What does an Attendant do?

Attendants perform a variety of customer support and service tasks in a broad range of settings, including hotels, dining establishments, parking operations, outdoor facilities, and retail businesses. They assist clients, provide information, and ensure orderly and efficient operations. Some attendant positions also involve performing maintenance or housekeeping duties or fulfilling a security role. They complete and organize paperwork and documentation. They may be responsible for maintaining inventory and ordering supplies.

Attendants have a high school diploma, and often have a background in customer relations, maintenance, or logistics. These roles require excellent customer relations skills and strong attention to detail. Some roles may involve standing for long periods of time or performing physically strenuous tasks. Must be able to remain focused and organized in a fast-paced environment.

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Average Years of Experience

0 - 1
9%
2 - 4
5%
5 - 7
0%
8+
86%

Common Skill Sets

Excellent Customer Service
English Language
Interpersonal and Communication
Positive Attitude
Written Communication
Schedules
Dexterity
Microsoft Office Suite

Attendant Seniority Levels

Team Member
18% made the transition
Cashier
37% made the transition
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Attendant Salaries

Average Base Pay

$27,117 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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$20K
Median: $27K
$37K
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