Here’s your chance to work at Holkham Hall

PUBLISHED: 15:29 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:29 13 February 2018

Holkham Hall in the distance over the Lake. Photo: Martin Sizeland/

Holkham Hall in the distance over the Lake. Photo: Martin Sizeland/

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A range of job vacancies are currently available at Holkham Hall.

Holkham is a modern and thriving 25,000 acre agricultural estate with an annual turnover of £27m.

At the height of its visitor season, the estate employs around 250 people to work across a range of different roles, including tourism and leisure, agriculture and property.

Positions available include Hall Stewards, Security Staff, Event Staff, Catering Assistants, Bar and Restaurant Assistants, Housekeepers, Car Park Attendants and Visitor Services Assistants.

A recruitment open day will be taking place on Saturday, February 17 in order to provide more information on the roles and fill vacancies.

A spokesman for Holkham said: “We value team-working and mutual respect and, as the majority of our roles are customer facing, we employ people based on their behaviour and strengths.

“We look for natural enthusiasm and energy combined with focus and excellent attention to detail so that we consistently deliver both a professional and enjoyable customer experience.”

Those wanting to attend the open day should register by emailing and providing details of which role they are interested in.

For more information about the vacancies visit

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