Hotel General Assistant Job available with Live in accommodation High Wycombe JOB FILLED

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Situated just outside High Wycombe Town Centre near West wycombe. The Clifton Lodge Hotel. is a stunning 1930’s 38 bed hotel
set in its own large garden near the main A40. The Chiltern countryside is just 5 minutes away,High Wycombe is just 10 minutes away giving the
best of both worlds.

We are looking for a hard working person to act as general assistant. Duties will include Bar Service in our small bar,Waiting and Reception, taking bookings for Functions,, Accommodation and Lunch/Dinner reservations.
Previous experience in catering and or hotel work is required.Applicants must have both Fluent English language and written Skills.

Our hotel is popular so an ability to work under pressure is essential, as is a motivated and cheerful attitude.
The ideal candidates must also appreciate that customer focus and exemplary customer service is paramount.

In return for working hard we will provide the candidates with a double bedroom ensuite and use of kitchen in  the main hotel.

We offer an hourly rate of £7.83 . (based on a 5.5 day working week and living in permanently).

If you are the ideal for this varied role in a friendly location please phone us NOW and send a current CV with a recent photo via our e-mail Address given on request.

Tel 01494 440095

www.cliftonlodgehotel.co.uk

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