Help Wanted: Museum & Conference Center Manager
Full time position responsible for day-to-day operations and management under the supervision of the Director for building, museum and conference center events. Accounting, event planning & administration, gift shop management and museum & historical documentation.
Manage accounts payables and accounts receivables utilizing QuickBooks/Intuit System. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and QuickBooks. Must be self-starter and ability to multi-task. Salary $32,000 (salary includes health insurance compensation) Must be able to work evenings, weekends and some holidays. DOE. Background check verification will be conducted. Send resume to PO Box 911, Fort Pierre, SD 57532 or complete application on site at Casey Tibbs Rodeo Center: 210 Verendrye Drive, Fort Pierre. No phone calls please. Open until filled.
It took six months to turn a dream into reality! On September 11, 2015, the 12-foot, black steel silhouettes of Casey Tibbs and Mattie Goff Newcombe have been placed on the edge of the Rodeo Center grounds! Thanks to a private donor for making this project a reality and open the door for future silhouettes and to the Pierre/Fort Pierre Community Foundation for your contribution to this pilot project.
These silhouettes are made of durable, 16-gauge black steel and will be lighted for nighttime viewing. They can be seen from Highway 83/Deadwood Ave and we encourage visitors to come up and take their photos beside them.
We can convert any picture into a silhouette or create a special design silhouette for you. (design subject to Board/Staff approval). A personalized or memorial weather-proof plaque will be placed beside each one.
Several individuals/families can contribute to one silhouette. Please allow 3 months for completion. Installation is weather permitting.
Cost: 12-foot silhouette price: $3,900.
3-foot replicas also available for $400:
See Rodeo Center staff for arrangements.
Our anticipation is high for the upcoming Floating Horses documentary about Casey Tibbs. Producer Justin Koehler is filming on schedule and the film should be completed the end of this year. Watch this page or our Facebook page for details regarding the showing date release to be held in Pierre early 2016!
The Casey Tibbs Rodeo Center is located near the Verendrye Monument in Fort Pierre, South Dakota is a historical museum devoted to the legendary sport of South Dakota rodeo; the history and its stars.
With an extensive collection of the memorabilia and collections of icons Casey Tibbs, 9 times World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider and Mattie Goff Newcombe, the spectacular trick rider of the 1920s, this museum provides a historical view into the rich culture which has made rodeo such an important part of South Dakota history.