British High Commission Chief Steward / Stewardess Jobs in Kenya

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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

British High Commission Chief Steward / Stewardess Jobs in Kenya

Vacancy: LER1 Chief Steward / Stewardess

A vacancy has arisen at the British High Commissioner’s Residence for a Steward / Stewardess. 
The current salary for this position is Ksh. 44,406/- per month before deduction of tax. 
Where the jobholder is not liable to Kenyan tax the scale will be abated under HM Treasury rules and to take account of the tax they would have paid. 
The start date is immediate.
The Role:
 
Your role is to support the Residence Manager in delivering high quality events whilst ensuring the smooth running of the Residence. 

If the answer is YES to the below,
  • Do you have the get-up-and-go to lead the front of house at the British High Commissioner’s Residence?
  • Does the idea of serving four afternoon high-teas, two breakfasts, lunch for 15, dinner for 20, and a reception for 150 in a week make you excited?
  • Can you manage others, anticipate what need’s doing before asked, and also be happy to do small, but important jobs?
then you have come to the right place! 

We are looking for a Chief Steward/Stewardess to join our small team and help turn the Residence into the best diplomatic entertaining space in Nairobi.
 
Key Responsibilities
 
The successful candidate should have previous experience in all aspects of domestic service in a family and professional environment and will have attained a Basic Food & Beverage Certificate as well as completed secondary school education with a good command of written and spoken English.
 
Required Skills:-
 
The successful candidate should be enthusiastic, have a cheerful disposition, and be willing to work flexible hours, which will include some evenings and weekends, within a busy team environment. 
The ideal candidate will be able to deliver results, have excellent customer service and communication skills and the ability to work well with others.
 
Application: The British High Commission has not appointed any agents to process job applications or arrange interviews and expects no fees to be paid to anyone.
Check our website www.gov.uk/world/kenya for the full advert and the application form
Applicants must have the right to live and work in Kenya.
 
Applications – (CV plus completed application form) clearly marked: – “LER1 STEWARD / STEWARDESS” Vacancy should be forwarded to the address below:
 
Human Resources Manager
British High Commission, Upper Hill Road
P.O Box 30465 – 00100
Nairobi
 
Or by e-mail to: HR.Recruit@fco.gov.uk
 
Applications should be received on or before 15th May 2013. 

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for interview.


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