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Banquet Event Setup Attendant is to provide a consistent, well designed meeting product which focuses on proper meeting table set-ups and proper set-up of various configurations.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNTIONS
•The Banquet Event Setup Attendant is to ensure Banquet Rooms are set-up according to the BEO. •The Banquet Event Setup Attendant will ensure every room is detailed, cleaned and then vacuumed before the scheduled event. •Banquet Event Setup Attendant with lift, push and pull tables, chairs and stages set up for corporate, private events. •The Banquet Event Setup Attendant is to ensure all equipment is in proper working order, free of scratches and spots. •The Banquet Event Setup Attendant is to check for any deficiencies should be reported to Banquet Lead Supervisor. •The Banquet Event Setup Attendant is to move equipment in and out of meeting rooms, as requested per the guest. •The Banquet Event Setup Attendant will ensure meeting rooms are ready for guest arrival 3 hours prior to scheduled start time. •The Banquet Event Setup Attendant will provide excellent customer service. •The Banquet Event Setup Attendant will work closely with Catering & Sales, Banquet Servers, and the Stewarding department for delivery of excellent customer service.
•Minimum one year related experience as a houseman in a similar upscale resort/hotel/club environment preferred, but not required.
• Must be able to speak, read, write and understand the primary language(s) used in the workplace. • Must be able to read and write to facilitate the communication process. • Requires good communication skills, both verbal and written. • Knowledge of appropriate table settings and service ware. • Knowledge of all menu items, prices and general service procedures. • Must possess basic computational ability. • May be required: to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form; to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
•Be physically able to lift, reach, bend and stoop. •Be able to working in a standing position for long periods of time. •Be able to safely lift bags, cases and stacks weighing up to 60 pounds. •Be able to work a hot, cold, wet, humid and loud environment for a long period of time. •Must be willing to work a variety of day/night and weekends.
•Must be able to work effectively in a stressful environment, communicate with others, effectively deal with customers and accept constructive criticism from supervisors. •Must be able to change activity frequently and cope with interruptions.
Salamander is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Drug Free Workplace, and participates in E-Verify.
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Prem DevadasPresidentPrem Devadas, President, is a 25-year veteran of the hospitality industry. After ten years with The Potomac Hotel Group in Washington, D.C., he left the Regional Director of Operations position to manage the lodging portfolio for CCA Industries whose holdings include The Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, VA, The Hermitage Hotel in Nashville, TN and Kiawah Island Resort near Charleston, SC. As Managing Director, he repositioned the Jefferson Hotel and the Hermitage Hotel through extensive renovations, and achieved Mobil Five Star and AAA Five Diamond awards for the respective properties. At Kiawah Island, he directed the development and successful opening in August 2004 of The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island, the new 255-room ultra-luxury hotel, which is hailed as one of the world's best.
Theresa SiloVice President of Human ResourcesTheresa Silo, Vice President of Human Resources, is directly responsible for the human resources departments throughout the Salamander portfolio. A seasoned and respected industry leader, her experience features leadership roles at some of the country’s most decorated properties. Silo spent 14 years at Kiawah Island Golf Resort in two spells, working as both director of human resources and the director of operations at the Kiawah Island Inn. She has also served as the general manager of The Hermitage Hotel in Nashville, TN; director of operations at the Waldorf Towers in New York, NY; and front office manager at The Jefferson Hotel in Richmond, VA.
John SpeersVice President of OperationsJohn Speers, Vice President of Operations, oversees day-to-day operations of the company's hotels and resorts. He brings an exceptional background in luxury and Five Star/Five Diamond operations, having previously served as Senior Vice President overseeing properties such as Chatham Bars Inn and the Inn at Perry Cabin, as well as the Managing Director for The Little Nell Hotel, Residences at Little Nell, and The Aspen Mountain Club. Speers has previously served as General Manager of Faena Hotels in Miami Beach, as Resort Manager of Four Seasons Jackson Hole in Teton Village, WY, and as Director of Food and Beverage at Four Season Chicago. He began his career as an Executive Assistant Manager, Director of Food and Beverage at The Ritz-Carlton Palm Beach in Florida. Prior to joining Ritz Carlton, he was the General Manager of acclaimed restaurant's in San Francisco and New York City.
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