Britannia Hotels

Night Manager - Horley

Location
Horley
Salary
Competitive Salary
Posted
11 Oct 2016
Closes
07 Nov 2016
Job Type
Full Time

The Airport Inn, Gatwick - Horley 

Britannia Hotels is the fastest expanding independent UK hotel group, currently we have 51 hotels (and growing) and 6 Pontins Holiday Parks. A fiercely independent, innovative and thriving company, our success has been built on the can-do attitude of the people who work for us.

Role Title:           Night Manager

Reporting To:    General Manager

Main Responsibilities

  • To provide training for all night personnel on standards and procedures.
  • To ensure effective communication on nights in all areas and to read and sign all communications issued.
  • To be aware of the weekly business within the hotel and to ensure that the night team are aware on a nightly basis of all business within the hotel.
  • To have thorough knowledge of all systems and procedures used within the hotel and department and to provide support as and when required.
  • To ensure that public areas are cleaned and security and floor checks are carried out on a regular basis.
  • To ensure that fire evacuation procedures are fully understood and that the team know their positions in the event of fire evacuation.
  • To ensure information regarding porterage, wake up calls and breakfast boxes are passed onto the relevant people and actioned.

Person Specification

  • Similar experience in a 100+ bedroom hotel or 1 year's experience as Night Manager.
  • You must be hard working and able to communicate with all line managers, staff and guests.
  • Self motivating who can develop and supervise a team.
  • Respond accordingly to guests needs.

Employee Benefits

  • 28 days holiday including bank holidays per annum
  • Discounted weekend breaks
  • Regular Appraisals
  • Pension Scheme
  • Meals on duty
  • Uniforms (Hotel based staff only)
  • Accelerated promotion prospects

Britannia Hotels are an Equal Opportunities employer and applicants from non-EEC countries will require work permits or permission to work issued by the Home Office.