Back-up Projectionist wanted

Work one shift a weekend or more!

 ·    Over 21 with some technical and maintenance saavy required.

Cash register experience helpful.  Neat appearance and pleasant attitude expected.

·      Honesty and exceptional customer service required.
Salary dependant on experience.  ($11/hr to start)
FREE popcorn.  FREE admissions on non-work nights.
Qualified applicants should stop and discuss the position with our lead projectionist, Phil Yates, a few minutes after the start of any showtime on the weekend.
Northeast Historic Film (NHF) is an independent nonprofit organization founded in 1986 to preserve and make available moving images of interest to the people of northern New England (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts). The archives holds ten million feet of film and 8,000 analog and digital video recordings and is considered one of the most significant regional moving image archives in the United States. The organization is located on the Main Street of Bucksport, Maine, in a 1916 cinema building, in which NHF operates the Alamo Theatre, a 125-seat cinema, presenting first run films and live cultural and community events. Northeast Historic Film is recognized as a national leader in the community of audiovisual archives, working with colleagues in the Association of Moving Image Archivists and in collaborative projects.