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Hourly Wage

Stowe, VT
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**MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. in Stowe is looking for a part-time bellman. This person must be professional and provide friendly service to all guests and visitors, and ensure an outstanding customer service experience. We strive to exceed guest expectations during their stay.
The job entails, but is not limited to:
Efficiently manage time and duties outlined in daily checklists. Respond immediately to guest related issues and reception desk requests.
Provide detailed overview of property and amenities to orientate guests upon arrival.
Be fluent in property and village services and attractions and their seasonal hours of operation.
If interested, please mail or email resumes, or
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P.O. Box 60
18 Main Street
Stowe, Vermont 05672
****Post on site:
From 11/20/2012 until 12/9/2012
Hospitality - Hotel
Job Type:
Full/Part Time:
Part Time - All
Hourly Wage
Education Requirements

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The Green Mountain Inn
Phone : 802-253-4400
Fax : 802-253-5096
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The Green Mountain Inn has a fascinating history! The main building and adjacent Depot building are listed as number 13 and 14 on the National Register of Historic Places. The Inn was built by Peter C. Lovejoy as a private dwelling house in 1833. In 1850, Mr. Lovejoy traded the residence with Stillman Churchill for a 350-acre farm. Mr. Churchill added two brick wings and a dance hall to the original building, built a double porch in front and called it the Mansfield House. Owing to financial difficulties, he was obliged to borrow money from W.H.H. Bingham and lost the property when Mr. Bingham found it necessary to foreclose on the mortgage.