HOLIDAY IN HOTELS
97 CROMWELL ROAD
LONDON, SW7 4DN
10th Sept, 2009
2009 Job Vacancies
SALARY INDICATION/ ALLOWANCES
Washing Cars in the Hotel. £2700
Cleaning the Hotel Room. £2700
Sales in the Bar/Waiter £2800
Chances for Electricians/plumbers. £2350
Working as an agent of the Hotel. £3000
Computer Operators. £5000
Washing Dishes. £2200
Working as an Accountant. £4000
Working as a security. £3050
Deputy Manager with qualifications. £9000
Human Resource Manager. £7500
Medical Attendant. £5000
Qualified English Teacher. £4500
House Keeping Attendant £4000
Accountants £ 4000
IT Consultant - £4000
Network Administrator £4000
Web Developer £4000
Hotel representative £4000
Reservation Desk - £5000
Auto Cad Engineers £ 5500
Motor mechanics £ 4000
Assistant Human Resource Manager £ 7500
CONDITION OF SERVICE
* Your age must be 18 years and upward
* Generally your education must be above secondary education.
* Must be reliable and trustworthy.
* Must be law-abiding and adhere strictly to the Rules and regulations guiding the operations of the Hotel
* Those seeking for higher position such as Human Resource
managers, Assistant Manager e.g. must have must obtained qualification
and working experiences which could be relevant to the position being
8.0 EXPENSES BEFORE TRAVEL BY EMPLOYEES
Expenses made/incurred by the employee related to job before
commencement of duties or Expenses made during Travel Plans, Processing
of Travel Particulars ETC will be substantiated with receipts and
Employer will re-imburse the Employee not later than Five (5) working
days after submission of Employee's expense Report and Receipts as
proofs of such Expenses.
Employer however agrees to reimburse fully all Travel costs and Expenses made by Employee.
The agreement hereby binds Employer and Employee in that
re-imbursements will be made fully to Employees upon presentation of
Expense Reports and Receipts of Expenses.
On no account will Employer accept to shoulder costs for Travel
Expenses, Processing of Work/ Resident Permit Papers of Employee before
Work sign-on. This is to possibly evade losses that may be accrued to
Employer should Employee decide to decline Job Offer after certain
Expenses must have been made by Employer. The agreement hereby binds
Employer and Employee in that re-imbursements will be made fully to
Employees upon presentation of Expense Reports and Receipts of Expenses
9. UPFRONT PAYMENT OF SALARIES
The first monthly salary shall be paid in advance before consultants embark on journey to assume duty.
This is to enable consultants settle all domestic needs before
travel. As such no excuses will be entertained on assumption of duty
relating to default.
Employees (Expatriates) are to note that 1MONTH UPFRONT SALARIES
are paid as soon as Employees Procure and Process the relevant
Resident/ Work Permit Documents from the UNITED KINGDOM. Immigration
Services Address Below and submit to The General Manager via email (firstname.lastname@example.org
) for standard application and procedures.
All payment of Salary after assumption of duty in UNITED KINGDOM
shall be 75% paid into an offshore account to be provided by employee
with the remaining 25% paid locally in UNITED KINGDOM.
This is in line with the UNITED KINGDOM Expatriate Financial Statutory Laws.
10.0 FEEDING & ACCOMMODATION
All Employees are expected to reside at the Company's Staff estate.
There are Single Bed-room and Flat options for Employees to choose from.
Employees are entitled to take meals free of charge at the General Staff canteens.
Dietary options, Customized cooks and Dietitians are available options.
11.0 MEDICAL EXPENSES
Employer will provide the employee with comprehensive Health care
for the term of contract, and follow-on care for injuries suffered
during the term of contract for employee and family.
12.0 OFFICE ASSETS TO BE PROVIDED BY EMPLOYER
Computer resources: Laptop Computer, 1.6 GHz Processor, 256 MB
RAM, 24XCD-RW, 30GB Hard Drive, Floppy Drive, Integrated Network
Adapter, Internal 56K Modem, Spare Battery and Necessary Software. Full
time Internet access is also made available.
Phones: Employer will provide each employee with one (1) landline
and one (1) mobile telephone. This shall have a reasonable credit limit
application per month.
13.0 SAFETY & SECURITY
Safety and Security of personnel (Local/Foreign) and Facilities on
Job Locations and communities are no small issues, and have been
seriously considered to ensure and assure hitch free operations.
All expatriates are entitled to a free and mandatory safety
courses on Job Locations to be delivered by qualified safety and
14.0 TELECOMMUNICATION/ INTERNET FACILITIES
There are standard Telecommunication Facilities and Internet
services at the disposal of all expatriates, and same shall be
accessible to all Personnel (Local/Foreign) without any charge or
expenses to be incurred.
Cellular Phones can be obtained by expatriates from the Local dealers/Service
Providers in Work Metropolis but must be used in accordance with the safety regulations on Job Locations.
15.0 ADDITIONAL SERVICES
Recreational/Sports Facilities shall also be made available at the
disposal of all expatriates with no expenses to be incurred. Laundry
and Dry Cleaning Service will also be made available to all Expatriates
by the company's laundry and dry cleaning unit.
16.0 DOCUMENTS PROCESSING WORK/RESIDENCE PERMIT VISA.
The Employee is requested to contact the below office who shall be
responsible for the process or his or her Valid UNITED KINGDOM
Work/Residence Permit Visa and then should forward same to the HR of
Solham for Verification and authenticity confirmation.
Hence Any expenses incurred during this process shall be refunded to the candidate after 5 working days of payment.
THE UNITED KINGDOM IMMIGRATION CONTACT DETAILS BELOW:
Always copy cc to the above e-mails.
Contact Person: BARRISTER LARRY MUDIAGA
I HEREBY ACCEPT THIS JOB OFFER WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS STATED THERE IN:
I HEREBY DECLINE THIS JOB OFFER WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS STATED THEREIN: