Hyatt Information Technology Coordinator (Full-Time) in SAN DIEGO, California


At Hyatt, we believe our guest select Hyatt because of our caring and attentive associates who are focused on providing efficient service and meaningful experiences.

The Information Technology Coordinator is responsible for providing technical support to hotel associates and management in assisting them in utilizing Hyatt technology to achieve their goals. This position is responsible for the ongoing support and maintenance of the Local Area Networks within the building. Responsibilities include installation and support of server based software, developing server/product migration plans, and troubleshooting problems. This role also installs and maintains hotel IT hardware and software in accordance with Hyatt standards. The role utilizes defined processes, procedures and protocols to uphold the security, structure and integrity of hotel networks and systems. In addition, the role performs required IT maintenance and upgrades with minimal disruption to hotel operations, and maintains proper backups for supported systems.

This role focuses on the day-to-day availability and functionality of IT systems in the hotel and resolves standard user issues.

Hyatt associates work in an environment that demands exceptional performance yet reaps great rewards. Whether it’s career opportunities, job enrichment or a supportive work environment, if you are ready for this challenge, then we are ready for you.

* Open availability including weekends. * 2 years IT helpdesk or similar support experience preferred. * Hotel IT or Operations experience a plus. * Experience in dealing with multiple and diverse stakeholders, including hotel associates, guests and management. * Strong IT, time management, and communication skills.

Primary Location: US-CA-San Diego
Organization: Grand Hyatt San Diego
Pay Basis: Hourly
Job Level: Full-time
Job: Technology
Req ID: SAN021234

Hyatt is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, age, religion, disability, veteran status, genetic information, citizenship status or any other group protected by law.