To apply for any of our vacancies please complete the application form below by using the relevant job description.
We would be grateful if you would also voluntarily complete and enclose the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.
Equal opportunities monitoring form
Shottesbrooke and regional vacancies
For Shottesbrooke or Regional vacancies please email the application form by the stated deadline to the HR Department at [email protected]. For Lundy positions please email [email protected].
For Housekeeper vacancies please view the job description below and email your completed application form to the named contact for the role.
Housekeeper job description
To apply for Lundy vacancies please complete the application form below using the relevant job description and email it to [email protected] by the stated deadline.
Lundy application form
As part of any recruitment process, we collect and process personal data relating to job applications. We are committed to being transparent about how we collect and use that data. Click here to read more. Should you have any questions please contact our HR team at [email protected]
UK 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. Either:
- 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 or
- 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.
Equality, diversity and inclusion
Landmark believes that every individual should have an equal opportunity to access, benefit from and enjoy Landmark's work, whatever their background, culture or identity, and no matter how they encounter us – through holidays or events, as a member of staff or local community, through restoration projects or digital engagement. We seek to represent and embrace the breadth and variety of British history, culture and society, valuing visible and non-visible differences with openness and acceptance. We expect all our staff, trustees, volunteers and candidates to support Landmark’s equality, diversity and inclusion principles and aspirations.