Hotel Assistant General Manager
199 N Comet st Telluride CO 81435 Telluride, CO 81435
Now Hiring a Hotel Assistant General Manager!
The Assistant General Manager will work with our Hotel General Manager to assist in preparing our property's annual budget, marketing plans, and monthly P&L reporting. This individual will participate in weekly yield revenue calls with the management company. The Hotel Assistant General Manager will assist in the direction of our property sales efforts and be hands-on with assisting our guests on a daily basis. The person in this Hotel Assistant General Manager position will help with the hiring and training of hourly employees of the property, working with them to improve their development and grow within our company.
- 3 years’ minimum experience as a Assistant General Manager of hotel operations in an Independent or Boutique Upscale Hotel environment, preference given for prior hotel Ski Destination experience
- Mountain Resort experience preferred
- Strong background in Food & Beverage preferred
- HOA knowledge preferred
- Bachelor's Degree preferred but not required
- Outstanding oral, written, and communication skills
- Solid track record of business and customer development
- Strong background in reservation sales, yield & revenue management
- Hands-on with hiring, training, and development of hotel staff and Managers
- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs essential
- Deep knowledge of HR requirements and regulatory agency requirements.
- Proven record of increasing all metrics, i.e. RevPar, GOP, GSS
Apply Today - Hotel Assistant General Manager in Telluride, Colorado!
Executive Recruiter | Hospitality Division
Karen Kern has worked in the Human Resource field her entire career. Karen is a goal-driven, results-oriented HR professional who consistently delivers value for clients and stakeholders at every level of the organization.
As a former Director of Human Resources with Marriott hotels, she possesses a solid understanding of the hotel industry. While hotels often incur high turnover, Karen found that totally unacceptable. Through her committed efforts, Karen was able to reduce turnover by 78% over a 10-year period by modifying the recruitment process, developing a mentoring program for new hires, integrating a supervisory training program, and organizing employee recognition programs.
Her LinkedIn recommendations provide testament to the high caliber of service she provides to her clients and candidates alike.