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Old 12-28-2011, 06:06 AM
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Hotel Industry salaries

Hi,

I am planning to do my Masters Degree in International Hotel Management from Bluemountains International Hotel Management School.I am already an MBA with specialisation in Travel and Tourism management with 8 years of work ex in hotel and travel industry.

I want to know the average salary levels in the australian hotel industry.Right now i am working as a Sales Manager of Hotel Country Inn and Suites By Carlson.

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Abhilash Jaiswal


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Pretty low - 40-45K for a night manager for instance. The only way to make 80K + is to be the owner of a hotel.


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Pretty low - 40-45K for a night manager for instance. The only way to make 80K + is to be the owner of a hotel.
hi,

i am talking about the positions such as front office manager, sales manager etc.Wud be happy of u can help me out on this.

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$45K for night manager??? A bit low?
I know a friend who works as events coordinator for a known hotel in Sydney and she gets circa $67K + super

Might depend on what hotel you are working with. Low key hotels will bay about $46K, known and luxury hotels pay way over that 60-70K

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$45K for night manager??? A bit low?
I know a friend who works as events coordinator for a known hotel in Sydney and she gets circa $67K + super

Might depend on what hotel you are working with. Low key hotels will bay about $46K, known and luxury hotels pay way over that 60-70K
Hi Boboa,
Thank you very much for your reply..Can you find out from this friend of yours about the payscale the Front Office Managers / Sales Managers enjoy.Coz if i do my MBA Bluemountains then i wud be interested either in Front Office or Sales.

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Might be a good idea to go to
Www.seek.com.au
And search "hotel manager " or "sales manager hotel" and you'll get the general idea

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$45K for night manager??? A bit low?
I know a friend who works as events coordinator for a known hotel in Sydney and she gets circa $67K + super

Might depend on what hotel you are working with. Low key hotels will bay about $46K, known and luxury hotels pay way over that 60-70K
Events managers tend to earn more $$ than the front office manager/night manager. And this is a 5 star boutique hotel.


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thank you brother, but i think the salaries of telecom is better then hotling, i am in telecom line and it better then all lines


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