Caravan/Holiday Park Managers control and coordinate the operations of a caravan or holiday park or resort to provide accommodation and leisure services. This includes overseeing business processes, staff, marketing, product development, grounds, amenities, plant and equipment.
Caravan Park and Camping Ground Managers
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- Booking guest reservations, assigning accommodation and collecting payments #informing guests of local tourist attractions and recreational facilities
- Answering enquiries relating to park policies and services
- Resolving customer complaints
- Coordinating front-office activities
- Arranging cleaning and maintenance of cabins, caravans, amenities blocks, recreation facilities and grounds#training staff members
- Managing staff performance Financial management, including setting accommodation rates and budgets and cash flow
- Liaising with local government to ensure compliance with laws and regulations
- May operate an on-site shop, cafe or restaurant for guests
- May sign, supervise and enforce terms of tenancy agreements in accordance with legislation and may obtain enforcement orders where tenants are in breach of requirements
- May act as licensee for the purchase and sale of liquor
- Caravan Park Manager
- Holiday Park Manager
- Operations Manager
VET (Vocational Education And Training)
- Certificate IV in Holiday Parks and Resorts
- Diploma of Holiday Parks and Resorts
- Certificate IV in Leadership & Management
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