Assistant Hotel Manager
Are you ready to make memories and friends that last a lifetime? Whether you are looking to work just one ski season or even looking for a long term career then we are the company for you! If you are an enthusiastic and friendly person who has a 'can do, will do attitude' then we are looking for you to join our overseas team based in the stunning Alps of either France, Italy or Austria.
We can offer you the opportunity to live and work in one of the top ski resorts in the world with like- minded and professional colleagues.
As Assistant Hotel Manager you will be responsible for;
Assisting the Hotel Manager in managing the Chalet Hotel team in order to provide the best possible experience for each guest.
The management of the Housekeeping, Bar and Restaurant team to lead the team and direct them in line with guest expectations.
Maximising sales opportunities and to encourage your team to do the same.
Assisting the Senior Management team with training the staff at the hotel training venues.
Ensuring that all ‘Front of House’ and ‘Back of House’ areas are well presented.
Meeting with local suppliers to confirm the arrangements for orders and deliveries.
Assisting with the production of Health & Safety, Fire and Hygiene reports.
Compiling information about the resort and create the hotel notice boards and information files.
Completing the brochure accuracy report on the resort and hotel and submit to the Marketing Department in the UK.
Assist the Hotel Manager in ensuring the training and development of staff to maximise performance and maximise staff engagement.
Lead and inspire individuals to develop a highly motivated, committed team.
Ensuring Hotel Assistants are informed of their daily rotas.
Assisting the Hotel Manager with monitoring of performance of the hotel staff and provide continuous training.
Co-ordinating, organise and ensure the smooth running of the restaurant and its services, ensuring that it is prepared correctly and the required standards are met at every service during the week.
Supervise the daily housekeeping of the guest bedrooms and communal areas.
Monitor the housekeeping standards.
Ensure that all staff are provided with three adequate, balanced meals a day, seven days a week as stated in their terms and conditions.
Attend a weekly staff meeting; ensure that all staff are fully briefed regarding the following week’s arrivals.
Discussing any issues that have arisen and provide feedback from guest questionnaires.
Organising group activities for all staff to maintain good motivation and team spirit.
If you want the chance to live and work in the unique environment of the mountains and experience new opportunities, then we look forward to hearing from you.