Legislative Assembly Office
The Legislative Assembly Office supports the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly – providing nonpartisan procedural, administrative and educational services.
We offer challenging work, a rich history, a beautiful location and support for career-long learning.
As a Heritage Interpreter you will be an ambassador for the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. You will use your dynamic interpretation and presentation skills to deliver tours and inquiry-based educational programming focused on the history, parliamentary process and political practices of the Alberta Legislature. This includes leading interpretive tours and programs through the Legislature Building and Grounds as well as the Visitor Centre in the Edmonton Federal Building. To engage our visitors in an exceptional experience, you will project a professional and nonpartisan attitude in interactions with clients along with a strong commitment to client service.
Completion of postsecondary education is required. Experience in educational programming, cultural and/or historical interpretive techniques and an interest in parliamentary process and the history of Alberta are considered assets for this position. Knowledge of Alberta’s history, indigenous cultures as well as proficiency in French, American Sign Language or other languages are also considered assets.
Rate of pay for Heritage Interpreters is $20.78 per hour plus 11.2 per cent in lieu of holiday and statutory entitlements.
This part-time position requires the flexibility to work day, evening, weekend and statutory holiday shifts as hours of work may vary.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under further consideration will be contacted. Final candidates will undergo preemployment checks.
Please submit your resumé by May 10, 2019, to:
Legislative Assembly Office – Human Resource Services
4106, 9820 – 107 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta T5K 1E7
Phone: 780.427.1364 Fax: 780.427.6436
For additional information visit assembly.ab.ca