Housekeeper / Cleaner - Student Accommodation Lewisham

Recruiter
Greystar Europe Holdings Limited
Location
London
Salary
17264.0000
Posted
11 Feb 2017
Closes
11 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

We are looking for an experienced Housekeepers to join our Chapter Lewisham student residence.

We have full time permanent positions available working 40 hours per week a rota basis from 8.00AM to 8.00PM covering morning, evening and weekend shifts.

Greystar’s UK business of professional and student lets is rapidly growing and we are fast becoming the market leading provider of exceptional student accommodation, through our Chapter Living platform; as well as growing a portfolio of private rental properties. Our residents don’t just pay for accommodation they’re paying for a lifestyle and that means exceptional quality housing and services.

As a Housekeeper you will ensure the overall cleanliness and proper appearance of the community, including external litter, all internal communal spaces, reception and office areas, and other amenities. With service at the heart of everything you you'll to enhance and maintain the community appeal and provide a positive resident experience at every opportunity.

You'll need to demonstrate experience of maintaining cleanliness, preferably within a customer occupied environment and will passionate service and standards with a keen eye for detail, as it’s the little things that make a big difference! You’ll also be knowledgeable in UK Health and Safety requirements and the safe use and maintenance of cleaning products and tools and be willing and able to work weekends on a rota basis.

Additional languages are desirable.

Salary £17,264 per annum (£8.30 per hour) plus bonus and company benefits.

APPLY NOW to be part of this fantastic team by clicking 'apply' below to submit your CV and covering note via our company website.

N.B. All offers of employment are subject to satisfactory pre-employment screening, which will include verification of your employment history and right to work in the UK, as well as checks against the US Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) and PEP (Politically Exposed Person) databases and a Disclosure and Barring Service check.