Careers

Join our team - please view our current vacancies below.

Spa Therapist (Part time)

 

Qualified Spa Therapist required on a permanent part-time basis to support the business over busy periods, including weekends.
Key Responsibilities will include:
• Day to day responsibility for equipment, products, cleanliness and hygiene of the treatment areas
• To be aware of all treatments offered and any promotions on offer at any given time
• Responsible for achieving sales targets as set by the Senior Spa Therapist / Manager
• Assist with demonstrations / events as required
• Adhere to training as set down by the Senior Spa Therapist / Manager
• Maintain the stock at the correct level following set standards
• Use the correct quantities of products as specified by the manufacturer and not exceed that amount
• Attend all training courses as deemed necessary by the Senior Spa Therapist / Manager
• Responsible for keeping up the high standard of treatment and service
• Conduct the safety of users and equipment at the Spa and to receive training to ensure that all relevant legislation pertaining to the Health and Safety at Work Law and Health and Hygiene standards are implemented and monitored within the Spa
• Ensure that daily sales figures are accurately recorded
• Cover reception as and when required

 

To apply please send your CV or request an application form – enquiry@barnham-broom.co.uk

 

Property Services Manager (Full time)

 

You will be responsible for the managing of the day to day operation of the hotel for all property, maintenance and grounds related issues to ensure that standards are maintained & that the hotel is compliant in all areas.
Key Responsibilities will Include:
• To manage all maintenance projects by regular communication & liaison with the General Manager. To carry out safety tests of all equipment & the hotel fire alarm system on a weekly basis logging all tests, in writing, in line with the H&S and Company requirements.
• To oversee the running of the Maintenance & Grounds throughout the hotel, to ensure that these department is operating to its full capacity & delivering the highest levels of guest satisfaction, resolving all bedroom maintenance issues within the designated timeframe & in line with the daily operating procedures as laid down by the company.
• To attend a weekly meeting with the Operations Manager to review hotel maintenance & discuss forthcoming projects & improvements required to meet the overall hotel objectives & agreed Business Plan. To have financial awareness & understanding of how the role impacts the hotel P&L account.
• To carry out room inspections & record through the Monthly Quality Self Audit (MQSA) programme, logging all defects & then updating the preventative maintenance programme to carry out repairs or address issues. All work must be logged on completion.
• To liaise daily with the Head Housekeeper & Duty Manager on any reactive maintenance work that need completing.
• To plan maintenance work to be carried out by contractors. To arrange quotations & work schedules for external suppliers & contractors.
• To manage financial objectives by preparing an annual maintenance budget; scheduling expenditures; analysing variances; initiating corrective actions.
• To carry out basic plumbing, electrical, carpentry repairs, including painting & decorating of bedrooms, public areas & any internal areas as required, ensuring that all areas are protected & guest reported faults are carried out within a timely planned manner.
• To carry out routine maintenance & manage the record keeping of all routine maintenance for any contractor that supplies a monthly, quarterly or annual service to the hotel.
• To be fully aware of the hotel emergency procedures & act as Duty Manager/Fire Coordinator as required to support training, team & guest safety during training or fire evacuation procedures.
• To oversee the H&S Committee & management of the Health & Safety function of the hotel. To include the administration & management of all record keeping, filing, inspections, audits, risk assessments & training of team members.
• To undertake purchasing of supplies & equipment for the department, in line with company purchasing procedures & ensure that all nominated suppliers are used at all times. To also carry out stock counts & checks & take meter readings on a weekly/monthly basis as required.
• To attend to site on an Emergency Call Out basis.
• To ensure all hotel systems & equipment are fully operational to ensure that there is no disruption in providing the products & services to our guests & customers.
Working week:
Based on 5 out of 7 days, with some weekends.
Position includes a great benefit and incentive package including use of a company vehicle / van
Salary will be between £28,000 to £35,000. Will be dependent on experience and qualifications + annual profit related bonus.

 

To apply please send your CV or request an application form – enquiry@barnham-broom.co.uk