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Ontbijtshop medewerker

Ben jij iemand die ervan houdt om een paar uur te knallen in de ochtenduren om vervolgens met een voldaan gevoel naar huis te gaan? Heb jij affiniteit met F&B? Werk je graag zelfstandig? En spreek je bovendien ook nog eens vloeiend Engels dan ben jij de nieuwe collega die wij zoeken!


Wij zijn op zoek naar een energiek persoon die onze gloednieuwe ontbijtshop in Htel Amstelveen te runnen. In samenwerking met Jutter Speijs is er een ontbijtshop ontwikkeld in onze lobby, in deze shop zijn verschillende producten te koop die samen een volledig ontbijt kunnen vormen voor onze gasten.


Wat ga je doen:

  • Opstarten van de supermarkt ’s ochtends rond 07:00 uur en de schappen vullen met verse producten
  • Voorbereidingen treffen, denk aan het afbakken van diverse broodjes
  • Gasten begeleiden tijdens het ‘shoppen’ en assisteren bij doe-het-zelf kassa
  • Toezicht houden over de lobby en de shop
  • Debrasseren en tafels schoonmaken
  • Ontbijt items uit de shop halen en vervangen door andere producten voor de rest van de dag
  • Pantry schoonmaken
  • Gasten tevreden stellen en rond 12 uur weer afsluiten

 
Wat vragen wij:

  • Affiniteit met horeca
  • Flexibel
  • Stressbestendig
  • Energie, enthousiasme en behulpzaamheid
  • Kwaliteit gerichte instelling
  • Oog voor detail
  • Vloeiend Nederlands en Engels

Over Htel Serviced Apartments
Htel Serviced Apartments biedt volledig gemeubileerde appartementen in Amsterdam en Amstelveen op basis van full-service voor kort of langer verblijf aan. Er zijn 300 appartementen op 2 verschillende locaties beschikbaar: Amsterdam Buitenveldert en Amstelveen. Htel is uitermate geschikt voor zakenreizen, zakelijke groepen en expats. Het is ook een perfecte accommodatie voor families, vakantie of tijdelijk verblijf in verband met een verhuizing.


Ben jij de collega die wij zoeken? Stuur dan vandaag nog jouw CV en motivatie naar: vdessaur@cobraspen.nl t.a.v. Viviën Dessaur.

Acquisitie n.a.v. deze advertentie wordt niet op prijs gesteld.

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The team of Htel Serviced Apartments is present at the FEM Amsterdam Global Mobility Conference on the 7th of March at Hotel Okura, where global mobility professionals, industry experts and HR specialists come together for interactive workshop sessions, panel discussions, case studies and expert insights from senior global mobility leaders.

A visit to the FEM is also a great opportunity to discover the very latest products, services and technologies that can help you with your core, strategic and logistical challenges. For example, new technology solutions which enable you to improve tracking and engagement of assignees and business travellers! After this day you’ve gained new inspiration to boost your efficiency and effectiveness. Because of the presence of experts from a broad range of industries and sector, you will learn about the unique challenges of different regions or countries.

Our concept
Htel Serviced Apartments is also present and ready to tell you about the unique challenges on the Dutch market. We provide fully furnished apartments for short and extended stay based on full service. The apartments are luxurious, spacious and vary in size from 22m2 to 335m2. Htel is unique for business, corporate groups and expat stays.

  • Experience the freedom of your own apartment
  • Enjoy the all-in service of a hotel
  • Stay centrally in a residential area
  • Treat your travel budget kindly
  • Live like a local
  • Feel home away from home

Schedule appointment
Are you visiting? Don’t forget to schedule an appointment with our team for the desired date and time, so that we have enough time to answer all your questions. You can easily schedule an appointment by e-mail (sales@htelapartments.com). The conference is free to attend for all in-house HR and global mobility professionals. There is a charge for others who wish to attend.

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Htel Serviced Apartments will be present at the Business Travel Show 2019 in London. The fair will take place from 20 to 21 February in the exhibition hall Olympia. The exhibition centre, event space and conference centre expect to receive over 9,000 professionals. You can find Htel Serviced Apartments at booth B1532.

The Business Travel Show is the international event for business travel and has been held annually in London for more than 20 years. As Europe’s largest specialised exhibition and conference bringing together over 9,000 European travel professionals, this long established and reputable event provides corporate travel buyers and managers with the suppliers, knowledge and contacts to help create and develop successful travel programmes. So are you working as a business travel professional? Then you should not miss this show!

Our concept
Htel Serviced Apartments provides fully furnished apartments for short and extended stay based on full service. The apartments are luxurious, spacious and vary in size from 22m2 to 335m2. Htel is unique for business, corporate groups and expat stays.

  • Experience the freedom of your own apartment
  • Enjoy the all-in service of a hotel
  • Stay centrally in a residential area
  • Treat your travel budget kindly
  • Live like a local
  • Feel home away from home

Schedule appointment
Are you visiting? Don’t forget to schedule an appointment with our team for the desired date and time, so that we have enough time to answer all your questions. You can easily schedule an appointment by e-mail (sales@htelapartments.com).

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The Amsterdam Dance Event has come to an end. Time for the city to get ready for the next big thing: the holiday season! In the Netherlands we celebrate Sinterklaas at the beginning of December, after which the city will be transformed into a winter wonderland on December 6th. Are you coming to our capital for a city trip? We have listed a number of tips for you.

Christmas markets

For some Christmas shopping, ice skating and hot chocolate you can go to the big squares in the city. There are also a number of one-day Christmas events. For example, go to the popular Sissy-Boy Christmas market on the Amstelveld on December 8th, where you will find brocante, innovative design and exotic art. On 16 December the Funky Xmas Market will take place at the Westergasfabriek and on 22 and 23 December the Amsterdam Christmas market in the Kromhouthal at the IJ will be the place to be for some Christmas fun.

Christmas concerts

Whether you are a fan of classical music or want to attend a classical concert for the first time, in December the best classical musicians from Europe perform in churches, pop temples and concert halls throughout the city of Amsterdam. The Dutch Philharmonic Orchestra will perform a Christmas concert in the Concertgebouw. Or you can go to the Noorderkerk Concert ‘Händel’s Messiah’ or get enchanted by the Erard Ensemble in the Amstelkerk.

Christmas tree on the Dam

There is a twenty-meter high Christmas tree with over 40,000 LED lights on Dam Square every year. During ‘Turn on the Lights’ in mid-November the light in the tree and hundreds of thousands of lights on the façade of department store De Bijenkorf are turned on and illuminate the square and the Royal Palace. Together with the Christmas decorations in the lampposts, they make this spot in Amsterdam truly magical.

Shop windows of De Bijenkorf

Still on the look-out for gifts or the perfect outfit for New Year’s Eve? You will certainly succeed in Amsterdam! As December approaches, the most beautiful Christmas shop windows appear. Don’t forget to pay a visit to department store De Bijenkorf, where in November the shop windows for the festive season will be revealed. A team of creative’s has worked almost all year to create this piece of art.

Amsterdam Light Festival

Another must do is a walk or boat trip along the enchanting light installations of international artists during the Light Festival. It is an annual event which takes place from 29 November 2018 to 20 January 2019. The theme is ‘The medium is the Message’. Over 600 artists have tried to answer the question ‘What role has light as a medium or as a message?’ by creating 30 works of art.

Are you still in Amsterdam after Christmas? There are some great New Year’s Eve parties in our capital as well. So if you are able to extend your stay a bit…

Spend the holidays in Amsterdam

With its beautiful canals, countless lights and the special light artworks of the Amsterdam Light Festival, Amsterdam is the place for a holiday this December. Htel Serviced Apartments will also be completely immersed in Christmas spheres. Especially for this festive month, Htel Serviced Apartments created a holiday special. 

• 3 nights’ (Amstelveen) or 7 nights’ (Amsterdam) accommodation apartment of your choice
• Bottle of mulled wine at the apartment
• Traditional Christmas bread on arrival
• Htel fleece blanket

You can book this special until 30 December 2018. Are we going to see you soon for a dose of Christmas fun in the form of Christmas shopping, ice skating and hot chocolate in our capital? View the offer here.

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There are many things, habits and products which you can label as ‘typical Dutch’. Some are unique to the Netherlands as others also occur elsewhere, but are seen as typical for the Dutch culture or the Dutch themselves. As an Amsterdam based company we’ve put together a list of 15 typical Dutch habits and products for you to experience or try. And because of our 15th anniversary we also have a special offer for you!

  1. Flat landscape

As flat as the Dutch landscape is virtually no other country in the world. Vast meadows, polders, dikes and dunes; it may definitely be called characteristic. It’s perfect for a walk too, so in summer a great amount of Dutch walk a fixed distance for four days in a row with friends and family, to complete the so called Wandelvierdaagse.

  1. Cycling

With almost 35,000 kilometres of cycle paths, the country of the Netherlands is truly a country of cyclists. The city residents know that the best way to get around and discover Amsterdam is by bike. Almost 63% uses their bike every day. Previously, we have put together a list of 15 great spots to cycle to in Amsterdam. You can find the list here.

  1. Sinterklaas

Nowhere in the world the birthday of Saint Nicholas (Sinterklaas) is celebrated as extensively as in Holland. The saintly man arrives mid-November on a steam boat filled with gifts. On December the 5th the gifts are exchanged after the children sing Sinterklaas songs. Colourful shop windows adorn the streets of Amsterdam for several weeks: it marks the beginning of the festive December month.

  1. Stroopwafels (Dutch cookie)

Every year more than 22 million packs of stroopwafels are consumed in the Netherlands. Van Wonderen Stroopwafels in the Kalverstraat is the place to be for the best sticky waffle with the characteristic checkered pattern. We also like to eat stroopwafel ice cream, stroopwafel souffle and stroopwafel pie or cake.

  1. Clogs

The image that exists abroad is many Dutch people walk on clogs. But the number of times we have seen someone walking on these wooden shoes can be counted on one hand. Clogs aren’t even typically Dutch, the wooden footwear was worn centuries ago in large parts of Europe as well. Nowadays clogs are a popular souvenir from Amsterdam.

  1. Tulips

Tulips are often seen as typically Dutch but originally the colourful flowers did not grew in our country. Only they proved to thrive well here because they need a cool winter to grow. The tulip is now a symbol for the Dutch flower bulb industry as it has the largest share in the export of tulips and tulip bulbs worldwide.

  1. Polder mills

The Netherlands is known for the numerous polder mills. These mills move water from a lower to a higher level using the power of the wind. Although the function of polder mills in many cases has been replaced by steam pomping stations, you still see many polder mills in the Dutch landscape. They represent a cultural-historical role.

  1. Barrel organ

Barrel organs can be seen all over Europe, yet they are often associated with the Netherlands. In the Dutch streets, you will still encounter quite a few street organs. The Netherlands has more than fifty active organ players who play Dutch classics such as “Tulips from Amsterdam”.

  1. Pea soup & hotchpot

Another one in the food category: pea soup – also called ‘snert’ – is made from split peas and is a popular meal during the winter months. The soup is also eaten in other countries, but ours is much thicker.

  1. Delfts Blauw

Delfts Blauw is pottery with blue decoration made in the city of Delft. It was produced as a cheaper alternative to Chinese porcelain in the mid-17th century. Today, around one hundred pottery factories are still open, manufacturing pottery for mainly the tourism industry.

  1. Gouda cheese

The Dutch, yellow cheese is the number one product that Dutch people who live abroad buy to enjoy ‘something from home’. The craft of cheese making has been passed on for generations and has resulted in a delicious full-fat, naturally matured cheese. The base consists of real Dutch milk from Dutch cows grazing on green pastures.

  1. Kingsday

In April it is King’s Day. On the 27th of April of each year the birthday of our king, Willem-Alexander, is celebrated grandly. Amsterdam colours orange – from orange clothing to orange delicacies – and there are markets, activities for young and old, and parties at locations just outside the centre.

  1. Food from the wall

Nothing is as Dutch as a wall display full of fried snacks. Mexicano, pikanto, frikandel, kroket (croquette) or a cheese souffle; you can’t find the snack bar like this in any other country. Is the snack bar closed? Then we just pull that kroket out of the wall, for example at the FEBO on the Nieuwendijk.

  1. Peanut butter for breakfast

There are only a few countries in the world where people love peanut butter and the Netherlands is one of them. On the Czaar Peterstraat you will find a real peanut butter shop with flavors such as Caramel Sea Salt and Dadel-Cinnamon. Sprinkle it with hagelslag (chocolate sprinkles) and your Dutch breakfast is ready for you to enjoy!

  1. Three times

In Holland, we do three. Three kisses on the cheek when greeting. It can be confusing while in most places around the world two kisses are the standard. That we kiss each other 3 times to greet is only 50 years old. It would have originated in the province of Brabant and is also called the Brabant drieklapper (three-fold).

Special offer: Htel stroopwafels (Dutch cookies!) at check-in!

Htel Serviced Apartments celebrates its 15th anniversary this year. To celebrate we created a special offer. If you book a stay at Htel Serviced Apartments in November, you will receive Htel stroopwafels (Dutch cookies!) upon arrival! More information about the conditions and to book can be found here.

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With around 35,000 kilometres of cycle paths, it can rightly be said that the Netherlands is a cycling country. The residents themselves prove that the best way to discover Amsterdam is by bike: no less than 63% of them get on their bikes every day. So are you coming to Amsterdam for a city trip or vacation? Hop on one of our Htel bikes and experience our capital with this checklist!

  1. Street art tour

Park your bike near the Spuistraat and walk through the side streets full of coloured artworks. Or cycle to the NDSM-werf (shipyard) across the IJ. You will find former ship halls here which offer a raw environment where the street art colours seem extra powerful. In the Marnixstraat behind the fire station there is also an inlet full of graffiti artworks.

  1. Vondelpark

The Vondelpark is the largest park in Amsterdam. Many activities are organized here and you will find various cafes here. Cycle through it at ease, past ponds and bridges, and stop for a snack and a drink at, for example, the Blauwe Theehuis (Blue Teahouse).

  1. Port area

Four recreational cycling routes run through the port of Amsterdam called ‘Havenfietsen’. The routes have been created, each with its own character and are provided with information boards at prominent points in the port.

  1. I Amsterdam

You can’t ignore – even if you wanted to – the red and white I Amsterdam letters on Museum Square. They are more than 2 meters high and extend in width over 23.5 meters! The letters have quickly become the symbol of the city. Visitors to Amsterdam photograph themselves in, around and on top of the letters.

  1. Along the Amstel River

Amsterdam owes its name to the Amstel, so a ride along the river is a must do during your visit to our capital. Cycle along the Blauwbrug (Blue bridge) and along imposing canal houses, the National Opera and Ballet and Koninklijk Theather Carré (Royal Theatre). You can also pass the city borders and cycle towards Ouderkerk aan de Amstel to discover the natural environment.

  1. Through the Jordaan

The Jordaan is a real working-class neighbourhood. Young entrepreneurs, artists and students like to meet in one of Amsterdam’s typical pubs here. You will also find the famous gay monument, the Johnny Jordaanplein (square) and stately mansions along the beautiful canals.

  1. De 9 straatjes (9 streets)

The 9 Straatjes, located in the Jordaan and in the middle of Unesco World Heritage, count numerous monumental shops. Trade, craftsmanship and culture predominate in these streets. You will find small, original and exclusive stores here.

  1. Dam Square

At Dam Square in the centre of Amsterdam you will find the Paleis op de Dam (Palace on Dam Square), the Nieuwe Kerk (church) where high-quality exhibitions are organized, Museum Madame Tussauds, the war memorial and the luxury department store De Bijenkorf. Have a break on one of the benches or the stairs of the palace and look at the diversity of street artists before you move along.

  1. Amsterdamse bos

In the Amsterdamse Bos (forest) you can find more than 50 kilometres of cycle paths. For example, follow the red poles, this is a cycling route of 14 kilometres long along some of the most beautiful spots in the forest. Make a stopover for something to eat or drink at one of the two farms in the forest.

  1. Jewish Cultural Quarter

Impressive synagogues, buildings and memorial places adorn the streets of the old Amsterdam Jewish quarter. In the heart of the neighbourhood is the Jewish Cultural Quarter, formed by the Jewish Historical Museum, the Portuguese Synagogue with the ancient library Ets Haim, the Hollandsche Schouwburg and the National Holocaust Museum.

  1. De Diamantbuurt (De Pijp)

Near the Jewish Cultural Quarter is the Diamantbuurt (Diamond Neighbourhood). In the past, many diamond cutters used to work for the Koninklijke Asscher Diamant Maatschappij. Today, emperors, kings, queens, presidents and other dignitaries visit the building to marvel at all the beauty. Unfortunately you can’t go inside as a tourist, but the building itself is already admirable.

  1. Weesperzijde

If you’re in the area anyway: the Weesperzijde – on the other side of the Amstel – was voted the number 14 of most beautiful streets in Amsterdam by the readers of the newspaper Het Parool!

  1. Prinseneiland

The Bickerseiland, Prinseneiland and Realeneiland are also called the Western Islands of Amsterdam. They form a world themselves. The Prinseneiland is not yet discovered by tourists, but definitely worth a visit. You will see beautifully renovated warehouses and buildings that used to serve as storage facilities for grain, tobacco, wine and salt.

  1. Chinatown

Like many big cities, Amsterdam also has a Chinatown. The first Chinese who settled in Amsterdam worked on large passenger ships. When this industry slowly disappeared, the Chinese opened shops and eateries in this neighbourhood. The best Chinese products and food can be found in the old city centre. It is also the place to celebrate Chinese New Year in Amsterdam.

  1. Nieuwmarkt (Chinatown)

In 1614 part of the canals in Chinatown were drained and the Nieuwmarkt was created. The square fills daily with stalls and every Saturday you will find a variety of organic products on the organic market. On the square you will also find the striking building ‘De Waag’. And the largest Buddhist temple in Europe, built in traditional Chinese palace style, is just around the corner at the Zeedijk.

Special offer: free use of our Htel bikes!

This year, Htel Serviced Apartments celebrates its 15th birthday. The coming weeks we celebrate with special promotions. In October: free use of our Htel bikes when booking a stay at Htel Serviced Apartments! Htel Serviced Apartments is the perfect place to stay during a holiday in Amsterdam, so you can visit all of the above yourself. More information about the conditions and conditions and to book your apartment: click here.

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The profile of international employees is changing. The highly-skilled worker who comes to the Netherlands for a few months and then flies out again is on the decline. Today, international employees are more eager than ever to adapt to Dutch life and live like a local. As Htel Serviced Apartments is an expert in the field of employee housing for 15 years, we’ve gathered 15 tips to live like a local when working abroad.

  1. Dutch lessons

Almost everyone in the Netherlands speaks English, but speaking even just a little bit of Dutch can really help make you feel like part of the community. Start with some key phrases in Dutch to thank the locals (“Dank je wel!”) or order your meals at restaurants in Dutch.

  1. Housing in residential areas

Stay in one of the quiet neighbourhoods just outside the tourist centre. By settling in a green environment with schools, sports parks, playgrounds, shops and parks, you will really feel like part of the community.

  1. Jump on a bike

Once settled jump on your bike to go to work, to do groceries or when you go out. As central areas aren’t congested with traffic as most people travel by bike, Dutchies go anywhere by bike! In your free time cycle to the Amsterdamse Bos (forest) for a picnic.

  1. Dutch snacks

While getting your kroket or a frikandel (Dutch snacks) out of the wall is described as a pretty touristy thing to do, every Dutchie gets their food out of the wall once in a while. Just pay a euro or two and choose your snack. Another tip: get yourself a freshly baked stroopwafel (Dutch cookie) from the market!

  1. Brown café

Visit a bruin café (brown cafe) with your friends. These traditional bars, complete with dark wood furniture, soft lighting and an abundance of antique clutter, make you feel like you’ve been transported back in time. That’s what we call ‘gezellig’ (roughly means cosy).

  1. Sport club

Sport has a connecting factor. In the Netherlands fitness is the most popular sport. So the local fitness club is not only the place to exercise but also to make new friends. When moving to The Netherlands with your family: soccer is still the most popular sport among children and young adults.

  1. Housewarming

We also like to invite friends over in our warm and homely ambience to experience that gezellig feeling with friends, a couple of beers and a portion of bitterballen (Dutch snacks). Also Dutch: make an appointment first.

  1. Characteristic quirkiness

Step outside the comfort of the canals and explore the neighbourhoods that give Amsterdam its characteristic quirkiness, such as Amsterdam Noord’s industrial-artsy vibes or Oud-West’s culinary and cultural delights.

  1. Amsterdam weather

The weather in Amsterdam is unpredictable. One minute the skies are blue, the next it’s pouring rain. Fortunately, we’ve a great app called Buienalarm (rain alarm) that alerts you when a downpour is due so you can plan your journey accordingly.

  1. Terrace life year round

No matter if it’s overcast, cold, raining or snowing, you’ll always find people sitting outside on a terrace enjoying coffee, a beer or a snack. And there are plenty of bars and cafes in Amsterdam that prepare for these all-weather visitors by providing blankets and heaters.

  1. Sailing to secluded areas

The canals of Amsterdam are packed with official tourist boats, but you’ll often see smaller boats sailing by with just a few people enjoying the company of friends. Rent a boat yourself to sail around Amsterdam’s picturesque canals and escape the tourist trail by sailing to secluded areas.

  1. Culinary trip

Amsterdam is a cultural melting pot, which is summed up perfectly in its eclectic cuisine. After you’ve had your fill of Dutch treats and sweets, sample some of the foods brought to the city from around the world. Indonesian and Surinam food are particularly popular.

  1. Picnic at the park

The vast majority of tourists end up at the Vondelpark at some point. It is close to the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, and a good place to have a break. But we recommend a visit to the Westerpark. Pick up some local food from the market and enjoy a picnic.

  1. Albert Cuyp market

A huge open-plan market doesn’t necessarily sound like a place that is off the beaten track but at the Albert Cuyp Markt, in the Pijp district, you’ll quickly see it is the residents of Amsterdam that dominate its stalls, cafés and shops. If you want to feel part of the local culture, you should pop along here.

  1. Beach life

When residents of our capital want to escape the crowds for a bit, they go to the park or to the beach. The train to Zandvoort aan Zee leaves from Amsterdam Central Station twice an hour. The double-decker train takes thirty-minutes to carry you to the coast. On the outward journey, sit on the left-hand side for great views of Haarlem, a beautiful town that is well worth a visit too.

Htel Serviced Apartments is the perfect place for international employees (and their families) who come to the Netherlands for a short or extended stay. The apartments are spacious and our team will do anything to ensure that you feel at home when you are away from home. Our apartments are located in a quiet, green neighbourhood with schools, parks and other important facilities nearby. You can explore the neighbourhood on one of our Htel bikes, as true Dutchie. Like to know more? Click here.

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Ben je goed in het opbouwen en onderhouden van relaties? Vind je het een uitdaging om de wensen van jouw klanten te matchen met de commerciële doelstellingen van het bedrijf? Ben jij ondernemend, representatief en enthousiast? Dan zijn wij opzoek naar jou!

Profiel

Als accountmanager in het sales team van Htel Serviced Apartments ben je verantwoordelijk voor het verder ontwikkelen van ons corporate account portfolio. Aan jou de taak om bestaande accounts uit te bouwen én new business te genereren. Hierbij komt jouw commerciële en analytische blik goed van pas. Natuurlijk ben je op de hoogte van wat er speelt binnen onze branche, zodat je op creatieve wijze kunt inspelen op de nationale én internationale (economische) ontwikkelingen. Ook ben je verantwoordelijk voor de bijbehorende administratie (o.a. het bijhouden van je werkzaamheden in ons relatiebeheersysteem).

Het team

Werken bij Htel Serviced Apartments betekent werken in een jong en ambitieus team in een internationale omgeving. In je rol als accountmanager ben je klantvriendelijk, servicegericht, flexibel en stressbestendig, en werk je nauw samen met de afdelingen front office, reserveringen en facilities om een zorgeloos verblijf te verzorgen voor jouw gasten. Je rapporteert in deze functie aan de Commercieel Manager.

Verantwoordelijkheden

• Het onderhouden en uitbreiden van bestaande accounts.
• Het analyseren van het boekgedrag van je klantenbestand, om dit vervolgens om te kunnen zetten in concrete, uitvoerbare sales plannen t.b.v. omzetverhoging.
• Het vastleggen van alle uitgevoerde acties in het CRM-systeem (Perfect View).
• Het bedenken van creatieve ‘reason to book’-acties (online acties, corporate acties, relatie evenementen).
• Het uitstippelen en uitvoeren van blitz acties.
• Het actief opzoek gaan naar en benaderen van potentiële klanten (acquisitie new business).
• Het bezoeken van en deelnemen aan beurzen en netwerkevenementen.
• Signaleren van cross selling kansen voor Beachhouse Hotel, SugarCity Events en Forest Suites, die net als Htel onder de Cobraspen Groep vallen.
• Het voorbereiden en uitvoeren van rondleidingen op de twee locaties van Htel Serviced Apartments (Amsterdam en Amstelveen).
• Het oppakken van leads volgend uit de actualiteit, via de website, de chatservice en het reserveringsteam.
• Het opstellen en navolgen van offertes en afsluiten van corporate contracten.

Wij zoeken een kandidaat die:

• Minimaal een hbo-diploma of hbo-denkniveau heeft.
• Minimaal 3 jaar sales ervaring heeft in de hospitality of soortgelijke branche.
• Beschikt over een eigen netwerk van business travel bookers binnen de corporate markt en intermediairs.
• Ervaring heeft met Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
• Overtuigingskracht bezit en niet schroomt om koude acquisitie uit te voeren.
• Verkoopkansen herkent en omzet in resultaat.
• In staat is om snel een duurzame relatie met (potentiële) klanten op te bouwen uit verschillende culturen en beroepsniveaus.
• In bezit is van een rijbewijs B.

Wat wij bieden:

Wij bieden je bij Htel Serviced Apartments een goed salaris en goede secundaire arbeidsvoorwaarden, waaronder een iPhone, iPad, collectieve ziektekostenregeling, pensioenregeling en bedrijfsfitnessregeling. Daarnaast zijn er volop groei- en ontwikkelingsmogelijkheden.

Tip: lees hier het interview met Roger Wiersma, tevens accountmanager bij Htel.

Over Htel Serviced Apartments

Htel Serviced Apartments biedt volledig gemeubileerde appartementen in Amsterdam en Amstelveen op basis van full-service voor kort of langer verblijf aan. Er zijn 300 appartementen op 2 verschillende locaties beschikbaar: Amsterdam Buitenveldert en Amstelveen. Htel is uitermate geschikt voor zakenreizen, zakelijke groepen en expats. Het is ook een perfecte accommodatie voor families, vakantie of tijdelijk verblijf in verband met een verhuizing.

Interesse? Dan maken we graag kennis met je! Stuur je motivatie en CV vandaag nog naar hr@cobraspen.nl t.a.v. mevrouw V. Dessaur (HR manager). Voor meer informatie over deze functie kun je bellen met mevrouw V. Dessaur op het telefoonnummer: 023 – 526 49 49.

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