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Relief Duty Manager/cleaner

Oamaru Backpackers Oamaru / Otago Hospitality / Service Accommodation + Pay(Know your rights) 17.70 + 8% holiday pay

Hi, this is very cool position. Do you like meeting people from all around the world?
Our hostel has amazing view of Ocean in Oamaru, green and quiet garden with vegetables for you to eat!
We have bikes, laundry, unlimited Wi-fi. All of these are for you and free. And what more? You will have your own private room, breakfast and power. Only 5 mins walk to Ocean, shops, galleries, cafes…

We need you to help us with 2 days per week as a duty manager (16hours/per week). Mornings cleaning 6 rooms, other facilities and afternoons taking check ins and outs, phone calls, … You will be trained. 16 hours are for your accommodation. You can work 16-20 hours per week as maximum. All earnings above 16hours/per week you will be paid. You have enough time to find second job.

Requirements: Friendly nature, sense of cleanliness, English level to receive phone reservations during reception hours, some computer skills, housekeeping is a plus. We are seeking only 1 person! Minimum stay is 2 months.

If it sounds like you and you do meet requirements, have work visa and IRD number send your CV and write how long can you stay with us. Otherwise we won’t pay attention your application.

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