Hotel General Manager
A General Manager is required for a City centre hotel in Birmingham, the role involves a wide range of responsibilities including: growing all Revenue using revenue management techniques and tools to outperform the local market, demonstrating sound commercial skills and excellence in financial disciplines. Compliance - to brand standard and legal requirements are a given for the General Manager. Creating and leading a motivated, engaged and high performing team and ensuring customer satisfaction measures are strong positive indicators of passion and service commitment.
Key Performance Indicators
The key performance behavioural requirements of the General Manager role include:
- Providing leadership which utilises the full potential of the team.
- Promoting effective relationships with individuals and other departments.
- Acquiring skills and knowledge relating to the job role.
- Setting measurable performance standards, objectives and goals to be achieved.
- Improving quality and service standards by paying attention to detail.
- Anticipating potential problems and business opportunities within the planning process.
- Demonstrating a systematic approach to organisation and administration.
- Focusing on producing results through encouraging high achievement.
The successful applicant must have previous experience as a General Manager within a branded environment, possess strong commercial acumen, have good knowledge of current legislation including Health and Safety, Food Safety, Liquor Licensing and Employment Law. The successful applicant must have proven experience in leading and motivating Managers and Team Members.
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