We have positions available in the following categories:
The Housekeeping staff prepares previously occupied rooms for the next guests. Each room must have a presentation that is clean and welcoming with a pleasant and healthy environment. Housekeeping staff positions are best suited for people who are self-motivated, detail-oriented, efficient, and physically able.
Janitorial staff is responsible for the tidinessness and cleanliness ‘outside the threshold’, for cleaning common areas and keeping them neat and tidy. Janitorial removes debris, vacuums and buffs floors, shampoos carpets, washes walls and glass, cleans public bathrooms, and empties trash receptacles.
A Floor Care Technician is responsible for the cleaning and maintenance of all types of floor surfaces. The technician must have or develop a working knowledge of methods to clean and maintain various floor surfaces, such as tile, carpet, and laminates, and of the equipment used for cleaning each surface.
The Laundry staff sorts, washes, dries, and folds linens, then prepares the linen for delivery to rooms or for inventory. At some resort hotels, attendants provide laundry service on clothing for guests. Laundry positions are especially suited for people who enjoy a routine.
The Food & Beverage staff prepares the food and creates an enjoyable dining atmosphere for the guest. The kitchen must be clean, efficient, and code compliant. Positions range from table busser to executive chef. Some of the positions require a specific degree or specialized training.
The Maintenance staff repairs and maintains the facility. Staff must be responsive to requests by guests and to alerts from housekeeping, as well as attend to regular maintenance on facility equipment. Some positions require certification in electrical repair, plumbing, or HVAC maintenance.
The Groundskeeping staff maintains the resort grounds for appearance and functionality with a special emphasis on the areas where guests enter the property and the building. Groundskeeping is especially appealing for those who enjoy physical work outdoors. Some positions require certification.
Hospitality managers lead their staff with a sense of purpose and dedication. They are expected to motivate their staff toward delivering quality work with a sense of urgency and to create a positive work environment. Management positions typically require experience and education, either a degree or special certification.