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Director, Revenue Account Management - Florida

GENERAL SUMMARY

The Director, Revenue Account Management (DRAM) ensures maximum revenue generation for hotels within the region and to PHR through effective use of the company’s Central Reservation System and distribution channels. The DRAM is an active part of the regional team supporting the region’s hotels in terms of reservations/revenue analysis and consultation, new hotel implementation, account development and penetration, and other key aspects of the member/PHR relationship.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIP

Under the direct supervision of the Regional Director with a dotted line responsibility to the Area Managing Director, North America, the DRAM works with Regional Director, the Revenue Account Management team, as well as the GDS, Central Implementations, Finance, Sales, and Marketing departments. The DRAM will also regularly interact with the account management team of Preferred’s provider of Central Reservations and other distribution partners (i.e., Sabre Hospitality).

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

QUALIFICATIONS

WORKING CONDITIONS

Working environment is located in Miami Office. Work spaces are efficiently and functionally decorated including all required technology tools. Incumbent is seated most of the time when in the office. Travel 30-50% of time as appropriate to support the overall expectations of the position.

REQUIRED TRAINING

  1. PHR Orientation
  2. Outlook and CRM systems training
  3. CRS Learning Center – self paced learning
  4. PHR Revenue Account Management curriculum

DISCLAIMER

The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by associates within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

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