Careers with Edwardian Hotels London
Edwardian Hotels London is Britain’s most dynamic independent hospitality group. At the heart of our company, and across every one of our brands, is a simple belief that we are all hosts: from back of house to boardroom.
It’s a belief that challenges us not only to anticipate our guests’ needs, but
to go beyond them. To surprise and delight. And, every minute of every day, everyone who works here does everything they can to make that happen.
But it doesn’t happen by accident.
That’s why Edwardian Hotels London offers one of the most comprehensive induction and training centres in the hospitality industry through our purpose-built ED.G.E training academy. ED.G.E (Edwardian Group Education) not only provides a thorough grounding for your hospitality career (including professional qualifications) but introduces our hosts to a crucial Edwardian difference: what makes our guests choose us time and again is not just our premises, unique though they are, but the people who provide the special welcome within them. That is our competitive difference – our edge, if you like – and it’s why we invest significant sums on ongoing training at all levels, for all jobs, whether located in London or Manchester.
If you share that spirit, there is no limit to how far you can go with us. Because, at Edwardian Hotels London, people with the right attitude and the ability to go with it go very far, very fast.
Recruitment Fraud & False Job Offers
Edwardian Hotels London has learned that job offers, job adverts and direct contact of individuals are sometimes made, falsely stating that they are issued by or in association with Edwardian Hotels London or one of its brands. Edwardian Hotels London is in no way associated with these websites or offers. Please read the following information thoroughly.
Examples of Frauds / Scams:
- Job agencies offering positions within Radisson Blu Hotels in different regions of the UK.
- Direct contact by e-mail from persons offering positions within Edwardian Hotels London brands (The May Fair Hotel or Radisson Blu Edwardian properties).
- Job ads circulating on social media or websites claiming to recruit for The May Fair Hotel or Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotels
Indicators that a message might be a part of an e-mail scam
- Spelling and grammatical errors in the email
- Blurry and stretched pictures.
- Improper use of company trademarks and logos.
- Detailed requests of personal and financial information
- Lists of salaries for several different positions
- Offer of help to secure work permits and visas in exchange for money
- Overall, if it looks too good to be true, it probably is
The scam e-mails usually use illegitimate e-mail addresses to communicate fraudulent material. Those illegitimate e-mail addresses are created to lead you to believe that the communication is authorised by Edwardian Hotels London. Edwardian Hotels London use (number of) distinct e-mail domains:
NOTE: If you have received correspondence from Edwardian Hotels London via an e-mail address of a domain not listed above, the communication is most likely not authorised or connected with our company.
What to do:
If you have doubts about the authenticity of an e-mail, letter or telephone communication received from or on behalf of Edwardian Hotels London, please contact the individual hotel directly and speak to the Human Resources department to confirm the authenticity (Contact information is listed on the brand websites, on www.edwardian.com, www.radissonblu-edwardian.com, www.careers.myedwardian.com, www.themayfairhotel.co.uk. Alternatively please send an e-mail to: email@example.com to verify the contact.
Financial loss and identity theft could result from the transfer of money or personal information to persons falsely stating to be connected to our company. If you have already provided any personal information to any contacts associated with this type of e-mails, letters or websites, we recommend that you immediately discontinue all communication with the source and contact your local authorities for advice on how to proceed to protect your personal information and privacy.