TETON CLUB

Executive Housekeeper


Teton Village, WY 83025
United States

Category
Industry
Hospitality
Manages Others
Yes
Experience Required
Yes
Degree Required
No
Security Clearance Required
No
Employment Type
Employee
Work Schedule
Full-Time
Travel
No Travel

Job Description

 

TETON CLUB

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EXECUTIVE HOUSEKEEPER

The Teton Club is looking for an executive housekeeper to manage the housekeeping department. The successful candidate will have an accomplished record of supervisory experience in the housekeeping department of hospitality properties.

The Executive Housekeeper is a member of the management team and must be dependable and highly ethical in their job duties. He/She will perform his/her duties thoroughly while paying attention to details. This individual will exercise self-control when dealing with difficult people or situations. He/She must work well in the capacity of a leader and have no issue taking charge of any situation. This will be an honest and ethical individual who takes pride in their job performance and the reputation of the Teton Club.

Job Requirements
• Effective bilingual (English and Spanish) speaking and communications
• Proficient in current computer technology including Excel, Word and other hospitality programs
• Leads employees by setting the example of being passionate about service to all members/guests.
• Responds to issues with a positive attitude and resolve issues in a timely and effective manner.
• Communicates in a friendly and articulate manner to build rapport with members/guests and co- workers.
• Works to encourage staff to consider themselves a team.
• Presents ideas and information in a clear and concise manner.
• Responds to upset members/guests or employees with compassion, using good listening skills in order to thoroughly understand the problem before trying to identify solutions.
• Expresses reactions and opinions without intimidating others.
• Demonstrates personal initiative and independent motivation to achieve goals.
• Delegates responsibilities to employees in ways that develop and enhance their skills.
• Evaluates employees fairly and without bias or personal prejudice.
• Follows procedures pertaining to disciplining, counseling, documenting or suspending employees and informing upper management of these actions.