Some widely available hospitality positions include concierge, waitstaff, restaurant or hotel manager, bartender and front desk clerk. Most of the hospitality jobs are in hotels, restaurants or catering companies. An applicant with a neat appearance, good listening skills and strong organizational habits is well-suited for such positions.Continue Reading
A concierge is a representative of the hotel and serves as a guide to guests regarding anything from hotel services to recommending activities. Such a position requires a high level of professionalism and courtesy because the position necessitates constantly dealing with demanding guests.
Those who choose to be part of the waitstaff at an eating establishment need energy and endurance to deal with busy shifts but also courteous and friendly demeanors to provide the most memorable service. The best waitstaff is also knowledgeable about the menu and is ready to respond to any questions from guests in a calm and informational manner. Although such a position often demands odd hours, there is a degree of freedom that eventually allows waitstaff to tailor suitable schedules.
Those seeking more responsibility can explore management positions, either at the hotel level or management level. Managers make decisions about procedures and operations and are often responsible for ordering and making sure costs remain within budgets. They also oversee the staffs of one department or entire operations.Learn more about Job Search