Senior House Attendant - South Of France

  • Rate:£2,500-£2,700 per month (approx. 2900 - 3200 euros)
  • Location:International
  • Term: Contract
  • Posted:09 Feb 2017
  • Tiger Job ID:SNRHS9586

This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a beautiful part of the world this Spring and Summer.

Based at an exclusive villa in St. Jean Cap Ferrat, South of France, my client requires a qualified Senior House Attendant to provide a seven month maternity cover with the potential for the role to be extended.

The property is a beautiful seven bedroom Mediterranean style villa, set in 7.5 hectares of grounds with swimming pool, tennis courts, gardens etc. It is the holiday residence of a Principal who visits throughout the Spring/Summer months with family and friends. 

This position overseas the general domestic care of the house, including implementing and carrying out daily cleaning schedules including laundry, as well as assisting with food and beverage services and helping with setting up events etc.  This role is supported by another perm Housekeeper & two seasonal Housekeepers, who will be managed by you. High standards and a keen eye for detail are paramount, as well as being adaptable, responsible and reliable at all times, able to follow instructions and well presented. You must also be able to work in a team. 

  
I am looking for someone who speaks FLUENT English and who has previous experience working in a similar role within a HNWI household, luxury hotel or yacht. You will need to find your own accommodation close by and arrange your own transport, although the House Manager can advise. Nice is the closest major destination. 

  
Mostly working Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm, but then transferring to shift patterns when guests are in residence. While hours worked are logged, flexibility for this role is a must (all over time given back in lieu). Training and uniform will be provided.  Candidates must be comfortable around animals  

  
To start on the 1st March 2017 under a French contract. 

 

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