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Intern Duty Manager, Wwoofing Job(work Exchange)

Payment: Accommodation & Paid ($16.5+8% holiday pay)
Location: Christchurch central
Region: Christchurch & Canterbury
Experience: Limited Experience Necessary

Hi Travelers!

We are looking for a reliable, honest, detailed oriented and positive person to work at our reception as intern duty managers, starting as soon as possible. You must be able to speak fluent English and able to commit 6 weeks at least (up to 3 months), and only backpackers with working holiday visas or student visa will be considered.

You will work 14 hours/week, 3 days in a row in the afternoon shift (3:30pm-9:30pm, Friday to Sunday). Your duties include check in and check out guests, handling cash, bookings and the reservation system, bed making, hostel laundry etc.. Your working hours will basically cover the fee of your stay in our hostel. It's also a great chance to meet new people from all over the world, learn about the hospitality industry in a real scenario and the basic running of a hostel and improve your English and communication skills. Full training will be provided. In addition you will get free accommodation in a 4 beds room, free laundry and hi-speed staff wifi.

If you're interested please call 03 377 7931, or leave message and your CV to us. 

We hope to hear from you soon!

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