The Corporate Director of Hotel Operations reports directly to the SVP of Hotels for Ensemble Services. The Corporate Director of Operations works directly with the Hotel operational teams and is their direct contact for the hotel operations disciplines including Rooms and Food and Beverage for the Managed Hotel Portfolio. The Corporate Director will lead the hotel teams to improve operational performance both financially and through guest and employee satisfaction using a variety of tools that include the Brand resources, tracking evolving trends and better understanding the current economic environment.  Assists with all aspects of the managed Hotel portfolio and assists with new builds and transitions. Manages multiple, deadline-oriented tasks in fast-paced environment.

DUTIES not limited to but including the following (* duties are considered essential functions):


REQUIRED SKILLS: Prior General Manager Experience from a large hotel with complex Rooms and Food and beverage operations.  Strong Food and Beverage Acumen.  Experience working with multiple branded hotels.  Must be willing and able to travel several days a month. Must be a team player with the ability to adjust to changing situations and priorities. Must be able to adapt to ever changing technology. Ability to keep one’s self organized. Self-discipline, critical thinking skills and the ability to self-direct. Exercises superb attention to detail. Adheres to high quality standards in all written and oral communications. Cooperates fully with instructions from management.  Keeps abreast of latest industry products, services and best practices.  Maintains ability to work both independently and with others in a professional, productive and cooperative manner. Maintain familiarity with and follow all company policies and procedures.  Prior regional or multi-property experience preferred




EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent required.  Ten or more years of on property Hotel and Hospitality experience required. College degree preferred.

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