Join the Team

Our day to day offerings and diverse programming would not be possible without our wonderful team of volunteers and staff.

If you are interested in joining us please keep an eye out for our posted vacancies below.

Vacancies

Front of House Supervisor

We’re looking for a passionate and hardworking individual to join our small and friendly team as our Front of House Supervisor!

Full Job Description and Person Specification available here. (PDF)

Full Job Description and Person Specification available here. (Word Doc)

To apply please send a CV & Cover Letter outlining how you meet the person specification to the Operations Manager at info@benjaminfranklinhouse.org

Closing date: Thursday 24 June 2021, 5pm

Interview dates: Week commencing 5 July 2021

Please email info@benjaminfranklinhouse.org if you have any questions about the role or if you would like to request the JD and Person Specification in a different format.


Volunteers

Please note the House is currently partially closed due to UK government COVID-19 restrictions. For more information about remote or future volunteering contact our Education Manager.

Our volunteer team is essential to the daily running of the House. By volunteering with us you can meet new people and learn what it’s like to work in a historic house. Our current volunteer vacancies are listed below:

Front-of-House Volunteer

As a front-of-house volunteer you are a vital aspect of our visitor welcome. You will provide a warm welcome to visitors, introduce our main offer the Historical Experience and follow-up with Q&A sessions, as well as process ticket bookings/sales.

Education Volunteer

Our education volunteers support our Education Manager with workshops for KS2 pupils on Tuesdays. This will involve engaging pupils with science demonstrations and interactive games.

Visit Us

Architectural Tour

The Architectural Tour explores the Georgian features of House, along with its fascinating history encompassing Franklin’s long residence (1757-1775), the Hewson anatomy school, and the comprehensive conservation project that saved it from dereliction.