Housekeeping employee parttime Driebergen

  • Driebergen-Rijsenburg
  • Overig
  • Salary indication €11.26-11.44
  • 16 Hours per week
  • Parttime
  • #1AV0049380

About the job

For a hotel in Driebergen we’re looking for parttime/ fulltime housekeeping employees to work this week and next week. You can start right away (alone or with friends) and your job is to make sure all rooms are neat and look good. You will make the beds, vacuum the rooms and clean the bathrooms so that the guests arrive in a nice-looking and thoroughly cleaned room. Your shift starts at 09:00 am and ends at 2 pm, depending on how busy it is there is a chanche that your shift lasts a little longer. You can get coffee and tea during your shift and there is a break for lunch in around 12 pm (15 min).

Your first day you will work with someone who will show you the ins and outs of the job. You will work together with 3 or 4 other housekeepers that help each other where possible. Together with your colleagues you create a pleasant atmosphere.

Job requirements

  • You’re available right away;
  • You can work at least 2 to 3 days a week;
  • you live nearby Driebergen (Utrecht);
  • You’re enthusiastic and representative;
  • You pay attention to detail.

About the company

You will be working at a beautiful hotel in Driebergen, on the Utrechtse Heuvelrug. The hotel is located in a very green environment and is part of a large estate. The hotel is a place where ( normally ) events are organized and where meetings and trainings are held, unfortunately this is temporarily not possible because of the corona virus.

What we offer

Ofcourse you will get something in return for all the hard work in the housekeeping.

  • A parttime job with chance of extention;
  • A salary of €11,44 gross an hour (from 21 years and up);
  • A nice temporary job;
  • The chance to start immediately;
  • Nice and motivated collegues

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Vestigings gegevens

ASA Utrecht
Ganzenmarkt   22  
3512 GE, Utrecht

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