Looking for an entry level job or internship in hospitality management? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
I recently visited Walt Disney World in Florida and had a great time in the park exploring everything from Space Mountain to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. It seems that exceeding expectations is the cornerstone of the Disney approach to hospitality. Disney is great at moving people through rides, making sure well-trained staff are available to answer any questions, and maintaining the park’s image with cleaning and painting. This flawless magical experience rides on the shoulders of their Hospitality Management team, who is responsible for ensuring that guests have the best experience possible.
A Hospitality Manager makes sure that the guests they are accommodating receive the best service possible. They cater to guests so that they feel most welcome wherever the service is rendered, which could be anywhere from hotels to restaurants, to museums, to parks. Hospitality Managers can specialize within a range of different industries:
While a typical day varies for a Hospitality Manager, it generally involved long hours and it might include these tasks:
A Hospitality Manager makes between $28,442 – $114,780 per year on average. Furthermore, the middle 50 percent of Hotel Managers earn salaries between $67,439 and $123,699. After a couple of years you can go on to become a General Manager, Regional ($44,870-$175,143 on average per year), Resort Manager ($25,491-$101,269 on average per year), Vice President, Operations ($61,916-$233,489 on average per year).
Here are some hot spots for hospitality managers:
To be a Hospitality Manager you’ll need a bachelor’s degree in hotel or hospitality management. You might even consider getting a master’s degree in a specialty area or an MBA if you’d like to become an Executive Hospitality Manager. Beyond that you’ll need to be able to take things in stride, have a great friendly open personality, and be a good leader and listener. You should also have solid financial skills.
If Hospitality Management still sounds like your cup of tea, here are a few things you should do to get started.
|UBER Part Time Driver - Drive When You Want|
Uber Driving Partners Sarasota, FL
|UberEATS Part Time Delivery - Bike|
UberEATS Englewood, CO
|Hospitality - Become an Telesales Account Manager|
CDW Fountain Hills, AZ
|Entry Level Manager Management Trainee Hospitality / Restaurant|
Zeus Business Consultants Orlando, FL
|General Manager, Culinary and Hospitality - N - NCD|
Kindred Healthcare San Francisco, CA
|Director of Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality|
Illinois State University Normal, IL
|Retail / Restaurant / Hospitality Experience Wanted - Account Manager|
Global Consulting Omaha, NE
|Distribution Center Laborer|
Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc. Leesport, PA
|Credit Consultant- Inside Sales|
Progrexion Oklahoma City, OK
|Lyft Driver (No Experience Needed) - $500 Bonus|
Lyft Brisbane, CA
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