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Industry : Other Industry
Department : Housekeeping
Location : Melbourne, Australia
Level : Management
Posted : 27 May 2022
Job Role : Rooms Division Manager
Recruiter : Hyatt Hotels
Job Ref : HOZ94436
Employment Type: Permanent
Job Type :
Validate Through : 2022-07-26
Salary Range (monthly): USD 2,000 to 8,000
Salary Description: Competetive Salary Offered
Scope and General Purpose of Job
Responsible for all facets of the day to day operation of the hotel including but not limited to Housekeeping, Front Office and Food & Beverage.
Leadership Profile :
Hyatt's higher purpose is based on care. Caring leaders build trust and engagement by cultivating genuine relationships. The capacity to care for one another is one of the strongest of all human traits. At the center of caring is empathy. Leaders exhibit empathy when they connect personally and deeply with those around them.
Serving leaders create success for and through others. Such leaders are motivated by service to the higher purpose, the business and its stakeholders - not by the pursuit of power or personal gain. The success of these leaders is gauged by the success of others. They don't try to solve all problems or to have all of the answers: they thrive by unleashing others in pursuit of goals. They understand and take direct responsibility for growing the next generation of leaders.
Learning leaders are inspired by learning and they take pride in further developing themselves. They are not afraid of - and they learn from - mistakes and failures. They make the intentional decision to continue to learn and grow throughout their lives, challenging themselves to be and do more, and gaining broader experiences. With their high learning agility and ability to be vulnerable, they reflect on and learn from experience, apply that learning to perform successfully under new or first-time conditions and share their learning, and themselves, with others.
Adaptive leaders demonstrate agility in the face of continuous change. They anticipate and thrive in changing environments where diversity of thought fosters innovation and creativity. They have the ability to create a climate where individuals can take risk, experiment, and learn from failure: often times with great speed. Adapting leaders constantly think about what changes are needed to stay relevant in the marketplace and to fulfil the organization's purpose.
Achieving leaders prioritize and do what is best for the business. They are outcome oriented and understand that superior financial performance benefits all stakeholders. They are bold, strategic and future-oriented. They see the big picture, understand how the different components of a system interconnect and behave over time, and help make sense out of complexity by simplifying. They possess sound judgment and can make quick decisions when needed.