posted September 5, 2019Odessa Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
NEW BUILDING - NEW OPPORTUNITY
As the Housekeeping Manager, you will fill a key leadership role with an industry-recognized leader in hospitality management services. As the appearance and cleanliness of the hotel is paramount to all guests, you will ensure that the housekeeping and laundry divisions meet the highest standards of quality and efficiency. The manager of this dynamic team ensures that hotel guest rooms, public spaces, and other areas of the hotels are immaculately clean, organized, and sanitary and reports directly to the General Manager.
Note: Other duties as assigned by supervisor or management
*Specific plans for specific positions
The brand-new Odessa Marriott Hotel & Conference Center is poised to become the new focal point of Downtown Odessa. Inspired by the rich oil and mineral history and taking a cue from the Odessan landscape, the interior design combines natural woods with elegant stone elements creating a dramatic and sophisticated look. This Ruggedly refined Hotel is a stylish modern Western dreamscape offering world-class accommodations and an expansive conference center built for discerning business and leisure travelers alike. Those “In The Know” see Odessa as one of the fastest growing cities in Texas and is located in the heart of the oil country. It is home to The University Of Texas Permian Basin and Odessa College as well as the Odessa Regional Medical Center and the Medical Center Health System. Our city is unique in the amenities and customer service it provides to our West Texas visitors. Odessa perfectly blends corporate, healthcare and energy with the ambiance of a small town and BIG Texas Hospitality.
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: