posted May 24, 2019SpringHill Suites Pittsburgh Monroeville
People who personify our drive to exceed guest expectations, thrive on diversity and are anxious for an exciting career - Welcome! Opportunity abounds here!
As a Guest Service Representative, you will fill a pivotal role in ensuring guest satisfaction through check in, check out and attentive coordination of hotel services for each guest. You will be focused on optimizing each guest’s experience by promoting hotel services, facilities and outlets and providing information of upcoming events/functions in the hotel and surrounding areas.
Note: Other duties as assigned by supervisor or management
*Specific plans for specific positions
SpringHill Suites Pittsburgh Monroeville is conveniently located off of Interstate 376 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike, offers stylish studio suites with 25 percent more space than a standard hotel room. Each suite is equipped with a mini-refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and 37-inch LCD television. For business travelers, a work desk and ergonomic chair provide the perfect work atmosphere, along with free high-speed Internet connections to enable guests to work in the privacy of their own suite. Guests can start their day off right with our complimentary breakfast buffet. A short drive can take travelers to many destinations, whether they are here on business with Philips, Alcoa, UPMC or many other local companies, or for pleasure and would like to shop at the Monroeville Mall, enjoy some thrill rides at Kennywood Park, splash away the day at Sandcastle Water Park or enjoy nature's animals at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium. Work or play, the SpringHill Suites Pittsburgh Monroeville is the best choice to stay.
At Aimbridge Hospitality, bigger really is better! Now is a great time to join Aimbridge, the largest hotel management company in North America. Currently with approximately 30,000 Associates and a diverse portfolio of more than 800 hotels and resorts, we are continuing to grow and expand! Scale means opportunity, and here’s what that looks like at Aimbridge: