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Position Title: Full Time Hotel Sales & Revenue Manager
What are we looking for?
The ideal candidate must have a thorough understanding of Global Distribution Systems; Hotel Property Management System and Hotel Property Sales and Catering Management Systems.
-~Hotel Sales and Marketing Experience~
-Excellent English writing skills
-Rock star on the phone
-Must have high speed internet and a computer with at least 8GB ram
-Quiet space without any background noise
A typical day consists of:
Perform the duties of property management system software functionality and reporting expert. One Yield certification required. Proficient with Marsha; HPP; CITY; MRDW and EPIC. Responsible for being point of contact in maintaining the Revenue Management systems.
Formulate and execute Yield Management decisions and make adjustments accordingly that result in positive market share gains for the hotel.
Responsible for 90-day forecast and accuracy within a 3' guideline.
Review group blocks, monitor pick-up, cut-off dates using Property Management System (Lightspeed); balance with Sales & Catering Management System.
Maintain and provide point of contact support for Internet booking mechanism on property website (interface with e-commerce manager for assistance).
Prepare reports for the hotel and corporate office including: Weekly Monday Report; End of Month; Reservation Sales Reports; Internet Booking Report, etc.
How to apply?
-Look at the attached file and tell us your answer in your proposal.
Read the text below and record your voice, upload it somewhere on the internet then add a link to your proposal,
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Tuesday released a list of thousands of additional goods that could face 10% tariffs after a public comment period. It includes fruit and vegetables, handbags, refrigerators, rain jackets and baseball gloves.
The move comes after the United States imposed 25% tariffs on Chinese goods worth $34 billion last Friday. Beijing immediately responded with its own tariffs on US goods worth $34 billion.
Tuesday's action makes good on a threat President Donald Trump made last month. He directed Lighthizer to identify $200 billion in Chinese goods for tariffs if China retaliated against US penalties that are meant to punish the country for intellectual property theft.