The Hospitality Industry is a much broader sector than any other industry. It ranges in a broad variety of categories some of which include jobs working in hotels, restaurants, cruise lines, casinos, theme parks, and much more. Many jobs in the hospitality sector involve a lot of face to face meeting with customers in a variety of ways. There is also behind the scenes jobs such as accountancy, sales, and marketing. In the hospitality sector, you can climb your way up the ladder to a more managerial role which has more responsibilities but you will see a higher salary rate.
In this blog, I am providing helpful information on the average hospitality job salaries in Ireland for 2018:
The role of a General Manager includes the overall running of the hotel. They are responsible for the management and hiring of the hotel team. They possess leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills. The starting Salary for a General Manager is 65,000 up to 150,000.
The role of a deputy Operations Manager includes the overseeing of the entire operations of a lodging establishment. This includes security, housekeeping, human resources, food service, and much more. The starting Salary for a Deputy Operations Manager is 45,000 up to 80,000.
The role of a Duty Manager is to make sure everything is running smoothly while the General Manager is unavailable. They are responsible for the day to day issues if any arise. The starting Salary for a Duty Manager is 28,000 up to 32,000.
Director of Sales and Marketing
The role of a Sales and Marketing director is they oversee the sales department. They are in charge of training and supervising of the hotel’s sales and marketing team. The starting Salary for a Sales and Marketing Director is 28,000 up to 32,000.
The role of an Events Manager includes organising, planning, and executing all types and sizes of events. They will meet clients to discuss and assess their needs. The starting salary for an Events Manager is 30,000 up to 45,000.
The Catering Managers role is overseeing the day to day running of the catering operations and services. They are responsible for the monitoring of the quality of the food and service. The starting Salary for a Catering Manager is 35,000 up to 70,000.
Food and Beverage Manager
The role of the Food and Beverage Manager includes the planning and controlling in the ordering of the food and beverages. The starting Salary for the Food and Beverage Manager is 40,000 up to 60,000.
The Restaurant Manager oversees the restaurants quality goals, profitability, revenue, health and safety, and much more. The starting Salary for a Restaurant Manager is 35,000 up to 60,000.
Executive Head Chef
The Executive Head Chef is the leader in charge of everything that goes on in the kitchen, that goes out of the kitchen, and maintains full control of the staff at all times. The starting Salary for an Executive Head Chef is 40,000 up to 90,000.
The sous chef is second in command in the kitchen next to the head chef. He or she acts as the head chef’s assistant. They are also responsible for supervising the kitchen staff if the head chef isn’t available. The starting Salary for a Sous Chef is 38,000 up to 50,000.
Chef de Partie
The Chef de Partie is one of the most important jobs in the kitchen. They are in charge of a particular area of production in a restaurant. Many chefs de parties have several assistants. The starting Salary for a Chef de Partie is 27,000 up to 30,000.
Front Office Manager
Front Office Manager is the senior person in the office environment and oversees staff supervision, administrative support, and maintains a professional work environment. The starting Salary for a Front Office Manager is 30,000 up to 55,000.
The role of the Revenue Manager is to set up revenue management strategies and processes in a hospitality business in order to optimise and maximise its revenues. The starting Salary for a Revenue Manager is 35,000 up to 50,000.
The Receptionists role includes welcoming guests as they arrive at the hotel, checking guests into the hotel, issuing keys, checking guests out of the hotel, answering telephones, preparing bills and dealing with payments. The starting Salary for a Receptionist is 20,000 up to 28,000.
Human Resources Manager
Human Resources Manager role includes overseeing employee attendance and working schedules including time off, breaks and over time. They also recruit and train new employees. The starting Salary for a Human Resources Manager is 35,000 up to 75,000.
The Accommodation Manager oversees the day to day running’s of the accommodation making sure everything is under control and managed effectively. The starting Salary for an Accommodation Manager is 35,000 up to 55,000.
The Financial Controller role includes handling all of the daily accounts. The starting Salary for a Financial Controller is 45,000 up to 80,000.