Vacancy: Game Shoot "Intern" Belvoir Castle

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enfieldspares

Well-Known Member
The Belvoir estate extends over 16,500 acres (6,700 hectares) of beautiful countryside in North West Leicestershire. Occupation of the castle (Home - Belvoir Castle) goes back to at least the Norman conquests and it has provided a family home and important and spectacular heritage site for many hundreds of years. In more recent years the Castle has been used regularly as a location for Films and TV (e.g. Netflix's award winning series "The Crown"). The Castle attracts many thousands of visitors each year to the grounds, to events and to the newly opened Belvoir Engine Yard retailing area.

The Interns will each gain valuable experience of how a modern and thriving Country Estate operates. We are looking for four enthusiastic, energetic, flexible individuals with a positive outlook and approach, who would thrive within a small team in a challenging "hands-on" environment, working in the following areas;

4.) Commercial Game Shoot - This role will support the highly successful commercial game shooting team to help to continue to grow business and provide a memorable day's experience to our visitors. We are looking for someone who has a passion and interest in the countryside and its traditions, working outdoors, has a flair for sales, is good at planning and organising, and enjoys communicating and engaging with people.

The appointments will start immediately and initially be for a period of 12 months. Accommodation will be provided on the estate.

Contract length: 12 months

Application deadline: 15/01/2021

Job Types: Full-time, Internship

Salary: From £15,000.00 per year

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday
COVID-19 considerations:
Fully Covid compliant
 

Yorric

Well-Known Member
I've been shooting at the castle.(not game).... Was on a day when we shot a multi black powder cannon salute off the terrace to celebrate an important birthday in the bos's family. ,,,, (His son's 21st I think). In the days when John Higgs was still with us (MLAGB & Epperstone range). Happy memories!
Great fun , great place, good people!
Ian
 

enfieldspares

Well-Known Member
I'm told, don't know, but believe it 100% true that at Belvoir the guns must not see the beaters. That the beaters have to stay in whatever wood it is they are driving and can't come out such that the guns then see them. A bit odd but worth bearing in mind if you are applying for this position that things done at X may not be done the same at Y.
 
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