You can use a trackball, keyboard, mouse or trackball to enter and retrieve information from computer databases. This allows you to update records, file reservations, answer guests' inquiries, and even make changes to files. Transmit documents or information using a computer or facsimile machine, as well as mail and postal services. Other than computers, you can use standard office equipment. Create letters, memos, etc. using word processing, spreadsheets, databases, or presentation software. Handle outgoing and incoming mail. Maintain computer- and paper-based filing systems and organizational systems for records, reports, and documents. File, organize, copy, sort and file records about office activities, business transactions and other activities. Use computers and/or point-of-sale systems to enter and locate work-related information.
Respect all company policies and procedures. Ensure uniforms and professional appearances, protect company assets, and keep proprietary information confidential. All guests should be acknowledged and welcomed according to company guidelines. Use clear, professional language to communicate with others, accurately review and complete written documents, and use appropriate etiquette when answering telephones. Establish and maintain positive working relationships, work with others to achieve common goals, and listen to and respond to employees' concerns. Without assistance, move, lift, transport, push, pull, or place objects less than 10 pounds. Other reasonable job duties, as required by Supervisors.