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Visitor Experience Assistant

The closing date for this role has now passed.

 

Hours: Variable hours, to include at least two weekends a month

Reporting to: Head of Retail and Visitor Experience

Responsible for: Ensuring, through providing exceptional standards of visitor experience, that all visitors are welcomed warmly, encouraged to learn about and engage with the stories of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and the SS Great Britain, and have a safe and enjoyable visit to the site. Visitor Experience assistants offer a variety of products, services and information to enhance the visit.                

Department: Retail and Visitor Experience           

MAIN TASKS

  • Provide a first-class welcome to all visitors on arrival
  • Ensure all visitors enquiries are dealt with swiftly and efficiently
  • Provide details of, and sell admissions tickets, promote Gift Aid and upsell guidebooks
  • Actively promote all onsite activities including talks, tours, and special events
  • Host and help brief school parties and other groups and help manage visitor flow, especially when large groups are visiting
  • Promote and distribute multimedia companions where appropriate
  • Provide a first-class departure, seeking feedback and collecting data
  • Proactively sell merchandise and recommend products
  • Assist with stock-flow from goods-in to shopfloor
  • Assist with commercial retail routines and Visual Merchandising
  • Assist with telephone, mail order and online enquiries and orders
  • Cash handling
  • Comply with all internal policies (eg. Health & Safety, missing children) set out to ensure the safety and welfare of visitors, staff and volunteers
  • Attend occasional communication and training sessions outside core working hours
  • Any other reasonable duties which may be directed by line management
  • Be a point of contact and provide exemplary customer service across the site and at key locations

Skills and Experience

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and an understanding of different visitors’ needs
  • Enjoy and have experience of working confidently with the general public, children and young people
  • Excellent customer care skills
  • Ability to use initiative and work effectively under pressure
  • Ability to acquire excellent knowledge of our products, services, museum content, procedures, departmental structure and key contacts

 

How to apply

Please apply with a CV and covering letter outlining how your skills and experience are relevant to the role to jobs@ssgreatbritain.org.

The closing date for this role has now passed.