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Guide - Demonstrator 1 (S) (Islands of Hawaii) - TBD, 19hr

Brigham Young University Hawaii

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Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
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Islands of Hawaii

Position Scope
Provides cultural information through demonstrations and lectures, and teaches songs, dances, crafts, games and cultural phrases to guests.
Learns how to create, maintain and/or do repairs of moderate difficulty on cultural artifacts, buildings, and props using a variety of equipment and materials.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned by the manager.

Must be in good health and have a voice that can endure up to four hours of speaking in any given time frame
Must be capable of moving freely among the guests and be capable of a full range of body movement.
Must be able to communicate in English.
Must know the basics of playing the ukulele.
Must look Polynesian.

Must attach resume and current semester's class schedule (weekly view format).
Should be knowledgeable about the culture being represented.
Should be able to speak the language of the culture being represented.
Should be a high school graduate.
No prior work experience necessary.

Must attach Resume and Spring 2022 class schedule (weekly view)

Work Schedule

TBD, 19hr

All applicants must be available for an on-site interview at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, HI


Working at Brigham Young University Hawaii

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY–HAWAII is the preeminent international center of learning in the Pacific. Its small campus is a unique laboratory of intercultural leadership development, where a diverse population of 2,500 students representing over 70 countries live, study, and work together. Small classes taught by expert faculty empower students to master challenging and relevant curriculum, while affordable tuition, financial aid, and online study options make this valuable education more accessible than ever.

Operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a total BYU–Hawaii education involves not only intellectual learning and career preparation, but also moral, ethical, and spiritual enrichment. All the while, students enjoy living and learning in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Graduates go forth to serve, prepared to promote peace and prosperity as leaders worldwide.

The spirit of Aloha is what BYU–Hawaii employees wear when performing their duties. "Aloha" means mutual regard and affection and extends warmth in caring with no obligation in return. "Aloha" is the essence of relationships in which each person is important.

BYU–Hawaii employees find fulfillment as they take part in the mission of Brigham Young University Hawaii: "to assist individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life and in their efforts to influence the establishment of peace internationally."

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(808) 675-3446
55-220 Kulanui Street
BYUH #1947
United States
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