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Houseperson

posted March 18, 2017

Hotel Indigo Tuscaloosa Riverfront Village
Tuscaloosa, AL
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About This Job

Helpful by nature, with a watchful eye, you’re happiest in motion. Upon arrival, you scan the area to see what needs attending. You enjoy tidying up and making sure everything’s in its place. You pitch in to help housekeeping with heavy lifting and attend to guest needs. And you love saving the day when you find that missing treasure, whether expensive valuable or precious sentiment. If you’re ready for a change and want to make a difference, consider an opportunity with Interstate, as Houseperson.

As Houseperson, you will

  • Make rounds through the halls each shift to ensure public areas are clean and tidy, taking care to remove or replace anything out of order.
  • Coordinate and help housekeeping with heavy lifting and priority requests.
  • Use your watchfulness to report missing or found articles and any sign of damage or needed repair.
  • Be graciously attentive to guests, answering questions and getting additional help when it’s needed.

Fundamentals

Prior housekeeping experience is helpful. The ability to communicate effectively in Basic English is required. The ability to operate a vacuum, floor buffer, carpet cleaner and pressure washer is expected. 

Interstate Hotels & Resorts is an EEO/AA/Minorities/Female/Disabled/Veterans Employer. Click here and here to navigate to the “EEO is the Law” poster and supplement.

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About This Employer

Hotel Indigo Tuscaloosa Riverfront Village

111 Greensboro Avenue

Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

91 Room Hotel

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The 91-room hotel is expected to cost between $17 million and $20 million. It’s being built adjacent to the $42 million Riverfront Village student housing complex.

It will have approximately 680-880 square feet of executive meeting space, a fitness center, a business center and a 2,500-square-foot outdoor terrace with bar service and innovative light fare. There are views of the Black Warrior River and the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater.

When complete, the Hotel Indigo will be the third hotel completed in downtown Tuscaloosa within an approximately 18-month span.