Hostel Volunteering in Berlin. Available now. NO GERMAN REQUIRED (Non-Smoker is preferred)

INTRO

The position needs to be filled by a NON-SMOKER immediately.

this is a living-in position only.
IF YOU HAVE A PLACE TO STAY IN BERLIN PLEASE DO NOT APPLY

Job Descriptions:
The shift start at 7 in the morning and it includes cleaning Common areas,rooms and bathrooms, Checking in , Checking out, laundry, etc…
You may also be requested to do afternoons, heavy cleanning shift or evening/night shift.
You must have a high knowledge of english (reading, speaking and listening) No german required.

WORK CONDITIONS:
We offer you accommodation as mentioned above in exchange of 20 hours of work per week.
If we request you to work more then 20 hours we will pay you
The job requires a minimum of 20 and a maximum of 35 hours per week. (Shifts may be from 4 to 8 hours, no more then 3.5 hours cleaning)

We will offer you:
Accommodation on a shared staff room which can have max 3 people.
Internet (You will be able to use WIFI any time you are not working).
Laundry (you can wash cloths for free).
You will have 2 or 3 days off per week.
The salary will be informed upon request but the 3 first weeks will be a probation time so only 20 hours will be offered and if we can rely on you we may request more hours.

We are looking forward to have a responsible, helpful, hard worker, respectful, patient with good communication, good English, easy going and social person to work/live with.

Programming/Web Developing skills can be a plus as we develop our own booking engine which is used by other hostels and we are working to create a development team.

Reply to this post with a short introduction, experience (not required), and your contact email or phone number. We prefer to call instead of writing an email so if you provide a phone number we can contact you today.I can offer jobs in hostels I had work before.
I also look for jobs.
I have 6 years (2012) working in hostels experience

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Job first posted: 25 March 2016