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Front of House Staff, The Sherlock Holmes Museum

London, Regents Park Closes Thursday 31 July 2014 Paid (£25k-30k) Full time Artform: crafts, film, libraries, museums, photography, music, theatre, visual arts   Contact: Andrea von Ehrenstein



We are a popular cultural attraction seeking lively Front of House staff to meet and greet our visitors, deal with ticket enquiries, sell souvenirs in our quaint Victorian shop and support our friendly team of attendants and ushers.

This is a busy and demanding position requiring a cool head, diplomacy and affability.

Previous experience in working in the theatre, heritgage or retail sector would be useful although we would be willing to train successful applicants/graduates. The position would suit those looking to try a change of career for a while.

We offer permanent or temporary positions on a starting salary of £450 per week for 5 days work ie., £90 pounds per day. It's fun, but hard work!

Please contact the Manager Andrea von Ehrenstein by sending your CV today WITH your PHOTO for a prompt response. Any covering letter should be brief, please!



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