Floors Castle is a 5 star visitor attraction with an outstanding fine art collection, extensive gardens, retail and catering operations and a venue for events and corporate activities. Combined with the wider Estate, this page is updated if we have any vacancies for specialists within each area.

Personal Assistant to the Duke & Duchess of Roxburghe

An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced PA to work at Floors Castle. This is an important and responsible position and applicants must have the relevant skills, initiative and organisational ability necessary to fulfill the demands of a busy and varied role.

Please apply in writing to the Estate Factor, Mr R Jackson.

Email: [email protected]

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Operations Manager

Floors Castle & Gardens are looking for a driven, people-focused individual to lead on the continuing development of the visitor-facing requirements of the Castle. The successful candidate will provide leadership, supervise the existing members of staff and engender a good, hard-working team spirit while overseeing all aspects of the business including ticketing, kitchen, catering, reception, retail and guides.

Please submit your CV in word format (including salary expectations) to [email protected]

Closing date for applications is 5.00pm Friday 23rd November 2018.


Marketing & Wedding Coordinator

We are seeking a creative and engaging individual to join our team as a Marketing & Wedding Coordinator here at Floors Castle. Our Marketing & Wedding Coordinator will be responsible for managing and delivering marketing activity for Floors Castle & Gardens, as well as aspects of the wider estate. They will also be the key contact for all wedding-related business as the offer is developed and will lead the promotion of Floors Castle & Gardens as a wedding venue.

This job is a great opportunity to implement and develop marketing campaigns at an exciting time for the business.

Closing date for applications is 5.00pm Friday 16th November 2018.

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Scotland’s Largest Inhabited Castle