To complete our night team we are searching for a Night Auditor. Within this position, you have the responsibility to carry out the audit work and reception duties during the night. Do you have a great sense of responsibility and are you a real nocturnal animal? Do you enjoy working in a small and close team? Then this is the perfect vacancy for you.
The Dylan Amsterdam has 40 rooms and 4 banqueting areas. As Night Auditor you are the face of the hotel and you have an eye for detail. The working hours are from 23:00 – 07:00.
What are your tasks?
Contact point for the guests
Responsible for the safety of the hotel and guests
Take care of the night audit
Carry out reception work
Serve and prepare orders at the request of the guests
What makes you perfect for this position?
You have affinity with the luxury segment.
Possibility to rent accommodation
You are flexible in dealing with unexpected situations.
You have good organisational qualities.
You work accurately.
You are creative and stress-resistant.
You are quality-oriented.
You master the Dutch and English language, both in word and in writing
What do we offer you?
Competitive salary and travel allowance
Overnight stay at the hotel and dinner at Bar Brasserie OCCO after the end of the probation period
Working at a Green Globe certified hotel, where everyone is constantly focused on sustainability at the highest level.
Complimentary dry cleaning for work clothes
Various discounts on F&B and overnight stays:
Staff Rate at Small Luxury Hotels worldwide
Discount at Michelin star Restaurant Vinkeles and Bar Brasserie OCCO
Various staff events, including a staff party twice a year
Discounts on insurance and gyms
Working at an independent hotel, allowing to create more opportunities for personal attention, development and where initiative is valued.
Do you want to work in a unique ambience and contribute to an environment with a lot of attention for personal service and high quality? Send your CV and motivation via the link on this website or to firstname.lastname@example.org to Michou Vreeswijk.