Entertainment IndustryJob Opening for Hotel Bell Person with Previous Experience in Watermark Baton Rouge (Baton Rouge, LA 70801)



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Job Category : Entertainment Industry
Company Name: Watermark Baton Rouge
Position Name: Hotel Bell Person with Previous Experience
Location : Baton Rouge, LA 70801
Job Description : The Watermark Baton Rouge, located beautiful downtown, is looking for a part-time Bell Person, who would report to the Front Office Manager. The Bell Person is responsible for providing attentive, courteous, and efficient luggage assistance to all guests during check-in, throughout their stay, and at checkout. For this position, a high school diploma is required and experience in a hotel or related field is preferred.Education & Experience: High School diploma or equivalent is requiredExperience in a hotel or related field is preferred.Some of the essential functions of the position include: Escorting hotel guests to rooms and assisting with luggage to and from guestrooms.Maintaining high standards of personal appearance and grooming when working.Maintain a warm and friendly demeanor at all times.Employees must at all times be attentive, friendly, helpful, and courteous to all guests, managers, and fellow employees.Establish and maintain good communications and team work with fellow employees and other departments within the hotel. Answer guest inquires about hotel services, facilities and hours of operation in a timely manner. Offers information pertaining to available services and facilities of hotel, points of interest and entertainment attractions.Why join our team?In addition to excellent working conditions and competitive pay, the Watermark Baton Rouge offers a complete range of benefits to eligible team members.Medical, dental and vision benefits.Life Insurance.Short-term and Long-term disability.Team Member Assistance Plan.Discounted Rooms Programs.Paid Holidays.Paid Vacation & Sick Time.401(k) Retirement Savings Plan.The Watermark Baton Rouge is Exactly Like Nothing Else!Our one of a kind hotel is a part of the Marriott’s Autograph Collection and boasts of a historic classic design both inside and out. Built as Baton Rouge’s first “skyscraper” in the 1927, our iconic building started out as the headquarters for Louisiana Trust & Savings Bank. After more than 50 years serving as a banking institution, our landmark continues to be informally called the Old Louisiana National Bank building. The original architecture was Art Deco, but there are intriguing elements of Greek Revival design also present, making this one of the most eclectic and interesting structures in downtown Baton Rouge. Murals painted by celebrated New Orleans artist, Angela Gregory, have been painstakingly preserved and adorn the ceilings of our magnificent lobby and restaurant. Carved marble walls and a grand staircase lead down to the original bank vaults that held the treasures of Baton Rouge’s elite. Towering above downtown overlooking the Mississippi River, Watermark Baton Rouge Hotel stands as a tribute to the city’s history and elegance. Stunningly preserved, our beautiful public spaces and restaurants blend references of the 20’s through the 60’s with modern design.EOE/AA/M/F/D/VEP Watermark BR, LLC does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other protected characteristic protected by law.*This employer participates in E-Verify*Job Type: Part-timePay: From $10.00 per hourBenefits:401(k)Schedule:HolidaysMonday to FridayWeekend availabilitySupplemental Pay:TipsApplication Question(s):Were you referred by a current employee? If so, please give us their name.Education:High school or equivalent (Required)Experience:Hotel: 1 year (Required)Work Location: One location

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