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Timothy J. HUNT
Timothy Hunt’s career has fast tracked since the day he first stepped on campus at the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School. He took his workplace training as part of his degree in resorts. His first placement was in a senior food and beverage position.
The dux of his graduating year, 2010 saw Tim employed with the Park Hyatt Sydney. Park Hyatt is the luxury tier of the Hyatt's Hotels andResorts many brands. The Park Hyatt Sydney is nestled between two iconic Australian landmarks. Boasting 155 rooms, including luxury suites, the property in which Tim's career is developing represents personalised luxury at the highest level.
Awarding Tim employee of the year in his first year of employment, Park Hyatt Sydney has moved Tim rapidly through the ranks. Firstly as Senior Butler, then Team Leader, Guest Services and currently Assistant Guest Services Manager where in conjunction with the Guest Services Manager he oversees a team of 28 inclusive of butlers, business centre and guest services associates.
Tim sees his work as playing a significant role in developing, implementing and raising service standards across his property. He has set a high bar for himself through looking to achieve his goals in an environment, which expects the highest possible results.
Working outside his employment Tim returns to his school as a guest lecturer.His presentations in 'Brand Loyalty' and the importance in establishing your own personal brand for upcoming leaders are a way of giving back to the hospitality industry as a whole.
Specialising in leadership and guest experiences Timothy Hunt's career is just beginning. His professional goals are ambitious.
"The goals for myself, on this road of self-discovery, are to best understand and develop my own inner strengths and openness to the world around us. My passion is to apprehend people through perceptions to situations and create influence or affect their mindsets. Being an individual who strives to 'pre-empt' service, this path of 'understanding perception' will define my career and define my professional goals. Iaspire to be a leading hotelier in a global context." - Timothy J. Hunt.
Timothy aspires to achieve by remaining savvy and knowledgeable within the industry. He strives to continuously lead teams that heighten every guest's experience."Ultimately, I want to become a general manager of a leading luxury property(Hyatt is my brand of preference), achieved through a rooms' division path.Furthermore, I wish to be recognised as a leading hotelier, known for defining customer service within the international hotel and tourism industry." - Timothy J. Hunt
In the next 5 years this young hotelier aims to stay loyal to the Hyatt brand to continue to develop and change service standards, raising guest experiences to the highest level. The higher the level of management the more influence Timothy is able to have within his chosen brand. As within his current role, Timothy is creating impact on the lives of his guests.