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Team Members Services Coordinator

Relais & Chateaux

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Team Members Services Coordinator

Job Description

The Team Members Services Coordinator will work on the following projects and actions:


1. Coordination with the international team of Directors of Delegations

Act as liaison between the Head Office and the Delegation Directors
Centralize input and provide support on all projects
Organize team calls and meetings


2. Coordination of certain key projects initiated by the Member Services Team

Business Survey
Delegation Meetings
Delegation Directors Meetings
New Members Integration
R&C Induction Days
Delegation Directors involvement in the Rendez-Vous TBC
TMS KPIs


3. Adminstration

Create and update monitoring tools for the projects of the department
Coordinate actions with other departments
Provide as-needed support to the IDMS on all projects
For the International Director Member Services Provide administrative support (managing agenda, organizing meetings, calls, etc.)
For the General Manager :
- Manage diary, meetings, reservations etc
- Organize Travel requirements
- Prepare expenses report

Details

Job type
Full-time
Location
Paris, France
Department
Event
Languages
French
Starting in
As soon as possible
Contract duration
Indefinite

Relais & Châteaux

Established in 1954, Relais & Châteaux is an association of more than 580 landmark hotels and restaurants operated by independent innkeepers, chefs, and owners who share a passion for their businesses and a desire for authenticity in their relationships with their clientele.
Relais & Châteaux is established around the globe, from the Napa Valley vineyards and French Provence to the beaches of the Indian Ocean. It offers an introduction to a lifestyle inspired by local culture and a unique dip into human history.
Relais & Châteaux members have a driving desire to protect and promote the richness and diversity of the world’s cuisine and traditions of hospitality. They are committed to preserving local heritage and the environment, as encompassed in the Charter presented to UNESCO in November 2014.