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Responsible for the management of all aspects and functions of the bar outlets, in accordance with hotel standards. Directs, implements and maintains a service and management philosophy which serves as a guide to respective staff.
The Catering Sales Manager is responsible for soliciting new catering accounts, entertaining and sustaining relationships with existing accounts to meet and/or exceed revenue goals. They must have a strong knowledge of weddings and understand the importance of prospecting.
The Doorperson is responsible for welcoming guests in an attentive, courteous and efficient manner and providing the guest with a positive first impression. They are also responsible for providing assistance into and out of the hotel as well as assisting with transportation needs.
The Lead Front Desk Agent is responsible for providing attentive, courteous and efficient service to all guests during check-in, throughout their stay, and at checkout, while maximizing room revenue and occupancy.
The Bartender is responsible for the complete set up of the bar area and the mixing of drinks for all guests and servers. Need to maintain the service and cleanliness of the bar area, ensuring quality service, guest satisfaction and control over liquor inventory.
The 2nd Cook is responsible for preparing all food items, based on standardized recipes, for the Restaurants, Market, Employee Cafeteria and Banquets, while maintaining the highest standards to produce an appealing and appetizing product.
The Cocktail Server is expected to provide timely, courteous service with guest satisfaction as the primary goal. They are responsible for promotion of specials and up selling.
The Restaurant Manager is responsible for coordinating, supervising and directing all aspects of one F&B outlet’s operations, while maintaining a profitable F&B outlet and high quality products and service levels. They are expected to market ideas to promote business; reduce employee turnover; main
The Server is responsible for ensuring the prompt recognition and seating of all guests in outlet as assigned and as well as providing the highest quality of service to guests in an attentive, courteous, and efficient manner. They are also responsible for receiving and delivering guests orders and c
The Front Office Agent is responsible for providing attentive, courteous and efficient service to all guests during check-in, throughout their stay, and at checkout, while maximizing room revenue and occupancy.