Early birds wanted for our kitchen team at Hotel Jakarta Amsterdam. Are you our new breakfast buffet? You are a real morning person and surprise the guest with your breakfast at Hotel Jakarta Amsterdam!
Hello, I am Ilse! During my shift, the breakfast buffet is my creation in the kitchen, right! Everything that leaves the kitchen bears my signature. As a breakfast cook, you see to it that the hot breakfast looks neat with fresh products. Continue to ensure the correct doneness, taste and color. You also ensure that there are enough freshly baked bread rolls ready for your colleagues to supplement. None morning is the same. You don’t turn your hand around for a fresh omelette for the guest.
Because of me and my colleagues, our guests can start their day with our breakfast.
- Your alarm clock is always on time;
- You are always ready to help your colleagues where necessary;
- You leave your workplace and kitchen equipment tidy for your colleagues;
- The refrigerators are filled with fresh ingredients again, so that you can start the next day well;
- You work according to the HACCP procedure;
- You pick up the skills quickly and you enjoy working in an enthusiastic team.
What does WestCord Hotels offer you?
- Growth power: Working within a growing hotel chain where you can continue to develop and grow;
- Reliability: Salary always on time according to the collective labor agreement standards, you also build up holiday hours and holiday pay;
- 30/30 Member: In addition to the salary, which is always paid on time, WestCord Hotels offers even more cool things for all members, such as: €30 per night in our hotels // 30% discount on WestCord products // travel allowance // internal training from our own Hospitality trainer // an employee bonus when you nominate a new colleague // a large staff party every year at a great location;
- Working at the Hotel Jakarta remains interesting and challenging for me because of the hotel with a lot of charm and challenges;
- My fantastic colleagues really make me feel ‘part of the family’!