Tintagel Castle
The new Tintagel Bridge leading to the island

Develop your skills at Tintagel Castle

Hoping to start a career in Heritage or Hospitality? We’re recruiting for a number of vacancies at Tintagel Castle – including seasonal, full, and part-time roles – perfect if you’re looking to gain experience at a world-famous visitor attraction.

You'll enjoy a warm and friendly team environment, gain valuable on-the-job training, and deliver a memorable day out for all our visitors. Find out more and apply below.

Current Vacancies

  • Food and Beverage Assistant
    Our cafes provide the social hub of this historic site and you will play a vital part in creating a warm and welcoming environment where our visitors can relax and enjoy high quality food.

  • Visitor Assistant
    Join an amazing team of employees and volunteers, making sure visitors have a great time from the moment they arrive until they say goodbye.

  • Visitor Welcome Manager
    Visitor Welcome Managers help lead our front of house operation . You will be responsible for ensuring our Membership and Admissions teams are working to deliver targets and provide a great visitor experience.

Why work with us?

‘Whether you’re starting a new career, or looking for a seasonal job, Tintagel Castle is the perfect place to hone your skills. You’ll learn lots about visitor experience and how operations work at a busy visitor attraction.’ – Jordan Forbes-Hardy, Historic Propery Steward

‘It’s a wonderful place to work, especially if you love  the Cornish coast’ – Sarah Hart, Retail Manager

Employee Benefits

You'll also get:
  • Full training programme
  • Free car parking
  • Holiday and sick pay
  • No split shifts
  • A generous pension
  • Generous annual leave entitlement, plus the option to buy additional holiday days
  • Free entry to all 400+ English Heritage sites for you, another adult, and up to six children.
  • Discounts with English Heritage holiday cottages, plus in our shops, and tearooms
  • Discounts with high street brands such as Cotswold Outdoor and Vodafone
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