PART TIME MUSEUM ASSISTANT (2 posts)
12 HOURS PER WEEK - FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY;
AND BANK HOLIDAYS as necessary
Scale 1 Point 11 - 13 £15,507.00 - £16,191.00 (pro rata)
You will be the first point of contact with Museum Visitors.
Key duties include: greeting visitors, providing information, cash handling, and cleaning.
The ideal candidates must be able to work individually and as part of a team and have experience of a public facing role.
Experience of working in a museum environment and a customer care certificate would be desirable.
By application only, CVs not accepted.
Closing Date: - Tuesday 19th July 2016 at 5.00 pm
Interview Date – Tuesday 9th August 2016
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