Hilton Garden Inn Bothell managed by Northwest x Southern Hospitality (NSH) is currently interviewing people for a Laundry Attendant position! We offer our team members a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and continuous opportunities for advancement. Are you considering a career in hospitality and interested in an entry-level position? If so, apply today! How we can elevate your career: Advancement: Most importantly, we are passionate about our people. We're not just interested in today. We also prepare our employees for the future. When you work at one of our properties, you'll be able to work your way up the ladder. Teamwork: Experience what it feels like to be part of an empowered team. Be inspired by those around you to be your best each day. If you like the sound of that, if you love having fun on the job and want to work with people who feel the same way, if you want a career you can count on, apply today. Summary of position: The primary purpose of this position is to assure the proper washing and drying of laundry. This includes operating washing and drying equipment, loading and unloading from machines, measuring and administering cleaning agents to laundry per product specifications, and folding and storing fresh linens. When necessary, will assist in housekeeping as a House Person or Room Attendant. Qualifications: Prior hotel or hospitality experience preferred but not required. We offer a competitive salary based on position and experience; opportunities for an Incentive Bonus! Benefits include team member travel discounts, entertainment discounts, flexible work schedules, generous PTO plans and more! Potential for promotional opportunities to other NSH properties including Marriott, Hilton, Hyatt & IHG brands. To learn more about our company please visit our web site at Northwest x Southern Hospitality is an Equal Opportunity Employer, offering employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, religion, age, sex, veteran status, or other classifications protected by law.