Reception Manager *maternity cover - 12 month contract*
As Reception Manager at ROSL you will be a professional within the junior management team and will be responsible for the flawless running of our reception and the development of the reception team, ensuring that all members and guests are provided an exceptional service. Find out more and apply here.
Receptionist Part Time (24 hours per week)
As a Receptionist at ROSL you will be responsible for providing a personalised, warm and friendly service to our members. You will also ensure coordination and communication with other departments to ensure maximum member satisfaction upon their arrival, departure and during their visit. Find out more and apply here.
Under the direction of the Head Housekeeper, and within the limits of ROSL’s policies and procedures your main role is to ensure the cleanliness of the bedrooms and public areas in accordance with ROSL’s standards. Find out more and apply here.
Your main role is to assist the House Cleaners with linen, heavy tasks such as moving furniture when required, completing the in-house laundry and ensuring the cleanliness of the team areas in accordance with ROSL’s standards. Find out more and apply here.
Chief Operating Officer
This key role is responsible for ROSL’s largest income-earning sources as well as its largest cost centres. The role oversees the long-term repair and refurbishment of Grade 1 Listed Over-Seas House, the strategic delivery of income and expenditure targets, and the smooth day to day running of the clubhouse by maintaining as well as building on the service, quality and reputation of the club for its members and other visitors. Find out more and apply here.
ROSL ARTS Coordinator (Music)
This is an exciting opportunity to join the small arts team at the Royal Over-Seas League, a not-for-profit members’ organisation based in St James’s, London. The role focuses on music and you will be passionate and knowledgeable about classical music, as well as being prepared to work in all the arts sectors in which ROSL ARTS operates. This position administrates and assists in running the various music, literary and arts activities at Over-Seas House in London, as well as administrating the scholarships of our visiting Commonwealth musicians who travel to the UK each summer for an annual residency and administration for our renowned Annual Music Competition and Edinburgh Festival Fringe concert series. Find out more and apple here.
For over 100 years ROSL has provided a home-away-from-home experience for our members. And our team always provide a warm welcome to members visiting our clubhouse. But it's not just about an hospitable environment at the clubs, our talented people provide opportunities for artists and musicians across the Commonwealth to connect, collaborate and create. Support education and humanitarian projects that benefit communities and change lives. And provide social and cultural activities for enjoyment, learning, and networking - bringing members together.
Read more about the people that make ROSL a members' club with a difference: take a look at the Overseas Journal archive or read 'ROSL People - Day in the Life'.