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Valet parking jobs are ideal for professionals who enjoy customerservice and living life in the fast lane, parking and retrieving vehicles at hotels, casinos and restaurants. Whether you're passionate about cars or just want to earn a living that doesn't require sitting behind a desk, you will find numerous valet parking jobs at Hcareers.
Hcareers is a growing job board for valet jobs. Featuring top employers in the industry, Hcareers connects professionals with valet parking jobs every day. Positions available at hotels, casinos and restaurants nationwide often include valet manager and valet supervisor positions as well as valet attendant roles. Entry-level positions are common, and formal education is not required. If you're interested in a valet parking job, you need only possess a valid driver's license and a clean driving record. Parking valets are generally bonded and insured by their employers. Many valet parking jobs are part time, making them ideal for students, retirees and professionals working two jobs.
Valet parking jobs generally fall into three categories: valet parking attendant, valet supervisor and valet manager.Valet parking attendant jobs are usually entry level. Supervisor and manager positions will require previous management experience, preferably in a customer service related industry. Advancement is possible. For example, an attendant may advance to the position of supervisor after several years in the business.
Many hotels employ valet parking professionals. They may do so as a luxury service for their guests or because available parking is limited, such as in urban areas. Some hotel valets may be responsible for carrying in guests bags as well as parking and retrieving their vehicles. Because the hotel industry is growing, valet parking jobs at hotels will also increase. One survey of the industry revealed that hospitality employers expect to increase their staffs, including valet professionals, by an average of 14 percent this year.
Casinos are also a significant source of valet parking jobs. Much like hotels, they may offer valet parking services as a luxury benefit to high rollers and as a convenience for other customers who are willing to pay for the service. The Casino industry is also doing very well, and Spectrum Gaming Group, an independent research company, has predicted expansions in many states. Of course, this growth will lead to an increase in valet parking jobs at these establishments.
Restaurants also employ valet parking attendants, especially those considered high end and others located in urban areas where on and off street parking is limited. Restaurant-industry job growth, according to the National Restaurant Association, has outpaced the national economy for 12 consecutive years and is expected to continue to do so. This means restaurants will continue to seek professionals for valet parking jobs at a healthy pace.
This is all great news for professionals interested in valet parking jobs, whether full time, part time, at a hotel, a casino or a restaurant. Check the Hcareers job board regularly for the best valet parking jobs.