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Kansas Historical Society

Kansas Historical Society headquartersA state agency, the Historical Society will post job openings here in addition to State of Kansas. The Historical Society employs people in a variety of areas including librarians, archivists, historic preservation specialists, archeologists, museum curators, registrars, exhibits designers, educators, graphic designers, historical editors, historic sites managers, and maintenance and clerical positions.

State Application Instructions

Applications must be made through the State of Kansas Civil Service Job Listings. In addition to the Historical Society, this site also includes other state agencies.

Contact: Vicki Harding, HR Consultant / Office of Personnel Services, Kansas Department of Administration, 900 SW Jackson St., Rm 401, Topeka KS 66612, 785-368-6496; vicki.harding@da.ks.gov.

  • Part-time temporary Educational/Informational Representative at Hollenberg Pony Express State Historic Site, Hanover - 28 hours per week, from 1 - 4 p.m. Wednesday and Sunday; 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, from the first Wednesday in April through the last Saturday in October. During the off-season the position will work four hours per week from the last Sunday in October to the first Tuesday in April. Open until filled. See job description | Go to State Employment Center listing

  • Museum teacher. The Kansas Museum of History is seeking people with a love for children of all ages and flexible schedules to serve as museum teachers. These positions conduct educational theme tours for school groups. This is an hourly paid position (no benefits) that is sporadic, with usually a two-week notice of scheduling, based on demand. Training is provided. Peak times are October, November, and January through May. Hours are weekdays, usually in the mornings or early afternoons. Open until filled. See job description | Go to State Employment Center listing

Kansas Historical Foundation

The Historical Foundation employs people in fundraising, retail sales, membership development, and clerical positions. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation that supports the programs of the Historical Society. Job openings will be posted here when available and include information about application procedures. It is not possible to use the State of Kansas Civil Service applications for these positions.

Foundation Application Instructions

When openings are available, please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Terry Marmet, director of operations, twmarmet@kshs.org; or mail to KSHS, Inc., 6425 SW 6th Avenue, Topeka KS, 66615-1099. Questions about the position or application process can be directed to Mr. Marmet at 785 272-8681, ext. 209.

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