Doorperson or Luggage Porter

Assists guests in an accommodation establishment or passengers in a transport terminal by attending to and carrying luggage, welcoming and escorting guests, and attending to their general needs on arrival and departure.
Training time - No data available -
Average pay $35,310
Employment prospects Moderate
Employment size 700

What does a Doorperson or Luggage Porter do?

  • serving and selling beverages
  • taking food orders and serving food
  • clearing used dishes, cutlery and glassware from dining and drinking areas
  • providing gaming services within casinos and other gaming establishments
  • supervising and coordinating the activities of hotel porters and other hotel staff
  • explaining and enforcing safety regulations in hotels
  • carrying luggage and escorting guests
  • may book tours, taxis and restaurants for guests

Related courses

Government-subsidised training is marked with this symbol
Certificate II in Hospitality
Certificate I in Hospitality