Hyatt Director of Revenue Management in SEOUL, South Korea
* The Director of Revenue Management is an experienced senior level role that reports directly to the Director of Sales & Marketing. * Direct and oversee all aspects of revenue management. Exercise your analytical, technical, and innovative powers to develop, recommend, and convey winning sales strategies for maximum revenue and yield penetration. Use your technical expertise to oversee Reservations and Sales Management Systems. * Provide valuable input into and guidance for the Sales team. Lead by modeling the way, by empowering, and coaching.
* Communicate data and trend findings to Sales, Hotel Operations and Catering. Compile, analyze and interpret data and trends. Effectively communicate to fellow departments, enabling spot-on staffing for exceptional guest experience and optimal flow through. Contribute meaningfully in budget development and management and through the Rate Strategy Committee. Present findings and convey ideas with impactful, concise clarity. * Recommend and take timely action. Keep a pulse on room inventory and rates to effectively alter course. Negotiate transient, group and catering accounts, ensuring the ideal mix of group, transient and catering contribution for maximum room revenue and optimal flow through. * Challenge the process. Foster an innovative, collaborative environment and channel your technical expertise to continually rethink existing processes, policies and procedures. Engage fellow departments and stakeholders to effect meaningful change.
* 5 years or more of experience in the hotel industry revenue management discipline * Strong organization and analytical skills * Intermediate or expert skill level in the use of the Microsoft Office suite of products * Knowledge of revenue management and related systems including Reserve, Opera, etc.
Primary Location: KR-11-Seoul
Organization: Grand Hyatt Seoul
Job Level: Full-time
Req ID: SEO001213
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