I have worked for restaurants as a waiter for three years and ran my own business for five years as a sole trader.
I want to change direction (relatively) into a Catering Manager role that would be applicable for institutions like hospitals, schools, hotels etc. More specifically a supervisory position that would be more 'behind the scenes' orientated as opposed to being the cook and or cashier.
Side note nothing against cooks or cashiers (i have worked under both job titles in restaurants), i am trying to make what i am trying to say as specific as possible.
What kind of qualification would be best suited to add this theory side to my existing experience to transition into this role?
I understand that i may not have conveyed my intent correctly when saying 'what kind of qualification would be best suited'
I mean to say what qualification should be pursued to best complement the experience i have in order to apply for the types of positions i specified in the original question.
Many thanks, again.
Specifically, this is a catering/sales manager position at a Westin hotel in the Chicago burbs. Full time job selling meeting space, food, and beverages to corporations mostly (its a big business hotel, not much family vacation business here) Just wondering if anyone has a clue about what kind of salary to expect?
I am a catering manager, with an assistant, my company wants to restructure by reducing my hours and making me an assistant also but they still want me to do the same role, can they do this.
Catering Manager with 12 years experience in the gulf.
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I am on Linkedin already
1 job for only two weeks as a server, very minor work behind their small bar, Real estate liscence, 10 months of practicing making drinks at bartending school, about 15 college courses, about 4 years of working at retail stores, telemarketing, and restaurants. 6 years as a live in house keeper and counselor at a group home, 2 years as a housekeeper with my own small company that I started. Bartender for a wedding and two private parties for St. Patricks day and a birthday?
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