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Room Service Manager

Salary: £30000 - £30000
Job Type: F & B
Employment type: Permanent
Location: London - SE1
Reference: tk016
Expiry: 05/03/2020



Our client a large 4* hotel based in central London is looking for a Room Service Manager to join their team. This high volume hotel is looking for a creative, driven and passionate manager to lead one of its most successful and lucrative departments.

The successful Room Service Manager will come from a high volume and large bedroom background and have:

·Ability to lead and drive a large team

·Forecast and manage revenue streams such as the Mini Bar

·Provide an unrivalled guest experience

·Develop, manage, train and lead recruitment drives

·Work closely with the F&B Manager to ensure room menus are desirable

In return the successful candidate will receive:

·A competitive base salary with monthly service charge and quarterly bonus

·Discounted room and spa rates within the group and other fantastic benefits

·Excellent group and brand training

·Contributory pension scheme

If you are currently a Room Service Manager within a 500 to 600 bedroom property and looking for new challenge in a larger establishment this could be the opportunity for you. Please apply with your up to date CV

The ideal candidate will have worked within a similar environment. If you would like more information or would like to be considered please forward a copy of your CV to us. We look forward to hearing from you!

We value all applications, however due to the volume of response we are currently receiving, we are only able to contact candidates whose skills and experience closely match the requirements of our clients.

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