Host(ess) & Cleaning help

EXTREMIS, founded in 1994 by Dirk Wynants, produces and markets design indoor and outdoor furniture internationally. Innovative designs and the development of an international distribution network have earned the company, in addition to dozens of awards, a solid position in the design market. This eye for design translates into our uniquely designed headquarters in Proven, where visitors are welcomed in our showroom and offices. To support our team, Extremis is looking for a HOST(ESS) & CLEANING HELP.

Host(ess) & Cleaning help

As host/hostess you make sure that every visitor or colleague can count on a warm welcome at Extremis. By keeping our buildings pico bello in order and by your positive radiance it is a pleasure for everyone to be at our office.

Your tasks include:

  • Welcoming visitors, professional or personal, and helping them find their way around our site
  • Translating hospitality into everything you see: Maintaining overall cleanliness and order, tending plants, controlling music and temperature, etc.
  • Maintaining, restocking and cleaning the coffee corner, desks, toilets and kitchen
  • Administrative tasks such as coordinating the window cleaning company, placing orders, maintaining mail
  • Helping with preparations and serving for events or lunches



  • Flexible and have no problem jumping in at events
  • A man or woman of action. You notice what needs to be done and are solution oriented
  • Positive, helpful and enthusiastic. You like to help people with a smile on your face
  • Neat and precise. You like to clean and keep everything tidy and spotless



  • A full-time contract with competitive remuneration
  • Meal vouchers
  • Group insurance & hospitalization insurance
  • Quiet, low-traffic location and increased commuting compensation
  • Unique work environment with various amenities (fruit basket, fresh soup in winter, etc.)



Does this sound like a match made in heaven? Send your CV to or upload it here. We will contact you as soon as possible!


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