This week’s job of the week is a Catering and Sales Coordinator (#622395) for the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. This position is seeking an individual to manage the development and implementation of sales, marketing, and conference service strategies for the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.
The responsibilities for this role include maintaining all accounts, generating new business for designated markets, and negotiating guest room rates, meeting room rentals, and banquet events to achieve budgeted revenues. Additional responsibilities of this role include meeting assigned monthly sales quotas, assisting in developing month-end sales reports, and representing the Kellogg Center and Spartan Hospitality Group at community and industry events.
ideal candidate would possess knowledge equivalent to that which normally would
be acquired by completing a four-year college degree program in Business
Administration, Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management, Communications,
or a related field; one to three years of related and progressively more
responsible or expansive work experience in Hotel Catering Sales or Hotel Sales
and Hotel Operations; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
For more details on the responsibilities of this position, and to view all our current postings, visit careers.msu.edu. Internal applicants should access postings through the Careers @ MSU tile in the EBS Portal.
Are you an MSU support staff employee looking for
professional development opportunities? There are a variety of ways for you to
learn and grow in your career at MSU. If you find a course or learning opportunity
you’re interested in, don’t forget you have access to Educational Assistance! This
benefit offers financial assistance towards your professional development after
you’ve worked at MSU for an equivalent of 12 full-time service months. If you
work less than full-time, the benefit is prorated based on your employment
You may receive financial assistance for a variety of
learning opportunities. For non-credit learning opportunities, you may have up
to $800 per year to use towards registration fees. It must be considered
job-related and from an approved institution/program to receive assistance.
Some examples of learning opportunities you can use this benefit for include:
For credit courses, you can receive up to 14 credits per
academic year. Your financial assistance level is determined by your union
group, the type of course you’re taking (graduate or undergraduate), and where
you’re taking the course (MSU or another university). The course must be
considered job-related, degree-related, or career/professional
Find detailed information about Educational Assistance – including how to apply – on the HR website. Questions? We’re happy to help! Contact the HR Solutions Center at SolutionsCenter@hr.msu.edu or 517-353-4434.
Please note: Academic Specialists have a program similar to Educational Assistance, please see the HR website for details.