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Revenue Trainee

Job Reference 501116 Profession Revenue Management | Project Leader (m/f)

Hotel or Entity MAF Accor Shared Services Managed hotel

Northern UAE
United Arab Emirates 
MAF Accor Shared Services MAF-Accor Shared Services is mandate is to provide support for the 7 hotels under MAF-Accor Hospitality (Pullman Dubai Creek City Center hotel and Residences, Novotel & Ibis Deira City Centre Hotel, Suite Novotel & Ibis Mall of the Emirates and Ibis Al Rigga) in terms of Talent and Culture, Finance, Sales & Marketing, Reservation and Information Technology.
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Job Level Job
Fixed-term contract: Yes
Duration of fixed-term contract (in months): 24
Status Full Time
Anticipated Start Date 01-08-2019


Level of Education
Bachelor / Licence
Areas of study
Hospitality Management
Professional experiences
3 to 5 years
Languages essential

Essential and optional requirements

  • Excel

Key tasks

Assisting Revenue team in the daily task in order reach target and ensure correct distribution of our hotels on the various Distribution platforms;

• Indirect contract administration and follow-up (hotel solicitation, consolidation and tracking) in different distribution channel.
• Daily Management of various distribution channels.
• Lead the project of Distribution toolkit creation with the Director of Revenue.
• Assisting the DORM in identifying yielding opportunities, managing demand and optimizing profit through pricing.
• Assisting the DORM in preparation and presentation of weekly revenue meeting.
• Performing multiple analysis as well as weekly and monthly forecasts
• Daily management of group rate requests with a total RM approach