Porter - Tips


  • Provide our guests with the best in service, courtesy, and care.
  • Follow all policy, procedures and service standards.
  • Clean public lobbies, restrooms, and other guest use areas as assigned.
  • When finding unsafe conditions and maintenance concerns, address them immediately by turning in maintenance Service Requests.
  • Maintain cleanliness of housekeeping vacuums, closets, storage areas, and other equipment.
  • Assist with other housekeeping duties as assigned by the Manager, Assistant Manager or Supervisor.


  • Organizational skills.
  • The ability to follow instructions and count accurately.
  • Being capable of self-supervision.
  • Knowledge of carpet and floor care and proper use of equipment (training is provided).
  • Some locations may require a valid driver s license and the ability to drive a company vehicle for deliveries of guest requests.
  • Ability to answer guest questions and give appropriate guidance.
  • Stretching, walking, lifting up to 50 pounds, bending, kneeling, and climbing up and down stairs for up to 7-8 hours per shift.
  • Making beds, stripping rooms, and cleaning toilets.
  • The ability to push or pull 50-75 pounds on a daily basis.
  • Working with required chemicals up to 8 hours a day.
  • Ability to work at night and possibly over-night hours and shifts.

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