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Museum Café Associate

National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium

4 Positions

ID: 43416

Posted On 02/05/2024

Job Overview

The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium is an outgrowth of the Dubuque County Historical Society, which also operates the Mathias Ham Historic Site and is home to the National Rivers Hall of Fame.

Join us in a fun, fast-paced environment by enhancing the museum guest experience through providing a meal or a snack. An ideal candidate is someone with exceptional customer service skills, enjoys working on a team, and positively portrays the organization. This position offers a flexible work schedule with weekday and weekend hours available (no evenings after 4 p.m. required).

The Dubuque County Historical Society and its properties, the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium and Mathias Ham Historic Site, are committed to embracing diversity, practicing equity, and ensuring accessibility and inclusion. We continually strive to achieve a welcoming environment in all our spaces, where our staff and community feel reflected and valued for their unique perspectives and backgrounds. DEAI values guide and impact all the decisions the museum makes, both internal and external.

Primary duties

  • Take food orders using an electronic point-of-sale system and be comfortable with cash handling
  • Ensure the cleanliness of the dining area and kitchen
  • Follow all food preparation safety laws and rules
  • Interact with guests in a positive, friendly manner

Qualifications

  • Highly qualified candidates are preferred to have previous experience in food service and/or cash handling experience but not required
  • Must be able to read, write, and speak the English language.
  • Must be able to perform any physical demands of job duties, either with or without reasonable accommodation. These demands may include periods of standing, reaching, kneeling, pushing, pulling, carrying, lifting, or moving objects 25 lbs. or less.
  • Final candidates will be subject to a reference and background check.

 How to apply

To learn more, visit www.rivermuseum.org/apply.  Apply by emailing your application or resume, cover letter, and references to apply@rivermuseum.org or by delivering them in person to 350 E. 3rd St., Dubuque, IA.

Research suggests that women and individuals from underrepresented backgrounds often apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. We recognize that it is highly unlikely that any applicant is able to meet all of the qualifications for a given role. Therefore, if you are drawn to this position and feel your strengths would be an asset to the organization, we highly encourage you to apply.

Primary Contact

13113

Marilyn Snyder

Assistant, Administration

563-557-9545

Phone

Phone

Phone

Fax

msnyder@rivermuseum.com

Email

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Job Details

Categories

Cashier
Customer Service
Food and Beverage
Sales/Service
Tourism
Volunteer and Non-profit

Location

Dubuque, IA

Shift

First Shift
Flexible

Job Type

Employee

Full/Part

Part Time

Company ID

1175

Job REQ #

# Positions

4

Start Date

20240205

End Date

20240331

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About the Company

The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium is owned and operated by the Dubuque County Historical Society, which also operates the Mathias Ham Historic Site. The River Museum  and Mathias Ham Historic Site together see over 200,000 visitors and manage outreach programs that serve over 50,000 more per year. Part aquarium, part museum, part science center, it is the mission of the institution to inspire stewardship by creating educational experiences where history and rivers come alive. The organization  employes more than 90 full- and part-time employees, as well as hosts several interns amongst departments.