Working at Port Sunlight Village Trust

What’s it like working for Port Sunlight Village Trust?

Thanks for your interest in joining the team at Port Sunlight Village Trust. Discover our current vacancies and what it’s like working here.

PSVT is a charity, private landlord and is custodian of Port Sunlight, a heritage site, visitor destination, and independent residential and business community. That means, we do a lot! We have around 50 knowledgeable and passionate staff, supported by a growing number of volunteers, who together carry out the vital work we do to make Port Sunlight an inspiring place to live, work and visit. Our teams range from gardeners and visitor services to HR & finance to community engagement.

Current job opportunities

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Resident and Community Engagement Officer

This exciting new role will oversee the implementation of PSVT’s first Resident Engagement Strategy. Over the next two years the Resident and Community Engagement Officer will be responsible for facilitating resident and community engagement in Port Sunlight Village, supporting PSVT and its staff to ensure the voices of local residents are able to influence the design and delivery of PSVT’s services. Download full job advert here.

To apply, send your CV and completed supporting statement to [email protected]

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About Us

Benefits of working for us:
  • Generous holiday allocation
  • BHSF scheme
  • A strong emphasis on organisational values and workforce health, wellbeing and engagement
  • A beautiful working environment
  • Hybrid and flexible working
  • 15% discount in the gift shop
  • Free on-site parking
  • The chance to work for a charity in the heritage sector where every penny is reinvested to support our cause


Accessibility and representation

PSVT is committed to ensuring that applicants for all paid and voluntary positions are provided with equity of opportunity. We encourage applications from all interested individuals, regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, offending background, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, and marriage and civil partnerships. We are also determined to ensure our recruitment processes are fully accessible and that all reasonable adjustments are made to enable individuals to carry out their roles effectively.