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Corporate Reservations Advisor 
-Pay Rate $16.50/hr.- Monday - Friday 8:30am-5pm

Benefits available after 30 days of employment Benefits include Health Care benefits, 401k, paid time off, most major US holidays off, and work incentive programs.Group volunteer opportunities 1-2 times per year.) 

Position Description:
Corporate Reservations Advisor team seeking a positive, hospitality-minded professional who enjoys high level of service in a fast-paced environment to become part of our fantastic team and expanding operation. 

Our Reservations Advisors are responsible for accommodating meeting and event requests in our conference centers around the world. Advising strategies and creativity are key skills needed to help our clients reach their meeting goals.

Key duties include client interaction, answering phones, emails, meeting input, catering and audio visual requests.

Position Requirements:

Minimum 2-3 years hospitality experience in a hotel or hospitality environment.

Passion for the hospitality industry, teamwork, and focus on high level client service. 
 
Detail-oriented position for professionals who enjoy helping people and communicate eloquently in a team, and corporate environment.    

Please email resumes to: SLC-FLIK-Management@ny.email.gs.com 

http://www.flikccm.compass-usa.com/careers-en.html 

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