Part time / Job share opportunity
We are seeking reliable and passionate cooks with experience of running a café, customer service and cash handling.
£9.60 per hour (£18,470 pa pro rata) including leave entitlement and benefits.
Working 10am – 4.30pm daily April – Sept
10am – 3.30pm daily October, Feb & March
This is your chance to make a visit to the delightful Anne of Cleves House even more memorable. The cafe and Tudor tea garden have a separate access to the museum, so that everyone can enjoy a meal or drink in the setting of this beautiful Tudor home.
It is essential that you hold a food hygiene certificate and that you have experience of baking and of making food such as soups and quiches. You will be working alone or managing a team during busy periods.
For an informal discussion, please contact Sean Arnold, Property Manager (Lewes) on 01273 486290.
Completed application forms should be sent to email@example.com
Closing Date: 27th March 2020
Interview date: week beginning 30th March 2020
Sussex Past is home to the Sussex Archaeological Society, which is a registered charity and pursues a policy of equal opportunities. We encourage and welcome applications from all backgrounds and all parts of the community. All applications are judged on merit.
Fishbourne Roman Palace has the following vacancy for volunteers:
We will be opening a second-hand bookshop in the start of our new season and are looking for volunteers to oversee the day to day running of the shop. Bookshop volunteer profile For more information please email Betina Blake firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
Volunteers required for Lewes Library Project –
Are you reasonably computer confident?
Looking for a volunteering opportunity which can be done either at home or in the Society’s Library in Lewes?
The Society’s library is currently looking for assistance with 2 major projects:
Recording details of articles and search terms as part of our project to digitise the Society’s annual publication known as Sussex Archaeological Collections – this requires access to a PC with MS Excel but does not require visits to Lewes as the data can be transmitted electronically. It is anticipated that this project will end by December 2020.
Improving the data in the Society’s online library catalogue – this involves being in the library in Barbican House, Lewes for at least a half day a week on a regular basis.