Assistant Manager Sales Mice / Banquets

For one of Dubai’s most celebrated commercial entity Location: Dubai, UAE Industry: Hospitality Level: Managerial Department: Sales Min. exp. in same role: 2 years Min. exp. in same industry: 3 years Education: Degree Salary: AED 13,000 gross package Additional details: Degree/Diploma in Hotel Management/Sales from reputed institution. Continued success of MICE / hospitality services through sales activities by ensuring generation of new business, customer satisfaction and repeat business. To continuously research current market trends and recommend sales strategy To keep outstanding payments to minimum levels. To provide line manager with feedback on market scenario and competitive analysis, on continuous basis. Apply cost reduction measures within own area of operational activity, without compromising on quality. Maintain a warm, professional and regular relationship with tenants/guests/customers/exhibitors to ensure high standard of service. Documents and analyze suggestions/complaints to relevant section heads and ensure they are dealt with promptly and efficiently. Manage, train and guide team member to optimize performance and productivity. Evaluate performance of team and established personal development programs. Professional selling skills and customer centric. Excellent command in English with intermediate computer skills. Prior 5 * hotel MICE / Banquet sales experience.
 

Short Info

  • Published:9 years ago
  • Compnay:APT Resources
  • Location:Dubai,UAE
 
 
 

Time Management : Sales Skills to Put on Your Resume

Sales Skills to Put on Your Resume
Although there are many types of sales jobs, certain sales skills are universal. These five sales job skills for your resume will be attractive to hiring managers, no matter the industry or company.

Tip
Use the job ad to find out which skills to list on your resume. Employers always list the skills and abilities they want in the job description.

Time Management

Effective time management skills are vital for workers in retail, since you’ll often have more flexibility with your work schedule than members of other industries.

Usually, managers view sales outcomes as more important than the sales process. They want to see high volumes, and they often give you the freedom to decide how to approach sales goals.

But with this freedom comes responsibility. Hiring managers want to know their sales team can prioritize tasks, avoid distractions, and pursue leads rather than procrastinate or get drawn into less important work.

Emphasize your time management skills to show that you can handle the job and get things done on schedule.