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SHOWCASE


Corinthia London W


hat makes Corinthia London a great place to work? Other than being one of London’s


finest hotels, of course…


Culture What makes any company attractive to prospective employees is its culture. As a team we work together to exceed guest expectations, but what we really do is uplift lives. To uplift lives is to enhance the experience of everyone we make contact with, guests and colleagues alike. Supported by our ‘Heart, Head, Hands’ pillars,


our multinational teams work passionately to fulfil all guest needs and to intuitively provide for those needs they did not even know they had. We use our hearts to be genuine, open and positive; our heads to be thoughtful, creative and entrepreneurial; our hands to be supportive, connected and work with finesse.


Case study


In March 2018, six colleagues from Corinthia London joined an international taskforce in an unprecedented joint effort to oversee service in the VIP enclosure for the world’s richest horse race, the Dubai World Cup. This was a once in a lifetime experience for our colleagues and is typical of the types of experience we are able to provide.


We are interested in speaking to school and college


The ethos at this fine London hotel applies to guests and colleagues alike: to ‘uplift the lives’ of everyone


Innovation We are constantly looking for new ways to enhance our guests’ experience and to give our colleagues the chance to experience new and exciting things. In September 2018 we launched London’s most exciting restaurant opening, Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, with renowned Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge. Also in 2018 we launched a new bars partnership with East London wine and cocktail pioneers, Sager + Wilde, as well as launching our ‘Futurists in Residence’ programme with the Future Laboratory.


Opportunities We have recruited more than 100 new colleagues to work in Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, both front of house and in the kitchens. We are looking for superstar hoteliers and hospitality professionals at all levels. While experience is important, nothing surpasses attitude, desire and professionalism.


leavers and university graduates who are genuinely interested in a career in luxury hotels. We will provide you with the very best training and development, while exposing you to the very finest methods and service standards. These skills can be taken anywhere in the world and will never leave you. We can offer not only entry-level roles into a variety of divisions, including housekeeping, rooms, food and beverage and spa, but also 6-12 month internship schemes and a 18-month graduate management programme. Our graduate scheme, in either F&B or rooms, includes three rotations in different departments/outlets and a series of workshops to develop management skills, with a view to graduate management trainees stepping into a supervisory role at the end of the programme. But you do not have to have studied or


worked in hospitality before to succeed. All you need is a positive attitude, a willingness to learn and experience new things, a genuine passion for service and a winning smile.


Contact To apply, contact our recruitment manager, Holly Blackley, on holly.blackley@corinthia.com, visit our careers page at www.corinthia.com/en/about- us/careers or follow us on Instagram @corinthialondon #corinthiamoments


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