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Resort Manager

Career Highlights

  • Coordination of a variety of activities for guests.
  • Resort Managers can work in any location globally
  • Advancement and opportunities always exist

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Career Summary

Resort ManagerA Resort Manager must possess leadership and evaluation skills to handle daily responsibilities. In addition, many managers will oversee the programming (recreation, leisure and meetings) and planning of property activities. This includes updating and making new policies, and guest communications.

In preparing for this position, candidates ideally will have prior hotel experience and worked in at least one of the following departments or positions: Front Office, Reservations, Night Audit and holds a degree in Hospitality.

If you are a person who is comfortable in a highly structured environment and enjoy working in a progressive environment than management is something that will hold your interest. In addition, managers will be responsible for supervising/managing/overseeing the following departments: Front Office, Reservations, Bellman, Night Auditors.




Requires a degree in:

  • Hospitality Degree

Career Skills

  • Hospitality Office
  • Procedures Facilities
  • Management Hospitality
  • Tourism Law
  • Meetings and Conventions
  • Restaurant Management
  • Club and Resort Management
  • Hospitality
  • Marketing

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*Salary ranges based on location, experience, and demand. This number represents a rough nation-wide average.