Valet Greeter Chattanooga, TN

Valet Greeter

Full Time • Chattanooga, TN

Valet-Greeter greets and provides valet parking to arriving hotel guests, assist with luggage, and provides transportation for hotel guests in a safe, timely, and courteous fashion.  Valet/Greeter drives guest and company automobiles in a safe manner adhering to Brand Standards and the local traffic laws. Valet/Greeter may also run official hotel errands as requested by management. Specifically, you will be responsible for performing the following tasks to the highest standards.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Complete all required brand specific training
  • Complete all required Vision University training
  • Complete all required health and safety training
  • Adhere to all Vision Hospitality Group, Inc. and property specific brand standards
  • Perform any other duties as requested by management to aid in better operation of the hotel and service to the guests
  • Provide personalized, friendly service to every guest and associate
  • Greet hotel guests upon arrival at the hotel
  • Have a valid driver’s license
  • Valet Park hotel guest automobiles with respect, courtesy and care
  • Obey ALL traffic laws
  • Recognize and correct conditions which may create security, fire, or accident hazards
  • Run official hotel errands
  • Carry luggage
  • Clean and maintain company automobile
  • Clean hotel parking lot
  • Have knowledge of laundry and valet services provided by the hotel
  • Have good knowledge of the local area, restaurants, and attractions
  • Be responsible for messages, packages, and delivery of other items
  • Handle guests’ inquiries and special requests within company guidelines
  • Can drive both manual and automatic transmission vehicles

 

Necessary Skills:

  • Keep confidential the business functions of the company including, but not limited to, financial status, customer/guest information, employee issues, etc.
  • Must be responsible for safety and security of guests, fellow employees and hotel assets
  • Have knowledge of fire alarm system and evacuation procedures
  • Have dependable transportation available
  • Able to communicate effectively in writing, verbally, and in person
  • Able to work a flexible schedule. We are a 24/7 business which may require work availability of nights, weekends, and holidays
  • Is organized, honest, works well with others, and has an outgoing personality
  • Maintain a clean and attractive work area, uniform, and person
  • Able to work with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds

 

Physical Requirements:

  • Be able to bend, reach, kneel, push, and stretch and lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds
  • Can stand/walk on feet for 8 hours and work in a restrictive space/environment
  • Must have eyesight enabling vision both near and far
  • Must be comfortable using a step stool or ladder
  • Must be able to use/lift arms for up to 8 hours
  • Must be able to work in extreme conditions such as heat, cold and stress
  • Have finger dexterity for operating equipment
  • Must speak in a clear, understandable voice, hear at a basic level, and understand English
  • Must be able to write

 

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