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Hyatt Banquet Houseperson in CHICAGO, Illinois

The Banquet Houseperson is responsible for setting up and breaking down all meeting spaces with tables/chairs/water, etc. This person must have good communication skills as well as the ability to lift moderate weight. This is a fast paced position.

Previously home to an elite athletic and social club, one of Chicago’s most beloved landmarks from the 1890’s is reborn as a bustling hotel playground, featuring a variety of iconic and unique restaurant and nightlife destinations, all in the heart of downtown. More than a restoration, Chicago Athletic Association is a revelation of historic architectural detail, from the grand marble staircases to the incomparable Cindy’s Rooftop, showcasing creative food and drink with unmatched views across Millennium Park and Lake Michigan.

* High school diploma or equivalent preferred. * Prior Banquets or Housekeeping experience within a full-service boutique or luxury hotel environment required * Familiarity with general computer functions preferred * Experience with web-based communication programs and hand held devices helpful. * Must be able to communicate effectively in English

  • Conversational abilities in other languages helpful.
  • Must be able to regularly lift up to 50 lbs., and occasionally up to 100 lbs.
  • Must be able to access different event and storage locations throughout the building across varying terrain and conditions

  • Must be able to multi-task and display ability to recognize that the guests’ interests and needs are always primary.

  • Must be available to work a flexible schedule including early mornings, evenings, late-night, weekends and holidays as business dictates.

Primary Location: US-IL-Chicago
Organization: Chicago Athletic Association
Pay Basis: Hourly
Job Level: Part-time
Job: Banquets
Req ID: CHI009513

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