As an Operations Manager for the hospitality industry, it is important to showcase your expertise in budgeting, logistics, guest services and personnel management. The following cover letter example provides an example of how to highlight your value as a hospitality manager. With some minor customization, you can create your own cover letter to land more interviews for Hospitality Operations Manager jobs.
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What does this economy mean to your company? It means that hiring the right person will save you time, along with company money and resources — it’s that simple! Hiring someone with a long history in hospitality, someone that meets and exceeds the minimum requirements for the job, and someone that has a demonstrated record of cutting costs and increasing productivity will be a smart move on your part.
Let’s schedule a time to discuss the challenges your facility is currently facing. A list of knowledge, skills, and abilities has been included below.
- Financial — multimillion-dollar budgeting, P&L statements for several departments, operating expense and liability reductions
- Personnel — train, schedule, manage, and coach support/management-level staff within multiple departments
- Management — staff management (up to 6 managers and 80 indirect reports) program development and implementation, production and guest satisfaction increases, train-the-trainer experienced
Because I utilize a customer-focused management style, I have transformed my staff into a conscious group that recognizes the importance of making each patron feel special. Cherishing guests have a rippling effect that will positively affect sales, repeat patronage, and secure a nice referral base. Over the last several years, I’ve saved Harrah’s Entertainment ~ $750,000 from reducing liability claims, developing a new luggage delivery systems, revamping cleaning and laundry overhead.
Would you like me to save you money, too? Call me at (XXX) XXX-XXXX. I’d like to discuss the obstacles your hotel is currently facing, and I’ll gladly outline ways of increasing guest satisfaction while decreasing overhead.
Bringing in a new person with a fresh perspective will enhance your business. I look forward to hearing from you.