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Jobs and volunteering

Job Role

PSVT is seeking to recruit a new Business Support Officer (Conservation and Maintenance) to join our busy Operations Directorate. The Operations Directorate is responsible for Housing Management, Maintenance and the operational delivery of Heritage Conservation, Landscape and Public Space Management, Customer Service at reception, Cleaning, Security and Community Engagement in relation to Estate Management issues.

The successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining relevant administrative systems and creating and monitoring reports efficiently and effectively to support PSVT’s delivery of conservation and maintenance programmes. A summary of the attributes include:

  • Holding qualifications in Business Administration or 2 year’s proven experience in a similar role.
  • Experience in building conservation, the building/construction industry or architecture is desirable but not essential.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and Access software and the ability to learn bespoke packages used by PSVT.
  • Excellent organisational, administrative and office management skills, with strong attention to detail.
  • A passion for and experience of communicating very technical subjects like building conservation to people with no prior knowledge.
  • Able to demonstrate strong written, verbal and face to face communication skills and be comfortable in dealing with a wide range of people.

Download your application pack here or for more information contact PSVT on 0151 644 4800 or recruitment@portsunlightvillage.com Please note CVs will not be accepted and all applications should be submitted electronically.

The closing date for completed applications is 5pm on 30th October 2020. Interviews will be held w/c 02/11/2020

 

Volunteer Role 

Our staff and volunteers are integral to the success of the village.

Port Sunlight could not function as we do without the invaluable support of our volunteers. Volunteers themselves also gain a lot from their work at the Trust: they develop new skills, make new friends and get to contribute to their local community. Volunteer roles include:

 Meeting and greeting visitors at our Edwardian worker’s cottage
Meeting and greeting visitors at Port Sunlight Museum
Helping out at special events, e.g. lectures, village trails, shows and road races
Carrying out historical and collections-based research
Caring for our collections
Leading learning sessions with schools and other visitors
 Surveying our buildings
• Helping to maintain our bedding displays

Our commitment to supporting and developing our volunteers is outlined in our Volunteer agreement form.

We are currently not recruiting any volunteers at the moment, please check back again soon to see available opportunities.