Front Desk Agent
Princeton, New Jersey, United States

Job Summary

Occupation Customer Service
Specialty Help Desk Analyst
Location 08060, Mount Holly, New Jersey, United States
Visa Sponsorship No

Job Description

Last Update: 1/11/24
Must have flexible schedule and hotel experience.
We are pleased to share the benefit options that we offer:

Paid Time Off
401K Investment
Referral Bonus
Associate Development Plan Opportunities
Internal Promotion Opportunities
Medical, Dental, Vision, Voluntary Benefits, FSA and HSA Account options available to Full-Time associates
Associate Travel Program Discounts

Front Desk Agent is responsible for assisting guests efficiently, courteously and professionally in all front office related functions according to the standards set forth by management. A high standard of service and hospitality must be maintained at all times. Responsible to guests. Able to work flexible schedule. Reports directly to the Front Desk Supervisor. High school diploma or equivalent preferred. Skills include: typing, computer aptitude. Interpersonal skills, reading, writing, mathematical abilities, including basic math. Physical requirements include: speaking/hearing on the phone, reading/writing/typing, lifting and carrying, reaching overhead, pushing, pulling, bending and able to walk stairs. Moving about, usually while standing up for a significant portion of the workday.
Duties to include, but not limited to:

Registers guests into the hotel in a prompt and courteous manner using up selling techniques to maximize room rates: prepares for group check in and out, and VIP arrivals; becomes informed of events/functions in the hotel during the shift.
Checks guests out of the hotel; processes customer payments according to established policies and procedures.
Responds to guest requests promptly; promotes hotel services, facilities and outlets; provides guests with information such as local attractions and directions to increase guest satisfaction.
Resolves guest complaints to the satisfaction of the customer; informs supervisor of major problems, complaints, disturbances or unhappy guests.
Books guest reservations or coordinates with reservation center.
Handles departmental accounting of moneys, receipts, guest accounts and other forms of credit; posts all charges; completes cashiers report, prepares deposit and counts cashier bank.
Issues, controls and releases guest safe-deposit boxes.