We're looking for a Pantry Coordinator to join our excellent Housekeeping team here at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London.
Picture this: it’s a Tuesday. Sunlight streams through the window. You’re helping prepare a room and looking out over Hyde Park. This is what your mornings look like when as a Pantry Coordinator in our hotel.
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park is London’s most iconic address. The spirit of the city infuses every floor. The park’s green vastness rolls beyond bedroom windows. Renowned guests frequent the hotels’ bars and restaurants.
It’s another world. A world of oriental luxury and the most attentive service. A world that’s all about our guests.
It’s also a world that’s been reinvented and reimagined to move with the times. With a heart of London’s heritage and an eye to the future, we use our own sense of history to set new standards – through kind, passionate and generous service.
We love perfectionists, and we’re looking for more to join us as a Pantry Coordinator.
In return for your perfectionism, you’ll learn from our most seasoned housekeepers, and work with exceptional colleagues (think expert engineers on call), the latest technology (think iPads), and the finest products (think 300 thread count Egyptian cotton).
About the role
The Pantry Coordinator is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and good order of all housekeeping floor pantries floors, cross pantries and storerooms to create a pleasant, organised environment for our colleagues and the visual look and feel for any guests passing through these areas.
You’ll ensure that each pantry has sufficient glass, china and food collection bins and racks, as well as ample stock in order to help our Room Attendants manage their workload depending on hotel occupancy. You will also be responsible for reporting any defects relating to pantry management through the use of HOTSOS, as well as weekly stock takes and daily cleaning of transportation equipment.
Mandarin Oriental London
As part of the most-extensive multi-million-pound restoration in the hotel's history, internationally-renowned designer Joyce Wang, oversaw the new design of all the rooms, suites and public areas, inspired by the natural beauty of neighbouring Hyde Park and the glamour of the 20th century Golden Age of travel.
The stunning re-imagining of The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, London along with the hotel’s destination restaurants and Mandarin Bar, were directed by esteemed New York designer Adam D Tihany.