Burton Market Hall first opened its doors in 1883 and is built in the same location as the original fifteenth century hall. Since then, the Market Hall has become an integral part of Burton’s culture and is still trading to this day.
Following a refurbishment in 2013/14, Burton Market Hall reopened in June 2014 and now plays host to a wide array of stalls and special events.
The Market Hall offers a range of both permanent shop units, pop-up and outdoor stalls to suit businesses of all shapes and sizes.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed person to work in our small markets team.
The full duties, responsibilities and requirements of the role are detailed in the job description.
You must have an effective telephone manner being able to deal with face to face, email and telephone queries. Experience in administrative environment is essential and you must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office systems.
You will be required to ensure the security of the market buildings and other property, including being a key holder, responding to alarm call outs and alarm setting for Market Hall.
Flexibility to work at weekends and out of normal working hours is essential.
The Council is actively building diverse teams and welcomes applications from everyone, including people of different age, sex, gender, ethnicity, religion, and sexual orientation. ESBC is a Disability Confident Employer.
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