Visitor Services Assistant (Warden)
graduate job

Visitor Services Assistant (Warden)

Royal Collection Enterprises
£9.75 per hour
City of Westminster
Time left to apply
2 days to apply on Prospects

Job description

It's starting everyday conversations in magnificent surroundings.

It's inspiring people to learn something new. And it's about working as a team to bring this unique collection to life. This is what makes working for Royal Collection Trust so special.

Every year thousands of people from around the world visit The Queen's Gallery, Royal Mews and Clarence House in London.

Joining a diverse and enthusiastic team, with a real passion for customer care, you'll be engaging with every visitor who comes through the door.

Helping to make their experience unforgettable, you'll greet visitors with a friendly and warm welcome.

Not only will you answer their questions and provide information to enrich their visit, for some of our visitors your challenge will be to devise, and deliver, first-class guided tours.

And in everything you do, you’ll aim for the highest possible standards of visitor care and security.

This is your opportunity to use your personality and customer service skills to deliver the exceptional.

Fixed term (March-October).

Person requirements

  • With friendly professionalism and the ability to communicate well with all kinds of people, you’ll excel in Visitor Services
  • You’re an outstanding team player who is able to work effectively even when things get busy and remain calm under pressure
  • You'll also be able to think on your feet, a key skill, considering you'll never know what the next question may be
  • And, above all, you know what it takes to create the kind of customer experience that leaves the lasting and positive impression

Accepted degree subjects



£9.75 per hour


City of Westminster

Buckingham Palace

Contract and working hours

Fixed term · Full-time

How to apply

Closing date: 26/11/2017

This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 23/11/2017

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