Flexible, open-minded and responsible: Which people fit Seminaris Hotels.
What makes a good professional for us? He or she is a team player. Resilient and open to change – flexible enough to learn new processes, and also willing to learn and grow.
Employees at Seminaris Hotels should be able to shape processes to a certain extent and take on responsibility.
We are looking for people who are intuitive and work in a well-structured manner. They should be experts in their own area – no matter how small or specialized that area may be. They should have specialist knowledge and/or experience and also be able to pass on their knowledge when training and instructing others.
We want to feel motivation – and empathy.
You want people as colleagues who encourage you, support you and find solutions together with you? Welcome to Seminaris! We consciously live a holistic team culture.
Are you looking for a change? Then contact us at any time and we’ll talk about your opportunities with us at the company.
Part-time | home office wherever possible | trust-based working hours
Notebook and smartphone wherever possible, also for private use
We live a “buddy” culture – you will be trained in the company of a personal co-colleague | we offer in-house experiences for every employee | we have formed a transformation team that actively drives the company’s change | we host internal and external workshops
Salary in line with the market | individual employment contracts | employee rates (Personights) | corporate benefits program | free employee parking | “Employees recruit employees” bonuses | free drinks
With individual care from our company doctor
We-culture at eye level – among other things by addressing each other as “you” | a culture of making mistakes | regular feedback meetings
Own dogs may be brought into the office by arrangement
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