Sheraton CoCo Key Water Resort to Host Job Fair Oct. 4 - 5
Cincinnati, OH - Sheraton CoCo Key Water Resort hotel announced today that it is seeking talented, hard-working and reliable people to join its staff. Offering the perfect career for the right individual, the Sheraton CoCo Key Water Resort hotel is holding a job fair on:
Sunday, Oct. 4 from 1-5 p.m. and Monday, Oct. 5 from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. and 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
The hotel is seeking to fill some 50 positions in various roles, including the housekeeping and banquet departments and at CoCo Key Water Resort.
Ideal candidates must possess a strong work ethic. On-site interviews will be conducted, so job seekers are encouraged to bring their job history, along with a cheerful attitude and professional demeanor.
Both full and part-time positions are available, offering competitive salaries, referral bonuses, flexible schedules and opportunities for personal growth advancement in the exciting hospitality industry.
Full-time positions of 30 hours or more per week will enjoy health, dental, and vision plans; a 401k, vacation and sick time and other benefits.
Part-time positions offer insurance plans, hotel discounts and other benefits.
Located just minutes from downtown Cincinnati across from the Sharonville Convention Center, Sheraton Cincinnati North boasts 257 guest rooms, featuring Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Beds TM . Casual dining is available on-site at both the TradeWinds Restaurant and Lounge. The property features a complete fitness center and more than 18,000 square feet of event space offers a versatile meeting and event location, including the elegant 8,320-square-foot Grand Ballroom. Sheraton Cincinnati North is also home to the multi-million-dollar CoCo Key Water Resort, a more than 50,000-square-fot indoor water park. Coco Key features a fun-filled work environment and décor and atmosphere that reflect the tropical appeal of historic Key West.
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