Working for Landmark

From experts in building restoration and furnishing, marketing and fundraising, bookings and finance staff, to housekeepers and gardeners, each member of Landmark’s 400-strong workforce helps ensure that historic buildings are rescued and that the people who stay in them have an enjoyable and memorable stay.

Working for Landmark is fun, it can be challenging and you can feel that you are really making a difference in helping to preserve historic buildings.


Pre-Employment Checks

Pre-employment checks apply to all applicants regardless of the vacancy for which they are applying and must be carried out before any offer of employment is made.

Suitable references are required as an element of our employment process, we will seek references at the offer stage.  We will not be able to confirm employment until these are provided before or during probation.

Identity and Right to Work in the UK

As part of the recruitment and selection process all applicants will be required to produce verification documentation at the time of their interview. This is to ensure that the individual’s identity is verified and that they have the right to work in the UK. Candidates will be asked to produce the following pieces of original identification documentation:
• A Passport – in date – showing the holder is a British citizen or a citizen of the UK and Colonies having the right of abode in the UK.
• A full birth or adoption certificate issued in the UK, which includes the name(s) of at least one of the applicant’s parents AND an official document giving the person’s permanent National Insurance number and their name issued by a Government agency (eg HMRC, Department for Work and Pensions) or a previous employer.

European Economic Area nationals will be asked to produce either a national passport or national identity card which indicates that the holder is a national of an EEA state or a permanent residence card issued by the Home Office.

Please note additional evidence may be required from Students undertaking employment or work placements.

Unfortunately, individuals who are unable to provide identification will be unable to secure employment with the Landmark Trust.

Suitable references are required as an element of our employment process. We will seek references at the offer stage.  We will not be able to confirm employment until these are provided before or during probation


Latest job opportunities

How to apply

To apply for all vacancies please complete the Application Form (available in PDF format and as a Word document) and email or send by post to:

HR Administrator
The Landmark Trust

Please note: when applying for Housekeeper vacancies, the completed application form should be sent to the person named in the contact details.

We would be grateful if you would also voluntarily complete and enclose the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

We are currently recruiting for the following positions:


Head Office vacancies

Development Officer (Fundraising Membership and Events - Maternity Cover) - applications now closed

We are looking to recruit a Development Officer to work full time as maternity cover at our Head Office in Shottesbrooke near Maidenhead. This is a terrific opportunity to join the fundraising team of one of the UK’s leading historic buildings charities to raise funds for its diverse projects, by recruiting and engaging with supporters through the management of our successful membership schemes for Patrons and Friends.

Download the full job description for more details.

Closing date: noon on Wednesday 4 October 2017

First interview: Wednesday 11 October 2017

Second interview: Thursday 19 October 2017


Chief Operating Officer (Applications now closed)

The COO role is a key member of the Landmark Trust senior management team, reporting to the Director. This role will be Landmark Trust’s second-in-command and be responsible for the financial well-being of the charity, financial and commercial strategy and day-to-day operational excellence. With a team including Customer Service and Operations, Land and Property, Finance, IT and HR, the role requires an experienced and effective leader, with outstanding financial ability, able to lead across both operational and strategic spheres. The overarching purpose of the COO position is to work with the Director on defining the financial and operational strategy of the Landmark Trust, and then to implement it, thereby enabling the charity to deliver its charitable objects.

Download the full job description for more details.

Closing date: 12 October 2017


Regional vacancies

Properties Assistant – Wales & Midlands (Applications now closed)

This is a part-time role of between 23 and 27 hours per week. It is a hands-on role supporting the Regional Property Manager undertaking administrative and co-ordination activities as well as working with our housekeepers to maintain and improve the presentation of our buildings. The role requires a flexible approach to working hours including being on-call one weekend in two.

For the job description please click here.

Closing date: Noon on Tuesday 17 October 2017
Interviews: Monday 23 October 2017


Framework Agreement

We are looking for consultant Architects and Building Surveyors to enter into a Framework Agreement for up to five years to provide architectural and building consultancy services to assist the Regional Surveyor in delivering quality repair and maintenance work to existing and new properties in Wales and the Midlands. Click here for more information.


Housekeeper vacancies

To view available Housekeeper positions please click here

To apply, please click here for the application form. Housekeeper applications should be sent to the named contact detailed on the Housekeeper vacancies page.