Writing a Hotel Manager Resume

by fred 11. May 2010

How do you write a hotel manager resume? The first thing you need to do is format it carefully.

To be able to format your resume properly, you will need to make sure that your name and address are at the top of the page. This information needs to be centered so that it can be easily seen, and occasionally you would want to make the font for your name and address slightly bigger than the rest of the text.

When selecting a font for the rest of your resume, you must use one that does not look goofy, and as a result we recommend Times New Roman. Be sure that it is readable without problems, but don't make it so large that it takes up more than one page.

Then, you need to list your experience. When you are dealing with the hotel industry you should list any experience you have had in other hotels or resorts. Because you are applying for a management job, you need to list any management experience you have.

In an attempt to get a manager position, education is pretty important. It helps to have some university degree, because most recruiters will only consider college graduates for management positions. If you have the right education, then you have a decent chance, though it depends on what type of degree you have.

The cover letter needs to be on one page, and it should quickly describe who you are and what kind of service you will bring to the company. Remember that the cover letter needs to be interesting.


So there you have it, a few tips for preparing your hotel manager resume. Remember that the resume is only half of the work; you still have to nail the interview! So start writing, and get ready for the next step

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