The F&B Purchasing and Receiving Clerk is responsible for ensuring that all food beverage and non-food deliveries are received inspected and coincide with an approved purchase order; log all incoming/outgoing guest packages; maintaining an effective filing system for purchase orders and delivery status; conduct inventories on all storerooms and coolers to ensure adequate supplies for the hotel in the absence of purchaser; and promptly review and fill all department requisitions.
The brand-new Marriott CityPlace at Springwoods Village is ideally situated on the east end of CityPlace Park in Houston’s burgeoning Springwoods Village district. We offer stylish, amenity-rich accommodations in a walkable and connected neighborhood. Our modern design is inspired by the area’s meandering paths, forest trails, and lakes while offering travelers a seamless transition from work to play. Visitors will enjoy 337 rooms across 10 stories featuring modern lounge furniture, a flexible workspace with high-speed WiFi and 50-inch HDTVs. Guests can enjoy our M Club Lounge featuring complimentary breakfast and snacks, areas to mingle with friends, cocktails served in the evening and our very own Switchouse Restaurant & Bar. We also offer 33,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space, including a Grand and Junior Ballroom and three boardrooms.
Location of hotel is between I-45 and Spring Village Parkway, situated between Holzwarth Road and Mossy Oaks.
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After an initial waiting period, those hired into full time positions are eligible for a competitive benefits package that includes the following: