HOUSEKEEPING IN A PREMIER HOTEL

If you have a desire to be placed in one of the luxury hotels or island resorts within our portfolio, you will need to show a solid understanding of the role and provide evidence of having worked in a similar role within a peer level organisation. Any experience of working in an establishment in a remote location will be advantageous.
Our platinum resort / hotel employers are looking for those individuals who show a genuine interest in the hospitality and tourism industry, with a personal objective of further pursuing this type of work 

  • Start Dates: All year round
  • Salary: Minimum $21.75 + per hour – age / experience / resort dependent
  • Meals: Staff receive free or discounted meals - resort dependent
  • Accommodation: free / subsidised either on/off-site - resort dependent
  • Uniforms: Usually free / subsidised uniform - resort dependent
 
Eligibility Criteria:
  • Minimum 6 – 12 months experience in a similar role within a peer level establishment
  • Minimum commitment 6 months
  • Motivated self-starter
  • Grooming, appearance and cleanliness must be a very high standard (no visible piercings or tattoos)
  • Must be willing to plan your travel arrangements according to employer defined start dates
  • Must be an Australian citizen or be eligible for an Australian Holiday visa
 
Description
 
Being a housekeeper is not easy, as most of your day is spent cleaning up after other people. However, you are left alone most of the time and are generally unsupervised. This type of job does not require much in the way of public communication or interaction, as you will usually go in after the guests have left for the day or checked out.
 
Did You Know? 92% of employees in the resort housekeeping field are female and only 8 % are male.
 
As a housekeeper you will take care of the general cleaning of the rooms in the resort or hotel. You will make use of a vacuum cleaner, duster and cleaning detergent. You responsibilities extend to making the bed, changing the bed clothes, dusting the furniture and making sure that the room is reset every morning so that when the guest returns it looks and feels the same as when they first arrived. Hygiene and safety are an important responsibility for housekeeping staff, as well as to monitor room maintenance and make sure that the resort’s standards are being adhered to. Sometimes there might be more to the housekeeping as set out in the duty roster you receive. For instance, in smaller resorts the housekeeper does not just have the responsibility of cleaning and maintaining the rooms, but he or she will also need to keep the lounge or public area clean
 
 
Skills and Experience
  • Attention to detail, whilst working within the minimum time
  • Team work
  • Organization and thoroughness – maintaining the resort’s internal procedures while cleaning to a time limit.
  • Discretion to not disturb the resort guests
 
 

Please feel free to contact our team for more info
AUSTRALIA 1300 295 579
NEW ZEALAND 09 973 5913
UK +44 (0) 3338 001 833
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