guides. Immediate openings available. Must be able to work weekends.

Interested? Send an email to Donna at Historic Banning Mills for an application; do not contact the Creation Museum.

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