Hotelschool The Hague frequently recruits professionals who are ready to make the transfer from business to education. In order to maintain its position in the top three of hotel schools in the world, Hotelschool The Hague finds it important to attract managers from the business world in order to enthusiastically and persuasively educate and train our international students to become the managers of the future.
The Hotelschool provides the training ‘Didactic Skills’ to assist new members of the faculty in mastering the techniques of teaching.
Hotelschool The Hague frequently recruits:
- Lecturers: Hotelschool The Hague often recruits managers from the international hospitality business who like to share their expertise with our students.
- Freelance lecturers: Freelance lecturers are engaged for ten weeks periods, with hours to be worked and hourly rate to be determined by mutual consent. The same selection criteria apply for faculty lecturers as for freelance lecturers.
- Instructors in Practical Education: as part of the curriculum, students have practical education and work in the restaurants, kitchens and hotels of Hotelschool The Hague. Instructors supervise the students in complex learning situations during practical duties.
- Support staff: The Hotelschool has several supporting staff departments, such as Student Support Centre, Media Centre, Finance & Control, IT Services.
- Interns: The departments Marketing & Communications, Facility Management and Human Resources frequently recruit for HBO-students in their final stage and provide internships.
Aldo San Giorgi, Freelance Lecturer
Every time I climb the stairs to the entrance of the Hotelschool I realize the privilege to add value to the development of all these young ambitious students. Although my background as an ICT manager and consultant is not hospitality as such, it always has been an inextricably part of my job. Applying my experience as a freelancer makes this small yet leading school one of my preferred clients.
Joost de Langen, Alumnus and International Recruitment Co÷rdinator
When promoting the Hotelschool abroad I get to meet a lot of different people. Whether they are alumni, hoteliers, (potential) students or trainees; the enthusiasm about our school and the willingness to assist in anyway possible, is something that makes it extremely rewarding to work for the Hotelschool. I experience the international network of the Hotelschool as one of the major assets of this great institution.