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Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
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Zip Code: 92118
Industry: All
Employer: The Hotel del Coronado
Job Tracking ID: 1384115692
Job Description:
Projects professionalism and a positive attitude while efficiently and courteously assisting our Beach Village guests. Must be able to handle and process guests' requests and exceed their expectations while providing them with personalized services and accurate information.

1. Minimum two years of hospitality experience required.
2. Excellent verbal, written, computer, directional, organizational, problem solving, and follow through skills. Able to work well under pressure.
3. Interest in and knowledge of the San Diego area and cultural activities.
4. Must be friendly, outgoing, self-motivated, attentive to detail and capable of prioritizing and handling multiple tasks and responsibilities.

1. Handle the pre-planning of the Beach Village experience for all scheduled Beach Village arrivals.
2. Coordinate and confirm verbally and via itinerary the guest arrival schedule and all planned activities for each Beach Village guests in advance of arrival.
3. Handle the arrival, hotel orientation and departure of all Beach Village guests.
4. Check guests in/out of hotel using hotel computer system.
5. Book future hotel or Beach Village reservations for guests.
6. Respond to all guests' requests; make suggestions and arrangements to enhance the overall guest experience.
7. Make it happen -- act as a conduit between the Beach Village guests and all operating departments to "get it done, whatever it is."
8. Make dining and other reservations for Beach Village guests and follow through with corresponding departments to ensure execution of task.
9. Maintain the cleanliness and neatness of your working area.
10. Check daily information board to prepare for arrivals and special requests.
11. Adhere to department and hotel procedures and policies
12. Provide assistance to all hotel departments as required.
13. Adhere to guidelines established in the Hotel del Coronado Associate Handbook.
14. Perform additional tasks as requested by members of the leadership team.

QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty described herein satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: TBD

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