The Red House and its buildings make up the fabric of the village, but it’s the people who make the community – staff and owners alike – and we choose our team not only for their skills, but also their personalities and commitment to their work. If you think you have the characteristics and dedication and feel you would fit into our team, we would love to hear from you.
The Red House is currently in the course of development, but the first occupants are expected to be welcomed to the village during the last quarter of this year. At that time, we will require a range of people to start our team.
The job specifications for the roles that will be available are given below. Please email email@example.com attaching a copy of your CV if you are interested in any of the positions; your details will be retained and you will be contacted nearer the time.
We require two experienced Receptionists/Office Administrators for approximately 15 hours per week each, on a job-share basis, to include alternate weekend working. The successful candidates will be customer focused and have excellent administrative skills, be well organised, able to work under pressure and have the ability to multi-task. Duties will include administrative support to the Management Team, reception work, Sage data entry and accounts, and secretarial tasks; other IT related skills are required. Salary in accordance with experience. A non-contributory pension scheme is available for these positions, which are offered subject to satisfactory clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
There are various contracts available for General Assistants with excellent customer service skills for an average 16 hours per week, to include evenings and weekends when required, for general housekeeping and cleaning duties, food and drink service, and assistance to property owners. A cheerful and friendly disposition, a can-do attitude and the ability to work in a team are essential. Typical hourly rates of pay. A non-contributory pension scheme is available for these positions, which are offered subject to satisfactory clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Our Fountains Restaurant will form the focal point for social activities and events and we are looking for a Chef/Cook with excellent food preparation and presentation skills for lunchtime meals in the restaurant/communal areas. Hours of work are approximately 30 hours per week in total, on a job-share basis of 20 hours and 10 hours, including alternate weekends and other times by agreement to cover special events. The ability to work independently, adhering to safe practices at all times and delivering consistent and high-quality work to the needs of property owners and management requirements, is essential. A non-contributory pension scheme is available for this position, which is offered subject to satisfactory clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service.