23 April 2018

We Are Recruiting!

We are looking for Casual Visitor Services Assistants to join the team at Burton Constable Hall & Grounds who will be responsible for providing an excellent visitor experience working across the museum site including the Hall, Stables and Gift Shop.

The successful candidates will enjoy communicating, listening, team-working and creative-problem solving to ensure an excellent visitor experience. Enthusiasm, adaptability and excellent communication skills will be just some of the attributes you will need to be successful in this role.

Burton Constable Hall & Grounds are open to the public seven days a week and the successful applicant must be available to work on weekends.

Salary: £7.83 per hour

Contract: Casual

A casual contract means Burton Constable Foundation can choose to offer you opportunities to provide occasional services as a Casual Visitor Services Assistant, as and when they arise, which you can choose to accept or decline. 

Applications must be received by midnight Sunday 6th May. Please send your CV and covering letter by email to joyswift@burtonconstable.com or by post to Joy Swift, Visitor Services Manager, Burton Constable Foundation, Burton Constable Hall, SKirlaugh, Hull, HU11 4LN.

Interviews will take place on Thursday 10th May.

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