A motel manager is in charge of all aspects of the running of a motel. This includes routine cleaning and maintenance, bookings, customer service, food and drink, and all other legal and financial matters pertaining to the running of the motel. The level of work will be quite different depending on the size of the motel: At a larger establishment, the manager may spend most of their time working in a back-office role, whereas at a smaller one, you may find that you're also performing tasks such as managing reception or other similar tasks. This will also depend upon your personal management style and the expectations and requirements of the owner (if you do not own the motel yourself).
Some motel manager jobs may include accommodation for part or all of the time. You are also likely to work in shifts, including working weekends, evenings and nights, and you can expect more work but not necessarily more pay during peak holiday seasons.
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