The position will be based at Forthlin Road and Mendips where Paul McCartney and John Lennon grew up
A job vacancy has come up for someone to help care for the childhood homes of Paul McCartney and John Lennon.
The homes, now owned and run by the National Trust, run tours and allow fans to have arguably the most authentic Beatles experience in the world.
Located in South Liverpool, the former home of Paul McCartney has been carefully preserved and presented as it would have been when the Beatles star lived there in the 1950s and 60s.
The National Trust is preparing to run limited tours at the properties at a reduced capacity later this year.
Reopening dates are still be confirmed but National Trust are now advertising the role so that workers are ready to go when needed.
The new Welcome and Service Assistant role offers will involve leading tours at 20 Forthlin Road, the house that Paul McCartney grew up in, as well as being responsible for the day to day care of the property.
There will also be some work required at Mendips, John Lennon’s childhood home.
Simon Osborne, general manager of the National Trust’s Liverpool properties, said: “The successful candidate must be as enthusiastic about bringing the early years of two of the Beatles’ story to life as they are about caring for our visitors and providing a safe experience for them.
“This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity for any fan of the Beatles who is the right person for the job.
“After being closed for over a year to the public, the successful candidate will play an important part in reopening these important places of music history again. We’re unable to confirm reopening dates yet, but please keep an eye on our website.”
The deadline is Sunday, April 4. The salary for this part time, fixed term role is £13,348 based on 1500 hours per year.