Join NIIHM For A Lucrative Career
NIIHM strives to provide a dynamic learning environment along with need-based professional training to aspiring hoteliers. Your bright career in hospitality begins here!
Hotel management is a service industry which focuses on serving the needs of its clients. Training in hotel management develops niche working skills which are transferable in the service industries. Hotel Managers are responsible for the efficient and profitable operation of their establishments.
1) Director of Restaurant Operations
2) Distribution Centre Manager
3) Field Deployment Services Manager
4) Director of Food Sales
5) Director of Dining Services
6) Restaurant, Hotel, Or Catering Operation
7) Kitchen Managers, Restaurant Managers, Lead Chefs, Bar Managers, Catering Supervisors, and Food and Beverage Directors, Catering Manager.
1) Director of Lodging Development
2) Meeting and Events Manager
3) General Manager
4) Guest Services Director
5) Vice President of Marketing
1) Casino Manager
2) Front Desk Manager
3) Resort Director
4) Director of Operations
5) Asset Manager
1) Corporate Recruiter
2) Director of Finance
3) Financial Analyst
4) Human Resources Director
5) Training Coordinator
1) Flight Attendant Jobs
2) Airline Administrative Support
3) Operations Agent
4) Regional Sales Manager
5) Flight Dispatcher
6) Ground / Airport Station Attendant
7) Passenger Service Agent
8) Sales Representative
Most hotels have key departments.
Under the supervision and guidance of the top management work the various departmental managers
Front office manager
The Catering department includes:
The Assistant Managers
Food and Beverage Manager
Restaurant and Food Service Managers
Executive Housekeeper are
The Chief Accountant
Projects growth in terms of business to arranging financial investments is the task of this department
Why Networking is Important. Having a well-established network has become an important part of our lives. The easiest way to expand your network is to build on the relationships with people you know; family, friends, classmates, colleagues and acquaintance’s. Actually, we are all expanding our networks daily. The hospitality industry places high importance on creating experiences and relationships with both customers and investors. Therefore, attending the events where you can meet people from the industry can contribute to the success of your own business.
1) To create an engaged network of restaurant, bar, floor managers, waiting staff and chefs working in King’s Cross, Euston & St Pancras hospitality businesses (including bars, restaurants, pubs, cafes and hotels)
2) To provide an opportunity for businesses to share current news and challenges
3) To organise informative talks from influencers within the hospitality industry
The Hospitality Industry is defined as a peoples oriented and a service oriented and a service oriented Industry which comprises the following:
MOVE OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE: Try to inj0vate and become creative in searching for opportunities within the industry. Make connections by professionalizing your efforts which will be part of your daily routine.
VENTURE OUT: Network with companies that are away from your sphere of activity. For example, if you’re the executive chef at Hyatt Regency San Francisco, try to network with people in the sales and marketing division.
BUILD RELATIONSHIPS AND GET PERSONAL: try to think how you can help or, connect someone else rather than just making connections. In other words, get to know the person you connect with by asking questions.
STAY IN TOUCH AND IN SIGHT: Forward articles that may be relevant to what they are looking for. For example, magazines such as the Lodging Magazines could have articles that are relevant to what people are in need of.
BECOME A NEXUS FOR INFORMATION, TRENDS AND PEOPLE– It’s always good to put people together by learning how to strategically reach out. For example, you could help customers benefit from product and services while making the connection.
BE YOUR OWN CEO: Invest in the networking process by putting you best foot forward. This would help you to realize that you’re a valuable contributor to the market. You could become a valuable contributor to the market by joining Linked-in/Plaxo. Also you could join a social networking site such Facebook on a more personal or, professional level.
IT TAKES WORK: It’s highly advisable to take the initiative to be determined and proactive when making decisions.