(40 hrs/wk) Some benefits. Year round position. To provide quality customer service and assistance to guests utilizing the Snack Shop and /or purchasing items there and other point-of-sale stations throughout the camp. Provide excellent service to customers, guests, and staff according to established procedure. Greet all guests courteously, determine their needs and direct/serve them accordingly. Notice and remember guest shopping habits and notify supervisor. Take inventory and stock shelves, keep store looking neat and attractive. Operate food machines (coffee, ice cream, etc.) Qualifications: Ability to follow written and verbal instructions. Ability to learn and apply accrued knowledge of standard purchasing procedures and file systems. Ability to work in fast paced environment and maintain poise under pressure. Customer-service mind set. Ability to operate cash register. Minimum high school graduate or equivalent preferred. Minors must present valid work permit. Current Food Handler’s Certificate required. Restaurant, fast-food, or industrial-kitchen experience preferred. Experience in retail sales preferred. Must be able to read, write and communicate well in English. Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
Qualifications: Ability to follow written and verbal instructions. Ability to learn and apply accrued knowledge of standard purchasing procedures and file systems. Ability to work in fast paced environment and maintain poise under pressure. Customer-service mind set. Ability to operate cash register. Minimum high school graduate or equivalent preferred. Minors must present valid work permit. Current Food Handler’s Certificate required. Restaurant, fast-food, or industrial-kitchen experience preferred. Experience in retail sales preferred. Must be able to read, write and communicate well in English.
GUEST RELATIONS SUPERVISOR
Salary DOE REF. # 121709 REQ# 17-2742
(40 hrs/wk) Full-time position with full benefits. Year-round position. The Guest Relations Supervisor oversee the guest evaluation process to help Pine Summit continually improve its offering to our customers, always with an eye for improving/expanding processes to create satisfied and returning guests. Create a weekly pre-arrival email for soon-to-arrive group leadership to better aid their preparation for coming to Pine Summit. Responsible for all pre-contract items necessary to execute a stay such as calendaring, group fit, special needs etc. Establish a B partnership with each guest group by gaining a clear understanding of their leadership structure, goal, priorities, paths of communication, expectations, to ensure to further aid Pine Summit’s partnership with the guest group. Work with Guest Hosts in maintaining and pacing department work to achieve set goals and requirements to maintain a financially and organizationally healthy camp. The Guest. Relations Supervisor will oversee the Guest Relations Team, as it provides exceptional service to our guests. The Guest Host Supervisor and team will work together to maintain and coordinate constant communication with guest groups, with the ultimate goal of planning and executing a successful retreat at Pine Summit.
Qualifications: College Degree Preferred (work experience may be substituted for education). Proficient in English. 4+ years of experience direct public interaction in a guest services capacity. Detail oriented. Ability to address and prioritize projects, which may conflict, in a time-sensitive manner. Ability to communicate effectively and interact with co-workers, management, leadership, and the public in a positive, productive manner. Ability to analyze problems and to reach acceptable, workable solutions and implement solutions bringing projects to fruition. Ability to use electronic media for intra/ inter-office communication. Working knowledge of integrated database applications and ability to use new software programs, including proprietary Salvation Army programs, with basic training. Maintain a valid California Driver’s License with less than two violations in the last 12 months and no DUI within the last 18 months and must pass Salvation Army Fleet Safety Test. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
SALARY: DOE. REF: # 121710 REQ#17-2743
Exempt level Full-time position with full benefits. Year-round position. Work as a part of the Facilities team performing work assignment as directed by the camp Facilities Director. Provide support and training to Facilities Workers as needed. Be the first responded to problems and emergencies that occur between 10 PM and 7 AM while guests are onsite. Maintain clean and safe shop environment. Maintain Safety Notebooks as regulated by the State Department of Public Health and OSHA. Maintain MSDS Notebooks. Ensure that high standards of safety are developed, met and maintained. Quickly address any safety issues and alert Facilities Director. Provide prompt and polite service internally and externally. Collect Work Repair Requests from the Facilities Director. Prioritize emergency repairs. Manual dexterity to operate tools and machinery. Work inside and outside, in all weather conditions (heat & snow). Physical agility to work from ladders or on roof as necessary.
Tractor/Bob Cat/Snow removal equipment/operational experience. Some home a and business
Remodeling management experience. Able to safely operate all equipment associated with position.
Read and interpret architectural and engineering drawings. Maintain a valid CA Driver License with less than two (2) violations in the last 12 months, or a DUI within the last 18 months, and must pass Fleet Safety Test of TSA. Intermediate knowledge of MS Office Suite of software (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.); Lotus Notes, helpful. High school graduate or equivalent. Journeyman status in a trade or draft such as Electrician, Carpenter, Machinist, Plumber, Welder, etc. preferred. Five (5) years’ experience performing maintenance services in a team environment. Two (2) years’ experience providing oversight of maintenance personnel. Ability to lead employees and delegate work assignments. Experienced in project cost estimates. Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
POSITION TITLE: Porter
STATUS:NON-EXEMPT (40 hours Full benefits)
FUNCTION OF THE POSITION: Responsible to keep camp and guest areas clean with trash emptied, weeds controlled, minor maintenance issues fixed. To clean assigned guest rooms and to work as a member of the cleaning team to assist in keeping all areas neat and clean.
EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE:
Minimum High School graduate or equivalent
QUALIFICATIONS (KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS REQUIRED):
Ability to work in fast paced environment and maintain poise under pressure. Customer service mindset with attention to detail. General knowledge of maintenance, facilities, and housekeeping protocols. Maintain a valid California Driver’s License with less than two violations in the last 12 months, or a DUI within the last 18 months and must pass a Fleet Safety Test. Ability to follow through on assigned projects with proper attentions to details. Read, write and communicate well in English. Work alone or as part of a team. Stay on task in the midst of distractions, Ability to be flexible with ever changing demands.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
At the start of every day make sure that the Porters have everything they need to start work – linens, towels, cleaning supplies, tools, vacuums. Pick up soiled linens, towels, cleaning supplies, and tools – making sure to put them away or move them to the place they will need them for the next phase of work. Clean & re-stock the Porter storage areas with cleaning supplies and equipment, toiletries, towels & linens, paper supplies, replacement bulbs, and assists in maintaining MSDS sheets. Pickup papers and trash and dispose/recycle all trash on the camp property and ensure that all customer hallways and passages are clean and free of debris. Clean and remove debris and weeds from parking lot and entrances to buildings; Mop, sweep or vacuum floors as needed. Pull, wash, dry, inventory, stack laundry Clean meeting rooms, public restrooms, shower houses, bathrooms, offices, houses, lobbies, etc. Dust furniture, fixtures as required. Scrub toilets, tub basin, shower, counter, and sinks, replace cabin and meeting room toilet paper, towels, toiletries, coffee supplies, wash dishes, Ensure that refrigerators, stove and microwaves are clean. Replace light bulbs, Sweep porches, decks, outside stairs, stacks wood pile, clean fireplace. Inspect the room to see if any repairs are required, report repairs to maintenance, ensure each room has all necessary supplies and equipment. Plunge and clear clogs in toilets, Provide prompt and polite service internally and externally.
Sit, walk, stand, bend, squat, climb, kneel and twist on an intermittent or continuous basis, Grasp, push, pull objects such as files, file cabinet drawers, and reach overhead. Lift and carry up to 50 lbs. Performs other incidental and related duties as required and assigned.
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SALARY: DOE REF. # 031716 REQ# 17-0506
(40 hrs/wk) Full Benefits. Year round position. Prepare and execute food presentations leading to a positive camp experience for all campers. Receive, store and inventory supplies. Per request of Kitchen Lead, experiments with new menu offerings and trains new cooks and necessary to prepare new and unfamiliar recipes. Sample food for quality control and ensures that it has been prepared and seasoned properly, that portion sizes are correct, and food is served at appropriate temperatures. Monitor the safety and sanitary levels of activities within the kitchen to ensure that the food is cooked in clean and safe environment. Follow state health department regulations pertaining to safe food practice; Ensures that food presentation is exceptional. Label and stock all ingredients on shelves so they can be organized and easily accessible. Qualifications: Two (2) years cooking experience in a camp environment, or high volume restaurant or hotel. Large batch food preparation experience preferred. Proficient use of the English language. Patient with an ability to stay positive under pressure. Food Handlers Certificate. Maintain a Valid CA Driver License with less than two (2) violations in the last 12 months, or a DUI within last 18 months, and must pass Fleet Safety Test of TSA. Equal Opportunity Employer.