Night Auditor Night Auditor

You’re in charge when the Hotel is sleeping. You will have to perform a wide variety of roles as you manage the hotel, and deal with late night customer requests and late arrivals.

Job Summary

  • Approve invoices
  • Write the day’s statistical and accounting report for the management team
  • Prepare the documents required by the morning team
  • Hotel management
  • Manage the till and bill payments as well as closing the day’s Front Office transactions
  • Ensure the safety of guests (walks, fire procedures, etc.)
  • Ensure that guests receive high quality service and attend to any requests

Skills required

  • Understanding how to manage priorities
  • Sales ability
  • Dealing with customer complaints
  • Customer service experience
  • Responsible and trustworthy
  • Aware of health and safety procedures
  • Fluency in a second language is an advantage
  • Experience working within Hotels

Qualifications and Training

No qualifications are necessary for this role. But previous Porter or customer-facing experience will be highly beneficial. Most people tend to work their way up to this position after working as a Porter

Salary Expectations

A Night Auditor can expect to earn between £14,000 and £32,000 depending on experience. The average salary however is rather high!

Salary rates vary depending upon your experience, as well as the company. These figures are only intended as a guide.*

The bonus bits…

Being a Night Auditor means you are frequently looking after a hotel by yourself at night – this gives you a lot of responsibility and work across departments, you’re guaranteed to never be bored

Plenty of opportunities to progress to managerial roles

*Figures from caterer.com December 2015