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Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
August 15, 2012 (CUOPM)
Three nationals, Shanda Labega, Mavis Daniel, and Althester Gordon, have been employed by Christophe Harbour to support a variety of departments within the resort development on the southeast peninsula, a company statement said.
Shanda Labega replaces Kat Brownsdon who had been the Christophe Harbour Concierge since the development opened in 2008.
In one of the more visible roles at Christophe Harbour, Shanda Labega has been named Christophe Harbour Concierge. Her role will require coordinating every aspect of an owner or guest’s visit from booking accommodation and dining reservations to organizing activities across St. Kitts. Labega’s long-standing relationships within the St. Kitts community will enable her to provide unique experiences and exemplary service for Christophe Harbour owners, guests, and prospective investors.
Mavis Daniel has joined the Christophe Harbour construction team as the administrative assistant. With her office administration background and customer service experience, Mavis will support the managers as well as work with outside contractors in the construction, facilities, utility, information technology, fleet, and warehouse operations.
Althester Gordon will work as a pool and maintenance technician across all aspects of the development. His duties will include pool service and maintenance at The Pavilion and Turtle Beach Bungalows, but also support the facilities maintenance operation at all Christophe Harbour facilities, including the Beach House restaurant.
“Hiring three new employees is yet another example of the positive momentum Christophe Harbour is experiencing in 2012 and an indication that the project is very much moving in the right direction,” said Bill Lee, chief operating officer.
“These new staff members bring their individualized skill and enthusiasm to an already great team, which will contribute to the progress of one of the largest resort development projects currently underway anywhere in the Caribbean. We are fortunate to hire exceptional, competent and capable employees from within the local workforce whenever possible.”
2 thoughts on “St. Kitts’ Christophe Harbour Hires Three Nationals”
LMAO! Plenty more people in St. Kitts and Nevis, have the skills…they just don’t have the political connections to get those “highly skilled” jobs like a “pool technician”.
How many brains it tek to clean dem pool.
What kind a chubble is this. You mean to tell me that they can only find 3 persons in the whole federation with skills needed on this HUGE project.
Sounds like somebody is getting lot of backhanders.