Collective Retreats is a venture-backed, high-growth hospitality company that creates and operates asset-light, modular and tented luxury hotels in premium, unique destinations.  Each of our retreats is designed to create amazing guest experiences and is built with a keen eye on design, beautiful décor, and amenities. We’re changing the travel industry with our focus on delivering authentic, local experiences for our guests with service on the level of what you would find at a 5-star hotel.  Our retreats offer a wide variety of activities for our guests, both created by our staff and in combination with local activity providers..  

We are seeking a Housekeeping Associate to clean our guest tents and bathrooms, maintain a clean and safe retreat for our guests, and work with the broader Collective Retreats team to grow our valued brand.

The ideal candidate is experienced in housekeeping and/or office cleaning services, highly dependable and thorough, and comfortable in the outdoors.  Candidate is comfortable cleaning up to 10 guest tents and bathrooms a day.  If you love being outside and working with people, then this is a great opportunity for you!

Seasonal opportunities. Must be available until November 1.

Responsibilities:

  • Clean and turn all guest tents for new check-ins, daily. Cleaning to include mopping, sweeping, dusting, changing bed sheets, cleaning guest bathrooms, and placing room amenities for new guest check-ins
  • Refresh guest rooms as needed, including sweeping, dusting, changing linens and refreshing bathrooms and amenities
  • Clean common areas including dining areas, common bathrooms, and lodge
  • Maintain organized housekeeping supplies, tracking usage and sorting incoming deliveries (including linens)

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Prior experience in housekeeping and/or office cleaning
  • Professional, hard-working, enthusiastic, and flexible
  • Thorough and detailed oriented – finishes the job with a high level of quality
  • Strong team player who is willing to go the extra mile to deliver great service to our guests in an adventurous outdoor setting
  • Hard worker with a positive, can-do attitude

Requirements for Employment:

  • Fluent in English
  • Authorized to work in the U.S.
  • Able to work 20-40 hours per week and willingness to work on both weekends and weekdays, as needed
  • Able to lift 30 pounds and remain standing for extended periods of time
  • Valid driver’s license

Compensation & Perks:

  • $17 per hour, plus tips earned
  • Friends and Family rate at all Collective Retreat locations

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