Room Attendant Parttime Hotel

  • Maastricht
  • MBO
  • Salary indication €2,150-2,175
  • 15 Hours per week
  • Parttime
  • #1AV0063389

About the job

You are at the heart of the hotel!

For a beautifull hotel in Maastricht we are looking for part time room attendants. This job is easy to combine with (for example) your studies or other activities. You can work one, two, three, four or five days a week. This hotel will schedule your work to fit YOUR schedule.

What you will be doing:

  • Take initiative to add a personalized experience for the guest
  • Clean all assigned guestrooms to standard
  • Take ownership of guests’ privacy and belongings, while ensuring exceptional service.

A room attendant works as part of the housekeeping service team at a hotel. Their job duties involve cleaning and sanitizing rooms, hallways, stairways, and guest areas. They clean furniture, wash windows, vacuum carpet, sanitize bathrooms, change bed linens, and replace towels.

Job requirements

Your experience and skills include:

  • Excellent organizational skills and time management.
  • Warm and caring personality;
  • Ability to anticipate and focus attention on guest needs, being professional and welcoming.
  • You are available at least one day a week for a period of 3 months;

About the company

About this Hotel:
With its enviable location, the hotel is conveniently located near all the tourist attractions of this region.
Its has artfully designed rooms and suites, a chic restaurant, trendy bar and terrace.
The team is welcoming and nice.

What we offer

What’s in it for you:

  • A nice salary, a flexibel job ( parttime ) easy to combine with for example your studies;
  • Learning programs through our portal;
  • Opportunity to develop your talent;
  • You start with a temp contract (in Dutch: tijdelijk contract).

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Vestigings gegevens

ASA Maastricht
Keizer Karelplein   28  
6211 TC, Maastricht

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