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Events Supervisor, Burgh House

Description

Burgh House is a Queen Anne Grade-I listed mansion house set in a beautiful terrace garden and is a registered charity. It is located at the heart of Hampstead Village close to Hampstead Heath. It serves the community as an art centre, museum, meeting place, gallery, recital venue, and party and wedding venue. The Cafe runs from the basement and the charity offers a programme of temporary exhibitions and events.

We are looking for confident, approachable people to join our small, dynamic team to deliver excellent customer service and ensure our events run smoothly to the highest possible standard.

Event Supervisors look after Burgh House during private out-of-hours events such as weddings, private events, local society meetings, private views, talks and concerts. They may also be required to open the House to the public at weekends. Event Supervisors are key holders, responsible for the security of the building including setting and un-setting the alarms, and ensuring that events run smoothly.

We are looking for problem solvers with fantastic customer care and an interest in historic, cultural or arts buildings.

With initiative and good judgement you're able to work independently, managing a varied workload in a fast-paced and busy environment.

Working hours will be predominately weekends but will include evenings and bank holidays.

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Salary:

£11 p/h

Working hours:

Casual/part-time including weekends and evenings

How to Apply:

Send your CV, covering letter and our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (available from our website) to Victor Hall via info@burghhouse.org.uk
or by post to
Burgh House,
New End Square,
Hampstead, NW3 1LT

Although the closing date is stated as 10 May 2021, we will still be accepting applications after this date.

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