Join the Treasurer's House team
Treasurer’s House has a team of over 300 volunteers to ensure that visitors make the most of their visit. If you want to make new friends, develop new skills and support the charity - we can provide everything you need to get started.
Ways to get involved by volunteering
Many roles involve welcoming visitors and bringing the stories of the house to life for children, local people and overseas visitors alike. The house is now opening for 7 days a week in the main season so we have quite a few opportunities to join the expanding team. There are also several behind the scenes roles supporting the office with general administration or marketing work, getting hands on in the garden or as part of the conservation teams or researching the history of the house.
In return we can offer training, 20% discount in the shops and cafes & a free entry card, once you have volunteered for 50 hours.
We are looking for Volunteer Room Guides, Tour Guides, Events and Retail Assistants. Take a look at the roles below and give us a call to chat through.
Popular roles include:
Working as part of a team, volunteer gardeners help with the upkeep and development of the garden at Treasurer’s House so that it can be enjoyed by all visitors.
We are looking for passionate and enthusiastic storytellers that will delight our visitors and be a great ambassador for the National Trust. Take a look at the Volunteer tour guide role profile (PDF / 0.1MB) download
Office Support & Marketing
If research or admin is more to your skill-set then we welcome your talents to work alongside the small staff team. There are various marketing roles you can get involved with such as website editing and keeping the social media channels up to date. Full training will be provided and these roles offer great CV building opportunities.
Looking for a job?
Visit the National Trust jobsite for full details of all current vacancies and to apply. The website is updated daily so it's worth looking regularly as any jobs will be added here throughout the year.
History Research Group
Join the York Association
YANT (York Association of the National Trust) share a passion for supporting local properties through social activities, walks, trips & events. NT members & non-members equally welcome.