Operations & Hospitality Co-ordinator

Image Credit: Jim Stephenson Photography

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Deadline Friday 26 July 2019

Salary £21,000 p.a.
Hours Full Time

Clayhill Arts is looking to appoint an Operations and Hospitality Co-ordinator to take responsibility of the daily operation of our buildings and accommodation. From identifying what is needed to ensure the successful running of our courses, to co-ordinating accommodation bookings and responding to emails and phone enquiries; this role requires the right candidate to be flexible, reliable and a good communicator. You will be preparing guests rooms, managing laundry supplies, welcoming customers and supporting cleaning staff; so you’ll need to be someone who is happy interacting with the general public, whilst being part of a small and friendly team. You will have an eye for detail and take pride in your work, be self-motivated, organised and have excellent time keeping. 
Having an interest or active role in the arts, previous experience working within a hospitality environment and being someone with a bright personality are key in our application of the right person. The position is full time and 5 days a week with a starting salary of £21,000 p.a. We are situated in a rural location, so being able to drive and enjoy the countryside is necessary. 

Visit our website www.clayhillarts.co.uk/jobs where you can download an application form.

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