Good for experience, though smaller overall pay at the end
Conference Assistant (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – April 28, 2015
As my very first job at the University I went to, they offered free housing on campus so I could stay. The work consisted mainly of "hotel" objectives such as preparing rooms for guests, answering questions and the phone at the front desks, checking in and out guests, maintenance calls and duties (making damage reports or repairing damages), and taking stock of supplies. Everything was a team effort. The tasks would keep you on your feet almost all day, going up and down high hills and stairs, so having good stamina was important, especially on hot days. The hardest part of the job, while personal, was understanding the 'tone' of the people I worked with. I worked well with them, but most of the time I could not understand what they mean. Overall, it was ok but not sure I would do the job again mainly because the pay was half of what I expected.
Free housing on campus