Greet, register, establish necessary credit for and issue keys appropriately to guests.
Answer telephones/PBX with proper telephone etiquette and direct calls accordingly.
Receive guest requests and/or complaints and ensure that appropriate actions have been taken.
Answer inquiries pertaining to the resort's amenities, services, policies, area attractions, dining, and directions.
Communicate with other departments as needed via telephone and two-way radio.
Completed check-out procedures, computes bills, collects payment and makes change for guests as required.
Make, confirm and cancel reservations for guests or answer a variety of questions for guests pertaining to their reservations.
Balance all cash receipts and work performed during shift and performs a bucket check on shift.
Distributes guest and staff mail and messages as necessary.
Post charges for faxes, copies or laundry or charges from the food, beverage or convenience store outlets.
High School diploma or equivalent.
At least one year of front desk experience in a hospitality/hotel environment.
Basic office skills helpful including basic math, proper cash handling procedures.
Reservation software or proven aptitude and familiarity with computers and computer software in general.
Must maintain a professional appearance and a cordial attitude towards all guests and staff.
Able to handle the stress of high customer demand in a hospitality environment.
Must be people oriented and able to work independently or with others as needed.
Must be able to easily and frequently change from one activity to another while operating a switchboard or computer keyboard.
WVO is a drug-free workplace and requires a background check and drug test prior to employment.
United States of America-Utah-Saint George
Worldmark by Wyndham
Jan 30, 2012
Wyndham Worldwide - 2 years ago