Hyatt Director of Food and Beverage in SEOUL, South Korea
Andaz Gangnam, Seoul will be the first Andaz hotel to open in South Korea, fourth in Asia Pacific after Shanghai, Tokyo and Singapore. The debut of Andaz Gangnam, Seoul will expand Hyatt’s footprint in South Korea where the company currently has five hotels across three brands (Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Regency, Park Hyatt), including two in the capital. Located in Seoul's vibrant and affluent Apgujeong neighborhood in the Gangnam district, the Andaz Gangnam, Seoul will feature 241 guest rooms, a lobby lounge, an all-day dining restaurant, a pool and a fitness center with spa treatment rooms
You will be responsible for the efficient running of the division in line with company's strategic priorities and brand standards, whilst meeting colleague, guest and owner expectations.
Successful leaders at Hyatt lead by example and model the organizations values and purpose. Hyatt provides an innovative environment where you can take pride in developing yourself and those around you. We achieve success for and through others by building trust and engagement, resulting in impactful outcomes for all stakeholders. If you would like to participate in a caring award winning environment this experience is for you.
To function as the Business Manager and a Marketing Specialist for the Food and Beverage Department, to ensure that all the outlets and banquets operate successfully, in accordance with the standard of the hotel and are individually profitable.
To be Successful in This Role, You Will Require to Have: * Ideally with a university degree or diploma in Hospitality or Tourism Management. * Minimum 2 years work experience as Director of F&B, or Assistant Director of F&B in large property. * Good operational, administrative and interpersonal skills are a must.
Primary Location: KR-11-Seoul
Organization: Andaz Gangnam Seoul
Job Level: Full-time
Req ID: SEO001011
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