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Tunica Roadhouse - Banquets Set Up

Company Name:
Caesars Entertainment
Caesars Midsouth has immediate openings for Banquets Set Up at Tunica Roadhouse Casino & Hotel.
Organizes set up and breakdown of rooms for both meetings and food functions. Checks function rooms to ensure all set ups are in accordance with the banquet event orders, banquets set up captain and managers. Inspects set ups; checks for cleanliness, neatness and agreement with group requirements and departmental standards; rectifies deficiencies with respective personnel. Anticipates the guests'' needs and responds, appropriately, with a sense of urgency. Completes daily set up requirements, according to departmental procedures and follows diagrams, as needed. Maintains and cleans meeting rooms, supplies, equipment, makes requests to Banquets Captain to replenish shortages, or additional items needed, for the anticipated business, inspects the preset scheduled function areas/rooms for cleanliness, working conditions and proper furniture/equipment set up. Checks on all ongoing events, reviewing changes and last minute banquet event order updates. Communicates to fultfill and address any issues or needs, requested by guests and/or other employees. Ensures all procedures, policies, health and safety regulations are followed. Acknowledges all guests according to service standards.
Must be 18 years of age, or older. High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required. One (1) year experience in set up operations preferred. Must have proper valid drivers license to operate banquets department vehicles, including trucks.
Must be able to maneuver to all areas of the hotel
Must be able to stand, sit, or walk, for an extended period of times, or for an entire work shift.
Must be able to move, lift, carry, push, pull and place objects weighing, at least 30 pounds, without assistance, on a continual basis.
Must be able to bend, reach, kneel, twist and grip items while working at assigned desk area.
Requisition Id: 826158

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