Assistant Rooms ManagerHyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and SpaBastrop, TX
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Job Description

At Hyatt, we believe our guests select Hyatt because of our caring and attentive associates who are focused on providing efficient service and meaningful experiences.

The Assistant Guest Services Manager responsibilities include assisting in the oversight of the guest service department which may include bell, valet and security. This position will also have duties that include staff training, development and scheduling. This is a highly visible role within the hotel and offers the opportunity to provide the highest level of guest satisfaction at Hyatt.

Hyatt associates work in an environment that demands exceptional performance yet reaps great rewards. Whether it's career opportunities, job enrichment or a supportive work environment, if you are ready for this challenge, then we are ready for you.

Job Requirements

  • Ability to stand for long periods of time and walk moderate distances
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including weekends and holidays
  • Proficient in basic computer skills
  • A true desire to satisfy the needs of others in a fast paced environment.
  • Refined verbal and written communication skills
  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • A valid drivers license with a clean driving record is required.
  • Job Details

    Mid level
    Full-time

    About this location

    class:
    Midscale
    room Count:
    251-500
    location Type:
    Resort

    Values

    Creative
    Empathy
    Fun
    Humility
    Respect

    Perks

    401(K)
    401(K) Matching
    Company Discounts
    Dental Benefits
    Disability Insurance
    Family Medical Leave
    Free Daily Meals
    Health Insurance Benefits
    Hotel Discounts
    Job Training
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    Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa
    Discover your #LostPinesMoment at our memorable Texas escape
    located on 405 acres along the banks of the Colorado River between
    Austin and Bastrop. We are excited to welcome you to the show more
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    Address575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road, Lost Pines, TX, 78612 View map
    Property typeHotel 
    classMidscale 
    room Count251-500 
    location TypeResort 

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    EmaniFront DeskBefore enrolling in the hospitality training program at Goodwill Greater Washington, Emani heard about the program while she was a student at the Latin American Youth Center. Emani and her cousin decided to give it a chance and ended up graduating together. Goodwill was not her first job training program. She previously spent six months in a curriculum that would teach both formal classroom-based learning and experiential skills-based training sessions. After she joined Goodwill’s hospitality program, she immediately noticed the difference in the way the programs were administered. Goodwill’s program emphasized experiential learning and making authentic job connections. Their teachers and coaches took an individualized and personal approach to their training and stressed the importance of effective communication. hrough Goodwill’s partnership with the American Hotel and Lodging Association and Hyatt, Emani had an opportunity to explore various roles, career paths, and inner workings of the hospitality industry. She found herself attracted to roles that would allow her to utilize her passion for engaging with people, especially through customer-facing roles. Everyone in the program had an opportunity to shadow at two different hotels to gain real-life work experience. This aspect of the training was incredibly engaging and helped her figure out where she wanted to start my career in hospitality. As part of the job shadowing experience, Emani spent a week at Hyatt House Washington DC / The Wharf, where she worked alongside front desk agents. She experienced firsthand how essential teamwork and communication are in servicing hotel guests. On her last day of shadowing, her supervisor shared that he was also a graduate of the Latin American Youth Center and has since progressed to his current management role. This interaction inspired Emani to pursue a career with Hyatt.
    AyaFrom Al-Salt to Chef, Grand Hyatt AmmanAya’s culinary journey began at the Vocational Training Center in Al-Salt, Jordan in 2007. After seeing several advertisements around her community, Aya quickly became interested in joining the Vocational Training Center. She wanted to take the road less traveled and embark on a journey that was different from the path her friends had chosen. Aya’s family was very understanding and supportive of her decision to join the training program since her brother studied hospitality, they were familiar with what it takes to be a part of the hospitality world. With her family’s blessing, she began her studies in a program that was close to home. At the Vocational Training Center Aya was introduced to the fundamentals of the hospitality industry. She trained on a variety of skills ranging from, the importance of each cutting board’s color and when to use them, to how to interact with guests. She gained a vast amount of knowledge and learned the true meaning of what it takes to work in a hotel. After the education portion of her training program, Aya needed to enroll in a cross-training internship at a four or five-star hotel in the kingdom. Grand Hyatt Amman offered her an opportunity to train in the housekeeping department, where she worked for three months before transitioning to the culinary department. Once her two-year training program was complete, Aya decided to explore an opportunity at a different hotel and took a position as a Commis 2. She quickly learned her new work environment did not compare to what was offered at the Grand Hyatt Amman. So after one year of service, she resigned from the hotel in order to rejoin the Grand Hyatt Amman family as a Commis 2. Within two years she received her first promotion to become a Commis 1. Aya’s hard work, dedication, and love of the hotel industry didn’t stop there! Three years later, she earned herself another promotion as a Demi-Chef de Partie in the Events Kitchen— making her the youngest female Demi Che
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    RiseHY - Inviting Youth to Reach Higher with HyattAt Hyatt, we’re passionate about people and opening doors to new opportunities. True to our company’s purpose – we care for people so they can be their best – we have worked with community-based organizations around the world for decades to help young people rise to their full potential. Now, we’re taking a bigger step: With RiseHY, Hyatt hotels are making a commitment to hire 10,000 Opportunity Youth by 2025.
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