Hours of Work: Monday and Friday (Possible weekends in addition)
Location: Tattershall Lakes, Lincolnshire
Transport Provided: No
Closing Date: 09 March 2021
Location: Tattershall Lakes Country park, Lincolnshire
Job type: Part Time (Mon and Fri) however extra hours may be available at weekends.
What you will be doing
Working as part of our team of holiday heroes, you will be cleaning and preparing guest accommodation to our high, high standards – and then a little bit higher! This includes changing beds, vacuuming, dusting, and thoroughly cleaning bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens and living spaces.
You could be cleaning everything from a quirky camping POD to a funky Tribeca caravan, always with the aim of making your contribution to someone’s holiday count every bit as much as the food they eat and the fun they have.
And who knows what else you may find yourself doing. As long as you’re happy to help even when it’s ‘not your job,’ you’re our sort of person.
One more thing…holidays happen at holiday times, so you will need to work your magic on bank holidays too.
Skills, experience, and qualities you’ll need.
We’ll provide training, but you must:
It’s about your values too. We have a can-do, fun loving, people centred ethos here at Away Resorts, which is captured by our holiday heroes’ mantra of Attentive Amazing Lovers – if that’s fired up your curiosity, have a read about it here and decide if it describes you.
Nice to have but not essential.
It would be great if you tick some of these boxes too (but we won’t hold it against you if you don’t).
What we can offer you
Enjoy some great benefits, including:
Want to join our team? Here’s how to apply.
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