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LaQuinta Inn & Suites - Runnemede, NJ - Houseperson/Banquet Houseperson

HP Hotels is offering a great opportunity to join a national, award-winning hotel development and management company as a Breakfast Attendant at LaQuinta Inn & Suites Runnemede!

LaQuinta Inn & Suites Runnemede is ideal for travelers looking for a Runnemede New Jersey hotel near Philadelphia, Cherry Hill or Mt. Laurel.  The newly renovated, 100 % nonsmoking hotel is a supreme choice for travelers. Efficient access to the New Jersey Turnpike, the North-South Freeway, North White Horse Pike and SR 168, makes it easy to navigate between New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

We offer competitive pay rates, employee hotel discounts, and the opportunity to enroll in medical, dental and critical care insurance.

We require the successful completion of our drug screen and background check pre-employment process.

This is our Mission:

“We are committed to earning our guests' loyalty by creating the

greatest customer experience through our passion for hospitality”.  

We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team as our full-time and part-tim Breakfast Attendants. Our Team is committed to delivering quality and value to our guests.  

Solid History of Reliable Attendance Required.  

HP Hotels is offering a great opportunity to join a growing hotel development and management company as a Houseperson/Banquet Houseperson for the La Quinta Inn & Suites, Runnemede, NJ.

We are currently seeking highly motivated individuals to join our team as a Banquet Houseman.

  • Approach all encounters with guests and employees in an attentive, friendly, courteous and service-oriented manner.
  • Maintain regular attendance in compliance with standards, as required by scheduling, which will vary according to the needs of the hotel.
  • Maintain high standards of personal appearance and grooming, which include wearing the proper uniform and nametag when working.
  • Comply at all times with service standards and regulations to encourage safe and efficient hotel operations.
  • 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.
  • Approach all encounters with guests and employees in a friendly, service- oriented manner.
  • Maintain regular attendance in compliance with standards, as required by scheduling, which will vary according to the needs of the hotel.
  • Maintain high standards of personal appearance and grooming, which include wearing the proper uniform and nametag when working.
  • Comply at all times with service standards and regulations to encourage safe and efficient hotel operations.
  • 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.
  • Ensure the correct and timely setup of all Banquet Event Order functions.
  • Maintain the high standards of cleanliness and sanitation throughout the banquet function space, pre-function space, and storage areas to include the carpet, walls, walks, doors, windows, heating/air-conditioning units, etc.
  • Maintain the banquet storeroom in a neat and organized manner stocked with any and all appropriate supplies necessary for meetings or food service functions.
  • Be familiar with fire exit and extinguisher location, and follow all hotel safety rules.
  • Breakdown after the completion of functions and ensure that all equipment and supplies are stored properly.
  • Transport and store tables, chairs, and other equipment.
  • Refresh meetings rooms as needed.
  • Notify management of any hazards.
  • Handle items for “Lost and Found” according to the standards.
  • Attend training as required by management.
  • Perform other duties as requested by management.

REPORTS TO: General Manager

SAFETY STATEMENT:
As an employee, it is your responsibility to be aware of and report any and all safety hazards or violations you may see or witness in the course of performing your required duties.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS
Employees must meet these minimum requirements:

Educational Skills
Type of Education: High School
Level of Education: Grade 12
Job Experience
Apprenticeship Program: None
Level of Experience: 1 year min

Communication Skills:
Speak English
Read English
Write English

Business Mechanical Skills:
Calculator

Physical Activities and Requirements:
Normal Work Position
Standing and walking 100% of the time
Lifting, Bending
Minimum Weight Employee must be able to lift: 50 pounds

Working Conditions:
Hot, Dirty at times - Hazardous materials - work alone and may be present with others

Responsibilities:
Care of Equipment: FREQUENT
Safety of Others: FREQUENT
Guest Contact: FREQUENT
Confidential Data: OCCASIONALLY
Decision Making: FREQUENT
Acts in Supervisory Capacity: FREQUENT

EOE

 

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