-Directly responsible for overseeing Food and Beverage Outlets,
Front Office, Culinary and resort operation.
-Represent the General Manager/Hotel Manager in his or her
-Deal in depth with the Hotel's challenges and opportunities.
-Able to Effectively utilizing a participative style - using
effective communication, timely coordination, problem solving and
- Regularly communicate, counsel, and assist in problem solving
with each manager.
-Through personal leadership and example, establish a friendly,
courteous, service-oriented approach to guests that is exhibited by
all hotel departments.
-Inspect all public corridors and outlets daily to ensure proper
-Conduct staff meetings.
-Conduct daily review of MOD log and provide prompt follow-up where
-Accurately review and approve weekly forecast concerning
-Learn, understand, and refer to the applicable Standard Operating
-Ensure Front Desk Upsell program is in place
-Ensure Shampoo schedule is given to housekeeping daily
-Review and approve all weekly schedules
-Ensure and promote safety and security of employees and guests at
-Handle, follow-up and respond to guest issues and complaints on
behalf of the General Manager.
-Attend resume meetings and make sure all VIP's are welcomed.
-Review monthly and daily service scores and follow-up accordingly
with department heads
-Assist in the development of annual operating budget. Assure
achievement of annual budget in revenues and profits. The budget is
an operating plan and defines required levels of achievement of the
General Manager and his or her staff
-Regularly review pricing and rate structures of food and beverage
and day of ADR. This includes cost of increases and competitive
pricing in room rates, restaurant, lounge and other areas. Assure
recommendation and implementation of price increases on a timely
basis as warranted
-Assist in the development of sales and marketing plans for Front
office packages and Food and Beverage promotions with Director of
Sales and Marketing.
-Drive, Review and monitor the success of F&B promotions and
programs with the Food & Beverage Director.
-Regularly review Front Office results in maximizing rooms revenue.
This includes a detailed review of results, identification of
problem areas and alternatives to correct the problem.
-Attend forecast, yield meetings and conduct weekly meeting with
each EC member
-Approve all purchase orders
-Ensure budget goals are met and/or exceeded
-Ensure all paperwork needed for daily assessment of monies spent
daily is correct and given in a timely fashion to Accounting
-Ensure the preparation and follow up of all service
-Participate in Safety Committee meetings.
-Daily review and follow-up in cash handling (overages/shortages)
-Conduct weekly P&L review and analysis.
-Review and follow-up Department Action Plans in weekly department
-Review and approve all Management Performance Reviews in your
discipline and wage increases accordingly, along with all
disciplinary action for associates, to include warnings,
Performance Improvement Reviews and Personnel Action Forms.
-Develop a method for weekly forecasting and planning of operating,
staffing and cost expenditures in line with forecasted sales and
costs. Follow up with department heads to assure compliance.
-Assure that level of experience; knowledge, and ability of all
hotel management meet the job requirement.
-Review cost controls and direct corrective actions to assure
adherence at all times.
Customer Satisfaction: Our customers are what we are about. One of
the keys to a positive guest experience is positive interaction
with Crescent staff. It is essential that you remain professional
at all times, and that you treat all guests and associates with
courtesy and respect, under all circumstances. Every Crescent
associate is a guest relations ambassador, every working minute of
For applicants who will be working in California, the anticipated
compensation range for the position is $100,000 (48.08 hourly) -
125,000 (62.50 hourly) . The salary offered to a successful
candidate will be dependent on several factors that may include,
but are not limited to years of experience within the job, years of
experience within the required industry, education, work location,
etc. Crescent Hotels is a multi-state employer and the salary
ranges indicated herein may not reflect positions that work only in