Night Manager (Arabic Speaking)
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Scheduled to debut in early 2017, Aloft Al Ain will be the first Starwood hotel to open in Al Ain.
Breeze into Al Ain and celebrate your style in the newest hotel in the city. Easy breezy adventures await, offering free Wi-Fi, outdoor rooftop pool and ever abuzz bars & restaurants. A short spin away from the Abu Dhabi and Dubai highways, as well as Al Ain’s International Airport the Aloft Al Ain will become the ideal hub for savvy travelers. Featuring spacious rooms, exciting food and beverage venues as well as free Wi-Fi, the hotel is part of a 500,000 square meter mixed-use development around the iconic Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium. The development will include office space, residential units, sports and family entertainment areas, retail shops and food and beverage venues.
The Night Manager is responsible assisting the Front Office Manager achieve the short and long term planning and day-to-day operations of the Front Office department. Specific duties include ensuring standards and procedures are consistently applied, in addition to coordinating activities with other departments in order to facilitate the achievement the Hotel's goals. The Night Manager will represent the Management during the night. The Night Manager provides leadership and support to all members of the Hotel and enforces the Hotel's Standards of Excellence in all areas are supervised.
•Highly professional in appearance, character and conduct
•Positive attitude and team spirit
•Effective interpersonal skills, resourcefulness and creativity
•Display passion for our guests and enthusiasm for the job
•Ability to work under pressure and to adjust to flexible working hours
•Ability to speak, read, write and understand the primary language(s) used in the workplace – fluency in English and Arabic is required; any other additional language skills are appreciated
•Good communication skills
•Proven Track record in hospitality in area of expertise
•Extensive knowledge of Rooms management
•Ability to take a customer focused decision independently, whilst remaining cognizant of all management principles
•Great organizational and problem solving skills with emphasis on “people management"
•Ability to train, motivate, evaluate, mentor and direct talents
•Continuously suggest new concepts and improve existing processes that will benefit revenues, costs and guests’ and talents’ satisfaction
•Ability to perform a variety of duties, often changing from one task to another of a different nature without loss of efficiency or composure