To teach hospitality courses and management courses on the International Hotel Management program (English-Thai OR English-Chinese)
To conduct learning sessions as per rostered schedule for the term.
To conduct assessments as per unit requirement. (Any additional progressive assessment at the teacher’s discretion).
To liaise with Director of International Hotel Management Program regarding students’ progress, attendance patterns and general adherence to the University’s Code of Conduct.
To assist students with any difficulties relating to subjects as required.
To manage and liaise between the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School@Torrens, Australia and Stamford International University regarding student registration into the Diploma Program
To assist with supervision of examinations as required by the Direct of International Hotel Management.
To keep up to date professionally of current industry trends and relevant local industry in order to best prepare the students for their industry placement and future employment.
To assist and participate in other School activities such as events, University’s Open Day, graduation, etc.
Assume various administrative tasks and responsibilities towards the IHM Program and, as requested by the Head of Department;
Some weekends and evening duties may be required e.g. when there’s an event or open day or graduation preparation, student recruitment interview panels etc.
Master’s degree qualification preferably in hotel or tourism hospitality management;
Comprehensive knowledge of international tourism hospitality industry;
Minimum of 5 years’ experience in hotel industry preferably with international hotels or resorts;
Minimum of one year of facilitation/training, course delivery or other public speaking to groups of all sizes.
Excellent communication, fluency in Thai OR Chinese, and English language, both written and spoken, and presentation skills.
Ability to handle multiple priorities and complete tasks/projects in accordance with stated deadlines.
Ability to travel between the university’s campuses;
Professionalism in appearance, grooming and attitude is a must;
Self-motivated with strong organizational and time management skills;
Self-disciplined and also ability to model all the necessary attributes and attitudes of a hotelier to students
Team player and also ability to demonstrate situation leadership skills.