Lanserhof at The Arts Club is looking for an experienced Maintenance Technician to join their pre-opening team.
Successful candidate will support the smooth running of the Club and Lanserhof at The Arts Club in its daily operations in conjunction with the Engineering team at The Arts Club. They will also need to be able to identify areas for improvement within the Club and Lanserhof at The Arts Club, in respect of general upkeep, fix issues, upgrading of equipment and facilities, monitoring of heating and lighting.
- To achieve high operating standards consistent with the corporate values and objectives
- To support the Assistant Chief Engineer and Shift Engineers in the order, store & maintenance of sufficient stock to supply the
Club and Lanserhof at The Arts Club with the necessary resources to operate effectively.
- To ensure compliance with relevant and current legislation at all times whilst at work
- To support the Engineering team to achieve continuous improvement within the department, both on a personal level and for
the function as a whole.
In return we offer:
• Discounts on Food & Beverage in our sister restaurants
• Laundry of uniform
• Exciting range of learning and development programmes
• Opportunities for promotion
• Meals whilst on duty
• Childcare voucher scheme
• Pension scheme
• Ride to work scheme
• Perkbox benefits scheme
Eligibility: In line with the requirements of the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must either be eligible to live and work in the UK or must obtain permits to work in the UK or must obtain permits to work in the UK prior to application. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process.
- Job type
- Mayfair, London, United Kingdom
- Engineering & Maintenance
- Starting in
- As soon as possible
- Duration of the contract
The Arts Club
The Arts Club was founded in 1863 by men of vision in order to provide a haven for those people who had professional or amateur relationships with the Arts, Literature or Sciences and it has provided this hospitality and friendship ever since.
In 1896, the Club relocated from its original home on Hanover Square to its present elegant 18th Century townhouse at 40 Dover Street, affording its members a comfortable and impressive base in Mayfair. It has survived two world wars, including a direct hit on the building during the Blitz of 1940.
In the course of its existence the Club has included amongst its members many outstanding figures in the history of art, literature and science: writers such as Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins and Thomas Hughes; musicians such as Paolo Tosti, Charles Halle and Franz Liszt; artists such as Frederic Leighton, Walter Sickert, John Everett Millais, Auguste Rodin and James McNeill Whistler, as well as an array of pre-eminent surgeons, solicitors and professionals.
In September 2011, the Club re-launched after undergoing a complete renovation, transforming it into a truly venerable institution. The principal areas of interest amongst the current members are: art, architecture, fashion, film, literature, music, performance, photography, science, theatre and media. It proudly continues to be a hub for creative and entrepreneurial patrons to come together to meet, exchange ideas, dine and participate in the varied events, and the Club has reclaimed its place at the heart of contemporary cultural life in London.
The Club’s art collection remains at its very core, highlighting international trends, as well as maintaining a focus on British-based artists. Amelie von Wedel, the Club’s art advisor and curator, has chosen the pieces to include a combination of site-specific installations and carefully selected acquisitions. The permanent collection includes work by Tomas Saraceno, John Baldessari and John Stezaker, which sit alongside both the Club's historic collection and a series of temporary exhibitions which change throughout the year.