Description de l'offre
Fix Term Maternity Cover for 1 year for ibis Rotherham
What about to cover a maternity leave for one year and become the interim leader of this ibis hotel in Rotherham….
Shopping? Relaxing? Working? Whatever our guest is here for, ibis Rotherham has 86 Sweet Bed rooms. Plus our café and bar will keep you fed and watered any time of the day: perfect after a shop-til-you-drop extravaganza.
If you’re a born leader, with the confidence to take control and get things done. As an inspiring and strategic leader, You live and breathe the ibis brand, and your team and guests will love you, as well as your manager and your owner.
You are just what we are looking for... Your mission: Oversees the day to day operations in accordance with company standards, mission statement, vision and values. Talents, Guests and financial performance, are the key priorities. Manages strategies, goals and objectives, monitoring financial and operational plans for the hotels while, managing, growing and fostering positive owner relations. Optimises commercial activities to deliver budget EBITDA
Ibis and its people
Simplicity, Modernity, Well-being
Acteurs, the Ibis staff training and professional development programme , enables staff to:
- become more professional by acquiring new skills,
- learn a second profession,
- be more independent in guest relations,
- receive recognition for their skills
Level of Education Bachelor / Licence
Areas of study Hospitality Management
Professional experiences 3 to 5 years
Languages essential English
Essential and optional requirements
PERSONALITY AND SKILLS:
-Always giving your best smile
-Passionate about delivering a great guest experience
-Read to lead by example, coach and motivate your team
-Natural leadership, ready to empower, motivate and coach the team to deliver an outstanding guest experience
-Driven to constantly improve your performance
-Business smart and astute
You must be eligible to live and work in the UK to apply for this position and be in possession of a current work visa. In line with the requirements set by the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of the eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process.