Manage workers serving patrons in amusement and recreation facilities.
What does a Hospitality House Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in greeting, guiding, and serving patrons in amusement and recreation facilities: Formulates roster and personnel work assignments to assure work coverage. Explains work procedures for subordinates. Prepares written reports of operational activities to aid in planning future activities. Verifies cleanliness of facilities and operability of equipment and forwards work order forms on equipment requiring maintenance or repair to management. Inventories and orders supplies, checks and turns in receipts, and reviews correspondence. Attends meeting to plan future operational activities and implementation of plans with other department heads.