London is calling YOU now!

Our hostel is situated in Notting Hill a multicultural and bohemian neighbourhood. Known for its Carnival celebration and the famous Portobello market, close to Kensington Palace, Hyde Park and London City Centre. The area is vibrant with loads of things to do just in our surrounding pocket. Trust us, you will never be bored.

We are a new hostel here in London and we are on the prowl for extraordinary humans who are lively, responsible, assertive and likes to socialise with our guests on a daily basis. We pride ourselves on how friendly and helpful our staff is, ensuring we do anything we can to make our guests trip to London, simply the best.

There's a relaxed atmosphere here at Urbany. We are a small tight crew, where everyone is having fun and taking care of each other! A real home away from home.

We offer you your own bed in a shared staff room. In exchange for helping in the hostel we will provide you with free accommodation, food (free hostel dinners), laundry, WiFi and great vibes. London is an expensive city to stay, so you'll be saving loads of $$$$.

Our volunteers typically help out for around 5-6 hours each day, 5 days a week. You will be assisting our receptionists, with check ins/outs, cooking our free dinners, housekeeping as well as the odd night reception shift.

So come join our little family in the big London city!

To apply, please send your CV with a recent photo to: [email protected] and specify your availability for video interview within the coming days and your potential availability!


Please Note requirements:


We need to train everyone: 1 month minimum commitment, preferably two!

A CONVERSATIONAL LEVEL OF ENGLISH IS REQUIRED - as we are in London, many of our guests are native English speakers.

With so many changes it's impossible to plan 6 months ahead ---- Please contact us the month before you intend to volunteer.

HOSTEL NAME

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE

Volunteering

HOSTEL LOCATION

48-49 Prince's Square, Bayswater, London W2 4PX, UK
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Job first posted: 12 February 2020
Updated: 12 February 2020