Before you go the the Kite Festival, stop by our Santa Barbara Maritime Museum Store to purchase our unique Tallship kite.
The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum is seeking part-time Store Assistants for our Museum Gift Shop, located in the picturesque Harbor.
Founded in 2000, the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum is a non-profit Museum that houses a wide breadth of Santa Barbara’s rich maritime history. We are a small group of dedicated individuals looking to add another 1-2 people to our team.
This is a permanent entry level position, beginning immediately, with the opportunity to later expand to other departments such as events, education, and curatorial. Work would be 1-2 days a week, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm, potentially any day of the week except Wednesday. Starting pay is $12.00/hr.
Ideally candidates will have some retail experience, but experience isn’t necessary. However, a willingness to learn is required, and an interest in museum or maritime studies is preferred.
Store Assistants will:
-Sell tickets to the Museum as well as gift shop merchandise.
-Take phone, email and in-person reservations for Museum events.
-Learn about the Museum and surrounding Harbor area to provide information to guests.
If you wish to apply please send a resume and your current availability to Lydia at email@example.com. Please feel free to contact me at via email or call (805) 456-8747 if you have any questions about the position!
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Seth and Jack were honored last night at SBMM’s annual fundraiser Seaside Soiree for all their valuable volunteer work for the museum.
Our tattoo exhibit is so popular, it has been extended to October 31, 2016
Captain Fred doing some touch up work on Lil Toot. She’ll be back in action this Friday.
Big crowd at the harbor Saturday to watch Morning Song, go into the water for the first time. It took 25 years to build it in Ken & Loretta Minor’s backyard.
Before the rain hit this morning, the Ranger was pulled out of the water to head to dry dock for needed maintenance. View video
Yesterday SBMM ED Greg Gorga gave a presentation on the Honda Tragedy to more than 60 members of the Lompoc Valley Historical Society.
PHOTO- Greg Gorga with LVHS Director Karen Paaske next to an anchor from the USS Chauncey, one of seven destroyers that sank at Honda Point in 1923.