All aboard the Titanic as visitor attraction set to hire 95 new staff

Titanic Belfast
Titanic Belfast crew members Jennifer Agbele, Conor Clarke, Leah Henderson and Shaun Earnshaw with head of HR Heather Graham (front centre) announcing Titanic recruitment drive (DARREN KIDD)

World-leading tourist attraction Titanic Belfast is hiring close to 100 permanent and temporary staff as it gears up for a new season with its reimagined visitor experience following a £4.7 million refurbishment.

Some 15 of the opportunities are permanent posts across a range of departments including finance, hospitality, facilities, sales and marketing, with a further five roles going out on casual or placement student contracts over the coming weeks.

The remaining 75 jobs are a range of seasonal part and full-time roles available in fixed-term contract positions across visitor experience, ticketing, retail outlets and the goods-in department.

Titanic Belfast’s head of HR Heather Graham said: “This recruitment drive will help us ensure we provide the first-class service and experience that visitors to Titanic Belfast know to expect.

“It follows a hugely successful 2023 for us which included the unveiling of a multi-million-pound investment programme which seen the introduction of four exciting new themed galleries and a stunning new artefact collection, providing our most spectacular visitor experience to date.

“We recently welcomed our 7.5 millionth visitor and are confident that the reimagined Titanic Experience will help us continue to attract a growing number of visitors from around the world.”

Former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell-Horner has described Titanic Belfast as the ‘best museum’ she has been to (PA)
Titanic Belfast, which is recruiting 95 more staff as it gears up for the new tourist season

She added: “Titanic Belfast is an exciting place to work year-round with everyone front and back of house contributing to its success, but the summer months are some of our busiest so our seasonal employees play a hugely important role in ensuring an enjoyable and memorable visitor experience.

“And whilst we find the roles are popular with students, they are also perfect for retirees or people wishing to make a career change and I’m pleased to say that many go on to enjoy longer term employment with us.”

Group assessments and interviews for the high season roles will be held on Friday and Saturday February 16 & 17. with the closing date for applications being Monday February 12. More information at