Badrutt’s Palace in Switzerland Looking for Junior GM Ages 5 – 12

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Leading Hotels of the World’s Badrutt’s Palace in Switzerland is looking to fill a very special position at their hotel. Not Concierge or a Chef, but a Junior General Manager.

The hotel opened in 1896 by the Badrutt family, and is known by some as the “Grand Dame” of Swiss hotels. With several restaurants, stellar customer service and prime location nestled in the Swiss Alps the property remains a top choice for the well-heeled traveler.

Checking the prices for reservations, the lowest category room called a Superior Single room starts at around 370 CHF or about 390 USD. In winter season the prices rise to 660 CHF per night.

The hotel even has a special place just for kids 3-12 called Kids Club Palazzino. It offers activities that sound fun –

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Interested? Great, but you have to be between 5 and 12 years of age to apply. Check out the details about the role from their website

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Here’s a link to their fun video advertising the role.

The form does not say that the applicant needs to live in a particular country, though it is a requirement to speak English, German or Italian.

Click here for their application page.

This opportunity sounds fantastic, and it’s a shame that I’m just a bit outside of the required age bracket to be considered. Hopefully a reader has a child or family member that would love the experience, plus I’m sure it would be an interesting talking point to have on a resume in the future!

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