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Posted: 05/11/2016

Tybee Island Historical Society
Buildings and Grounds

Tybee Island Historical Society is a non-profit dedicated to preserving the history of Tybee Island and its most historic sites.

Professional Opportunity
Tybee Island, GA
Open Until


  • Helps Executive Director(ED) and the Director of Operations (DO) with any preservation projects that the Tybee Island Historical Society may be involved with as the ED and DO direct.
  • Must have knowledge of and be able to utilize the Secretary of Interior Standards on all Preservation/maintenance projects.
  • Must maintain all currently restored buildings using the Secretary of Interior Standards including but not limited to: exterior, interior and all furnishings and fixtures
  • Must be able and willing to perform basic janitorial skills including but not limited to cleaning bathrooms, putting out trash, mopping, sweeping and picking up trash
  • Must be knowledgeable of all OSHA guidelines and implement them on all work projects
  • Must monitor all visitors while working on the grounds to make sure that all site rules are being followed
  • Help with any basic carpentry, electrical and plumbing issues that may occur
  • Must be able to work a full day out of doors possibly in inclement weather
  • Must be able to help grounds supervisor with all seasonal planting and some mowing
  • Must be able to perform all other duties as directed by the ED and DO including but not limited to: parking lot duty, event set-up and preparation, monitoring of Lighthouse, Head Keepers and Museum.



* This is a very physically demanding job involving heavy lifting and standing for long periods.

How to apply
email Sarah Jones at sarah@tybeelighthouse.org

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