Do you like chatting to people and do you also enjoy helping them? Then the role of Event Host at the Artexpo Amsterdam is really something for you! As an Event Host you will help ensure that visitors to the Artexpo Amsterdam will have a hospitable and carefree stay. Work as an Event Host is all about a service-oriented attitude and keeping spirits up. And about understanding art and being familiar with the art of some of the participating exhibitors.
You will receive:
- Weekly salary of € 12,50 per hour under the age 23, from the age of 23 years and above
€ 14,50 per hour
- A great regular part-time job for about 8 hours a day and the entire period of the fair.
- Travel allowance up to €15 per day. Those who live close by have our preference.
Your workday looks like this:
Your shift starts 1 hour before the event begins. Before you start your shift, you need to pick up your work clothes. Your red cardigan means that you are easily recognisable to the visitors! You then go over to the fair and your manager will tell you where you will be standing that day and what is expected of you. You warmly welcome all visitors on their arrival at the fair. After that, if you notice someone wandering about looking for something, you take the initiative and ask them if you can help. Although you’re busy helping the visitors, you might still get hungry, so go and grab a bite to eat and a drink and then go back!
As an event host you are
- At least 18 years of age
- Available at least 80% of the time during the event
- Have a good command of the Dutch language and (at least one) foreign language
- Able to support exhibitors during conversations
- Not afraid to approach people
- Have you applied? We will contact you a.s.a.p. by telephone.
- Have you been successful? A selection interview will follow.
Does this role as an event host suit you perfectly? Then please apply via firstname.lastname@example.org. Do you have any questions? Please contact us by mail or phone. Naturally, this vacancy is open to both women and men.
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