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Guest Services

Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
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Zip Code: 92123
Industry: All
Employer: Optimum Health Institute
Job Tracking ID: 1378163942
Job Description:

Guest Services Associate at the Optimum Health Institute of San Diego
$$14.36-$17.95/hr

As a Guest Services Associate , you're the essence of a guest's experience at Optimum Health Institute . You make a difference in people's lives through providing your service in a God-centered, smoke-free, drug-free spiritual environment. You'll be the face of OHI as a Guest Services Associate. OHI associates work in an environment that demands exceptional performance yet reaps great rewards. If you've worked in customer service in hospitality, holistic healthcare or a call center environment or have an interest in expanding your career in customer service in the holistic services, we'd love to hear from you!

Candidates We Embrace:
  • You're compassionate and you love being of service to others.
  • You have an outgoing personality, enjoy engaging and building relationships with new people.
  • You have experience in providing excellent customer service and are passionate about creating a positive experience for those you come in contact with.
  • You're an enthusiastic professional with a great sense of humor who enjoys life and are grateful for the life's lessons you have learned.
  • You're a great listener, you seek first to understand.
  • You're a confident team player who thinks quick on your feet and able to stay calm under pressure.
  • You available to work a flexible work schedule: all 5 shifts with a differing schedule each week, including weekends, evenings and holidays, planned 4 weeks in advance.
  • You're a student of life-long learning and excited about the opportunity of growing and learning in a positive environment.

An Opportunity You'll Love:
  • Attending the OHI program as part of your training and benefits.
  • Sharing your knowledge of the OHI Holistic Body-Mind-Spirit program to guests, adherents and inquirers.
  • Supporting our in-house guests while listening and providing exemplary customer service.
  • Making reservations, store sales and providing product knowledge of items in the store for at-home care and follow-up for guests who continue their healing journey, using what they have learned from the OHI program once they return home.
  • Being part of an organization whose purpose is to serve as a change agent for humankind by improving the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of everyone we touch.

The health and well being of our employees and their families is very important to us. That is why we provide our employees and their families with many benefits after 90 days of employment. These include:
  • Affordable HMO, PPO and HSA (Health Spending Account) plans.
  • Employee life insurance paid for by us
  • Paid Time off (8 days your first year)
  • 30% discounts in our on-site health store
  • Cal Perks benefits (discounts on amusement parks, restaurants and other activities)


Position Requirements:
  • Minimum 2 years providing customer service in customer care environments such as (hospitality, holistic healthcare, retail, ministry, education etc) or 2 years experience providing customer service in a call center environment.
  • Minimum 2 years extensive customer service experience relating to educating clients in product support and/or product knowledge.
  • Must have phone experience.
  • Intermediate level proficiency with MS Office.
  • Experience working on computers in enterprise level reporting system(s).
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Associates degree or equivalent from a 2 year college or technical school.
If you have a calling, passion and commitment to making a difference in the lives of others and want to join our family of leaders, we want to hear from you!



Apply Today!
1. apply online for the Guest Services Associate position online at Optimumhealth.org

2. Apply in person at:
Free Sacred Trinity Church
9665 Granite Ridge Dr. Suite 310
San Diego, CA 92123

Please NO PHONE CALLS

The Optimum Health Institute of San Diego is a closed campus and will not be taking any walk-in applicants at that location. ALL WALK IN APPLICANTS MUST APPLY AT THE ADDRESS LISTED ABOVE


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Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: $14.36-$17.95/hr plus benefits

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