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Hotel Receptionist and General Assistant  

Empyrean Enterprises Ltd - Rugby

The Grosvenor Hotel in Rugby is looking for Reception and General assistant.Duties:Checking in/Checking out guestsChecking rooms for new arrivalsReporting maintenance issuesGeneral maintenance Hotel Receptionist Work careers...

from: - 3 days ago

Hotel Receptionist / General Assistant  

C F Estates Ltd - ENG, GB

An understanding of HSE regulations and the ability to follow recommendations from Risk Assessments To have, or be willing to take a Basic Food Hygiene course and First Aid They will also need flexibility... Hotel Receptionist careers...

from: - 4 days ago

Hotel receptionist/Team member  

EasyHotel - ENG, GB

So, if you are someone who: * has a sense of humour * takes pride in what they do * has common sense * is great with customers * works with integrity we want to hear from you, please complete our short... part time hotel receptionist london...

from: - 6 days ago

Hotel Receptionist  

Pertemps - Freshwater, England

As an experienced Receptionist within the hospitality sector, you will ideally be able to demonstrate previous knowledge using Welcome Hotel Reservation Software as well as meeting and greeting guests... part time hotel receptionist... £9 per hour

from: - 5 days ago

Receptionist - Luxury 5* Boutique Hotel  

The LaLit London - ENG, GB

With excellence in service at the heart of what we do as well as a people centric culture, we invite you to join our team We are currently seeking a Receptionist to join our dedicated Front of House team... hotel receptionist no experience london...

from: - 15 days ago


Britannia Hotels - Manchester, Greater Manchester

Britannia Hotels are an Equal Opportunities employer and applicants from non-EEC countries will require work permits or permission to work issued by the Home Office. * Previous computerized guest reservations... reception hotel...

from: - Yesterday

Leisure Receptionist  

Village Hotels - Swindon - Leisure / Spa - Swindon, GB

Join us and we can offer you benefits such as... -Competitive pay -Complimentary leisure club membership -30% discount on all overnight stays at Village Hotels -Up to 40% discount on food and drink at... hotel reception...

from: - 6 days ago


The Land's End Hotel - Penzance

Experience: Ideally your previous experience will be based in hospitality and in a similar environment Takes pride in themselves and will take pride in the hotel Welcoming and easily establishes rapport... hotel receptionist no experience...

from: - 11 days ago

Receptionist - Mercure Thame Lambert Hotel  

ACCOR - Lewknor, England (+1 location)

As a valued member in our Reception Team you are responsible for an incredible hello and goodbye for our guests. We don't call you the Director of First Impressions for nothing! Together with your team... receptionist hotels...

from: (+1 source) - 3 days ago

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Caterpeople - ENG, GB

You will be responsible for greeting all guests (resident or non-resident), working alongside the restaurant manager and assistant manager to run shifts, organising table reservations, carry out payment... hotel receptionist hull...

from: - 13 days ago

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Hotel Receptionist

A hotel receptionist within a hotel has direct contact with guests. Therefore one of the most important aspects of the role is checking in and checking out hotel guests at the front desk area of the hotel. Knowledge of computer software is essential as most front desk hotel services are now based entirely on specific computer applications
One of the most significant skills an employee in this sector must have is people skills. Receptionists spend most of their time working with guests, so skills like communication, listening and reporting are imperative. Additionally, computer skills are extremely important along with telephone operating skills and a knowledge of organisational management techniques
A receptionist doesn’t necessarily have to have a degree as most hotels will hire employees in this field upon completion of secondary school. However, further education that displays basic reception skills is advantageous for applicants. Salaries are quite basic throughout the UK for this position, with most hotels offering between £12,000 and £18,000 per annum.

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  • My dream job Jobisjob

    If you could choose a dream job whether it be in your current field or something else what would it be?

    • Mrs Linda Munn:

      My ideal job is receptionist in and around long eaton, ilkeston, beeston, toton, stapleford, sandiacre and castle donington, working for any sector

    • Lynda:

      Hotel Receptionist is my dream job.

    • Sheenamaeosidalaurin:

      Simple and fighting person a kind person

    • Miss Robina:

      My dream job's working in a hotel

    • Busola:

      I love to meet with people and make them happy as well,I have worked as a receptionist in several hotels,and I know what it takes to be a receptionist.

    • Denise Carol Brown:

      I would love to go back working inThe Hotel Industry. My ideal job would be meeting and greeting guest. I have good customer service. I've not worked out a hotel for over 6yrs I know I still have all the skills to utilise.

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  • Receptionist Chand Basha

    I love to work as a receptionist which gives me to full fill my dreams and I have a good strength and ability to work in this kind of situation

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  • Shifts and family Sharon

    I'm training to be a hotel receptionist, and I also want to have a family. My concern is that as years go by I will not be as available as now to take evening/night shifts. Is there any regulation as to shifts?

    • Sis:

      As far as I know there's regulations to what can and cannot be done in terms of duration and wages. I don't think there's any regulation that stops you from agreeing with your employer that you're not doing night shifts. There are people who prefer them, though not that very many as by law there's no extra pay. Now, it's also true that if you don't want to do night shift and your employer needs somebody who can do them, not agreeing to it might result in that you don't get a job.
      It's a difficult issue and a difficult decision, isn't it?

      • Sharon:

        Thank you Sis! I'll check out the link. Yep, it's very difficult, because you'd like to have both worlds and it shouldn't be impossible. Maybe I could look around to see if I can find anybody interested in night shifts among the people I trained with or even in the training school where I'm studying... Wish me luck!

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  • LOOKING FOR JOB IN HOTEL Subhasini Ramachandran

    Hi my name is subhasini from halifax england originally from Malaysia I really need a job on hotels guess customer service or receptions side I do have a excellent 20 years experience in customer service is very very difficult to get Job any body can help me please?

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  • Job for front office Mustafa

    I want a job for Front officer
    I have experience for 3 to 5 star Hot ales
    So plz
    I want a job here

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