Facilities (Driveable) - Courtyard By Marriott Pittsburgh Shadyside

Concord Hospitality Pittsburgh , PA 15201

Posted 11 months ago

Now Hiring: Driveable Facilities

  • Must be 21+ years of age with a Valid Driver's License*

Preference for candidates with full or partial overnight availability | +$1/hr wage premium for any overnight shifts

Facilities is perfect for someone who is self motivated, likes to clean, enjoys being active throughout their workday, likes to make customers happy through their work, and thrives in a self-managed work situation. We have a great company culture at Concord Hospitality where everyone is valued and treated with respect.

Are you right for a Facilities role? Helpful by nature, with a watchful eye, you're happiest in motion.

Upon arrival, you scan the area to see what needs attending. You enjoy tidying up and making sure everything's in its place, and welcoming guests to the hotel in the Valet role of this position.

As Facilities, you will

  • Make rounds through the hotel each shift to ensure public areas are clean and tidy, taking care to remove or replace anything out of order. Use your watchfulness to report missing or found articles and any sign of damage or needed repair.

  • Assist Housekeepers and Laundry attendant in a supporting role. The ability to step in when needed and perform Housekeeping or Laundry duties is expected.

  • Be graciously attentive to guests, answering questions and getting additional help when it's needed. Assist guest with any luggage, directions, or any other helpful gesture to make them feel at home.

  • Ensure Valet responsibilities are attended. Guest Cars will be treated with care and safety.


  • Must be 21+ years of age with a Valid Driver's License and clean driving record

  • This position requires parking and retrieving guest vehicles.

Prior housekeeping experience is helpful but not required. The ability to communicate effectively in English is required with guests as well as other associates. The ability to operate a vacuum, carpet cleaner and an industrial washer/dryer is expected.

Here are some reasons our associates like working for us:

Our Benefits (applies to Full Time Associates Only)

Competitive Pay

Great Benefits including various levels of Medical plans, prescription discounts plus vision/dental
401K Retirement Program with company contribution FREE MONEY!

Complimentary Hotel Room Night Program Receive 7 free nights a year

Group Life Insurance equal to your annual salary

Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability Programs

Verizon Wireless Discount save up to 18% off your billing a month with our partnership with Verizon

Concord Provides great development through classroom training, online through our Learning Management System (LMS), as well as providing you options for Education Assistance Programs through University of Phoenix saving you 5% off tuition costs take classes related to hospitality and save up to 9% off the tuition price

Why Concord?

Concord's foundation is our 5 Key Cornerstones: Quality, Integrity, Community, Profitability, and our newest having Fun.

We strive to hire the BEST associates in the market and thus provide a great working environment that associates find appealing. Enjoy a culture where you are valued and our Associate First policy is a way of life. Utilize your hospitality talents with a Company that cares about you and your development. We do many fun things on property to stay engaged with our associates and show you we care about you.

If you are seeking a position where you can grow and be a part of a fun team, this job may be your answer.

Shift times: 7a-3p, 3p-11p, 11p, 7a

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Facilities (Driveable) - Courtyard By Marriott Pittsburgh Shadyside

Concord Hospitality