Housekeeping Supervisor London, Salary to £18k
An experienced hands on Housekeeping Supervisor is required to manage two budget properties in South London situated in a great location close to the river Thames. The successful candidate will be assisting the hotel manager in housekeeping management. Ideally you'll have a background working in similar small family run hotels and a salary of £8.50 per hour
Your primary role is to supervise, train and work alongside your staff to ensure all hotel rooms are sparklingly clean and in tip-top condition.
Housekeeping Supervisor responsibilities:
Dealing with suppliers of linen, cleaning materials and guest supplies, such as soap, shampoo, etc.
Controlling supply costs, as well as laundry, maintenance and wages
Scheduling staff rotas
Overseeing stocktakes, budgets and other paperwork, such as maintenance reports and safety audits
Ensuring lost property is kept safely and returned to its owner
Possibly overseeing supervisors and linen room and cleaning supplies staff
An awareness of green issues
Usually your shifts will start early and you'll notch up between 50 to 55 hours a week - including weekends
Housekeeping Supervisorr requirements:
In house experience and hands on manager
Ability to nurture a good working relationship with other departments, such as reception and maintenance
Stunning time management skills so you can juggle your many duties
Attention to detail to ensure rooms are spic and span and well serviced and that equipment is stored safely
A stickler for health and safety as some staff may need to be trained to use hazardous cleaning materials
Know security protocol in case of emergency
If you are keen to be considered please send a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Nick on
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