Your guests expect the latest and greatest in services, selection and amenities from you, making it critically important to stay ahead of the trends impacting the hospitality industry. The same holds true when it comes to your workforce – you need to understand how the hospitality job market is changing in order to change your
How It All Works
This site is where we bring together professionals across the serviced apartment sector, and across the wider world of hospitality, who are looking to find new staff or a position within the industry.
From marketing, IT and finance professionals to front of house and housekeeping, this is the ideal place to research a new team or new career; and as trade body to the sector, we are ideally placed to keep you updated on moves and opportunities within the industry, other factors affecting this buoyant part of the hospitality industry, and the wider global platform it serves.
When you're ready to upload a job or search for a new role, follow the links on each page,upload the details of the position, store your searchable resume, manage your own dashboard, and check on progress.
Together we can make this comparatively little-known part of the hospitality sector a first thought for anyone looking for business or leisure accommodation.
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ASAP job Site Stats
Here we list our site stats, how many people we’ve helped find a job and companies that have found recruits.
- 7 Jobs Posted
- 0 Resumes Posted
- 4 Jobs Filled
- 5 Companies
- 51 Members
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