RWA Visitor Experience Manager


Deadline Monday 03 September 2018

Salary £23,000
Hours Full time, including some weekends
Interview Date 10/09/2018

Our Visitor Experience Team welcomes around 50,000 each year, acting as ambassadors for the RWA. They provide assistance and information at each step of our visitor’s journey, anticipating their needs and ensuring a warm welcome.

Whether selling tickets, advocating membership, way finding or dealing with telephone enquiries, our mission is to ensure our visitors enjoy a memorable, enjoyable and welcoming experience.

Find out more and download the Job Description from our website here

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