USTA National Tennis Center Inc.

  • US Open Suite Administration Associate (Seasonal)

    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/2/2018 4:21 PM)
    ID
    2018-2329
    Category
    Other
    Location
    US-NY-Flushing
  • Overview

    It takes the most talented people to put on the world’s greatest tennis event.  The US Open Tennis Championships are the highest-attended annual sporting event in the world.  Each year, for three weeks in the late summer, the US Open is the focus of the sports & entertainment universe.  Passionate fans from around the world come to NYC to witness the toughest tennis on the game’s biggest stage.  With more than 720,000 visitors, 100 million television viewers in the U.S. and 64 million online visitors, why not come and enjoy the thrill and excitement of working with our team? 

     

     We are seeking Suite Administration Coordinators who play an essential role in the US Open guest experience.  In this role, you will be responsible for placing and situating all suite furniture and appliances within all US Open Premium Seating. 

     

    Responsibilities

    • Place and situate all furniture and appliances for all suites
    • Provide customer service interfacing with various entities and guests
    • Lifting heavy furniture

    Qualifications

     

    • Previous guest or customer service related experience
    • Punctual and presentable shift attendance, neatly groomed in a clean, well-maintained uniform
    • Available to work for the full duration of the US Open tournament
    • Must be able to work 12+ hour shifts and be available days, nights and weekends
    • Willing to work outdoors in various weather conditions and able to stand for extended periods
    • Personable and proactive team player with excellent communication skills
    • Remain calm and focused in a fast-paced environment as well as during stressful situations
    • Must be able to multitask and to lift 60lbs+
    • Bilingual (a plus, but not necessary)

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