Night auditors are the overnight desk clerks and reception area workers in the hospitality industry. Their hours require that they be self-starters, motivated to stay on task with minimal supervision, and capable of independent problems solving, in addition to the regular expectations that are common to all hospitality workers. This makes the ideal candidate for a night auditor position a diligent, independent, and polite customer service professional with a track record of responsiveness to both supervisor and customer concerns.
What the Night Auditor Objective Should Tell Employers
Candidates for the night auditor job typically have some experience in customer service, reception, or other office work, since they work independently most of the time. An objective that highlights that previous experience and discusses how you want to put it to work for your new employer will catch a reader’s attention while focusing them on the relevant aspects of your history. It can also be important to demonstrate your willingness to adapt and your overall ambitions, but remember that you are applying for this job, not a future promotion. Make the resume focused on where you can take this position, not where you hope it will take you.
Sample Night Auditor Resume Objectives
When writing your objective, keep the employer’s needs in mind at all times, and try to be responsive to the language in their description of the job. That is what they are looking for, so mirroring it a little bit is a good way to get a reader to pick up on what you are trying to communicate.
Seeking employment as a night auditor or overnight receptionist where my combination of independent motivation and prior experience in hotel reception will be fully engaged.
Looking for a night auditor position that engages my previous administrative experience in an independent and self-motivated environment.
Dedicated and experienced reception professional seeks an overnight job that puts an existing hospitality skill set to use while taking them to the next level with a challenging, independent work environment.
Organized self-starter seeking to enter the hospitality field, to put previous administrative training to use in an exciting new career that fits a natural night owl’s schedule.
Searching for a night auditor position with a company that engages employees with duties that emphasize responsibility and independent problem solving skills.
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