As a Public Area Supervisor you will ensure that all Public Area Attendants are following our standards and all guests requests or public area needs are attended to in a professional and prompt manner
Situated in the heart of one of London's most alluring locales, The Park Tower Knightsbridge is a stone's throw away from graceful Hyde Park, fabulous Harrods, Harvey Nichols and the chic dining haunt
Maintains hotel rooms by cleaning, dusting, vacuuming, and polishing; providing linen services. Makes bed by removing and replacing sheets and pillow cases, checking blankets and bedspreads for soili
There are several kinds of roles in the hotel sector that require competent candidates and have room for professional growth. Ranging from hotel maids, cleaners, hotel chefs, front desk receptionists, waiters, baristas, bartenders, security positions, assistant managers, general managers, handymen, housekeeping, concierge to many more.
To start a career in the hotel industry, it helps if the applicant has a friendly personality with a can-do attitude. An ability to stay calm in stressful situations such as dealing with a disgruntled customer will work well in their favour. The nature of hotel jobs requires flexible hours that can cut into evenings and weekends - when many go out to socialise. To succeed in the hotel world, then a candidate must be happy to work such unconventional shifts. The average pay in the hotel industry is £7.80-£15.60/hour. The type of qualification required will vary from job to job in the hotel realm. If one goes for a job in the restaurant branch or at a bar, then experience or a diploma in those fields will be relevant to help a candidate land a job. If going for an assistant managerial position, a hoteling degree or similar qualification may be required.
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