Nottingham Castle has launched its search to fulfil two unique seasonal positions as the maiden voyage of its Land Train approaches this summer.
The historic city attraction is searching for two new team members to share the role of driver and conductor on the eco-friendly land train that will take visitors from Brewhouse Yard to the Castle Colonnade, with a key remit of improving accessibility for all.
It will carry around 35 passengers at one time and features facilities for wheelchair users.
David Johns, interim CEO at Nottingham Castle Trust, said: “The Land Train will not only be an additional attraction, as visitors of all ages will be able to enjoy going past 1000 years of history on their 20-minute journey, but it provides further accessibility to those visitors that require it. This is a fantastic job for anyone with a love for history, the city of Nottingham, or trains!”
The shared driver and conductor role will cover the summer season and play an essential part in educating guests on the Castle’s history and its visitor offering. Applicants must be 25-years or older and hold a full, clean driving license and a PSV Category D licence.