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This will suit a graduate equivalent level candidate wanting to get hands-on experience of developing interpretative material (working with volunteers and archives) and be working alongside (and be mentored by) an experienced interpretation company, The Creative Core, who are delivering the interpretation for the project. They will work with the Interpretation Officer.

What we are looking for – Strong organisational skills, ability to plan and research, good IT skills, good written and verbal communication skills, genuine interest in heritage interpretation, ability to cope with rapidly changing situations.  Welsh speaking desirable. The ability to drive and access to a car will be desirable for this post.

We can offer you:

  • Salary of £19,094 for under 23 or £19,760 for 23+ (national living wage)
  • A minimum of 28 days paid holiday pro rata, inclusive of all bank and public holidays
  • Company enhanced sick pay
  • Travel benefits on the Ff&WHR and on national rail according to the Rail Staff Travel rules in place at the time of employment
  • Individual and regularly reviewed Training Plan
  • A mentor (separate from your line manager) to help you make the most of your traineeship


Training Plan – Interpretation Trainee
Job Description
Trainee Application Form
Equality and Diversity Form

Further information on the Interpretation Plan and Activity Plan for the project can be found here.