Assistant Hotel Director

The Assistant Hotel Director supports the Hotel Director in the overall hotel operation, with emphasis placed on the Revenue Departments and the Front-of-House areas (as directed by the Hotel Director).

He/she also deputizes the Hotel Director’s duties in their absence.

  • Like the Hotel Director, he/she is to take all necessary action to implement and enforce that company policies and procedures are applied and adhered to, and that the proper level of service to guests is maintained.
  • Should there be no Food & Beverage Director or Manager assigned to the vessel for any given period of time, the Assistant Hotel Director assumes these duties in their absence.

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Guest Services Manager, Cruise Ship

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
• Continually develop original and fresh techniques to enhance the guest service onboard
• Use guest feedback and ratings to establish a positive culture throughout the guest services team
• Enforce organizational policies and procedures of monetary items regarding the Front Desk
• Develop and promote success of the management and supervisory teams onboard
• Enforce the delivery of standards, efficiencies, services and quality within the guest services department onboard
• Perform related duties as required


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Accountant, Jamaica

Accountant, Jamaica

Key Duties & Standards
• Review and update general ledger with accounts receivables and accounts payables transactions
• Ensure that daily collections are deposited to the company’s bank account
• Perform bank and inter-company reconciliations and ensure that reconciling items are cleared in a timely manner
• Prepare monthly invoices for rental income and ensure that settlements are done on time
• Submit invoices to and ensure that settlements are made in a timely manner
• Prepare monthly journal entries
• Prepare monthly reports
• Reconcile general ledger accounts

Junior Administrative Assistant, Trinidad

Junior Administrative Assistant, Trinidad

The Junior Administrative Assistant will report to his/her immediate supervisor. The successful candidate will be responsible for routine clerical duties which will follow well-prescribed policies and procedures, as well as providing administrative and technical support to the relevant supervisor.

Minimum Training and Experience
• Five (5) CXC/GCE O’levels inclusive of Mathematics and English Language
• At least three (3) years relevant experience

Administrative Assistant, Trinidad

Administrative Assistant, Trinidad

The Administrative Assistant will report to the respective supervisor and is responsible for providing administrative and technical support to the supervisor to facilitate the decision-making process, and the implementation of such decisions so as to enable the efficient and effective delivery of the Department’s services to the Authority. Work involves the attending of meetings at the senior and executive level, taking minutes, preparation and issuing of action sheets, preparation of correspondence etc. He/she is also required to co-ordinate the meetings and affairs for the department.

Bar Manager, Cruise Ship

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Ensures the smooth running of the department on a day-to-day basis
• Improves and maintains sales and profitability and reduces/eliminates guest complaints
• Approves and oversees all bar requisitions, inventories, bar par levels, transfers, cocktail parties, time and locations, cost control, opening/closing bar hours, and working schedules
• Responsible for cost containment through the proper use, handling and maintenance of records, reports, supplies and equipment
• Provides all bar sales and cost reports
• Directs, coaches, supports, supervises and evaluates the performance of all direct reports
• Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of all ships’ bars, lounges, service bars and bar storage areas

Human Resource Coordinator (Human Resource Division), Jamaica

Human Resource Coordinator (Human Resource Division), Jamaica
You should have.
1. A BSc. in Management, Sociology, Psychology or related area
2. A Professional HR Designation e.g. PHR
3. At least three years’ relevant working experience at a similar level
4. Proficiency in the use of the Microsoft Office suite, especially Excel, PowerPoint and Word
5. Ability to deal confidentially with information and issues