We are looking for an enthusiastic, talented and dedicated Night Engineer to join our team at Bvlgari Hotel London.
Located in the heart of Knightsbridge we continue to develop our team with people who demonstrate excellence in their profession, authenticity in their service and integrity in the decisions they make.
As a Night Engineer you will be responsible to assist in the smooth and efficient running of the Engineering Department in support of all other operating departments. You will be responsible for the implementation and completion of any electrical or mechanical task that is given to you, and you will ensure all your work is carried out in a professional and safe manner. Having decorating experience would be a plus for this position.
You will be required to undertake other duties and responsibilities which, whilst outside the normal routine, are within the overall scope of the position. This role is structured on a 4 days on 4 days off rota basis.
What we are looking for
We encourage a diverse workforce however you will be required to have good levels of written and spoken English and be eligible to work in the UK. Fluency in a second language would be beneficial.
While we review every application, there may be times when we are not able to respond to each person individually. If you have not heard from us within two weeks, your application has been un-successful on this occasion. However, we encourage you to continue to review our website for future opportunities.
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