Roosevelt Island Graduate Hotel Looks To Fill More Positions As Opening On Campus Nears

Roosevelt Island Graduate Hotel Looks To Fill More Positions As Opening On Campus Nears

With an opening date set for June 1st, the new Graduate Hotel at the gateway to Cornell Tech looks at filling new staff positions . Highgate Hotels, which will oversee operations, encourages Roosevelt Islanders to apply.

Following is the list of currently available positions, minimum qualifications and duties. You can apply on the page through these links.

Guest Services Agent

Entertainment & SMERF Sales Manager

Sales & Marketing Specialist

Room Attendant

House Attendant

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