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Guest service front desk representative/night auditor

Company Name:
Black Bear Casino Resort
GUEST SERVICE FRONT DESK REPRESENTATIVE/NIGHT AUDITOR
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
FRONT DESK REPRESENTATIVE:
Strong customer service and hospitality skills are required. Basic computer knowledge including, posting, telephone, and reservation equipment. Ability to communicate effectively is required. Attention to detail and accuracy is required. Cash handling skills are required. Basic knowledge of accounting/bookkeeping systems is required. Knowledge of local hospitality industry is desired. Subject to pre-employment and annual background check. Subject to pre-employment, post accident, return to duty, follow up, and random drug testing.
NIGHT AUDITOR:
Knowledge of basic accounting principles is required. Attention to detail and accuracy is required. Ability to work with little supervision is required. Ability to communicate effectively is required. Ability to work well with people is required. Strong customer service and hospitality skills are required. Knowledge of ten key, telephone and reservation systems is desired. Subject to pre-employment and annual background checks. Subject to pre-employment, post accident, return to duty, follow up, and random drug testing.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
FRONT DESK REPRESENTATIVE:
Continuous standing, speaking, and listening are required. Environmental conditions, including working in a smoking environment.
NIGHT AUDITOR:
Normal physical requirements with some prolonged standing required. Subject to inside environmental conditions, including work in a smoking environment.
HOURS: Shift work. Shift to be determined at time of hire.
TO APPLY: Complete transfer request or application and submit to:
Human Resource Department
Second Floor, Black Bear Hotel
1789 Hwy. 210, Carlton, MN 55718
Contact Person: Kelly Brennan, Phone
Opening Date: November 7, 2014 Salary: TBD
Closing Date: November 14, 2014 PT Position AvailableNATIVE AMERICAN PREFERENCE
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