Overnight Front Desk Receptionist - Niseko, Japan.

Position

Overnight Front Desk Receptionist – This position is responsible for the night operation of the hotel.

Start Date:  Mid November

Job Description

Main responsibilities would include but are not limited to the followings.

  • Handle check in and check out.
  • Handle cash and credit card transactions.
  • Review departures to make sure the guest account charges are correct.
  • Review arrivals and control the room assignments, and prepare for guest requests.
  • Roll over the date in Property Management System.
  • Prepare necessary daily reports.
  • Assist any kind of inquires from the guests.
  • Answer phone calls, in house calls and outside calls.
  • Respond to emails.
  • Communicate with morning staff for any hand over.
  • Handle emergency situation and contact Manager on Duty.

Qualifications

  • Previous hospitality experience is a plus.
  • Passionate about hospitality service.
  • Professional attitude.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Team player.
  • English is a must, and ability to speak a second language is a plus.

Employment Period

Based on 2014-15 season, pending confirmation for 2015-2016

  • Mid November to mid March, with the potential to extend, availability of work dependent.

Working Hours

Based on 2014-15 season, pending confirmation for 2015-2016

  • Around 40 hours per week.
  • Roaster will be made based on hotel occupancy, and we may ask you to work more or less hours and days.

Pay

  • Coming Soon

Benefits

Based on 2014-15 season, pending confirmation for 2015-2016

Accommodation

  • Each of our accommodations is subsidized to bring you housing at an affordable price.
  • Staff house, twin share (doubles for couples) or quad share.

Lift Passes

  • A Grand Hirafu season lift pass at a highly subsidized price.
  • Most companies will give staff access to shared Grand Hirafu passes, these are usually kept at work so it may stop you getting first lifts on powder days. Shared passes also cannot be upgraded to All Mountain passes (unless everyone sharing the pass agrees to it). Working for Ki Niseko means your pass can live in your ski and snowboard jacket and gives you the opportunity to pay to upgrade your pass to cover All Mountain.

Bi-monthly pay

  • Receive your pay every 2 weeks.
  • Most companies pay monthly which can leave you eating into your savings at the start of the season.

Cost Price on Services Ki Niseko book

  • Please see our website for more details on what we book, but this could include things like snowmobiling, back country tours, freestyle ski/snowboard lessons, transfers and car rental.

Free ski or Snowboard lessons

  • Free ski/snowboard group lessons (availability dependent)

Incentives for concierge sales

  • Those roles more involved in selling (e.g. Concierge) will have more opportunity to gain incentives.

Potential Sponsorship in the future

  • For the best performing seasonal staff, Ki Niseko will want you back and we would like to sponsor you for future seasons (provided you meet the sponsorship criteria). 

If you are interested in joining the team at Ki Niseko, please send your CV, application form and a cover letter outlining your experience to enquiries@seasontoseasonemployment.com

Please click here for the application form for Winter Seasonal Positions.

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