Working as a Spa and Leisure Manager can be a varied yet exciting and rewarding career where you could be working at a diverse range of venues including Hotels, Beauty Salons and Health Spas. Responsibilities may be predominantly customer-facing however this role can also be fairly office-based when dealing with the day-to-day operations, budget management and staff training.

As a Spa and Leisure Manager, you should be approachable, friendly and confident speaking to multiple customers on a daily basis. You will also represent an organisation in a professional and welcoming manner.

 

Key responsibilities as a Spa and Leisure Manager:

  • Co-ordinate and organise activities and programmes throughout the venue

  • Advertise, promote and market the business to existing and potential customers

  • Be in charge of recruiting new staff for the Spa and Leisure team

  • Carry out relevant training required for different roles within the organisation

  • Provide overall supervision of all staff within the venue

  • To deliver an outstanding spa experience for members and hotel guests

  • Develop a sales culture to maximise revenue in all areas.

  • Ensure the health and safety of guests and employees in the spas

  • Manage the budgets set out for the Spa and Leisure department

  • To monitor the financial performance and make recommendations for growth and development.

 

How to secure a role as a Spa and Leisure Manager

In order to secure a senior role as a Spa and Leisure Manager, previous experience within a Spa or Leisure position may be necessary. You may also be required to have completed High School or College qualifications within the Spa and Leisure field or a Business related certification. You will have excellent leadership skills in order to manage a team of Spa Therapists as well as other positions depending on the venue you work in.

Contact the Hospitality Division Team

Email the Hospitality Division at hospitality@stafffinders.co.uk

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