Aramark South Lake Powell - Guest Services Worker - Outdoors (Boat Instructor)
Aramark is a leader in professional services, providing award-winning food services, facilities management, and uniform and career
apparel to health care institutions, universities and school districts, stadiums and arenas, and businesses around the world. Aramark has
approximately 255,000 employees serving clients in 22 countries. To learn more about Aramark, visit www.aramark.com. Are you looking for
a memorable summer? Do you want to have the best summer work experience & make some great new friends? If you said "YES!", then
Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas is the place for you! Lake Powell is the second largest man-made lake in the US. Wahweap Marina located
near Page, Arizona, is the largest marina on Lake Powell. Outside of work, YOU are the one on vacation. Not only can you water-ski,
wakeboard, go tubing, rent boats, camp and explore the canyons and parks of the Grand Circle your entire summer, you can do so at a cost
that won't hurt your piggy bank. Partaking in these summer adventures with strangers you now call friends is the greatest reward of our
Host Website: https://www.lakepowell.com/
Site of Activity: Aramark South Lake Powell
Parent Account Name: Aramark Leisure
Host Address: 100 Lakeshore Drive , PO Box 1597 , Page , Arizona , 86040
Nearest Major City: St. George , Utah , Over 50 miles away
Guest Services Workers working for Boat Rentals primarily perform Boat Instructor duties. Be flexible, willing to help out wherever needed,
comfortable working outside in extreme heat conditions and committed to delivering the highest levels of customer service. Guest Services
Workers also provide a concierge service to the guests.
Check in and check out guests renting boats. Communicate basic boat usage and safety information to all guests renting boats ensuring all
required paperwork is completed. Be highly knowledgeable about the marina and the surrounding areas; acting as a concierge resource
for all guests. Assist customers in docking and piloting boats in and out of the marina. Go the extra mile and follow through to ensure
Essential Job Functions:
- Required to check in and check out guests renting boats. Communicating basic boat usage and safety information to all guests renting
boats ensuring all required paperwork is completed
- Be highly knowledgeable about the marina and the surrounding areas; acting as a concierge resource for all guests. This includes but is
not limited to: retail, the lodge, food & beverage services, tours and activities.
- Guest Services Workers should assist customers in docking and piloting boats in and out of the marina
- Maintain positive attitude in high stress situations
- Diplomatically handle guest complaints always be polite and maintain a professional manner
- Utilize all safety equipment
- Identify maintenance and safety issues
- Other duties as assigned
Typical Schedule and Salary:
Boat Rentals is open 7 days a week and students will typically work from 8 AM - 5 PM.
Seasonal changes to job duties or available hours: Yes
Weekly hours will be different due to changes in the operating season.
Drug Test required: No
Hourly Wage: $13
Eligible for Tips: Yes
Employees may receive tips from customers for assisting with small boat instruction and houseboats. The average tips for this role are very
low and average around $20 per day.
Estimated weekly wages including tips: $384
Students are eligible for a $150 bonus if they complete their contract and agreed upon work dates.
* All figures above are pre-tax
Estimated average number of hours per week: 32
Estimated minimum number of hours per week: 32
Estimated maximum number of hours per week: 40
Potential fluctuation in hours per week:
Hours will fluctuate based upon business needs and staffing levels.
Average number of hours per week reached by last year's seasonal employees: 35
Yes, paid after 40 hours
Students may purchase a meal card for a $25 payroll deduction. Meal specials cost $5 - $8 and the Employee Dining Room is open for
lunch and dinner only.
English Level required:
Required to be 21+: No
Previous Experience required: No
Qualifications & Conditions
Lifting requirement: 25lbs/11kgs
On feet all day occasionally lifting 5-10 kg and using standard office equipment.
Standing for entire shift
Working under direct sunlight
Other qualifications or conditions
Must not be prone to motion sickness as students may spend hours at a time instructing on boats in the water. Work is
outdoors in extreme heat and sun. Must be able to work in the hot sun and work with chemicals. Previous cleaning experience
preferred. Please be aware this area experiences EXTREME HEAT and summer conditions. This includes temperatures up to
110 degrees fahrenheit (43 degree celsius). We do experience sunny days and clear blue skies which allows every time to enjoy
the lake and the beauty of the surrounding areas.
Job Training required: Yes
Length of job training:
Job specific training depends on position.
Hours per week during training period: 32
Different wage during training period: No
Start on specific day of the week: No
Need to wear uniform: Yes
Students will be emailed uniform requirements prior to arrival. Bring comfortable nonskid closed-toe shoes. Uniform shirts are provided
for most positions; check with your supervisor or manager if there are specific requirements for your area.
Cost of uniform: $0
Uniform laundry: Participant responsibility
Dress Code: Yes
Dress in the appropriate clean and pressed uniform and present a clean and neat appearance. Hair must be clean, combed and well
groomed; no extreme styles or colors. No dreadlocks. Clean shaven appearance is required unless a beard has previously been grown.
Beard length may not exceed 5cm. Jewelry must be conservative, in good taste, appropriate to working attire and not conflict with job
related safety standards. Visible body piercing, with the exception of ears is unacceptable.
Types of Cultural Opportunities:
Company Parties, Movie or Game Nights, Shopping Trips, Trips to Major City, Trips to Nearby/Major Attractions, Holiday Events, Will provide
information about Events, Local Resources, Attractions/Sites, Local Community, Karaoke Nights or Talent Shows
Additional Details about Cultural Offerings:
Recreation calendars are created with weekly events. Students can visit National Parks, attend movie nights, game nights, wildlife tours,
shopping trips and sports tournaments! Lake Powell Olympics is an annual event where employees compete in fun games, win prizes and
enjoy free food and music!
Local Cultural Offering:
Lake Powell offers access to recreation activities not only at the lake but all over the West. Employees receive houseboat and powerboat
rental incentives, free kayaks, boat tours, and access to beaches. Located just a few hours from national parks, you can explore someplace
new each weekend.
Housing Provided: Yes. Employer Guarantees employer - owned or employer - arranged housing to all hired participants. Required to stay.
Employer-owned or employer-arranged housing description:
Dormitory rooms are shared with one other person. Students can bring personal items such as music, books, and special foods but should
keep in mind that space is limited in a shared dorm room. If desired they can bring a laptop computer, as limited access to wireless
internet is available around property. Employees may also purchase their own mini fridge for use in their dorm room. Housing Address: PO
BOX 4690 Page, AZ 86040 Smoking is prohibited inside Employee Housing. Smoking is only allowed in designated areas. At no point in time
are Tenants allowed to smoke in guest areas on property or where they may be visible to guests. Designated areas are at least 25 feet from
any building entrances, air intake ducts, windows, and/or bay doors. All cigarette butts must be disposed of in the appropriate trash
receptacles and not tossed on the ground. It is illegal for any tobacco product (including cigarettes, cigars and e-cigarettes) to be sold to
anyone under 21. In accordance with this legislation, Tenants who are 21 years of age may smoke in designated areas. Tenants who are
under 21 may neither possess nor use tobacco in the Housing area or on Aramark managed properties. It is illegal for those of legal age to
purchase or provide tobacco products for those under the age of 21. Distribution, sale or providing tobacco to minors is expressly
prohibited. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in disciplinary actions and possible loss of housing privileges.
Lease Agreement: Yes
Occupancy Requirements for Provided Housing:
Students will be able to utilize cell service or use the landline phone in the Human Resources office or in the work department
office to contact CIEE.
Minimum Occupancy Per Room: 2
Maximum Occupancy Per Room: 2
Suggested Occupancy Per Room: 2
Rooming Arrangement Description:
Rooms may be co-ed if requested by both participants in advance. Please note that no single housing options are available. To
reserve your room or to submit a roommate request please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible, but no later than
2 weeks prior to your arrival. Please note that requests are granted on a first come first serve basis and cannot be guaranteed.
Required to Pay for Provided Housing: Yes
Cost per Week: $30
Housing Cost Deducted from Paychecks: Yes
Utilities Costs: No
Housing Deposit: Yes
A refundable $100 housing deposit is required by payroll deduction.
Housing Deposit Refundable: Yes
Conditions for Deposit Refund:
Deposit is refundable as long as there is no damage to the room and the room is cleaned upon a scheduled check-out.
Details About Deposit Refund:
Security deposits will be returned by way of payroll deduction. The timing of this return is dependent upon the check out date.
Failure to properly check out may result in a loss of deposit.
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