What does a Night Auditor do?
A front desk agent is responsible for checking hotel guests in and out of their rooms. They are responsible for ensuring that every single guest has an enjoyable experience at the hotel. A few of the main duties of a front desk agent are greeting guests at the front desk, answering any questions, recommending activities and restaurants to guests, and answering any phone calls. They also have to store any luggage as needed by guests. Some of the jobs titles that a front desk agent could grow into are hotel manager and general manager.
A front desk agent does not need any experience but should have a high school degree or GED equivalent. One of the most important skills that a front desk agent will have is attention to detail. Another skill is organization as the front desk agent will have to keep track of guests and their requests.
- Check guests in and out of their rooms
- Answer any questions guests have
- Make recommendations for activities and restaurants
- Store any luggage guests have
- Answer the phone and direct the call
- Take reservations on the phone
- Arrange transportation for guests
- Maintain the record of guests that have checked in and out
- High school diploma or GED equivalent
- Excellent customer service skills
- Amazing interpersonal abilities
- Top-of-the-line organizational skills
- Ability to handle multiple tasks at once
- Amazing time management skills
- A degree in hotel management is preferred
- Incredibly detail oriented
- Able to work nights and weekends
How much does a Night Auditor make?
Night Auditor Career Path
Learn how to become a Night Auditor, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.
Years of Experience Distribution
Night Auditor Insights
“None really work and life balance are good hours are hard but you get use to it”
“Terrible pay but if you're a college student with little to no bills it's perfect.”
“Every day at the property is different and I enjoyed that there was something new to do every day.”
“Everyone I worked with there were so sweet and helped me with anything I needed.”
“The people you work with are fantastic and one of the best things about working at Middle Beach Lodge.”
“Working at the front desk is not strenuous and I enjoy my time helping people in their studios.”
“My coworkers are great and we have a good time while we’re getting things done.”
“The best environment to meet people to work with and it is really a fun place to be during conventions.”
Night Auditor Interviews
Frequently asked questions about the roles and responsibilities of a Night Auditor
When working as a Night Auditor, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are Excellent Customer Service, English Language, Anger, Interpersonal and Communication, and Calculations.
- Front Desk Manager
- Administrative Assistant
- Executive Assistant
The most common qualifications to become a Night Auditor include a minimum of a Associate's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 years of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.