Christophe Harbour Continues Moves in the Right Direction

 
With another example of the positive momentum they have experienced in 2012. 
 
According to the Chief Operating Officer of the development, Mr. Bill Lee, was commenting on the recent hiring of three new staff members, (Shanda Labega, Mavis Daniel, and Althester Gordon) who will support a variety of departments within the resort. 
 
“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.”
 
Shanda Labega replaces Kat Brownsdon who had been the Christophe Harbour Concierge since the development opened in 2008.

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. 
 
An official from the company has also indicated that the new staff members are nationals of St. Kitts, adding to the primarily local workforce.

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