The Conference Set-Up House person is responsible to set up all event/meeting rooms according to specifications. Essential Job Functions include but are not limited to: • Maintain all meeting rooms and adjoining public spaces in excellent condition at all times. • Report all maintenance needs and damages to Manager/Engineering department for immediate repair. • Follow daily work sheets and checklists through to completion. • Maintain office area, storerooms, equipment, and work carts in excellent condition at all times. • Set up and break down for banquet functions as needed including moving tables, setting tables and chairs, staging and portable stairs, podiums, buffet set-up, bar set-up, etc. • Set up and break down a variety of rooms in various styles and shapes. • Follows Banquet Event Orders with strong attention to detail • Maintains a strong knowledge of various types of set-up • Assists the A/V team with setting up equipment • Assists with transporting food/beverages to event location • Attends appropriate department meetings • Set out water, glasses, stationery, office supplies, and candies in rooms. • Refresh rooms as needed through a variety of tasks including vacuuming, removing dirty dishes, and changing water. • Return dirty dishes to the dishwashing area. • Prepare carts with supplies needed for set-up or refreshment of rooms. • Always maintains a professional demeanor and attitude • Communicates all pertinent information to the set-up team • Maintains constant awareness of safety issues, (i.e. broken glass, frayed electrical cords, leaks, broken locks and suspicious persons). Reports all safety incidents to the on-duty supervisor. • Ensures proper handling, cleaning and sanitation of equipment, china, glass and silver. • Follows through on lost and found procedures. No articles shall be removed from occupied rooms. Absolute respect for guest property should always be exercised. • Report any needed repairs immediately to supervisor (such as leaky faucets or toilets, loose tile, broken window panes, missing nuts or screws, etc.).