Morel Farm Housekeeper
The Trust is looking for an experienced Housekeeper to manage its three self-catering units which are opening in May 2023 at Morel Farm, a unique historic building complex in St Lawrence. We are looking for a self-motivated individual who will care for these beautifully restored properties as if they were their own. In addition to cleaning and preparing the units you will be the first point of contact for our guests so must have a positive and customer focused attitude, ensuring that guests have the best possible experience.
Changeover days are normally Fridays and Saturdays and work is to be undertaken between 10am and 4pm. These hours may vary during the shoulder months.
General cleaning and experience in physical, practical tasks is an advantage; however attention to detail and commitment to customer care and service are essential in this role. Experience of housekeeping, cleaning or working in a customer focused role is desirable.
If you are interested in this opportunity please review the attached job description and complete the application form, which should then be sent together with your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date Friday 17th March 2023.
Costumed Interpreter 16 New Street Georgian House – Zero Hours
If your storytelling is as good as your cooking, the Trust may have the perfect role for you…
As a member of our ‘visitor experience’ team, your role is to make visitors to 16 New Street feel as though they are stepping back in time to the Regency period. Working in authentic costume you will bring the historic kitchen and dining room to life and engage visitors in conversation about life ‘above’ and ‘below stairs’ in this important historic property.
In your role as ‘Louisa, the Cook’ you will take responsibility for the interpretation in the kitchen and dining room, working with the rest of the team to provide seasonal displays of historic food and drink – as well as treats for visitors to taste.
As the public face of the National Trust for Jersey, you will provide a warm, friendly welcome to ensure that every visitor has an enjoyable and memorable experience.
In addition to providing interpretation for our visitors you will be expected to collaborate with the Museums Manager and volunteers to build on and improve the overall visitor experience.
This seasonal ‘zero-hours’ role is part time, two days per week, from May to September.
If you are interested in this opportunity please review the attached job description and complete the application form, and send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com. Closing date Friday 17 March 2023.
We are also always looking for volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering with the Trust you can fill out a volunteering form here or you can get in touch with us.
Telephone: 01534 483193
Write to us at: The National Trust for Jersey, The Elms, La Cheve Rue, St Mary, Jersey. JE3 3EN