Human Resource Jobs

Hospitality human resource jobs are attractive career options for professionals with Bachelor's degrees in business or human resources. And because the industry is doing well despite the sluggish economy, job prospects are favorable. Whether you dream of working in travel, restaurants, casinos or hotels, you'll find numerous human resource jobs at Hcareers.

Hcareers is a prominent job board for human resources in the hospitality industry. Top employers from hotels, restaurant chains, casinos and cruise ships regularly post available human resource jobs including human resources director, human resources manager, human resources assistant manager, training and development manager, and recruiting manager. Professionals will also find human resource job openings such as benefits specialist, HR administrator, HR generalist and training coordinator.

As the economy improves, educated and experienced professionals are in growing demand to fill human resource jobs for two main reasons. One, the Bureau of Labor Statistics and other organizations predict that the need for hospitality employees will increase five to 14 percent within all industry verticals by 2018. An increase in the workforce naturally requires an increase in human resources professionals. Two, as more jobs become available, workers may be tempted to leave their current employers and look for greener pastures. Qualified human resource managers and directors are necessary to help employers retain valuable staff.

Human resource jobs at large hotel chains may include human resources director. This professional is responsible for overseeing the entire human resources department as well as guiding the development of company policies and programs as they pertain to employees. A human resources director generally has a Bachelor's degree in business or human resources coupled with at least ten years of leadership experience in human resources.

Human resource jobs within restaurants and chains may include human resources manager and assistant positions. In large companies, the human resources manager answers to the human resources director. In small or mid-sized companies, the human resources manager may run that department. A Bachelor's degree and at least seven years of human resources experience is often required for this position. The human resources assistant aids the manger in the day-to-day operations of the department. A Bachelor's degree is usually required along with at least one year of general business experience.

Casinos and cruise ships may utilize recruiting mangers. These human resource jobs require the development and implementation of recruiting plans on a local as well as national level. A Bachelor's degree is generally required as well as at least two years of human resources experience. A recruiting coordinator may assist the recruiting manager.

Professionals filling human resource jobs become advocates for both the company and the employees of the company. Traditionally the human resources department was responsible for hiring and firing employees, handling wage and salary negotiations, managing payroll and coordinating benefits programs. However, the roll of human resources has expanded greatly. It now includes recruiting, company communications, organization development, performance management, employee coaching, and nurturing of employee relationships.

Today, human resource jobs require professionals who wish to become strategic partners with the rest of a company's management team. If this sounds like a good fit for you, check the Hcareers job board regularly for the best human resource job opportunities.

Most Recent Human Resource Jobs

Hilton Garden Inn Anchorage
Anchorage, AK
9/5/15

-Manage the operations of the front office, including but not limited to front desk, transportation, and food and beverage to ensure compliance with company policies and achieve an optimal level of quality service to the hotel customers ... more
Cheeca Lodge & Spa NW
Islamorada, FL
9/5/15

This position supports the accounting department and the controller doing a variety of responsibilities as ... more
Spectra - Food Services & Hospitality
Lutz, FL
9/5/15

Spectra Food Services and Hospitality (formerly Ovations Foods Services) , is a fast-growing industry leader, providing contract food service to public venues throughout the US and Canada. Since our inception in 1997, annual sales have consistently increased and we now exceed $250,000,000 and growin ... more
Urban Farmer Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA
9/5/15

Manage the kitchen staff in the daily production, preparation and presentation of all food for the hotel's restaurant(s) and room service in a safe, sanitary work environment which conforms to all standards and regulations and achieves profitable, competitive, quality products. ... more
Sodexo
DURHAM, NC
9/5/15

Are you looking for an opportunity to take you career to the next level? Become part of the Sodexo food service team North Carolina Central University! ... more
Doubletree - Denver Tech Center
Denver, CO
9/5/15

Stonebridge Companies has grown to be recognized as one of the nation’s leading development and hospitality management companies.We are proven leaders in development and management of a wide spectrum of hotels.Founded in 1991 by Navin C. Dimond, StonebridgeCompanies is a privately owned, innovative ... more
CoCo Key-Orlando
Orlando, FL
9/5/15

Plan and manage the Human Resources and operations of the Food and Beverage departments to achieve customer (guest, employees, corporate and owners) satisfaction and quality service while meeting/exceeding financial goals. ... more
Sodexo
MINNEAPOLIS, MN
9/5/15

Are you a food service leader who wants the freedom to bring innovation to a growing health care field? Do you have the passion to be an industry leader in the Twin Cities area and showcase your craft? As Food Service Manager 2 for University of Minnesota Health, Fairview Campus you will gain a broa ... more

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