SPENCERVILLE MILL

May – October 2019

OCCASIONAL CLEANER

A Cleaner is required to clean the Mill in preparation for wedding rentals. The Cleaner will vacuum main floors, upper level,front entrance, indoor and outdoor stairs and dust all window ledges. Serveries counters and sinks must be cleaned. Washrooms must be cleaned, restocked with supplies, and garbage removed.

Pay: $20/hr., up to 3 hours per rental. 

RENTAL SUPERVISOR

The Rental Supervisor will be onsite at the Mill during rentals. The Rental Supervisor will unlock doors, enforce no smoking policy, provide oversight of alcohol consumption and ensure that patrons respect the heritage nature of the building and its holdings. At end of rental, the Rental Supervisor will ensure that lessee and guests return the facilities and grounds to the condition in which they found them before the beginning of their event. This includes, but is not limited to, replacement of furniture, sweeping the floors and the removal of garbage.

Pay: $ 15/hr., Min. 4 hours – to max. 9hours.

To apply for either of these positions contact, SMF Vice Chair Tim East,  timeast1@hotmail.com stating past experience and providing two references.

Job Summary

  • ID:119
  • Date Posted:Apr 08, 2019
  • Number of Positions Available:2
  • Employment Type:Casual
  • Job Location:Spencerville Mill & Museum, 11 Water Street, Spencerville, ON K0E 1X0
  • Deadline:Apr 26, 2019

How To Apply
To apply for either of these positions contact, SMF Vice Chair Tim East, timeast1@hotmail.com stating past experience and providing two references.

About the Company
Company Name:Spencerville Mill & Museum
Location:Spencerville Mill & Museum, 11 Water Street, Spencerville, ON K0E 1X0
Company Profile:DISCOVER OUR HERITAGE MILL Visit the last remaining mill on the South Nation River and discover how the Spencerville Mill adapted from a flour and grist mill serving the community’s needs to a feed mill serving local farmers and feed stores throughout south eastern Ontario. View our artifacts and exhibits for a journey into living history.