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Revenue Manager – Boutique Hotel in Marble Arch

  • Job Location

    London

  • Duration

    Permanent

  • Job Benefits

    £40000.00/annum




Description

Revenue Manager – Boutique Hotel in Marble Arch

Salary: £40,000

RESPONSIBILITIES

· Manage the day-to-day operations, as well as strategically guide the Revenue department to achieve team and organizational goals

· Lead cross functional decision making of all revenue generating departments including Sales and Marketing, Rooms and Food and Beverage departments

· Gather and analyse statistics, yield information and all other relevant information in order to identify potential new business, markets and trends, and to minimise risk

· Prepare a market segment outlook and maintain on a daily basis by monitoring actual results versus forecast for plan achievement

· Ensure information regarding pricing strategies is communicated to the reservations and front office departments in a timely manner

· Complete and analyse month-end reports

· Continually analyze transient booking patterns through GDS and recognize trends and their relevance to one another

· Conduct weekly rate/sell strategy (yield) meetings with General Manager, DOS, Reservations Team Leader, Finance Manager.

· Contribute to the development of the transient/group portion of the hotel's marketing plan Participate in the preparations of the transient rooms budgets - actively involved in the total rooms budget

· Shop area competitors to evaluate rate pricing, availability, and package/discount options

REQUIREMENTS

· Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in Sales and Marketing, Revenue Management, Hospitality or related field

· Minimum 2/3 years’ experience in similar position ideally form small boutique property

· Previous Revenue Management or Pricing experience is essential.

· Strategic orientation, as well as good problem solving, administrative and interpersonal skills

· Well-developed computer skills particularly in the use of MS Office (excel), Outlook and Opera

In line with the requirements set by the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of the eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process





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