A unique part of London's underground history is opened to the public only once or twice a year, providing a small number of guests the opportunity to explore and learn about a well preserved historical time capsule, led by experienced tour guides.
The attraction also has a team of Visitor Services staff, led by a Duty Manager, to ensure all guests experience a fantastic visit. Your role as a CSA is to enthusiastically welcome, greet and register visitors to site, accompany them throughout the tour, ensuring safety and imparting knowledge.
Opening only on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon/evening and all day Saturday and Sunday, the CSA team can expect 3 shifts per week. Shifts may be as long as 12 hours on weekend days, so you must be prepared for this.
Successful candidates must have:
- Excellent customer service skills.
- Experience in public health and safety requirements and evacuation procedures
- Dedication and commitment
- Great weekend availability and flexible apprach to working
- Ability to work as part of a team
- A positive and proactive approach to work
- A fairly good level of fitness as the role requires ascending and descending stairs several times a day
- An interest in London’s history.
Dates - please check all of these against your diary before applying
- Interviews with Artisan People week w/b October 2nd.
- Second Interviews with the events team on Monday 16/10/17
- Training is on 23rd and 24th October - you must be able to attend all days
- The event runs until 3rd December.
- 20-25 hours per week
Pay rate: £9.89 hour.
Training will be provided.
Please apply with a CV and covering letter that addresses all of the above. Any application that does not address these points will be at a serious disadvantage.
Artisan People is an inclusive employer and recognise difference as crucial to our organisation, as well as allowing a greater connection with various audiences. We welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds and are particularly interested in those from individuals with visible or non-visible differences that are currently underrepresented in the cultural heritage sector, to be proportionally representative of society.
Only successful candidates will be contacted.