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Front Desk Agent
Hotel Talent NYCNew York, NY
As a Front Desk Agent, you will: Provide that critical first impression to our guests and have a natural passion for delivering exceptional service.
Full-time
Last updated 14 days ago
Calling all Hotel Talent!
Hotel Talent NYCNew York, NY
Join us for Hotel Talent NYC CASTING CALL that will include a series of speed interviews that will enable of General Manager and hotel management teams to get to know you better and potentially even hire you on the spot!
Full-time
Last updated 16 days ago
Housekeeping Supervisor
Hotel Talent NYCNew York, NY
Associated topics: guest room attendant, hotel, house, houseperson, maid, maintenance, planchadores tintoreria y lavanderia, resort, servidor de lavanderfa, suite attendant
Last updated 30+ days ago
Night Auditor
Hotel Talent NYCNew York, NY
Ensure all aspects of hotel accounting for all areas of hotel operations are processed correctly and accurately recorded, protecting the brand and asset against liability and fraud.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Hotel Talent NYC: Engineer
Hotel Talent NYCNew York, NY
Change out light bulbs; perform preventative maintenance for guest rooms to include: vinyl repair touch up paint minor furniture repair tub caulking tile repairs etc.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Engineer
Hotel Talent NYCNew York City, NY
Change out light bulbs; perform preventative maintenance for guest rooms to include: vinyl repair touch up paint minor furniture repair tub caulking tile repairs etc.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Security
Hotel Talent NYCNew York City, NY
While this document describes the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job, we encourage and expect our team to go above and beyond the minimum standards at all times to show concern and care for the guest, co-workers, and managers.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Calling all Hotel Talent!
Hotel Talent NYCNew York City, NY
Join us for Hotel Talent NYC CASTING CALL that will include a series of speed interviews that will enable of General Manager and hotel management teams to get to know you better and potentially even hire you on the spot!
Last updated 30+ days ago
Hotel Maintenance Engineer
Hotel Talent NYCNew York City, NY
Change out light bulbs; perform preventative maintenance for guest rooms to include: vinyl repair touch up paint minor furniture repair tub caulking tile repairs etc.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Night Auditor
Hotel Talent NYCNew York City, NY
As Night Auditor, you willEnsure all aspects of hotel accounting for all areas of hotel operations are processed correctly and accurately recorded, protecting the brand and asset against liability and fraud.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Engineer
Hotel Talent NYCNew York, NY
Change out light bulbs; perform preventative maintenance for guest rooms to include: vinyl repair touch up paint minor furniture repair tub caulking tile repairs etc.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Breakfast Attendant
Hotel Talent NYCNew York, NY
Associated topics: cocinero de la parrilla, commercial kitchen, cutter, diner, dinner, food prep, fryer, line cook, maker, prep cook
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
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