Night Auditor for Hampton Inn in Columbia, IL (Part Time)


At a Glance:

Midas Hospitality is seeking a part-time Night Auditor to join the team at our Hampton Inn located in Columbia, Illinois. This position will reconcile all business transactions at the hotel as well as check-in and resolve any guest problems.

What You Will Be Doing

  • Transmits and receives telephone messages
  • Greets, registers, and assigns rooms to guests. Issues room key and gives directions.
  • Answers inquiries pertaining to hotel services; registration of guests; shopping, dining, entertainment and travel directions.
  • Keeps records of room availability and guests' accounts
  • Ensures all paperwork is completed from the Front Desk and F&B computer systems.
  • Reconciles movies and phone reports.
  • Closes out the day for both the Front Desk and F&B computer systems.
  • Runs reports for the previous day's business.
  • Makes, confirms, and cancels reservations
  • Handles accounting of money, receipts, guest accounts and credit through operation of the FD computer system and completion of reports required to ensure company funds are secure.

The Ideal Candidate:

  • At least one year cash handling experience
  • At least one year experience at a Front Desk position (in a hotel) preferred
  • Ability to work nights and weekends

About Midas Hospitality:

Established in 2006, Midas Hospitality, LLC has quickly become one of the premier hospitality management groups in the Midwest. Midas Executives have a combined 90+ years of experience in superior hotel development, professional asset management and hotel accounting services. We have developed, opened and managed numerous properties including Marriott, Courtyard by Marriott, Fairfield Inn and Suites, Sheraton Hotels, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Staybridge Suites, Candlewood Suites, Hilton, Hampton Inn, and aloft by Starwood.

Please visit our website for more information: http://www. midashospitality. com

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