One question that we could all do with asking ourselves is how to have a better work life balance. We can all struggling to find that balance in life between work and life from time to time. Do you often wonder how people find time between their jobs to do the things they like? If this sounds like you, Three Q Recruitment are here to help. We have 19 years of experience in the recruitment industry, so we know a thing or two about how to get the perfect balance between work and play.
The role of a hotel duty manager is a job title that you may often see on job listings but what does it mean? Here at Three Q we have a wealth of knowledge when it comes matching hotel duty manager with their perfect employer. So if you’re curious as to what the role requires and what a hotel duty manager does on a day-to-day basis, read on.
The role of a hotel duty manager is to make sure the hotel runs smoothly when the General manager is unavailable. It is a busy role with plenty of responsibility. A candidate for this position must be ready to deal with any situation that may arise and deal with it in a calm professional manner. A Duty Manger must be willing to work in a fast paced environment and command the team under them efficiently.
In the hotel business it isn’t always possible for a General Manager to be present, therefore a Duty Manager acts on behalf of them, making managerial decisions when they are needed. The Duty manager will look after the running of the business while on duty ensuring business runs as smoothly as possible.
Responsibilities of a Duty Manager
Within the role of Duty Manager comes a lot of responsibility from over seeing the day to day business and managing your team. Of course, the main responsibility is to make sure all the guests are satisfied with the hotel’s service. The Duty Manager is responsible for any issues that may occur while on duty, and it is their job to resolve the issue in a professional manner.
The Hours of a Hotel Duty Manger
The hours of a Duty Manager can vary depending on size of hotel and location You will have to work when the General Manager isn’t present. A duty manager can work around thirty to forty hours per week .
Salary of a Duty Manager
A duty Manager’s salary will depend on a variety of things such as, education and training, experience and the location of the hotel.
Having knowledge on how a hotel works is essential. In Ireland it is recommended to require a bachelor’s degree in a hospitality course. There are many courses that are helpful to have when applying for work in the hospitality industry. A general business can also be sufficient. Although have formal training can be beneficial, you can still become a hotel duty manager by gaining experience and applying to work in entry level positions in the hotel. It is possible to start from the bottom and working yourself up the ladder in the hospitality industry.
If becoming a Duty Manager interests you or if you are currently a Duty Manager looking for a new position, keep an eye on our listings that we are constantly updating with new job opportunities in the industry. If you are an employer and are wishing to advertise your job in our listings, please email email@example.com or phone +353 1878 3335.
Ever wondered what the life of a sous chef in a five star hotel is like? Here at Three Q we have 19 years of experience in helping sous chef’s and culinary staff to find their dream job. Here at Three Q we’re a hands on recruitment team who work to match our clients with the perfect Sous Chef for the job. How hands on are we? We go out on site on help to train our temps and perms so that they have a great start to their new job. Our consultants are ex hospitality professionals, we undertake training in healthcare and hospitality training and we have served at events. We know what it’s like to be a Sous Chef in a busy Dublin 5 star hotel. so if you’d like to know more, so if you want to know what the life of a sous chef in a five star hotel is like, read on to find out more.
One thing that we are often asked here at Three Q is how to advance your career as a staff nurse. This month we are celebrating Three Q’s 19th birthday, so you know that we have years of experience in helping Staff Nurses to advance their careers. You may love your job as a staff nurse, but sometimes you may feel like you have more potential than your current position.So without any further ado, here are our top tips on how to advance your career as a staff nurse.
Moving for a job is by no means a small decision, and there are plenty of questions to ask yourself when considering moving jobs. If not just for your own peace of mind and knowing what’s right for you and what you want, but also if your current employer comes to you with a counter offer, you’ll know what the right decision is. Here at Three Q, we’re celebrating our 19th year in business this September, so we know that moving jobs isn’t just about more money, it’s also about your job satisfaction and work-life balance.
One thing that we always are asked here at Three Q is how to prepare for your first job after you graduate. Although you may have had a part time job before and have some experience in the workforce- your first ‘real’ job can be scary! Here at Three Q we have years of experience of helping new graduates to find their dream job and get on the career ladder. Now that Graduation season has begun, we have decided to put together our tips to prepare you for your first job after you graduate.
Ever wondered what are the best questions to ask your potential boss at a job interview? Here at Three Q we’ve been helping Job Seekers to land their dream jobs and overcome interview stress for over 18 years, so we know a thing about interviews. Sometimes candidates can be great throughout the actual interview but get stumped when it comes to end and the interviewer ask if they have any questions. If you feel like this situation relates to you: you’re in luck. We’ve put together some sample questions to ask when it comes to it.
Clinical Nurse Managers- Two Difficulties They Face Managing in Hospitals
The Clinical Nurse Manager has a tough role – they have to manage a department’s staff to provide the best care possible to its patients. This job of managing a team of nurses comes with problems that the clinical nurse manager must overcome. I’m going to be talking about some of the areas that a CNM will have to deal with working in a hospital with a team of nurses.
The clinical nurse manager has a reoccurring problem. That problem is understaffing. The CNM has to manage their team effectively to treat their patients which will continually prove to be a challenge. Many hospitals struggle with staffing problems and CNM’s often have to manage it by giving overtime to their nurses and sometimes involves the unpleasant task of asking their team to work on their days off.
Dealing with Conflict
Fortunately, this problem that management in nursing deals with is not as common as it could be considering the stakes can be very high in the hospital. Conflict in the hospital staff is often dealt with by the nurse manager. The clinical nurse manager will have to become adept at dealing with conflict appropriately. There is considerable pressure on nurses which can ignite conflict or balloon it’s size making it essential that the CNM can treat conflicts in her team or with management effectively.
Here’s a helpful link to a really informative journal article on conflict management strategies for nurse managers: https://journals.lww.com/nursingmanagement/fulltext/2012/02000/Keeping_the_peace___Conflict_management_strategies.13.aspx
You could imagine how the two mentioned challenges faced by clinical nurse managers can be interrelated. A shortage in staff causing a conflict. A conflict causing a shortage in staff. It is fortunate that conflicts among the team are rare and treated carefully and nurses are flexible in work often taking on overtime and extra days when it’s unwelcome. This certainly makes the job of the clinical nurse manager that bit easier.
Detox nurses are mostly commonly understood to help those who are looking for aid with dealing with their alcohol and drug abuse. However, alcohol and illegal substance abuse are not the only addictions that detox nurses treat. After all, the science is in on gambling addiction and brain activity for gambling addicts is comparable to substance addicts such as heroin and cocaine and they suffer similar withdrawal symptoms to drugs abusers too. I will be discussing how a detox nurse treats patients that suffer from gambling addiction.
Unlike with other addictions, compulsive gambling will not drastically affect physical appearance and physical health, so it can often go unnoticed and untreated. The addict themselves may also be reluctant to admit that they are addicted and it is the work of the detox nurse to help their patient come to the realisation that they are addicted and they need help before treatment can start. The detox nurse needs to know that their patient truly wants to help themselves work on controlling their compulsive gambling.
The detox nurse knows that a patient acknowledging their addiction, and acknowledging that it is a problem and sincerely wanting it to change is the first step, but it is not enough. Nurses that specialise in addiction will work on helping their patients’ habitual behaviour that is not helping their pursuit to control their addiction. There will be activities and behaviours for a gambling addict that make it difficult to resist their urges. The detox nurse will help their patients recognise their behaviours that do not help their treatment.
A detox nurse develops a treatment plan that’s tailored to their patient’s needs. A treatment plan a detox nurse prescribes will be the roadmap for their patient. They have a plan that they issue to their patients and will explain to their patients each step and action involved and continually manage the patient’s progress.
Detox nurses treat all kinds of addiction in their patients. As you can imagine, they all require different approaches and treatments. This means detox nursing requires a wide range of knowledge on addiction and many ways to treat it. Gambling addiction provides its own specific problems to patients and to the nurse treating them. It is remarkable that detox nurses can treat a wide variety of patients effectively.
Quite often, when one thinks about changing career or looking to get a similar position in the same industry, we think about the responsibilities involved and if our interests, skills and personality are well suited for it. We are focused on the task of gauging if we would like that job more than the one we currently hold.
It’s common for nurses to move into different units in the hospital. Staying in healthcare and for many, the same hospital means little has to be left to the imagination regarding the tasks they’ll be asked to do, the people they’ll be working with and the environment they’ll be working in. Knowing a lot about a job change like this means you can focus on other variables that are just as important – does the position involve shift work, the salary, the qualifications required.
A nurse I was speaking to was a midwife when she decided she wanted to become a Fertility nurse. Later, she reverted back to midwifery. I asked her a few questions about her experience:
I asked her why she moved into fertility nursing from midwifery. She enjoyed midwifery and she took this as a good indication that she would enjoy being a fertility nurse. The deciding difference was a preferred work schedule in fertility nursing. It allowed her to work shifts. Keeping many factors constant, in her instance the industry, place of work and the area of work – pregnancy remained unchanged and this allowed her to make a decisione based on practicality.
Advice for a nurse moving into fertility nursing: Do your research on fertility nursing. Learn what training is necessary and learn what is involved in working as a fertility nursing.
Is training necessary to become a Fertility nurse?
Becoming a fertility nurse involves taking on more training. She told me you have to do an ultrasound course which isn’t required to become a midwife.
Why did she go back to midwifery?
Fertility nursing turned out to be different in some ways that didn’t appeal to her. The position was described as ‘very medical’ and required less interaction and relationship building with patients than in her role in midwifery. This was the difference that made all the difference.
It can be hard to know if another position in a different area is for you even with a lot of information related experience. Getting a strong understanding of the work you’re getting into will certainly make it easier. As the nurse I spoke to said, nurses should really think about why they want to move into another field.
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