Top Valet Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Valet. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Valet resumes they appeared on. For example, 35.3% of Valet resumes contained Retrieve Guest Vehicles as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Valet actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Valet resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Retrieve Guest Vehicles

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Here's how Retrieve Guest Vehicles is used in Valet jobs:
  • Greet guests, assist with luggage if necessary, park and retrieve guest vehicles.
  • Park and retrieve guest vehicles in specified areas in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Park and retrieve guest vehicles as they leave and return to the hotel.
  • Valet park or retrieve guest vehicles as they arrive or depart the hotel.
  • Parked as well as retrieve guest vehicles with careful and respectful procedures.
  • Park and retrieve guest vehicles in a prompt yet safe manner.
  • Park and retrieve guest vehicles from their designated parking area.
  • Parked as well as retrieve guest vehicles.
  • Park and retrieve guest vehicles.
  • Park and retrieve guest vehicles in a prompt, yet safe manner Ensuring customer satisfaction of property being returned in excellent condition
  • Park as well as retrieve guest vehicles for careful and respectful procedures.Supervise valet parking lots for all self parked vehicles.
  • Park and retrieve guest vehicles Delivered and retrieved guest's belonging to and from their rooms
  • Park and retrieve guest vehicles in a timely manner.
  • Write claim tickets Park and retrieve guest vehicles

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2. Credit Card Transactions

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Here's how Credit Card Transactions is used in Valet jobs:
  • Performed cash register duties, credit card transactions, provided excellent customer service.
  • Handle Cash and Credit card Transactions, maintain a clean area.
  • Updated cash handling and credit card transactions in the system.
  • Carry out indoor and outdoor cash and credit card transactions.
  • Process and complete cash and credit card transactions accurately.
  • Cashier - handled credit card transactions and cash.
  • Handle cash, debit/credit card transactions with customers.
  • Managed parking lots Handled Cash/Credit Card transactions Recounted payment methods Deposited money to safe at the end of shifts

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3. Guest Satisfaction

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Here's how Guest Satisfaction is used in Valet jobs:
  • Scheduled efficiently in order to maximize labor productivity while being mindful of guest satisfaction.
  • Provide guests specialized attention in performing duties to boost guest satisfaction
  • Detail oriented and always focused on improving guest satisfaction.
  • Demonstrated skills in hospitality, and customer service that can be used to increase profitability and guest satisfaction.
  • Stock valet desk with supplies to ensure a smooth operation of the valet desk and guest satisfaction.
  • Attend weekly meetings with administrative staff to keep current on hotel events and guest satisfaction scores.
  • Coordinate certain aspects of guest's arrivals and departures in order to maximize guest satisfaction.
  • Create an atmosphere of ultimate hospitality to ensure guest satisfaction throughout their stay.
  • Provide immediate service and fostered guest satisfaction in a high-end steakhouse and bar
  • Inspect all guest garments after being processed to ensure guest satisfaction.
  • Increased guest satisfaction scores from 70% to 95%.
  • Ensured guest satisfaction by providing AAA five diamond service and distinct personalized service.
  • Worked along side Walt Disney staff to endure full guest satisfaction and producing a high quality product.
  • Valet / Bellman * Provides excellent guest satisfaction in a efficient and friendly demeanor.
  • Maintain a guest satisfaction Manage time effectively and provide service on schedule Complete guest registration and data entry Maintain organized work station
  • Greet hotel guests Orient guests to hotel's facilities Provide information on area's attractions Ensure hotel guest satisfaction

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4. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Valet jobs:
  • Provided optimal customer service to both internal and external customers and increased valet business by a significant margin.
  • Insure customer loyalty by providing excellent customer service and responding immediately to customer concerns.
  • Managed customer service standards and issues resolution to meet and exceed customer expectations.
  • Provided customer service by provided parking services in hotel and hospital environments.
  • Improved customer service ratings through prompt service and exceeding customers expectations.
  • Experienced in customer service, money management, and interpersonal communication.
  • Handle all monetary transactions while providing customers with excellent customer service.
  • Provided professional and courteous customer service for valet parking for customers.
  • Assisted customers with exceptional customer services and speedy car delivery.
  • Delivered exceptional customer service in a professional and timely manner.
  • Provided excellent customer service to guests/residents upon arrival at property.
  • Acquired excellent interpersonal communication skills and provided outstanding customer service
  • Learned hospitality techniques to provide exceptional customer service.
  • Deliver excellent customer service to residents of the facility
  • Provided exceptional customer service in fast paced environments.
  • Used excellent customer service and inter-personal skills.
  • Provided exceptional Customer Service to resort patrons
  • Parked cars; provided quality customer service
  • Provided excellent customer service to high-end clientele
  • Provide exceptional customer service and interactions.

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5. Greeting Customers

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Here's how Greeting Customers is used in Valet jobs:
  • Delivered excellent customer service including greeting customers upon arrival.
  • Assisted Service Manager's by greeting customers on the drive and moving vehicles through the lanes as quickly as possible.
  • Service Department: Lexus of Chandler, Audi of North Scottsdale, Valet, Greeting Customers, document vehicle info.
  • Valet, including greeting customers, operating customer shuttle, picking up and dropping off customers at various locations.
  • Parked and returned customers vehicles while providing customer service through explaining promotions and greeting customers at the door.
  • Valet Captain Responsible for greeting customers by welcoming them, explaining fees and requirements.
  • Valet Attendant: Greeting customers, parking their cars and dealing with customer service.
  • Used great customer service by greeting customers at the drive up valet lot.
  • Ensured customer satisfaction by greeting customers and catering to their needs.
  • Job requirements Greeting customers upon arrival and showing them to a service representative.
  • charge of valeting, directing traffic as well as greeting customers and parking/taking care of their cars.
  • Valet Responsible for greeting customers, safely and efficiently parking vehicles and promptly returning vehicles to customers.
  • Assist in service department with greeting customers Catalog any damage of incoming vehicles Provide transportation for customers
  • Provided Customer Service Greeting Customers Open/Closed business Check on customers inquiries

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6. Customer Cars

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Here's how Customer Cars is used in Valet jobs:
  • Parked customer cars and ensured safety and security of customer belongings.
  • Park customer cars-return car to customer upon request
  • Handled all new employee training on parking safety, excellent customer care, and efficiency while parking and retrieving customer cars.
  • Greet and serve customers arriving and departing Drive customer cars to and from lots and entrances Perform inspections to ensure customer satisfaction
  • Resolve issues arising from customer cars that cannot be located, customer damage claims, and other similar problems.
  • Provide services for upwards of 50 top of the line customer cars per day with little to no supervision.
  • Parked customer cars when they cannot find parking or would like valet to park it for them.
  • Moved customer cars around the airport, when needed, with regards to space and speed requirements.
  • Job duties were to park and return customer cars to them in a timely and safe manner
  • Drive customer cars to and from dealership as well as clean cars up to Lexus standards
  • Operated, directed, and organized customer cars, retrieved taxis/cars/limo's for customers.
  • Parked and retrieved with one partner on average over 100 customer cars per shift.
  • Prepare service orders for customer repairs * Drive, park, and deliver customer cars
  • Worked at high paced and coordinated proper flow of customer cars.
  • Valet customer cars so they won't have to find parking.
  • Implemented customer services by parking, washing and delivering customer cars.
  • Parked and retrieved customer cars in high density parking lots.
  • Picked up and parked customer cars at a local hotel.
  • Valet parking of customer cars at an upscale restaurant.
  • Check in customer cars if they in for service.

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7. Retrieve Cars

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Here's how Retrieve Cars is used in Valet jobs:
  • Park and retrieve cars while maintaining an organizational standard
  • Park and retrieve cars to and from the garage by the residents request to any part of the building as preferred.
  • Park and retrieve cars, greet customers, organize vehicles, protect cars, manage parking area, and basic car servicing
  • Provide timely shuttle pick-ups and drop offs, also able to park and retrieve cars for the car's owner.
  • Park cars, protect keys, retrieve cars when guests are ready to leave, take luggage to guests rooms.
  • Valet: Provided Customer service, park and retrieve cars from parking lot when customer ready to leave.
  • Greet customers, exchange money for valet tickets, drive, park, and retrieve cars.
  • Help retrieve cars and return to the owner safely and help with anything else they need.
  • Worked in a team to safely and quickly park and retrieve cars for hospital guest.
  • Park cars for attendees, organized keys, retrieve cars, treating attendees kindly and respectfully
  • Park cars park and retrieve cars for the customer and helping customers with their luggage
  • Park cars for guests at hotel and retrieve cars for guests within their convenience.
  • Park and retrieve cars in under 3 minutes while continuing to be safe.
  • Park and Retrieve cars for customers along with loading and unloading their bags.
  • Parked and retrieve cars for customers in neat condition, provide excellent service.
  • Greet customers, assist them with bags, park and retrieve cars.
  • Park and retrieve cars for hotel guest and help them with their luggage
  • Run fast to retrieve cars and drive slow when presenting cars.
  • Park and retrieve cars in a fast but very safe manner.
  • Greet and help customers out of cars, park and retrieve cars

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8. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Valet jobs:
  • Promoted special events through effectively communicating with patrons and making public announcements.
  • Participate in special events, organizational planning and corporate development.
  • DOT card certification to drive the St. Joseph's Hospital shuttle when needed for special events and covering shifts.
  • Park and retrieve automobiles for customers at the hospital and restaurant parking lots during daily visits and special events.
  • Create and send out invoices to over 30 monthly accounts, as well as invoices for special events.
  • Organize special events such as tours, plays, and musicals as well as sports packages for residents.
  • Work at multiple locations as a valet and work as a team with other valets for special events.
  • Supervised employee scheduling, parking of customers' vehicles, and planning with restaurant management for special events.
  • Valet for special events including, but not limited to, concerts, charity events, and weddings
  • Managed Scheduling for daily, holiday, and special events for 717 parking, DMC branch.
  • Close coordination with other drivers to accommodate large groups of people at special events and restaurant.
  • Maximize revenue and occupancy space for restaurants, night clubs, hotels, and special events.
  • Maintained an up-to-date working knowledge of all resort amenities as well as any special events.
  • Park cars to pay for college, trusted with expensive cars at special events.
  • Be available /Be on call for special events (sporting events, concerts).
  • Provide courteous, professional valet parking and greeter services for trendy restaurants and special events
  • Plan special events, parties, and meetings, which may include booking entertainment.
  • Coordinated the scheduling of 4 -10 valet attendants between multiple venues and special events.
  • Coordinated valet services for special events such as weddings, conferences and hotel functions.
  • Valet Parking for special events and private parties, Standing and Running 6-8 Hours

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9. Car Doors

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Here's how Car Doors is used in Valet jobs:
  • Assist customers by opening their car doors and seeing them into the hospital/cancer center, with fast and friendly customer service.
  • Assisted guests with opening car doors, handling luggage and wheelchairs Referred guests to restaurants and shows in Hooters hotel.
  • Greeted and opened car doors for customers - Distributed tickets to incoming customers - Parked and retrieved customer vehicles upon request
  • Assist each guest into and out of their vehicles by opening/closing car doors, and retrieving/storing wheelchairs/strollers and belongings.
  • Greet customers, open hotel/car doors, park cars and bring cars up, keep a professional image.
  • Greeted customers and opened their car doors following all company procedures to ensure exceptional service and safety.
  • Open all car doors for anyone inside the car and welcome each and every person individually.
  • Provided services including opening car doors, assistance with wheelchairs, holding umbrellas, etc.
  • Greeted customers, opened car doors, and accepted their vehicle for parking.
  • Greeted high net worth customers and opened their car doors.
  • Greet incoming guests and open their car doors.
  • Greet customers and open their car doors.
  • Opened car doors for customers.
  • Opened car doors for all guests Parked and retrieved cars for guests in a speedy and safe manner.
  • Inspect vehicles to detect any damage Greet customers and open their car doors.
  • VALET ATTENDANT: Greeting Guest, opening and closing car doors for guest followed with a friendly goodbye.

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10. Private Parties

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Here's how Private Parties is used in Valet jobs:
  • Park cars for private parties, hospitals, corporate events, hotels, country clubs, restaurants, and shopping centers.
  • Work Private parties where we took care of all aspects of parking vehicles and assisting the elderly to get wherever needed.
  • Provided reliable transportation for private parties, weddings, and corporate events * Managed a team of five drivers for 60+ events
  • Entrusted to park cars at Park Meadows retail resort, local restaurants, an apartment complex and private parties.
  • Valeted mostly at Eddie Merlot's in Downtown Louisville, along with private parties, events and weddings.
  • Park customers' cars for weddings, birthdays, and various other private parties around the Bay Area.
  • Worked under high pressure situations as valet attendant at corporate businesses, private parties, and hospitals.
  • Provided professional valet and parking services at restaurants, event venues, automobile dealerships and private parties
  • Traveled around the Orange County area for private parties, restaurants, and other events.
  • Led the set-up and operation of numerous events, private parties, weddings and fundraisers.
  • Supervised 40+ valets offering parking services for restaurants, private parties and corporate events.
  • Provided valet services to multiple restaurants and private parties across the San Francisco peninsula.
  • Pool side eatery, food running, vehicle valet, supervising private parties
  • Provided valet service for several private parties and organized parking areas.
  • Work private parties and valet Cars along with greeting guest.
  • Work at private parties in addition to country clubs.
  • Provide Valet Parking for private parties and events.
  • Parked Cars for private parties and hotels.
  • Valeted for restaurants and private parties.
  • Worked various valet jobs: private parties, weddings, the mall, hospital ER, etc.

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11. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Valet jobs:
  • Provided excellent customer service as front desk representative and managed reservations and maintained a professional attitude under high pressure situations.
  • Acted as liaison between sales, front desk, and service departments effectively coordinating interactions and communicating operational suggestions.
  • Inspect and monitor reserved rooms and verify availability with front desk, engineering and housekeeping departments.
  • Welcomed and served residents at front desk providing excellent customer service and telephone etiquette.
  • Front desk duties include the checking in and out of guests, handling luggage, some concierge duties and valet.
  • Interact with guest at the hotel, greet and help walk-in guest to the front desk when not busy.
  • Assisted the front desk as necessary allowing members to receive a friendly greeting/check-in and prompt attention to their needs.
  • Carry out errands for front desk as requested, interact with guests to ensure satisfaction with stay at resort.
  • Helped the front desk assist people who were staying at the RB Inn and helped people with any concerns.
  • Park Cars* Assist guests with luggage* Drive guest's to their destination* Help hotel front desk with guest's problems
  • Check identification and confirm with the front desk and/or residents whether to admit the visitor on the property.
  • Trained and monitored numerous new hires in daily front desk and most recent bell stand processes and operations.
  • Park and retrieve cars while making sure they get checked in and out with the front desk staff.
  • Assisted at the front desk checking members in and scheduling classes/training sessions during staff shortages.
  • Promoted to server after 6 months front desk work and memorization of the complete menu.
  • Assist customers with luggage from vehicle, taxi or private transportation to the front desk.
  • Work closely with and assists Front Desk, Valet, Bell Desk and PBX.
  • Escort Guests belongings to room or front desk for bell man when needed.
  • Assisted with front desk book keeping and business relations for the company.
  • Front desk sales associate when the gift shop was overwhelmed or busy.

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12. Guest Cars

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Here's how Guest Cars is used in Valet jobs:
  • Parked guest cars, helped with baggage, and all security needs such as checkpoints, reports, and claims.
  • Charge guest cars to the UOG report and review closely with night Audit at the hotel staff.
  • Park guest cars and retrieve upon request from Hotel Guest as well as Casino Guest.
  • Pick up guest cars when they arrive and take them to designated parking areas.
  • Park and retrieve guest cars, Help Guest to rooms, Customer Service.
  • Parked guest cars in safe and efficient manner while attending designated parking area
  • Help guest with their luggage, parked and bring up guest cars.
  • Managed guest cars, and responsible for proper billing of their stay.
  • Write up tickets for guest* Park guest cars*Retrieve guest cars*Sweep the drive
  • Manned valet stand and retrieved guest cars from lots when requested.
  • Valet hotel guest cars upon check in and check out.
  • Cash handling Captain Running audit Park guest cars Customer service
  • Parked guest cars (stick and automatic).
  • Dispatch bellman to retrieve or park guest cars.
  • Park guest cars and return cars to guest.
  • Dispatch attendants to retrieve guest cars and shuttles.
  • Park and retrieve guest cars from assigned location.
  • Parked guest cars and offered customer service.
  • Valet park residents and guest cars.
  • Operate and carefully drive guest cars to parking Answered phone calls, set up taxis, and gave guest directions.

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13. Vehicle Damage

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Here's how Vehicle Damage is used in Valet jobs:
  • Documented existing vehicle damage and contents.
  • Inspected for and record on the repair order any vehicle damage present when the vehicle is taken in for service.
  • Managed parking expenses and vehicle damage claims of over $500 and daily shift logs upon closing of shifts.
  • Assessed and documented any vehicle damage before taking possession of vehicle and giving customer a valet receipt ticket.
  • Provided accurate and timely documentation of vehicle checks, vehicle damage, and other conditions prior to service.
  • Monitor surroundings to detect potential hazards, while patrolling parking areas to prevent vehicle damage and property thefts.
  • Performed service recovery for claims regarding vehicle damage and service breakdown by front line employees.
  • Patrol parking areas in order to prevent vehicle damage and vehicle or property thefts.
  • Accomplishments-Denied a claim with a vehicle damage survey I filled out prior.
  • Assessed and documented of any vehicle damage prior to taking possession.
  • Research and complete required documentation on any vehicle damage claims.
  • Perform exterior inspection of vehicle and document any vehicle damage.
  • Reported any vehicle damage to the valet supervisor.
  • Handle and resolve customer vehicle damage claims effectively and professionally Park and retrieve customer's vehicles while safeguarding client property.

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14. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Valet jobs:
  • Provided valet parking services in accordance with company policies on safety and service
  • Parked and retrieved customer automobiles in strict accordance with company policies.
  • Retrieved and delivered customer vehicles according to company policies and procedures.
  • Ensured that all company policies and procedures were meticulously followed
  • Performed orientations of new hires, informing them of company policies, procedures, benefits and other relevant information.
  • Help customers understand company policies and move them along in a quick and friendly fashion.
  • Handled valet tickets, keys, and equipment in accordance with company policies.
  • Follow and maintain company policies at company venues managed by Prime Valet.
  • Do daily shift report(s) according to company policies.
  • Ensured safety and followed all company policies and procedures.
  • Executed company policies and etiquette through great customer service.
  • Maintained keys, and equipment in accordance with company policies Anticipated the unique needs of each customer.
  • Coached part time staff to foster and ensure compliance with company policies and procedures.
  • Developed and implemented employee handbook, company policies, and procedures.
  • Performed exceptional customer service Parked customer vehicles in a safe and timely manner Delivered customer vehicles according to company policies and procedures
  • Provided valet parking services to safely and efficiently move guestautomobiles to a designated parking location while followingcompany policies and procedures.

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15. Greeting Guests

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Here's how Greeting Guests is used in Valet jobs:
  • Provided a welcoming environment while greeting guests and going the extra mile while assisting guests.
  • Assist with bell hop responsibilities of greeting guests and assisting with luggage.
  • Demonstrate my communication skills by greeting guests as they arrive.
  • Fulfilled bellhop duties including greeting guests and transporting luggage.
  • Job description: Valet Manager: Responsible for greeting guests as well helping Guests with luggage.
  • Premier Parking Greeting guests, parking and retrieving cars
  • Job requirements Greeting guests upon arrival.
  • Valet Drive Greeting guests and they enter and leave parking garage Keep track of vehicle location via tickets Park and retrieve vehicles

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16. Ticket Stubs

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Here's how Ticket Stubs is used in Valet jobs:
  • Issue ticket stubs, or place numbered tags on windshields, and give customers matching tags for locating parked vehicles.
  • Greeted guests, parked, retrieved & issued ticket stubs for locating their vehicles in the parking garage.
  • Tallied multiple categories of ticket stubs ensuring customer accounts match according to the daily log.
  • Used camera surveillance to locate cars upon retrieval, along with ticket stubs and keys.
  • Issued ticket stubs and gave customers matching tags for accurate delivery of vehicles.
  • Greeted and communicated with patients and issued them ticket stubs for their vehicles.
  • Issued ticket stubs and gave customers matching tags for locating parking vehicles.
  • Greeted customers and issued them ticket stubs for their vehicles.
  • Issue ticket stubs or place number tags on vehicles.
  • Audited funds according to amount of ticket stubs purchased.
  • Issued ticket stubs to customers and parked vehicles.
  • Assign ticket stubs to customer.
  • Complete ticket stubs for cars.Collect tips and divide amongst other co-workers.
  • Trained new-hire valets Greet and assist customers Issue ticket stubs and place numbered tags on windshields Park and retrieve automobiles for customers

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17. Retrieve Automobiles

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Here's how Retrieve Automobiles is used in Valet jobs:
  • Park and retrieve automobiles for patients/customers in parking garage and various car lots.
  • Park and Retrieve automobiles for guests and clients long term & short term.
  • Call valet attendants to park and retrieve automobiles for hotel guests.
  • Park all automobiles and retrieve automobiles to customers wanting service.
  • Park and retrieve automobiles for customers in parking lots
  • Park and retrieve automobiles for service department of BMW dealership - Provide customers with basic service needs
  • Park and retrieve automobiles for customers Secured parking premises for patrons and property Provided customer service

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18. Customer Complaints

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Here's how Customer Complaints is used in Valet jobs:
  • Assist other managers in handling customer complaints and other day-to-day operations.
  • Manage customer complaints and concerns effectively and promptly.
  • Report customer complaints to upper management.
  • Parked Cars* Cashier* Resolved customer complaints
  • Resolved customer complaints timely and accurately, providing all information a customer needed to understand that their problem will be corrected.
  • Oversee customer needs at all locations including accident claims, missing property claims, and any other customer complaints.
  • Managed, trained, and scheduled 7-10 employees, while also resolving customer complaints.
  • Maintain clean and orderly checkout area and area and resolve customer complaints.
  • Assist customers and patients to appropriate venues and handle all customer complaints.
  • Assisted customers with car checkout and check-in, processed customer complaints.
  • Received and handled customer complaints and dealt with them accordingly.
  • Addressed customer complaints in a prompt and polite manner.
  • Greet customers at door help with any customer complaints.
  • Handled customer complaints and calmly resolved the situation.
  • Responded to inquiries and resolved any customer complaints.
  • Handle all customer complaints and employee issues.
  • Handled customer complaints and accident reports.
  • Answered customerrequests and resolved customer complaints.
  • Handle the responsibilities of responding to customer complaints and planning valet operational plans and strategies.
  • Valet: safely drive vehicles for guests Successfully interacted with customers Guaranteed positive customer experiences and resolved all customer complaints.

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19. Vehicle Doors

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Here's how Vehicle Doors is used in Valet jobs:
  • Open vehicle doors, take keys and give slip to customer and proceed in parking vehicle in appropriate space.
  • Greet all guest, open the vehicle doors, explain procedures and ask if guest needs information.
  • Welcome guests or visitors, open vehicle doors, take keys, give ticket and park vehicle.
  • Open vehicle doors, assist guests with luggage, and timely retrieve vehicles upon request
  • Open and close vehicle doors for guests arriving or departing the premises.
  • Greet customers and open vehicle doors, providing great customer service.
  • Open and close all vehicle doors for guests/visitors arriving/departing the location.
  • Opened all vehicle doors for drop-offs and pick-ups.
  • Greet all guests, and open vehicle doors.
  • Open and close vehicle doors for arriving or departing guests Record visitor name and hand out ticket

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20. Storage Garages

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Here's how Storage Garages is used in Valet jobs:
  • Parked and retrieved automobiles for guests in parking lots and storage garages Calculated parking charges and collected fees from customers.

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21. Space Usage

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Here's how Space Usage is used in Valet jobs:
  • Keep parking areas clean and orderly to ensure that space usage is maximized.
  • Keep parking areas clean and orderly to ensure that space usage is maximized.
  • Maintain upkeep of the lot to ensure space usage and cleanliness.

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22. Guest Luggage

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Here's how Guest Luggage is used in Valet jobs:
  • Greeted guests that were checking into the hotel and took guest luggage to their rooms.
  • Unloaded guest luggage, escort guest to room, retrieving guest luggage.
  • Dispatch bellmen to guest rooms to retrieve or deliver guest luggage.
  • Store and deliver guest luggage, as well as any packages.
  • Valet cars, greet guest and also assist with guest luggage.
  • Assisted in securing guest luggage and valuables and loss prevention.
  • Handled guest luggage and golf equipment upon arrival and departure.
  • Assist on Guest luggage's and Valet parking.
  • Transport guest luggage to and from guest rooms.
  • Delivered guest luggage from vehicle to room.
  • Unload guest luggage from vehicle onto carts.
  • Unload guest luggage onto bell service carts.
  • Prepare guest luggage on bell cart and take to the room, park and retreive vehicle upon the guest's request.
  • Identify and explain room features to guests.Transport guest luggage to and from guest rooms and/or designated bell area.
  • Deliver packages and amenities to guests; handling and storage of all guest luggages.
  • Coat check and the storing of the guest luggage .
  • Assist with guest luggage Park and redeem guest vehicles safely to and from designated parking areas Insure safety of guests and associates
  • Park and retrieve guests cars Deliver Guest luggage to the guest's room Give directions to local restaurants and stores
  • Greet guest amongst arrival and departure Load guest luggage Park and retrieve guest vehicle

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23. Guest Automobiles

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Here's how Guest Automobiles is used in Valet jobs:
  • Offered parking services to safely and efficiently move guest automobiles to a designated parking location while following company policies and procedures.
  • Provide valet parking services too safely and efficiently move guest automobiles to designated parking areas.
  • Provided valet parking services safely and efficiently, by moving guest automobiles, while following Company policies and procedures.
  • Parked and retrieved guest automobiles.
  • Provide exceptional service to all guests and potential guests Advocate valet parking services to safely and efficiently move guest automobiles
  • Job Detail Description: Safely and efficiently move guest automobiles to a designated parking location.
  • Executed valet parkingservices to safely and efficiently move guest automobiles to a designated parking location while followingcompany policies and procedures.

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24. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Valet jobs:
  • Delivered cash deposits for management and coordinated phone calls between customers and upper management.
  • Welcomed guests, assisted with check in, provided information about local entertainment, handled money transactions, handled phone calls.
  • Conducted many office tasks such as answered and directed telephone calls, take messages, file and organized customer services.
  • Manage the valet booth by inputting tickets into CVPS, greeting departing guests, and answering guests' phone calls.
  • Performed basic office duties on a temporary basis; phone calls, emails, mail, and filing.
  • Manage, track and control incoming telephone calls, inquires and written communications for Senior Executives.
  • Helped with office duties such as sorting mail, making phone calls, scheduling appointments.
  • Parked the customers vehicles, answered phone calls, cleaned and re-stocked facility.
  • Answered phone calls and responded to emails from both employees and customers.
  • Communicate with families on a weekly basis through phone calls and e-mails.
  • Answer all phone calls quickly and according to Preferred Hotels standards.
  • Field department phone calls and delegate to valet staff and bellmen.
  • Answered telephone calls from guests requiring cleaning or pressing services.
  • Answer incoming telephone calls, filing, and data entry.
  • Answer phone calls and also help the valets with cars.
  • Answer phone calls in a timely and professional manner
  • Answer phone calls, Answers customers questions.
  • Answered phone calls regarding services including dry cleaning, maid services, and dog walking.
  • Answered department telephone calls within 3 rings, using correct salutations and telephone etiquette.
  • Answered telephone calls , Retrieve car keys for guest and valet runners.

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25. Timely Fashion

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Here's how Timely Fashion is used in Valet jobs:
  • Worked with the Car Runners to insure vehicles were retrieved in a safe & timely fashion - satisfactory to the guest.
  • Greet customers and park their cars in the safest yet timely fashion.
  • Park and pull around guest vehicles in a respectfully timely fashion.
  • Retrieve and deliver vehicle to customer in timely fashion.
  • Valet all incoming guests' cars in a timely fashion, Shuttle guests to destinations within a 15 mile radius.
  • Greeted hundreds of guests a day in a timely fashion while attempting to put a smile on every guests face.
  • Park and retrieve customer's cars in a timely fashion and assist customers with wheelchairs, walkers, etc.
  • Assisted in managing a group of drivers to park and deliver cars in a timely fashion.
  • Managed guest requests in a timely fashion to both new and existing customers building strong relations.
  • Retrieve cars in a timely fashion and set cars up according to how they are going out
  • Provided good customer service by taking member orders and delivering food in a timely fashion.
  • Park and retrieve cars in a timely fashion while providing great customer service.
  • Retrieve vehicle in a timely fashion when customer arrives to pick up.
  • Insure safe parking and return of client vehicles in a timely fashion.
  • Park and return guests vehicles in a timely fashion with professionalism.
  • Parked cars in a timely fashion and returned them promptly.
  • Move and retrieve customers' vehicles in a timely fashion.
  • Parked and retrieved costumer cars in a timely fashion
  • Parked cars in a timely fashion.
  • Deliver messages, orders and complete assigned errands in a timely fashion for guests and residents Assist physically challenged guests and residents

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26. Positive Attitude

average Demand
Here's how Positive Attitude is used in Valet jobs:
  • Ensured a satisfactory experience for customers by maintaining a positive attitude and providing expedited, efficient service.
  • Employed non-traditional managerial techniques to foster positive attitude and company morale.
  • Clock everybody in/out while keeping a positive attitude.
  • Have to greet every customer with a smile and positive attitude, manage cars and know where they are parked.
  • Maintain upbeat and positive attitude, positive energy and enthusiasm from one interaction to the next.
  • Provided fast and friendly service, maintain a positive attitude, opening doors and overall courtesy.
  • Maintain a positive attitude in extreme weather conditions of cold or very hot temperatures.
  • Provided excellent customer service to the guest with an upbeat and positive attitude.
  • Maintain a positive attitude at all times, especially with unhappy guests.
  • Displayed strong work ethic and maintained positive attitude when dealing with guests.
  • Greeted customers with a positive attitude that was maintained at all times.
  • Greet and welcomes all guest with a positive attitude.
  • Greet patients and promoted positive attitude with customers.
  • Greet customers/guests with a positive attitude and welcoming smile.Met incoming customers and provided immediate assistance.
  • Greeted and welcomed customers with a positive attitude Safely parked and returned customer vehicles
  • Provide customer service in a timely manner with a warm and positive attitude.
  • Greeted each guest with an positive attitude that made their stay more enjoyable
  • Park cars and delivered cars to customer Accomplishments Team work and positive attitude Skills Used Customer service and communication

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27. New Car Lot

average Demand
Here's how New Car Lot is used in Valet jobs:
  • Park and retrieve automobiles for customers in parking lots, storage garages, or new car lots.
  • Parked and retrieved automobiles for customers in parking lots, storage garages and new car lots.
  • Park car in parking lot, storage garage, or new car lot Collect parking fee from customer.

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28. High Volume

average Demand
Here's how High Volume is used in Valet jobs:
  • Coordinated logistics and customer satisfaction for a high volume valet establishment.
  • Parked and retrieved cars, and collected payments from customers at a fast-paced, high volume parking lot in downtown Roswell.
  • Maintained effective communication between restaurant managers and valet staff to meet the exceptional needs of our customers and high volume levels.
  • Provided service to up to 120 customers at once in a fast-paced, high volume of traffic area.
  • Greet and assist guests and safely transport vehicles to designated parking areas for a high volume hotel property.
  • Worked in a fast paced, constantly changing work environment with a high volume of people and vehicles.
  • Parked Guest vehicles at a high volume twelve hundred room Hotel in a major downtown metropolitan city.
  • Managed the inventory of keys and car locations during the heaviest shift of all high volume days.
  • Managed a high volume workload, meeting all deadlines within a prestige high-rise residential garage.
  • Process high volumes of tickets both arriving and departing in an efficient and prompt manner.
  • Managed a high volume of vehicles efficiently and responsibly in a fast paced environment.
  • Organize and direct all valet services for a high volume restaurant and marina.
  • Asked to join fine dining high volume seasonal restaurant to organize valet staff.
  • Control high volume motor lobby and coordinate luggage drops with bell staff.
  • Parked and pulled cars in high paced environment with high volume numbers.
  • Led several small and large teams during high volume private events.
  • Organized high volume of vehicles in fast pace environment.
  • Prioritize, organize and multitask in high volume situations.
  • Helped develop several tactics to incorporate high volume sales.
  • Maintained smooth operations during high volume hours.

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29. Travel Information

low Demand
Here's how Travel Information is used in Valet jobs:
  • Assisted customers with travel information.
  • Supplied guests with travel information, such as transportation rates, routes and schedules.
  • Provided guests with directions, travel information, or points of interest.
  • Assisted guests with directions, travel information, and other information.
  • Offered directions, travel information, and other information to guests.
  • Offered guests with directions and travel information.
  • Assist guests with travel information.

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30. Data Entry

low Demand
Here's how Data Entry is used in Valet jobs:
  • Maintain and keep accurate data entry as all new vehicles arrive each day.
  • Do inventory, data entry and reports as needed.
  • Valet parking, data entry and greeted customers Target
  • Park cars, customer service, data entry.
  • Trained newly hired employees for Data Entry.
  • Performed data entry, filed parking tickets.
  • Learned basic computer data entry skills Excel, Quickbooks, etc.
  • Manage customer keys Data entry Created a pleasant working environment
  • Facilitated guests payments Data entry Process guest complaints
  • Determine weather or not someone was able to drive Organized paper work Handled data entry
  • Greet guests Assist guests with requesting their parked vehicle Make change for guests/data entry
  • Manage overnight shift Handle credit and cash payments Provide exceptional customer service Transport guest vehicle to and from the garage Data entry
  • Resolved customer issues for Gaylord Opryland Cash handling and data entry Processing billing information Daily inventory audits
  • Cash Handling Data Entry Document Key Long Computer Use/File Work Copy and Fax Use Clerical

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31. VIP

low Demand
Here's how VIP is used in Valet jobs:
  • Accommodate high profile VIP guests including government officials, celebrities, and royalty at Wynn/Encore's exclusive Tower Suites Hotel valet.
  • Communicated with VIP guests daily and provided high levels of customer service to check guests in and out.
  • Organized parking and valet services for VIP guests at several high profile locations across the Bay Area.
  • Performed a wide array of tasks to meet any and all needs of identified VIP guests.
  • Ensured extraordinary customer service satisfaction for VIP Members needs as Valet Lot Lead.
  • Anticipate guests' service requirements and provide help to individuals and VIP clients.
  • Dispatched limo drivers to transport VIP guests in the company's vehicles.
  • Delivered a VIP customer service experience to over 100 guests per day
  • Boosted profits with the implementation of a VIP Parking.
  • Transported our VIP guest to/from airport and wherever needed.
  • Treat every guests as if they were VIP.
  • Supervised employees; parked and retrieved VIP vehicles.
  • Welcomed all guests and recognized VIP's.
  • Booked transportation for VIP guests and executives.
  • Get the dinner reservations so i would know my VIP's parking with me on certain nights.
  • Provided professional customer service care through direct interactions with VIP guests.
  • Checked in and parked high end cars for guests and VIP's.
  • Directed guests at Biltmore Fashion Park and Scottsdale Fashion Square Persuaded wealthy guests to buy VIP spots at Scottsdale Fashion Square.
  • Parked and retrieved cars while ensuring all guests were satisfied Assisted supervisors in dealings with VIP customers Research:
  • Worked high profile events such as Seattle Seahawks games catering to VIP customers.

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32. Potential Guests

low Demand
Here's how Potential Guests is used in Valet jobs:
  • Supply services to guests and potential guests by assisting them in a friendly, time efficient, polite and professional manner.
  • Provide exceptional assistance to all guest and potential guests, parking vehicles in a specified area.
  • Offered exceptional service to all guests and potential guests.
  • Increased tour sales by engaging potential guests with needed information and desirable destinations for their trolley experiences
  • Provided exceptional service to guests and potential guests by assisting them in a friendly, efficient, courteous and professional manner.
  • Provided valet parking services safely and efficiently Provided exceptional service to all guests and potential guests Assisted guests with loading and unloading
  • Provided exceptional service to all guests and potential guests byassisting them in a friendly, efficient, courteous and professionalmanner.

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33. Special Needs Guests

low Demand
Here's how Special Needs Guests is used in Valet jobs:
  • Assisted disabled and special needs guests.
  • Assisted disabled and special needs guests.

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34. Genuine Desire

low Demand
Here's how Genuine Desire is used in Valet jobs:
  • Greeted and anticipated the needs of the guest and demonstrated a genuine desire to meet and exceed them.
  • Open and close doors for guest along with demonstrating a genuine desire to meet and exceed them.
  • Anticipated guest needs and demonstrated a genuine desire to meet and exceed their expectations.
  • Anticipated guest requirements and demonstrated a genuine desire to meet and exceed them.
  • Anticipate guest requirements and demonstrate a genuine desire to meet and exceed them.

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35. Marriott

low Demand
Here's how Marriott is used in Valet jobs:
  • Direct liaison between Republic Parking Northwest and client Courtyard Marriott-Tacoma.
  • Interacted with clients and customers on a daily basis building rapport and created more loyalty to the Marriott brand.
  • Cashier and Valet driving in different company locations like Smart Financial event center and Marriott Marquis Hotel Downtown Houston.
  • Park & retrieve rental or personal vehicles & hail taxicabs for guests at the Pioneer Square Courtyard Marriott Hotel.
  • Represented Marriott and the Ritz Carlton Atlanta in a professional and courteous manner at all times.
  • Accommodate Marriott employees to help with the guests overall hotel experience.
  • Parked and retrieved cars for guests at the Indianapolis Marriott Hotel.
  • Valet car and trucks for the Marriott Dallas hotel.
  • Parked cars at JW Marriott for guests.
  • Transferred from the Esmerelda to Coronado Marriott by same company after graduating high school.
  • Operated Valet service at Hampton Inn, Riverplace and Courtyard Marriott.
  • Valet parking for the Courtyard Marriott in Fort Lauderdale.
  • Valet Attendant Primary responsibility was to park cars for the residents at The Marriott hotel at the Grand Chateau.

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36. People

low Demand
Here's how People is used in Valet jobs:
  • Entrusted with club members' luxury vehicles* Interacted with high profile elderly people daily* Displayed person-ability, befriended many upper-class club members
  • Assisted people in parking their cars as well as assisting the door man in giving people directions and helping get taxis.
  • Acquired experience working with people as well as expert skills at maneuvering and spacing of fine, and not-so-fine automobiles.
  • Provide excellent customer service with a high level of respect for both the people attending the event and their vehicles.
  • Valet people's cars when they arrived at hotel and also I took their luggage up to their room.
  • Trained new employees and kept the rush running smoothly by making sure people were getting the correct cars.
  • Provided strong customer service, catering to a broad base of people from the elderly to special dignitaries.
  • Valet is always a group of people that work mainly Hustle harder to make our check full.
  • Worked at the trump Park in Stamford Ct; and valet for people in the entertainment industry.
  • Cashier, answer phone, valet cars, organize keys, write up tickets, help people.
  • Assist disabled people with ease-of-access to the hospital, and provide thorough service for all customers.
  • Parked people's cars in a concise and quick fashion and retrieving vehicles when needed.
  • Lead events ranging from 15 people all the way to 400 plus people in attendance.
  • Expedited transfer and sales process between salespeople and customers through clear communication and direction.
  • Put the valet signs out in the morning so people know where to valet.
  • Be the first person most people talk to when they are entering the hotel.
  • Practiced learning people's names and faces to provide a more quality experience.
  • Valet park vehicles, transport people in wheel chairs to departments in the hospital
  • Picked up peoples garbage from their door and brought it to the dumpster.
  • Provided excellent customer service -Managed crews of up to eight people at a time

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37. Local Attractions

low Demand
Here's how Local Attractions is used in Valet jobs:
  • Researched and recommended local attractions.
  • Assist with loading and unloading luggage, provide information in regard to hotel facilities and events, and directions to local attractions
  • Greeted guests, quickly and efficiently parked vehicles, served as cashier, directed guests to local attractions.
  • Answered guest's questions about hotels amenities and provided information about local businesses and local attractions.
  • Anticipated and responded to guest requirements, and assisted visitors with local attractions and directions.
  • General customer service, assist guests with luggage and direction to local attractions.
  • Assisted guests with luggage and recommended local attractions.
  • Informed guests of local attractions and directions.
  • Transport guests within Resort and Local attractions.
  • Inform guests of local attractions and hotel ammenities.
  • Provided information in regard to the hotel s facilities and events, anddirections to local attractions.Salary: $9 plus tips

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38. Open Doors

low Demand
Here's how Open Doors is used in Valet jobs:
  • Pull cars up for departing customers, open doors, help with luggage, and give directions and final farewell.
  • Open doors for customers, present parking ticket, load luggage, and keep the driveway presentable.
  • Valet patients cars, open doors, help nurses with patients to their vehicles at the Surgery Center
  • Greet patrons, open doors, park & retrieve customer vehicles and assist individuals with taxis.
  • Open doors and assist guest/ visitors entering and exiting their vehicles, whole loading unloading luggage.
  • Provide professional customer service to entering customers, Open doors and greet with a smile.
  • Provide Customer Service: Open Doors, Help With Baggage and Medical Equipment etc.
  • Open doors and greet customers and assist with luggage and check in of hotel.
  • Be courteous to guests as they arrive, hold open doors for them.
  • Park and retrieve cars, open doors and assist guest with their luggage.
  • Open doors for them put anything they need in there vehicle.
  • Open doors and greet customers as they enter or exit vehicle.
  • Open doors and assist guests and visitors entering and leaving resort.
  • Open doors to car when customers came back for their vehicles.
  • Open doors for the guest and patiently wait car side.
  • Open doors and assist guests/visitors entering and leaving property.
  • Open doors & offer assistance when needed.
  • Open doors for residents and guest.
  • Open doors and greet patients.
  • Open doors and greet customers Use hand signals and lights to direct patrons into open spots

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39. Service Drive

low Demand
Here's how Service Drive is used in Valet jobs:
  • Assisted customers in service drive, provided a courtesy shuttle and supported the rental car department.
  • Coordinated the training, pickup, delivery and work schedules of four additional valet service drivers.
  • Wash cars and deliver them to the service drive for customer pick up.
  • Maintained a constant presence on our service drive to greet and assist customers.
  • Manage, operate, and organize the service drive to the companies standards.
  • Operated as hotel shuttle service driver to and from surrounding resorts and attractions.
  • Assisted with housekeeping on the service drive keeping it clean and clear.
  • Retrieve and return vehicles to and from the service drive.
  • Clean the service driveway to ensure a tidy environment.
  • Organized work stations to improve efficiency of service drive.
  • Greeted guests as they entered the service drive.
  • Maintain flow of traffic on the service drive.
  • Clean service drive and make it look presentable.
  • Maintain service drive organized and flowing.
  • Provide customer service Drive and park carsKeep personal appearance
  • Directed traffic on the service drive and dispatched advisors accordingly.

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40. Ticket Numbers

low Demand
Here's how Ticket Numbers is used in Valet jobs:
  • Operate front desk by calling ticket numbers over the radio as needed and assisting guest with any questions or special request.
  • Assisted with transport operation tasks as required Retrieved all cars, announced guest name and matched claim ticket numbers.
  • Retrieved all cars, announced guest name and matched claim ticket numbers.
  • Greet Customers, Write ticket numbers, park and retrieve customer vehicles.
  • Issue out ticket numbers for vehicles and unload luggage if needed.
  • Compared ticket numbers of incoming cars against invoice.

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41. Customer Relations

low Demand
Here's how Customer Relations is used in Valet jobs:
  • Communicated and built excellent customer relationships, maintained outstanding professionalism with management and customers.
  • Delivered excellent customer relations to ensure a positive experience.
  • Established solid customer relationships by learning - and remembering - names and car makes and styles to strengthen exceptional service.
  • Provided customer service with excellent customer relations skills, while enhancing the experience of the guest at the hotel.
  • Learned the importance of customer relations, money management, organization skills, and safety management.
  • Assist management with information, forms, and reports related so customer relations.
  • Park cars for hospital visitors, assisted with wheel chairs, promoted customer relations
  • Managed customer relations and problem solved issues for hotel guests.
  • Focus is directed on delivering front line customer relations.
  • Worked to improve customer relations with clientele.
  • Park and retrieve customers vehicles Maintain good customer relations
  • Managed customer relations , financial matters and the safety program.
  • Greeted customers -Provided customer service while utilizing customer relations -Safely parked and retrieved customer vehicles
  • Promoted good customer relationships Successfully greeted and engaged with customers Provided the best valet experience
  • Performed parking of high end vehicles Maintained customer relationships Handled cash transactions
  • Developed positive customer relationship through friendly greetings and excellent services.

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42. Visitor Inquiries

low Demand
Here's how Visitor Inquiries is used in Valet jobs:
  • Respond to all guest/visitor inquiries and resolve service discrepancies accordingly.
  • Trained new employees, helped construct schedules, managed money Assisted to all guest and visitor inquiries and resolved complaints accordingly
  • Responded to all guest and visitor inquiries and resolve complaints accordingly.
  • Respond to all guest and visitor inquiries upon parking vehicle.
  • Valet Driver -Parked vehicles in selected areas efficiently and safely -Respond to all guest and visitor inquiries and resolve complaints accordingly
  • Respond to all guest and visitor inquiries and resolve complaints accordingly.

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43. Front Drive

low Demand
Here's how Front Drive is used in Valet jobs:
  • Park & pick up cars for guest -control the front drive check in guest with their luggage and car with tickets.
  • Assist Bell Stand and Valet during peak hours to ensure front drive runs smoothly and all guests are attended to.
  • Maintain an assertive awareness of the front drive area and look for opportunities to initiate service.
  • Audit keys, receive/park vehicles, clean front drive, provide customer service, provide bell service
  • Supervised Hotel Front Drive Valet Operations Efficiently Supervised a Team of 2 to 5 valets.
  • Monitor and maintain the appearance and overall cleanliness of the front drive and parking areas.
  • Parked cars and drove them to the front driveway for this who valeted their car.
  • Receive phone requests from guests to have their vehicles taken to the front drive.
  • Front Drive Parking Cars and greeting the Ladies and Gentlemen who stayed there.
  • Display a professional posture and post up in designated area on front drive.
  • Delegate consistent traffic flow of the front drive.
  • Audit keys, receive/park vehicles, manage front drive
  • Cleaned the front drive and parking areas.
  • Maintained proper front drive protocol.
  • Greet guests as they arrive and welcome them in Assist guests with luggage when they arrive at front drive.

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44. Vehicle Information

low Demand
Here's how Vehicle Information is used in Valet jobs:
  • Document all vehicle information, transferring information from valet ticket to computer.
  • Prepared valet tickets with guests personal vehicle information.
  • Filled out tickets accurately with vehicle information.
  • Preformed various actions on the hotel's database including entering material regarding billing and vehicle information pertaining to each guest.
  • Input vehicle information into Computerized Valet Parking Systems (CVPS) and arranges all outgoing tickets in the queue.
  • Record guest name, vehicle information, and secure the guest keys for parking.
  • Process tickets (enter vehicle information, owner name, and date).
  • Enter vehicle information into the database in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Entered, edited and revised vehicle information into the system.
  • Record guest and vehicle information onto ticket and computer.
  • Assist Service Writers with customer and vehicle information.
  • Check in guest information and vehicle information.
  • Perform vehicle check and document vehicle information.
  • Log guest/vehicle information in the company database.
  • Fill out guest and vehicle information.
  • Logged guest and vehicle information into system, and performed routine vehicle and propertychecks to maintain security.
  • Key audit customers keys while keeping record of their vehicle information Parked and Retrieved customers vehicles.
  • Invoice vehicle information Transport customers to desired location Vehicle maintenance; Wash, wax, and interior care
  • Greet Customers Log vehicle information Park and retrieve vehicles Constant awareness of surroundings

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45. Computer System

low Demand
Here's how Computer System is used in Valet jobs:
  • Performed damage checks and input information into computer system.
  • Processed customer transactions in to computer system.
  • Provide customer service and also traffic control process customer key into the computer system when they enter through valet
  • Manage customer transactions, audit shift income and update in computer system for the next person.
  • Input all car, key, and parking spot information into computer system.
  • Clean, input valet tickets information into the computer system.
  • Put customers in loaner cars in computer system.
  • Post and adjust charges in hotel computer system.
  • Scan keys in and out of computer system.
  • Input vehicle data into company computer system.
  • Manage finances, answered calls, schedule launches, operated computer system (worked with Quickbooks).
  • Input the tickets information in our computer system.

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46. Hand Signals

low Demand
Here's how Hand Signals is used in Valet jobs:
  • Direct motorists to parking areas or parking spaces, using hand signals or flashlights as necessary.
  • Use hand signals, batons and lights to direct costumers vehicles in available parking spots.
  • Direct motorists to parking areas or parking spaces, using hand signals or flashlights as necessary.

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47. Travel Directions

low Demand
Here's how Travel Directions is used in Valet jobs:
  • Provide travel directions and information on property events and promotions.
  • Provide information and travel directions to those who may not be aware of the area.
  • Provide travel directions and information at Netflix Inc. property events and promotions.
  • Provide travel directions and taxi service when requested.
  • Provided guests with proper travel directions.
  • Offer travel directions and event information.
  • Parked guests cars and provided guests with proper travel directions Cleaned and maintain work areas
  • Provide accurate information to customers in regards to tourist attractions, fine dining, and travel directions around New Orleans.

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48. Professional Appearance

low Demand
Here's how Professional Appearance is used in Valet jobs:
  • Meet and greet residents with exceptional customer service while maintaining a professional appearance.
  • Maintain professional appearance and positive demeanor.
  • Maintain a high level of professional appearance, demeanor, and ethics in dealing both with guests, co-workers and subordinates.
  • Maintained a high level of professional appearance, demeanor, ethics, and image of self and subordinates.
  • Served food and drinks at private events while maintaining a company standard professional appearance.
  • Maintain professional appearance and tend to customers every need.
  • Greeted customers with friendly smile and professional appearance.
  • Provided professional appearance and salutations to all guests Ensured vehicles were driven and managed with professional care
  • Maintained professional appearance while executing the upmost respect towards customers Cash Transactions on a daily basis
  • Park and retrieve patron s vehicles promptly Assist with luggage Maintain professional appearance and provide excellent customer service

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20 Most Common Skill for a Valet

Retrieve Guest Vehicles39.8%
Credit Card Transactions33.3%
Guest Satisfaction4.3%
Customer Service4%
Greeting Customers3.9%
Customer Cars2.3%
Retrieve Cars1.4%
Special Events1.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Valet

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Retrieve Guest Vehicles
Retrieve Guest Vehicles
35.3%
35.3%
2
2
Credit Card Transactions
Credit Card Transactions
29.5%
29.5%
3
3
Guest Satisfaction
Guest Satisfaction
3.8%
3.8%
4
4
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.6%
3.6%
5
5
Greeting Customers
Greeting Customers
3.5%
3.5%
6
6
Customer Cars
Customer Cars
2%
2%
7
7
Retrieve Cars
Retrieve Cars
1.2%
1.2%
8
8
Special Events
Special Events
0.9%
0.9%
9
9
Car Doors
Car Doors
0.9%
0.9%
10
10
Private Parties
Private Parties
0.9%
0.9%
11
11
Front Desk
Front Desk
0.9%
0.9%
12
12
Guest Cars
Guest Cars
0.8%
0.8%
13
13
Vehicle Damage
Vehicle Damage
0.8%
0.8%
14
14
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.8%
0.8%
15
15
Greeting Guests
Greeting Guests
0.7%
0.7%
16
16
Ticket Stubs
Ticket Stubs
0.7%
0.7%
17
17
Retrieve Automobiles
Retrieve Automobiles
0.6%
0.6%
18
18
Customer Complaints
Customer Complaints
0.6%
0.6%
19
19
Vehicle Doors
Vehicle Doors
0.6%
0.6%
20
20
Storage Garages
Storage Garages
0.6%
0.6%
21
21
Space Usage
Space Usage
0.6%
0.6%
22
22
Guest Luggage
Guest Luggage
0.6%
0.6%
23
23
Guest Automobiles
Guest Automobiles
0.5%
0.5%
24
24
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.5%
0.5%
25
25
Timely Fashion
Timely Fashion
0.5%
0.5%
26
26
Positive Attitude
Positive Attitude
0.5%
0.5%
27
27
New Car Lot
New Car Lot
0.5%
0.5%
28
28
High Volume
High Volume
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Travel Information
Travel Information
0.4%
0.4%
30
30
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.4%
0.4%
31
31
VIP
VIP
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
Potential Guests
Potential Guests
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
Special Needs Guests
Special Needs Guests
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Genuine Desire
Genuine Desire
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Marriott
Marriott
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
People
People
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Local Attractions
Local Attractions
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Open Doors
Open Doors
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Service Drive
Service Drive
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Ticket Numbers
Ticket Numbers
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Customer Relations
Customer Relations
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Visitor Inquiries
Visitor Inquiries
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Front Drive
Front Drive
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Vehicle Information
Vehicle Information
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Computer System
Computer System
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Hand Signals
Hand Signals
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Travel Directions
Travel Directions
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
Professional Appearance
Professional Appearance
0.3%
0.3%

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