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department heads.B.Lodging Facilities ManagerHe or she manages and maintains temporary or permanent lodging facilitiessuch as small apartment houses, small hotels, trailer parks, and boat marinas;purchases supplies and arranges for outside services such as fuel delivery, laundry,maintenance and repair, and trash collection; cleans public areas such as entrances,halls, and laundry rooms; and makes minor electrical, plumbing, and structural repairs.C.Hotel ClerkHe or she performs a combination of duties for guests of hotels, motels, motorlodges, or condominium hotels; registers and assigns rooms to guests; issues roomkeys; transmits and receives messages; answers inquiries pertaining to hotel services,registration of guests, shopping dining, entertainment, and travel directions; keepsrecords of room availability and guests' accounts, and computes bills and collectspayments.D. Sales RepresentativeHe or she contacts representatives of government, business, and social groupsto solicit business for hotels, motels, or resorts; selects prospective customers byreceiving information concerning functions such as sales meetings, conventions,training classes, or routine travel by organization members; calls prospects, outlinestypes of service offered, and quotes prices; and verifies reservations by letter or drawsup contracts.Cruise LinesA.Cruise Line DirectorHe or she is responsible for all daily activities, planning, entertainment, andport of call information for passengers. This requires a strong background in theentertainment field, an exceptional ability to work well with people, and the ability tohandle administrative details.B.Documentation Supervisor
He or she supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in preparingshipping documents and related reports, and in classifying and rating cargo accordingto established tariff rates; reviews ship's schedules and booking records to plan andschedule work activities; and assigns rating activities to workers and reviews rating.C.Chief Steward/StewardessThe chief steward or stewardess supervises and coordinates activities ofpersonnel in the steward's department aboard a passenger vessel; supervises workersengaged in housekeeping and meal serving; arranges space for shipboard recreationactivities; inspects passenger areas for cleanliness; and observes services rendered bysteward personnel for conformity to company standards.D.Social DirectorHe or she plans and organizes recreational activities and creates a friendlyatmosphere for guests in hotels or resorts or for passengers on board ships, greetsnew arrivals, introduces them to other guests, acquaints them with recreationfacilities, and encourages them to participate in group activities.E.Booking SupervisorHe or she supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in bookingshipments of cargo on ships and keeping booking control records to ensure maximumutilization of cargo spaces; reviews records of bookings, studies plans of cargo spacesto determine type of tonnage that can be booked on each ship to obtain maximum

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Term
Winter
Professor
grace
Tags
Government, Sula, Tourism Resource Components

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