Types of job profiles in Hotel Management

Types of job profiles in Hotel Management

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Here is a list of Hotel Management Job Profiles in demand for fresh graduates. Read here to know more.

As Indian Tourism Industry continue to thrive, the Government is enthusiastically investing in developing the hospitality and hotel management sector. This in turn has led to more hotels being built and in order to cater to this impressive increase in tourists more and more jobs are available in the hospitality sector.

Thus, in this era of globalisation, hospitality industry is the place one should definitely be in. There are a variety of portfolios wherein aspirants can make a career for themselves in the hospitality industry. Some of these are as mentioned below.

Note: Candidates are informed that if they want to join the hospitality industry right after their graduation then they will most likely be hired at the position of a Trainee or Executive.

Hotel Manager

He/she is the overall in-charge of a hotel. A hotel manager is the one responsible to maintain the standards of service and providing facilities to guests. A hotel manager supervises the working of the housekeeping department, ensures that good quality food is offered to guests and is also involved with the working of the banquet department.

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A hotel manager is responsible to establish the standard of the hotel and is also the person in-charge to devise plans to increase the finances as well as popularity of the establishment.

Front Office Manager

People with such a profile oversee the work of receptionists, reservation clerks, information clerk as well as other personnel such as the doorman and the bell boy. Apart from this, front office managers are also responsible for ensuring that rooms which are offered to guests meet their requirements. They also coordinate between the housekeeping department as well as the food and beverage department to ensure that requests made by guests are catered to on time.

Q:   Do I require any certain score in 12th to take part in Oberoi STEP exam?

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Hi, STEP is more hands-on with heaps of practical training, in addition to practical training in a hotel of The Oberoi Group, you are enrolled for a Bachelor's Degree in Tourism Studies (BTS) from the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). But with STEP, you're restricted to working only with The Oberoi Group. Qualities they are looking for: 1. A positive attitude with a desire for excellence 2. Good communication skills in English 3. Strong interpersonal skills 4. Initiative, drive and an eye for detail 5. Team orientation Just be confident while answering them.

Q:   Who is eligible for IIHM eCHAT?

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IIHM eCHAT Eligibility Criteria 2024: Students must have passed in Class 10+2 examination or its equivalent with English as one of the Subjects. Those appearing in Class 10+2 or equivalent examination can also appear in E-CHAT 2023. Upper age limit: 22 years as of 1st June 2024.

Q:   Is there any age limit criteria for IIHM eCHAT?

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The upper age limit is 22 years on June 1 for 2024 examinations.The IIHM eCHAT is a unique online proctored Management Aptitude Test. It is a common admission test held for admission to various hotel management courses offered by IIHM campuses present in Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Jaipur, New Delhi, Pune, Goa, Samarkand, Bangkok. ECHAT is an objective type of test with multiple-choice answers. It comprises Language Comprehension, Mathematical Skills, Data Analysis and Interpretation, Intelligence and Critical Reasoning, Awareness of Indian & Global Economy. There are 50 questions to be answered in 60 minutes. You can also refer the link I am providing below for the latest update on IIHM eCHAT. Exam. https://www.shiksha.com/hospitality-travel/hotel-hospitality-management/iihm-echat-exam Feel free to ask doubts in the Comment Section. I hope this information helps you. Good Luck!

Food and Beverage Manager

Professionals in this career choice particularly need to plan, organise and supervise the work of the catering department. People in this profile usually have the task of interacting with guests and ensuring that the needs/demands of customers are fulfilled.

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The food and beverage manager has a lot of responsibility on his shoulders when parties or events are being conducted at the hotel’s banquet.

Restaurant and Food Service Manager

People working in this profile are responsible for taking stock of cutlery, linens, paper, cleaning supplies, cooking utensils as well as furniture and fixtures of the hotel. They are also the people in-charge for arranging equipment maintenance and repairs.

Chef

They are responsible for preparing meals, training kitchen staff, ordering supplies, planning menus, managing the kitchen budget, enforcing health and safety regulations and preserving food quality.

Chefs are usually the first people to reach for work and the last ones to leave.

Q:   Which stream students can apply for the NCHMCT JEE exam?

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To attain education in the hotel and hospitality sector, students who have passed 12th and equivalent examinations are eligible to apply for the NCHM JEE. NCHM JEE is the most common and sought-after exam for education and a career in the hotel and hospitality industry. A candidate should be passed 10+2 system of Senior Secondary Examination or its equivalent with English as one of the subjects, from a recognized Educational Board. Candidate must have passed English as a subject of study (Core/elective/functional) in the qualifying examination.

Q:   Which institute accept NCHMCT JEE score?

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The National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology Joint Entrance Examination (NCHMCT JEE) scores are accepted by numerous institutes and colleges across India that offer programs in hospitality and hotel management. Some of the prominent institutions that accept NCHMCT JEE scores include:

1. Institutes of Hotel Management (IHMs): IHMs are a network of prestigious institutions located in various cities across India. They are known for offering high-quality hospitality and hotel management programs. Some well-known IHMs include IHM Delhi, IHM Mumbai, IHM Bangalore, and IHM Kolkata.

2. State Government Institutes: Several state governments in India have their own hotel management institutes that accept NCHMCT JEE scores. These institutes offer B.Sc. programs in Hospitality and Hotel Administration and are affiliated with NCHMCT.

3. Private Hotel Management Colleges: Many private colleges and institutes also accept NCHMCT JEE scores for admission to their hospitality and hotel management programs. These institutions can be found in various parts of the country.

4. Central Institutes: Apart from IHMs, there are some central institutes and colleges that accept NCHMCT JEE scores for admission. These institutes may offer specialised courses in the field of hotel management and catering technology.

It's important to note that the specific list of institutions that accept NCHMCT JEE scores may change from year to year, and some institutes may have their own admission criteria in addition to the NCHMCT JEE scores. Therefore, candidates are advised to carefully review the admission brochures and websites of the institutes they are interested in to verify the eligibility criteria and admission process.

Q:   Is there any age limit criteria for IIHM eCHAT?

A:

Students must have passed in Class 10+2 examination or its equivalent with English as one of the Subjects. Those appearing in Class 10+2 or equivalent examination can also appear in E-CHAT 2023. Upper age limit: 22 years as of 1st June 2024.IIHM eCHAT application fee is INR 600. The application fee for the exam can be paid online or by means of a Demand Draft.

Q:   What are the eligibility criteria for IIHM eCHAT?

A:

IIHM eCHAT Eligibility Criteria 2024: Students must have passed in Class 10+2 examination or its equivalent with English as one of the Subjects. Those appearing in Class 10+2 or equivalent examination can also appear in E-CHAT 2023. Upper age limit: 22 years as of 1st June 2024. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha IIHM eCHAT Eligibility Criteria page. (https://www.shiksha.com/hospitality-travel/hotel-hospitality-management/iihm-echat-exam). I hope this will help you.

Q:   What are the eligibility criteria for the NCHMCT JEE?

A:

Hi NCHMCT JEE Eligibility Criteria Overview Passed Intermediate examination from a recognised board or university. General and OBC applicants for the NCHMCT JEE 2024 must have been born on or after July 1, 1999. Applicants must have passed a qualifying exam with English as a core, functional, or elective subject. The National Council of Hotel Management and Catering Technology Joint Entrance Examination NCHMCT JEE is a national level entrance examination I. e. any student from any part of India can apply for this entrance examination. Basic eligibility: The upper age limit is 25 years as of 01.07.

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Banquet Manager

People who choose this profile are responsible for every event that is conducted at the hotel’s banquet. The banquet manager is responsible to rent out the banquet to companies for corporate events as well as private parties.

A banquet manager needs to work very closely with the catering department as well as the food and beverage manager to ensure that timely snacks, food and drinks are offered to the guests.

Steward

Hotel stewards are responsible for ensuring that the necessary cutlery is laid out at the hotel’s restaurants along with ensuring that the banquet rooms have adequate and proper furnishings. However, the responsibility of a steward does not end there. They also need to ensure that the food for room service is prepared quickly and orders are filled quickly, properly and accurately.

Stewards also need to have a good memory and remember all the order specifications accurately.

Housekeeping Manager

They are responsible for ensuring that the entire hotel premises (which includes the guest rooms, meeting rooms, banquet rooms and reception area) is clean and well maintained.

A housekeeping manager is also responsible for training, making rosters and supervising the work of housekeepers along with timely ordering for cleaning supplies.

Housekeeping manager supervises the working of housekeepers, cleaners and seamstresses.

Floor Supervisors

They are in-charge of the upkeep of all the rooms on a hotel’s floor. They work closely with maids and bell boys.

 

 

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