The Mount Stuart Trust
The Mount Stuart Trust is a Charitable Trust founded in 1985, which works to fulfill the vision of the late John, 6th Marquess of Bute. He believed that the public should be able to enjoy Mount Stuart and its gardens and surrounding grounds, and benefit from its collections and archives. John Bute generously endowed The Mount Stuart Trust with the Bute Estate to provide the support which enables this remarkable house and stunning gardens to be preserved and opened to visitors. The Trust owns and administers Mount Stuart and the Bute Estate.
The Bute Estate
The aims of the Trust are to conserve, preserve and maintain the house, gardens and surrounding grounds for future generations, whilst facilitating public interest, understanding and appreciation of fine and decorative art, architecture and the rural environment, and to promote access, education and research.
We hope you enjoy your visit to Mount Stuart House and Gardens.
Registered Scottish Charity number: SC009584.
Part of the Bute Family
The Bute family motto is “Avito Viret Honore” meaning “to flourish in an honourable ancestry”. The family’s longevity is proof of that motto; our creative vision is anchored in our roots but not tied to them. This unique story is testament to both our pride in our past and the desire to continually move forward.
This reflected in all of the Bute Family Companies from the innovative, modern fabrics designed by Bute Fabrics to the delicious smoked products developed by Ritchies of Rothesay from a time honoured recipe. The Bute Family Charitable Trust is dedicated to supporting charitable causes on Bute and the west coast of Scotland and Mount Stuart & Bute Estate connects people, art, land and learning.FIND OUT MORE
Work for us
Mount Stuart is a dynamic and exciting place to work. If you are pro-active, have excellent communication skills, and a passion for working with people you could be just who we’re after.
We recruit for seasonal and permanent roles on a regular basis.
Mount Stuart require a cleaner to join the team. The successful candidate needs to be a good team player as well as being able to work on their own initiative. You will have a high standard of cleanliness and a passion for delivering 5 star service. Previous experience would be an advantage, however onsite training will be provided. You will work as part of a small, dedicated team.
The Hours worked will be to the needs of the business and total 30hrs per week, although overtime may be required in high season.
Start date January 2019. Rate of pay is dependent on experience.
Interested applicants should submit a CV with covering letter by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or by post to:
Agnes Lyons, Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, PA20 9LR
Closing date for applications is Friday 18th January 2019