What's it like to be a Night Auditor?
Night Auditors are responsible for front desk reception duties at hotels during the night. They may also handle accounting or financial tasks, in addition to attending to the needs of customers that may arise overnight.
Tasks and duties
- Provide front-desk or reception services, such as checking in and checking out guests, making reservations, and responding to guest requests or complaints.
- Summarise and reconcile financial activity for the day, including cash and credit card transactions.
- Check financial records for accuracy.
- Ensure the establishment is stocked, safe and prepared for the following day’s business.
What can I earn as a Night Auditor?
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How to become a Night Auditor
- Consider completing a Diploma of Hospitality Management (SIT50416) to gain skills to leadership, rostering, and budgeting. Alternatively, many Night Auditors start out in an entry-level position, such as a Receptionist or Front Desk Clerk.
- Many training institutes have professional relationships with hotels where you can receive on-the-job training, and gain valuable work experience
- Maintain your professional membership of the Institute of Internal Auditors by completing 80 hours of continuing professional education every two years.
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