Guest Relations Supervisor


Guest Relations/Front Office


The Guest Relations supervisor is in charge of the well-being of employees and internal and external guests in and around the property.


 $25.00 - $28.00 per hour 


Director, Front Office



Guest Relations Team




·         All department


·         Hotel guests/visitors, government and emergency agencies, vendors    



Guest Relations Office and all hotel areas, including the perimeter of the property.




·         FSD Licensed / Trained

·         NYS Unarmed Security License

·         Physical:

o   Able to traverse spaces throughout the building as necessary

o   Able to work standing for a minimum of 8 hours a day

o   Periodical bending, kneeling, and stretching

o   Able to pull, push, carry and lift at least 50 pounds

o   Must be able to seize, grasp, turn and hold objects with hands

o   Satisfactorily communicate with guests, management, and co-workers to their understanding.

·         Understanding: Ability to read, comprehend and carry out instructions according to established procedures

·         Comprehension: Fluent in the English language

·         Organizational Skills: Work efficiently, utilize multi-tasking, prioritize tasks

·         Hygiene and Sanitation: Adherence to uniform, grooming, personal hygiene standards and expectations per SOP’s

·         Punctuality: Adherence to posted schedule and arrival time and attendance at mandatory meetings when scheduled

·         Responsibility: Personal comportment in line with Standard, New York policies, standards, and expectations



·         Multi-lingual

·         1-2 years prior work experience in a related field

·         CPR Training



·         Maintain complete awareness of:

o   Scheduled group activities and house count

o   Hotel facilities and services

o   Hours of operation

o   Facility layout

o   Fire and emergency plans

o   Departmental rules of conduct

·         Supervise team of Guest Relations agents including:

o   Scheduling

o   Training

o   Coaching/Counseling

·         Review department log records and be familiar with pertinent information relevant to all daily shifts. Review the hotel status and follow-up actions with all shift agents.

·         Issue keys and equipment to designated hotel personnel (with proper authorization). Maintain accurate records and ensure the safekeeping of such in accordance with hotel procedures.

·         Ensure all non-hotel personnel arriving at employee entrance are properly documented while on the property according to hotel policy.

·         Provide escorts for employees in accordance with departmental standards.

·         Ensure that after-hours access into secured hotel areas are properly authorized, monitored, and documented in accordance with hotel standards.

·         Hand deliveries received during non-business hours following hotel procedures.

·         Work with outside agencies (i.e., police, fire departments, and emergency services) cooperatively and follow established hotel regulations.

·         Coordinate or Contact the Director of Front Office immediately for emergency situations.

·         Coordinate emergency situations as specified in the departmental manual.

·         Monitor surveillance cameras.

·         Investigate all alarms and comply with respective procedures.

·         Patrol the property, check all designated points, and document all actions taken in accordance with departmental standards.

·         Resolve and/or report all safety hazard situations.

·         Ensure all guest room doors are secured; assist guests with room access in accordance with hotel procedures.

·         Follow up on all suspicious persons/behavior on the hotel property in accordance with departmental procedures, and in coordination with The Standard’s Policies on Harassment and Discrimination.

·         Conduct designated investigations of theft or lost items, noise, assault complaints, food poisoning, and other guest complaints; complete documented reports in accordance with departmental procedures (with the help of HR if employee-related) and file in a timely fashion, by end of shift at latest.

·         Responsible for properly handling and documenting any and all lost or missing items from hotel guests, employees, or visitors.

·         Respond to the scene of guest/employee accident promptly; administer first aid/CPR in accordance with guidelines and comply with all departmental procedures; communicate specified information to EMS/medical personnel as required.

·         Comply with state regulations and hotel guidelines for handling intoxicated guests

·         Maintain confidentiality of all incidents and hotel reports/documents; release information only to authorized individuals.

·         Promote positive relations with guests and employees alike.

·         Accommodate all guest requests courteously.

·         Answer the departmental telephone within 2 rings, using proper salutations and telephone etiquette.

·         Communicate by radio with designated hotel personnel in accordance with hotel standards.

·         Monitor and handle guest complaints by following procedures and ensuring guest satisfaction.

·         Monitor and maintain cleanliness and working condition of departmental equipment, supplies, and work areas.

·         Legibly complete designated reports as specified in departmental guidelines.

·         Document all pertinent information in the daily log.

·         Complete all paperwork and closing duties before leaving.

·         Uphold all hotel policies and procedures as outlines in the employee handbook.

·         Observe and report any and all actions, incidents, events, and behaviors to the Director of Front Office.


The Standard, East Village is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All employment decisions are to be made without regard to race, color, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, religion, creed, marital status, transgender status, partnership status, familial status, national origin/ancestry, alienage or citizenship status, mental or physical disability or medical condition, handicap, military status, veteran’s status, genetic information, unemployment status, status as a victim of domestic violence, status as a victim of sex offenses or stalking, employment status, sexual or reproductive health decisions, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law (“Protected Characteristics”). 

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