Job ID 17947
Offered Salary 10000
Career Level Manager
Experience 6 Years
Industry Hotels / Restaurant
Qualifications Degree Bachelor
The job of a hotel manager demands extraordinary leadership and communication abilities. The position requires a deep understanding of the best practices for hotel management, data entry software, and customer care. This job description entails the setting of short-term strategic goals as well as reviewing daily business reports.
The hotel manager’s responsibilities include managing financial resources and human resources. They are responsible for ensuring the hotel’s financial stability, as well as dealing with the concerns of customers and complaints. The minimum requirement is a manager’s bachelor’s degree in hospitality or a related field.
Responsibilities Hotel Manager
As a hotel manager, you’ll have to:
- Plan and arrange the accommodation, catering, and other hotel-related services.
- Market and promote the business
- Manage budgets and financial plans, and manage the expenditure
- Maintained financial and statistical documents.
- Set and meet profits and sales targets
- review sales data and design strategies for revenue and market management
- Train, recruit, and supervise personnel
Duties and Responsibilities
- Create work schedules for individual members and teams.
- Meet and meet customers and
- handle customer complaints and complaints,
- solve the issue and troubleshoot it accordingly.
- To ensure conferences and events go without a hitch.
- Oversee the maintenance, supply, renovations, and furniture
- contract with suppliers and contractors.
- Ensure your property’s security
- and conduct inspections of properties and other services.
- Ensure you comply with licensing regulations to comply with licensing laws, health and safety rules, and other restrictions imposed by law.
Hours of operation
The hours you work will be different depending on the kind of hotel you work at and the hotel’s location. However, the job is one of the unsocial hours, such as late hours. Weekend days and bank holidays are all likely to be part of your daily routine. Work hours can be very long and limit your time with family and friends.