Location: Elveden Forest Village - Suffolk
Hours of Work: Part-time
Salary/Hourly Rate: £7.95 per hour
Contract Type: Flexible hours over a 4 - week period
Transport Provided: No
Closing date: 18 December 2018
At Center Parcs all our accommodation has been designed and built to the highest standards, so we need a team to uphold these standards and exceed guest expectation. Our Housekeeping team is responsible for maintaining more than 700 units of accommodation; from apartments and penthouses to Lodges and Treehouses, and for looking after our public areas and office spaces, so no two days are the same. That’s why it’s the largest team on each Village.
Join our Housekeeping team today and ensure families can enjoy quality time together in the comfort of their accommodation.
CLEANER (PUBLIC AREAS)
We are currently recruiting for a Housekeeper / Cleaner to join our fast paced General Areas Team.
You will be responsible for the cleanliness of all guest and colleague facilities including restaurants, shops, changing facilities, walkways, passages and office buildings. Main duties will include vacuuming of carpet areas and damp cleaning of hard floor areas, using cleaning machinery including floor buffers and carpet cleaners, cleaning of sinks, wash basins, WCs and tiles. You will also be responsible for dusting all radiators, ledges, walls and surfaces and ensuring all chemicals are used and stored safely according to COSHH regulations.
HOURS OF WORK
You will be contracted to work 128 hours per 4 week period on a flexible basis. This means that your days of work may vary each week but you will always receive at least your contracted hours each period.
Your working hours will be between 2pm and 10.30pm each day to include some weekends and public / bank holidays on a rota basis.
EXPERIENCE, SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS
Closing date: 18 December 2018 at 12 Noon
Interviews to be held: 19 December 2018
Please note this vacancy may close at any time once sufficient applications have been received. Early submission of your application is therefore encouraged.