The Analyst (Rooms) is a member of the Marriott Indonesia Area Operations team. This position provides above property operational support and specialized knowledge & skills in all the Rooms Operations Disciplines. The position supports the Area Director of Operations. The primary role is to monitor and benchmark performance, share best practices, analyze data, create reports which enable to set up sound action plans to improve performances all-around in front and heart of the house.
CANDIDATE PROFILE - KEY TALENTS AND DESIRED EXPERIENCE
Education and Professional Certification:
EXPECTED CONTRIBUTIONS AND KEY RESPONSIBLITIES
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LA HULPE, REGION WALLONNE
1,000 - 3,000
$3B - $5B
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