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Hotel or Resort General Manager

The General Manager is responsible for overseeing all operations within the property and is absolutely key to the success of the organisation.

Responsibilities include leading and motivating staff, setting and meeting budgets and exceeding revenue targets and driving the organisations sales and marketing strategy. It is a glamorous and fast paced role which also involves lots of networking opportunities and attendance at events - it is definitely not your traditional 9-5 role but is an incredibly rewarding position if you are willing to work hard.

Events Manager

An Events Manager is responsible for creating, planning and executing events such as festivals, exhibitions, conferences, concerts and private parties.

As an Events Manager, you will find yourself in charge of all aspects of event coordination, including research and conceptualisation; venue layout and design; marketing and branding; budgeting, liaising with suppliers; organising logistical elements;networking and securing sponsorship, amongst many other varied tasks. It is a competitive industry, but many opportunities for exist in the public, private and not for profit sectors, both at event companies or in house for an organisation.

HR Manager

Act as the link between an organisations management and its employees.

HR is primarily focused on people management, with the HR manager acting as a link between an organisations management and its employees. The HR manager is generally responsible for recruiting staff, liaising with senior executives for strategic planning, and implementing and evaluating employee policies and practices.

Revenue Manager

Revenue managers are responsible for developing strategies and processes that will increase the company's revenue.

Revenue Managers work closely with company executives and managers to implement the recommended strategies and processes. Today, nearly all Revenue Managers are also corporate leaders who train and guide staff. It is an integral role as every decision the Revenue Manager makes will ultimately impact on the hotel's profitability.

Rooms Division Manager

Rooms division managers looks after guest services, housekeeping and front office.

Room Division Managers work closely with the reservations department and also lead and control the general front of house operations, including reception, concierge and night management.

Director, Sales & Marketing

Plan and direct all sales and marketing activities.

The Director of Sales and Marketing is generally responsible for planning and directing all sales and marketing activities for the organisation. This includes developing the overarching strategy, creating and setting sales targets, monitoring target markets and observing competitor activities.

Duty Manager

Oversee the maintenance and overall safety procedures of an organisation.

Duty managers typically handle the security and oversee the maintenance and overall safety procedures of the organisation.They are also responsible for greeting VIP guests, checking cleanliness of public areas and working with other departments to maintain proper front office functions and assist reception.

Food & Beverage Manager

Food & Beverage Managers plan, organise and control the operations of restaurants, bars and cafes.

Food & Beverage Managers are responsible for forecasting and managing all food and beverage orders, staff and financial requirements. They are also responsible for ensuring an excellent guest experience, so great customer and management skills are paramount to the role.

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The General Manager is responsible for overseeing all operations within the property and is absolutely key to the success of the organisation.

Responsibilities include leading and motivating staff, setting and meeting budgets and exceeding revenue targets and driving the organisations sales and marketing strategy. It is a glamorous and fast paced role which also involves lots of networking opportunities and attendance at events - it is definitely not your traditional 9-5 role but is an incredibly rewarding position if you are willing to work hard.

An Events Manager is responsible for creating, planning and executing events such as festivals, exhibitions, conferences, concerts and private parties.

As an Events Manager, you will find yourself in charge of all aspects of event coordination, including research and conceptualisation; venue layout and design; marketing and branding; budgeting, liaising with suppliers; organising logistical elements;networking and securing sponsorship, amongst many other varied tasks. It is a competitive industry, but many opportunities for exist in the public, private and not for profit sectors, both at event companies or in house for an organisation.

Act as the link between an organisations management and its employees.

HR is primarily focused on people management, with the HR manager acting as a link between an organisations management and its employees. The HR manager is generally responsible for recruiting staff, liaising with senior executives for strategic planning, and implementing and evaluating employee policies and practices.

Revenue managers are responsible for developing strategies and processes that will increase the company's revenue.

Revenue Managers work closely with company executives and managers to implement the recommended strategies and processes. Today, nearly all Revenue Managers are also corporate leaders who train and guide staff. It is an integral role as every decision the Revenue Manager makes will ultimately impact on the hotel's profitability.

Rooms division managers looks after guest services, housekeeping and front office.

Room Division Managers work closely with the reservations department and also lead and control the general front of house operations, including reception, concierge and night management.

Plan and direct all sales and marketing activities.

The Director of Sales and Marketing is generally responsible for planning and directing all sales and marketing activities for the organisation. This includes developing the overarching strategy, creating and setting sales targets, monitoring target markets and observing competitor activities.

Oversee the maintenance and overall safety procedures of an organisation.

Duty managers typically handle the security and oversee the maintenance and overall safety procedures of the organisation.They are also responsible for greeting VIP guests, checking cleanliness of public areas and working with other departments to maintain proper front office functions and assist reception.

Food & Beverage Managers plan, organise and control the operations of restaurants, bars and cafes.

Food & Beverage Managers are responsible for forecasting and managing all food and beverage orders, staff and financial requirements. They are also responsible for ensuring an excellent guest experience, so great customer and management skills are paramount to the role.
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