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Dutch speaking Events Manager, Cape Town



Cape Town, South Africa 

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Marketing & PR

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Job Description:

Would you love to work at a global leader of hospitality? Are you fluent in Dutch? Keep reading! One of the most recognized names in the hospitality industry have an exciting job opportunity for a Dutch speaking Events Manager to join their team in Cape Town, South Africa. If you understand the importance of upholding a brand’s reputation and value the effort it takes to provide a globally recognized hospitality experience, this job could be perfect for you

Your key job responsibilities as the Dutch speaking Events Manager in Cape Town, South Africa will include:

- Handle event management for all events over 100 delegates and produce accurate event order
- Manage an events schedule to maximise yield
- Focus on a consistently executed up-selling approach
- Build strong relationships with customers to fully understand their needs
- Arrange and carry out Hotel show rounds
- Ensure the complete administration and execution of all planned events
- Participate in hotel promotional activities

Job Requirements:

Requirements for this Dutch speaking Events Manager job in Cape Town, South Africa:

- Must be fluent in Dutch and English (non-negotiable)
- Good organisational and administration skills
- Positive attitude and good communication skills
- Commitment to delivering a high level of customer service
- Confident telephone manner
- High level of IT skills
- Excellent grooming standards

If you meet the above requirements for this amazing Dutch speaking Events Manager in Cape Town, South Africa, please send your CV through! 

Employment Type:

Full time
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Cape Town, South Africa
Phone: +27 21 201 7373
Web Site: www.languagerecruiters.com
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