What's it like to be a Hotel Manager?
A Hotel Manager is responsible for supervising and controlling the operations of hotels and motels.
Hotel Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operations of a hotel and its staff. This means they are often in charge of the financial management of hotel services.
Hotel Managers must have excellent customer service and problem solving skills. It is common for hotel managers to work in the evenings, on weekends and on public holidays.
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How to become a Hotel Manager
- Ensure you have experience in addition to a qualification in hospitality management. This may be a Diploma of Hospitality Management (SIT50416) or an Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management (SIT60316).
- Work your way up to become a Hotel Manager. Employers generally view a degree-level qualification in management, such as a Bachelor of Business (Hotel Management) or a Bachelor of Hospitality Management very favourably.
- Hotel Managers with experience can move up to become an operations director or guest services director.
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