Types Of Management And Careers

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Describe the various types of management and careers that can be offered within each industry (lodging, and food and beverage).

The Hospitality Industry is a very broad. There are numerous Departments and job opportunities within the industry, and each of those Departments needs talented Manager for the accomplishment of the Job. Lodging, such as resorts, motels, hotels, cruises, is one of the largest employers in the hospitality industry. There are many employment opportunities, and different routes seized within this industry such as Regional Manager, General Manager, Human Resource, Assistant General Manager, Guest Services Manager, Housekeeping Manager, Sales Management, etc...
The Regional Manager: The RM Manager is one of the
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Guest Service Manager: The Front Office Manager oversees all the Front Desk Operation, which includes customer problem resolution, department communications, and staff scheduling.
Housekeeping Manager: The Housekeeping Manager job is planning, organizing, and developing the overall operation of the housekeeping department. He must also ensure that guest care is maintained.
Sales Manager: Manages sales of the company’s products and services. He also ensures consistent, profitable growth in sales revenues through positive planning, deployment and management of sales personnel. Identifies objectives, strategies, and action plans to improve short- and long-term sales and earnings. (cpsa.com)
The F&B Management on the other hands falls under the hospitality degree umbrella programs. It has a much defined Management Department such as F&B Director, Restaurant Manager, Executive Chef, Catering Manager, etc...
The F&B Director: The Director of Food & Beverage handles and coordinate all phases of group meeting and banquet functions held in the Hotel on the daily basis. He assists clients in program planning and menu selection. He also monitors the overall restaurant operations.
Restaurant Manager: Oversees all restaurant daily activities include managing staff, menus, advertisings, guest service, beverage control and liquor law compliance. Other duties including scheduling, hiring, and training employees.
Executive Chef: The Chef handles
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