Visitor Attendant (Seasonal)
Glasgow City Council - Glasgow

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An opportunity to work within a unique facility built to protect fossils in their original environment which currently attracts 2,300 visitors per month. Ideally suited to candidates with a geology background with excellent communciation skills and the flexibilty to undertake the following duties: present information to visiting parties, use visual equipment, deal with general enquiries, record visitor numbers, the care/handling of insects in display tanks, first aid, general cleaning, opening and closing the facility. Possession of a current First Aid certificate is essential. It should be noted that the facility is based at the rear of the park and the postholders would be lone workers at the facility. Hours of work are 35 hours per week 5 days over 7. Seasonal cover for visitor atraction from 30 March - mid October 2013 Location: Fossil Grove, Victoria Park, 1 Victoria Park Drive North, Glasgow, G14 5LNSalary: £16,178.77 - £17,634.26 (inclusive of non-core payments)

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