Sugar House expanding into the hotel business
Sugar House is hiring...if you want to dress like this.
Looks like Sugar House, at 1395 West Alameda Avenue, is making its long-promised push into the rooms-for-rent business. According to a new post on Craigslist, the place is expanding, and one of the job openings includes "night auditor/hotel customer service," graveyard shift, when responsibilities will include:
"Greet, register, and assign rooms to guests. Answer inquiries pertaining to hotel services. Keep record of guests' accounts, compute bill, and collect payment from guests. Post and collect charges to individual rooms. Provide amenities and light room service consisting of towel and beverage service. Monitor bar areas and security cameras in areas closed to the public. Perform all other duties assigned by a Manager or Supervisor."
There are also serving and bartending positions available, for "exceptional and appealing servers for lunch and happy hour shifts at a fun and sexy bar and grill concept....We're seeking a Hooter's-style look and upbeat, friendly attitude with lots of appeal. We're not selling food and drinks, we're entertaining our guests and providing service while they're eating and drinking. We're not looking for the typical restaurant servers. We're progressive and have a unique outlook in the food service business which hires only motivated, honest, reliable, and appealing people willing to use their personality and appeal to keep customers coming back, and those serious about their job and making money."
Servers must also be "willing to dress in flattering, appealing, revealing and risqué attire," the post says -- and includes the photo above to prove its point. "Our servers wear different fun & sexy outfits/costumes each day, but they are classy and tasteful...If you are not comfortable wearing fitted, flattering, revealing attire such as corsets, bikini's, school girl uniforms, etc, this job is not for you."
Want to apply? Bust out that bustier and head to the Sugar House.
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