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HTH as employer

Hotelschool The Hague was founded in 1929, making it one of the oldest independent hotel schools in the world. Since 1929, Hotelschool The Hague has been renowned for its education and innovative research, and is ranked among the Top 5 Hospitality Management Schools in the world.

The school has two campuses, one in The Hague and one in Amsterdam with over 2500 students, an international student intake of over 40% and more than 250 employees.

For the last four years, Hotelschool The Hague has been voted best public hotel school in The Netherlands. Furthermore, Hotelschool The Hague’s Master in International Hospitality Management has been voted Best Master in Business Administration 2017 in The Netherlands by 'Keuzegids Masters 2017'. Graduates of Hotelschool The Hague occupy leading positions in the hospitality industry all over the world.




Human Resources

Frequent Positions

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 five 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.
  • 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 Placement Office, Media Centre, Finance & Control, IT Services.
  • Interns: Humand Resources frequently provide internships.

An employee should be confident in what he/she says and teaches, based on previous industry experience. Employees should always stay in touch with the industry. 

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Facts & Figures:

  • With 250 employees originating from more than 25 different countries, Hotelschool can boast with an international workforce. 25% of our lecturers have an international nationality.
  • Level of education of faculty of Hotelschool The Hague:
    - Bachelor: 15%
    - Master: 66%

    - PhD: 19%
  • In 2016 47% of the employees of Hotelschool The Hague is male and 53% is female. 
  • 89% of the employees say their work is inspiring
  • The absenteeism rate in 2016 was only 3.1%. This is more than one point lower than the Zestor benchmark of 4.2%.

Selection Procedure

The selection procedure for the jobs at the hotel school consists of four stages:

  • Stage 1: Your cover letter and CV are evaluated on the basis of the job description. 
  • Stage 2: You are invited for a general interview with the manager and the Human Resource Advisor. 
  • Stage 3: After following a successful interview, you will have a second interview with prospective colleagues. 
  • Stage 4: You will have an interview with a member of the Board of Directors concerning the mission, goals, and code of conduct of the Hotelschool. 

In addition to the above, the selection procedure includes a reference check and an oral English test. For the position of lecturer a test lecture is also part of the procedure. Finally, the terms of employment will be discussed in an interview with the manager.

During the Selection Procedure Hotelschool The Hague applies The NVP Recruitment Code. This code contains the basic rules that, in the opinion of the Dutch Association for Personnel Management and Organi­sational Development (NVP), should be observed during the recruitment and selec­tion process. The purpose of the code is to provide a standard for a transparent and fair recruitment and selection procedure. More information about this code can be found at

Friendly and open, always accessible for students! Their passion for work, their positive attitude and commitment to Hotelschool are clearly visible.

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Selection Criteria

Hotelschool The Hague works with ambitious and talented people. We expect you to be among the best in your field and you are willing to further develop your knowledge and skills. You like to apply your knowledge and experience to education. If you apply for a Lecturer position, you have management experience in the international hospitality or service industry.

  • You have an open attitude towards other cultures and preferably have studied or worked abroad. 
  • The official languages of Hotelschool The Hague are English and Dutch. Your spoken and written command of these languages, or in any case of English, is excellent.
  • You are comfortable with the formal corporate culture of Hotelschool The Hague and the hospitality industry. 
  • You are at your best when working independently as part of a small team of professionals.
  • We consider a businesslike appearance and a service-oriented approach of great importance. 
  • You endorse the mission, goals and code of conduct of Hotelschool The Hague.
  • The Hotelschool has two branches, one in The Hague and one in Amsterdam. Employees perform their duties at both locations.

In the Hotelschool student´s perspective, the ideal employee, who enters his lovely working place every morning, is a smiling, smartly dressed and professional person. 

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Conditions of employment

Hotelschool The Hague has high expectations of employees and in return provides for excellent conditions of employment.

The pay and benefits policy includes:

  • a salary in accordance with the cao-hbo (collective employment agreement);
  • a 13th month;
  • employees with working weeks of 40 hours are entitled to 428 hours (53 days) of leave with retention of salary per calendar year;
  • a retirement pension through ABP;
  • excellent opportunities for further education;
  • generous leave entitlements;
  • the possibility to participate in collective (health) insurance.

As an institute of knowledge, the Hotelschool invests in the development of its employees. An HBO school should spend at least 6% of the aggregate annual income on professionalization annually. Half of this (3%) must be spent on a basic entitlement in terms of hours. The other half must be spent on out-of-pocket expenses.

The collective employment agreement is available in both Dutch and English and can be found online at

It is important to create consistency and well functioning communication channels. We want our employees to be inspirational, motivating, flexible, enthusiastic and reliable. 

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Contact HR

Would you like to know more about working at Hotelschool The Hague or a specific vacancy? Please contact our Human Resources department, via or by phone: +31 70 3512481.

Hotelschool The Hague
Brusselselaan 2
2587 AH The Hague
The Netherlands

T +31 70 351 24 81
F +31 70 351 21 55

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