Jobs in Hotel | Part Time Accountant Careers Jobs

Full Time, Part Time
New York

Accountable for overall success of the daily kitchen operations. Exhibits culinary talents by personally performing tasks while leading the staff and managing all food related functions. Works to continually improve guest and employee satisfaction while maintaining the operating budget. Supervises all kitchen areas to ensure a consistent, high quality product is produced. Responsible for guiding...

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Full Time, Part Time
New York

The responibilites of the Receptionist will include (but not limited to) the following: Answer Phone Calls Make Out-going phone calls\ Check-in Clients Data Entry Provide information to customer regarding services and products-including the sales of products and services Working in the Hotel is required to ensure full company operations are understood The responsibilities of the...

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Full Time, Part Time
New York

Responsibilities: • Work with the Housekeeping Dept. to perform General Clean / Preventive Maintenance Program • Perform daily mechanical and safety inspections and routine cleaning and maintenance. • Perform daily scheduled and non-scheduled work requests and maintenance projects. • Respond to all emergency and alarm situations. • Responsible for the operation of various hand and...

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Full Time, Part Time
New York

PrideStaff is partnering with a hotel in Laurel, MS in their search for a hotel maintenance worker. This person will be responsible for repairing and maintaining the interior and exterior of the hotel while following Company standards for quality, cleanliness, guest satisfaction, and safety and security. Other key duties include: Perform routine maintenance such as...

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Full Time, Part Time
New York

Operate and monitor washing, dry cleaning, and drying machinery, including adding chemicals and cleaning lint traps. Identify stained or damaged items and determine status for repair, spot treatment, rewash, or discard. Inspect cleanliness of articles removed from the washer, dryer, or dry cleaning machines and place in clean linen carts. Set dryers to designated times...

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Full Time, Part Time
New York

A hotel driver, also called a shuttle driver, drives a limousine, van or small bus to collect and deliver hotel guests to and from the airport. The hotel driver also is responsible for transporting guests to tourist areas, such as the beach or other destinations and provides information on the local area. He projects an...

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Full Time, Part Time
New York

The hotel manager is usually where the “buck stops.” He or she is ultimately in charge of all aspects of the running of the hotel. If the hotel is getting fewer guest visits, the manager will need to explain what caused this drop and have a plan in place to recover the income. He or...

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Full Time, Part Time
New York

The assistant manager performs administrative work for the manager, overseeing a lot of the operations and also compiling and preparing a lot of the reports and budgets the hotel uses. This gives the assistant manager a solid foundation so that he or she can become a manager.

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Full Time, Part Time
New York

Many hotels have conference rooms, ballrooms, dining halls, or other spaces that they rent out to businesses and individuals for events such as weddings, seminars, and similar occasions. The planner works with a representative from the company or the individual to make sure that everything is in place for the event. Some hotels charge extra...

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Full Time, Part Time
New York

Purchasing employees look at the usage of items used for running the hotel and make sure there are plenty of those items in stock to meet guests’ needs. They key to successful purchasing is to have enough stock that you won’t run out, but not so much that it is costly to the organization.

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