Henry's Fork Lodge is looking for a General Manager
Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
- Island Park, Idaho
- Previous experience required
- Start Date:
- Job starts in about 2 months (May 15, 2018)
Henry’s Fork Lodge, a luxury fly fishing lodge in Idaho, is looking for a person with a strong hospitality background and training to assume broad responsibilities as the Lodge Manager. That person will be responsible for supervising all staff, directing all guest services, interacting with all guests and dealing with all outside suppliers. The Lodge Manager will work directly for the owner and a former manager and will be responsible for carrying out or overseeing all aspects of a small hotel operation – reservations, office administration, guest services, food & beverage, personnel, housekeeping, and maintenance.
More specifically, the Lodge Manager will be responsible for all forms of contact with guests before they arrive, as well as the hospitality and service while they are at the Lodge. This entails supervision of all other staff members, including training, scheduling, assignments of tasks and discipline, if necessary, all aspects of administration, including dealings with suppliers, travel agents, government agencies, contractors, service people, and others.
This job offers outstanding training and hands-on experience in all aspects of hotel operations, with a major emphasis on gracious, sophisticated and meticulous service. Both the former Lodge Manager and the owner are highly experienced in hospitality, so this job presents a great opportunity for learning and growth.
Henry’s Fork Lodge is widely recognized as on if the world’s finest fishing lodges and is featured as one of “1000 Places to See Before You Die” in that New York Times bestseller. Close to Yellowstone Park and surrounded by America’s finest fishing waters, it offers the finest outdoor experiences of all kinds. Its fine dining and masterful facilities are surpassed only by its warm and welcoming staff and atmosphere.
Guests at the lodge have the highest expectations for its food service and facilities, based on their past visits or the lodge’s reputation and recognition as one of the finest in the fly fishing world. They are also accustomed to the highest quality service and facilities in their other leisure and business travel. The Lodge Manager must be capable of assuring that the lodge meets those high expectations.
Candidates must have strong hospitality experience and training, a powerful work ethic, a commitment to customer service and a demonstrated high level of interpersonal skills, flexibility, and professionalism. A successful Lodge manager will have to make the Lodge his or her highest personal and professional priority at all times. He/She must be self-reliant and willing to work whatever time is required to meet guests’ needs. Experience with fly fishing is helpful, but not essential.
This position offers a highly competitive salary, an outstanding staff and management, and an extremely rare opportunity for major responsibility combined with excellent training, an outstanding work environment, a great outdoor lifestyle in one of the country’s most magnificent settings and a welcoming western community.
The 2018 Lodge season is from mid-May through mid-October. The Lodge Manager will need to be in Island Park, ID by May. 15, 2018.
How to Apply
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