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Job Overview

Jobs in New Zealand for Foreigners with Visa Sponsorship 2022, Ibis Budget Auckland Central, located just off Queen Street in the heart of Auckland’s CBD, is a busy hotel servicing a mixture of corporate and leisure short-stay guests and long-stay residents.

With 144 comfortable rooms, featuring balconies and kitchenette facilities we are currently recruiting a highly motivated and energetic Housekeeping Supervisor to join our Team!

The role is busy and no day is the same. As Housekeeping Supervisor your role is to assist and support our Executive Housekeeper in a wide variety of tasks. You will assist in the day-to-day running of the Housekeeping Department including ensuring our housekeeping standards are met and maintained on a daily basis, whilst liaising with different departments of the hotel.

Post Name Housekeeping Supervisor
Company Name Accor
Expected Salary NZD 27 to NZD 30 Per Hour 
Address Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand  1010

Further Responsibilities include:

  • Allocation of guest rooms
  • Training new hires as and when required
  • Facilitation and leading of daily staff briefings
  • Checking of guest rooms
  • Hands-on approach to assisting Room Attendants and Public Areas Attendants

Follow and comply with Accor Hotels Workplace Health, Safety, and Environment policies. Follow policies and procedures. Lead by example.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Previous experience as a self-checker/ team leader or housekeeping supervisor
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Good command of spoken and written English
  • Physically fit and able to lift at least 20kg
  • Ability to work on a rotating roster over 7 days if required, including weekends, public holidays, and night shifts
  • Passion for delivering great customer service at all times
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Strong leader with a desire to learn and develop
  • Ability to remain calm under pressure
  • Must possess necessary skills to actively resolve complaints and challenges presented by customers
  • Eligibility to work in New Zealand
Industry Private
Education Required High School Diploma 
Schedule Type Full Time
Work Hours 8 Hours 

The role comes with some fantastic Accor benefits

  • Dry Cleaning of uniform
  • Great accommodation and dining discounts
  • Staff Meals

About Company

Accor S.A. is a French multinational hospitality company that owns, manages, and franchises hotels, resorts, and vacation properties. It is the largest hospitality company in Europe, and the sixth largest hospitality company worldwide. Accor operates in 5,300 locations in over 110 countries. 
 
We believe that hospitality has the power to unlock a better tomorrow. We act for good to support & empower the communities in which we live and protect the planet that you visit.

Interview Questions:

  • Tell me about yourself.
  • What are your interests outside of work?
  • How would you describe yourself in three words?
  • Why are you interested in housekeeping?
  • How did you get into this career?
  • What is your favorite housekeeping task?
  • What is your least favorite housekeeping task?
  • What is the most rewarding part of housekeeping?
  • What skills should a housekeeper have?
  • What skills help you be an effective housekeeper?
  • What are your strengths related to housekeeping?
  • What aspects of housekeeping could you improve on?
  • Are you aware of how to ergonomically perform housekeeping duties?
  • What does a good work environment look like to you?
  • What challenges have you experienced as a housekeeper?
  • What is one of your greatest accomplishments as a housekeeper?
  • What responsibilities and tasks did you have in your previous job?

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1. Work-life balance

Prior to the emergence of COVID-19, maintaining a balance between working life and other personal activities was a priority to most workers and the pandemic has only reinforced this.

People have gotten used to working from home and juggling work and personal responsibilities. Remote work is now very much a norm for many, and that change is here to stay.

Smart employers realize that every employee’s idea of what work-life balance means is different and that certain measures work better for some roles than others, so it pays to provide a range of options to choose from.

It may be flexibility in working hours and location, part-time contracts, or the ability for workers to scale their hours up or down when they become parents, get older, or want to further their studies.

2 Professional development

In our modern working lives, people need to be able to develop their skills and career, and employees increasingly expect the company they work for to provide an environment that encourages learning and progression.

For the most part, New Zealand businesses are good at this. While companies surveyed by PERSOLKELLY rated paid training and development as the 3rd most effective benefit for attracting and keeping employees, it was the benefit they most commonly offered their people.

By working with your team members on development plans, you will provide a clear path for them to grow with the company. Remember to offer this to everyone in the company, not just managers and star performers.

Offering various options works best, as it will enable your employees to select the things that inspire them. For some, it may be gaining formal qualifications. For others, it may be attending workshops or hearing from inspirational speakers.

The changes brought about by COVID-19 mean there are an increasing number of online training and certification programs that are free of charge, so upskilling is more attainable than ever.

3. Increased leave

Beyond the paid leave that all permanent workers are legally entitled to, many companies now give their staff more than the minimum and also provide other leave options.

Giving extra days of paid leave for staying with the company for a predetermined period improves employee retention. Offering longer periods of paid or unpaid parental leave encourages parents to return to the company. Giving people time off to recharge or pursue volunteer work shows you support them, their values, and the wider community.

It’s about demonstrating to your employees that they matter. By showing them you are willing to go above and beyond, they will be much more likely to reciprocate.

4. Discounts and freebies

This is a broad category and could cover anything from discounted health insurance, travel, or gym memberships to providing free food and espresso coffee.

Travel expenses – especially if your business is in a city – can be a major cost for your people, so providing lease vehicles (not just cars), parking, or public transport subsidies can be a big plus.

Many companies offer their own products at little or no cost. It may not cost much to the business, but it may mean a lot to your workers. It will also give them first-hand knowledge of the products or services the company provides to its customers.

Other popular benefits to consider

  • Health and wellness programs, including personal health checks, flu shots, and nutrition and work-life balance seminars.
  • Retirement and savings planning.
  • Social perks, such as organized events and outings, regular lunches, and Friday drinks.