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Sustainability and Environmental Manager

As Inhabit Hotels’ Sustainability & Environmental Manager, you will oversee the performance of our sustainability framework, making sure environmental standards and legislation are met. Working across both of our properties, Inhabit, Southwick Street and Inhabit, Queen’s Gardens, you’ll ensure that we are operating in accordance with environmental guidelines and targets. Your role will involve examining corporate activities to determine where improvements can be made and ensuring compliance with environmental legislation throughout the organisation.

Social Media Executive

We have an exciting opportunity for a social media natural with a passion for hospitality to join our marketing family and progress their career with the Montcalm Group.

This is a key role in managing and developing our social media accounts across the group, making an impact with our content and growing our audiences and engagement across our brand channels. These currently include The Inhabit Hotel Group, The Montcalm Hotel Group, The Park Grand Hotel Group.

Corporate Sales Manager

Job Overview:

  • Establish key relationships with corporate clients with special focus on Luxury Accounts and agencies to ensure maximum exposure and increase revenue
  • Sell the hotel across varied market sectors through proactive sales activity
  • Luxury Corporate Account Management
  • Develop and continually enhance relationships with key corporate, business and travel industry accounts.
  • Generate and drive initiatives to increase market share in existing markets and maximize new business development opportunities

Receptionist

To welcome guests in accordance. To sell rooms in a manner that maximizes revenue and occupancy, while maintaining highest possible guest satisfaction. To perform all cashiering functions as they pertain to guestroom accounts, under the direction of the Front Office Shift Leader, FOHM and the established Park Grand guidelines and policies.

Spa therapist

We are looking for a (minimum level 3 or equivalent) qualified spa therapist to join our dynamic team to provide professional and engaging wellness therapies, massage and beauty treatments to our clients. You will offer a full range of treatments to fulfil different client needs and objectives. All applicants must have excellent customer service and organizational skills, and a high level of professional practice. 3 years’ experience within a 5* environment is preferred. You must be able to work early and late shifts to include weekends.

Housekeeping Supervisor

·Maintain all Hotel Guest rooms and public areas, plus “back of the house” ensuring that the highest standards of cleanliness are met

·Create and maintain good working relationships within the department and with other departments such that a high level of morale is sustained

·Oversee the retrieval, safekeeping and disbursement of all lost and found items consistent with company policy

·Conduct regular Housekeeping Meetings to keep Colleagues informed of policies and procedures, special events, further improvement plans and Guest comments

·Read more below.

Inhabit Hotels, Modern Slavery statement

This statement has been published in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Introduction
Inhabit Hotels spans two wellness hotels in London: Inhabit Southwick Street and Inhabit Queen’s Gardens. At heart, our brand exists to be a force for good – and we are committed to operating with compassion, truth and integrity.

We strongly believe that the hospitality and tourism sector can affect positive change in people’s lives, particularly by creating job opportunities. However, the complexity of operating as a business with a multitude of operations and supply chains means we must pay careful, continued attention to the risk of human rights abuses, including modern slavery. 

At Inhabit Hotels, a commitment to operating responsibly underpins our entire strategy, and this includes supporting the protection of human rights. Our Human Rights Policy aligns our operations and strategies with the 10 universal principles outlined by the Human Rights Act 1998, including commitments to human rights and labour standards.

We do not use slave labour anywhere within our business, nor do we tolerate forced or compulsory labour or human trafficking. By extension, we are dedicated to ensuring that no such behaviour occurs in connection with our company.

Our suppliers

Our relationships with suppliers are based on lawful, efficient and fair practices. We deliberately seek out suppliers that share our commitment to collective wellness, and we expect our suppliers to uphold the laws that require them to treat workers fairly and provide a safe and healthy work environment.

Inhabit Hotels refuses to knowingly work with any supplier that uses forced prison labour. We will only partner with suppliers who comply with all laws regarding slavery and human trafficking in the countries in which the suppliers are doing business.

We require our suppliers to comply with all applicable laws and to adopt compliant working practices, including not utilising any form of compulsory labour or human trafficking. Inhabit Hotels expects all its suppliers to actively monitor their own supply chains, in order to eliminate modern slavery of any kind.

Our business

We are a hospitality company with a broad portfolio of hotel brands. Together with our owners, Inhabit Hotels, a part of Precis Advisory Ltd owns 21 hotels in London. As a group, we directly employ around 200 colleagues who work across our corporate offices, central reservation centres and in hotel roles such as duty managers, front office managers, house managers and general managers. We will continue to review our current policies and procedures, our existing supply chain and any potential new suppliers, and to address prevention of modern slavery and human trafficking.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion policy

Inhabit Hotel Limited is committed to encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion among our workforce, and eliminating unlawful discrimination.

The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative of all sections of society and our customers, and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best.

The organisation – in providing goods and/or services and/or facilities – is also committed against unlawful discrimination of customers or the public.

The policy’s purpose is to:

The organisation commits to:

The equality, diversity and inclusion policy are fully supported by senior management under the legal consultation.