Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
Resort Assistant Manager
When Legends Come To Life
- The Ocean Club has welcomed the world’s most discerning guests to our five-mile stretch of natural white sand beach – framed by 35 acres of Versailles-inspired lawns and gardens.
- Discover the legendary chic of The Ocean Club, combining elevated Four Seasons service with laid-back Bahamian style – creating one of the most sought-after resort experiences in the Caribbean.
- On a stretch of natural white sand beach, our resort offers 107 ultra-luxury accommodations, a Balinese-inspired spa, and dining by Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
- The Ocean Club has a treasured history serving generations of luxury travelers. Expansive lawns and towering coconut palms provide an enchanting backdrop to the pristine beaches of Paradise Island.
- The Ocean Club offers a rich roster of activities including water sports such as snorkeling, sailing, and wind-surfing along with land-based activities including world-class golf and tennis plus a relaxing spa.
The Role of the Resort Assistant Manager
The Resort Assistant Manager oversees the Front Desk operations and acts as the manager on duty in the hotel when senior managers are not available.
- The Resort Assistant Manager also directs a staff that performs the following duties and will also perform these duties on their own
- Welcomes and registers hotel guests, explaining the accommodations and establishing credit or method of payment.
- Checks guest out of the hotel, preparing and explaining the bill.
- Responds to a wide variety of guest requests by accurately assessing the guest’s needs and requests and then adding personal recommendations and touches to achieve maximum customer satisfaction while complying with all Four Seasons’ policies.
- Manages the staff at the Front Desk.
- Interviews, trains, and schedules the staff.
- Conducts Performance Evaluations and disciplines staff when needed.
- Coordinates arrivals, departures, and billing requirements with the Sales and Catering Department.
- Blocks rooms for arrivals and ensures any discrepancies are resolved. Reviews daily arrivals to ensure proper handling of Special Attention to Guests, Return Guests, and Groups.
- Assures that all financial and credit procedures are followed.
- Follows up on credit problems with Front Office Manager and/or Credit Manager. Reviews all paid-outs, rebates, Petty Cash disbursements, and Direct Billings.
- Checks cashiers’ work at end of the shift to ensure all transactions are reconciled with proper approvals and endorsements.
- Takes action in all matters related to the safety, security, satisfaction, and well-being of hotel guests and employees when senior managers are not available. Responds swiftly and effectively in any hotel emergency or safety situation.
- Resolves customer complaints from all areas of the hotel, handling all guest interactions with the highest level of hospitality and professionalism, accommodating special requests whenever possible; assists customers in all inquiries in connection with hotel services, hours of operations, key hotel personnel, in-house events, directions, etc.
- Responds to all guest requests in an accurate and timely manner. Interaction with guests will be in person and by phone.
- Checks guest in and out in an efficient and friendly manner, using guest name whenever possible. Assures that guest is assigned the type of room requested and the correct rate is charged.
- Arranges for luggage to be delivered to the guest room. Issues correct keys to the guest. Checks out guests at end of the stay. Ascertains guest satisfaction collects keys, posts late charges, and presents bills to guests.
- Settles bills accurately through credit card or cash transactions.
- Utilizes a variety of computer systems to check guests in and out, run daily reports and select and block rooms for arriving guests.
- Check Housekeeping and Laundry on availability of supplies for preparing guest rooms and other delays in getting rooms ready.
- Liaise with the Executive Housekeeper, Director of Engineering, and Director of Laundries, on any outstanding problems, especially repairs to equipment, furniture, supplies, etc.
- During frequent rounds of departments, make notes of damaged equipment, blown bulbs water leaks, faulty air condition, needed drapery repair, and areas that need to be painted.
- Check all public guest and staff washrooms. See that they are kept properly cleaned and supplied.
- Check all floors have dirty trays and glasses removed. See that the area of elevators is properly vacuumed.
- Complies with Four Seasons’ Category One and Category Two Work Rules and Standards of Conduct as set forth in impact.
- Works harmoniously and professionally with co-workers and supervisors.
- Accepts reservations, changes, and cancellations in the absence of Reservations Department Staff. Can answer guest calls and direct them appropriately in the absence of a Communications Operator.
This is an exciting time to join The Ocean Club, a Four Seasons Resort.
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