Hosting manager – Destination Caribbean http://destinationcaribbean.net/ Wed, 25 May 2022 13:21:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://destinationcaribbean.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile.png Hosting manager – Destination Caribbean http://destinationcaribbean.net/ 32 32 Peterborough Golf and Country Club has a new general manager https://destinationcaribbean.net/peterborough-golf-and-country-club-has-a-new-general-manager/ Tue, 24 May 2022 16:47:07 +0000 https://destinationcaribbean.net/peterborough-golf-and-country-club-has-a-new-general-manager/ Jermaine Brissett had no idea when he took a caddy job at 13 to earn a few bucks he would start a lifelong love and career in golf. Brissett, a Jamaican native who moved to Toronto with his family when he was 10, started on Tuesday in his new role as general manager and chief […]]]>

Jermaine Brissett had no idea when he took a caddy job at 13 to earn a few bucks he would start a lifelong love and career in golf.

Brissett, a Jamaican native who moved to Toronto with his family when he was 10, started on Tuesday in his new role as general manager and chief operating officer of the Peterborough Golf and Country Club, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary. This year.

Brissett, 47, is a Certified Cub Manager, having earned that designation in 2015. He’s one of only 65 in Canada and about 1,700 worldwide. He recently applied his experience as General Manager of the National Golf Club of Canada. He replaces Mike Gillan who has returned to his native Alberta to take charge of the Calgary Country Club.

Brissett and his wife Tricia and their three children – Carisse, Roman and Joceline – are delighted to be moving to Peterborough.

“The last two GMs are friends of mine and they’ve loved the club, the course, the people there,” Brissett said. “It piqued my curiosity and my conversations with people there just confirmed that, wow, this is a great place to work.”

Visits to the area also sealed the deal.

“It was a family decision. We have been out several times since mid-April and have been pleasantly surprised at how beautiful the area is and how family friendly it seems. We were intrigued. My wife was definitely a big city girl, she loved it, but again, it was all so intriguing to us, we really liked what we saw.

He is also intrigued by the idea of ​​working at a curling club.

“I have never worked in a curling club. I love curling, but I’ve only watched it on TV and only thrown a rock once,” he said. “The idea of ​​a golf and curling club and a Stanley Thompson Golf Course is an intriguing opportunity.”

PGCC Chairman Dave Robinson said Brissett brings a wide variety of skills to the job and over time will make his mark in all aspects of the club.

“We’re not broke here, we’re clicking,” Robinson said. “As COVID recedes, there is a need to support our food and drink as we return to hosting weddings, banquets, Christmas parties, that sort of thing.

“At Oakdale, where he worked for 17 years, he was in charge of the clubhouse where he directly controlled the food and beverage portion of the club. he’s been there and done it. Not that he’s not equally skilled on the golf side, but that’s not where our opportunity lies.

“What I told him is to let our A team run the golf and the curling and in your first six months here reinforce the food and drink side because COVID allows us to relaunch. We all know the staffing shortages and all that. This is where I need his help.

Brissett has been working on the evolving pandemic protocols and looks forward to the challenge.

“I don’t think my experience in the area can make it worse, I can only help,” he said.

Robinson said Brissett also had the right personality to lead.

“Based on a club culture, he’s going to fit in here and hit the ground running,” Robinson said.

Brissett’s friends were caddies and convinced him to give Oakdale Golf and Country Club a try.

“I didn’t play golf for about three years as a caddy,” he said.

“I realized I liked the game, but at first it was definitely about caddying and making money. The worst thing that can happen to you is to land a really good shot. Once you hit a good shot, you’re addicted. That’s pretty much what got me.”

mike.davies@peterboroughdaily.com

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola thinks his side have nothing to worry about in the Premier League final day https://destinationcaribbean.net/manchester-city-manager-pep-guardiola-thinks-his-side-have-nothing-to-worry-about-in-the-premier-league-final-day/ Sat, 21 May 2022 19:49:23 +0000 https://destinationcaribbean.net/manchester-city-manager-pep-guardiola-thinks-his-side-have-nothing-to-worry-about-in-the-premier-league-final-day/ Pep Guardiola says Manchester City players needn’t be scared or worried in Sunday’s Premier League title showdown against Aston Villa if they stick to the game plan and focus on the game. City know a win over Villa will put them ahead of Liverpool in the title race, with Liverpool hosting Wolves at the same […]]]>

Pep Guardiola says Manchester City players needn’t be scared or worried in Sunday’s Premier League title showdown against Aston Villa if they stick to the game plan and focus on the game.

City know a win over Villa will put them ahead of Liverpool in the title race, with Liverpool hosting Wolves at the same time in the final round of fixtures.

Any mistake will see Liverpool snatch the title right in front of City’s noses, but Guardiola has told his side to “enjoy and suffer the moment” of trying to clinch the Premier League title.

“I told our players, it’s just a football match,” Guardiola said in his pre-match press conference. “Don’t think how happy or sad we would be, just focus on what we need to do to beat Aston Villa. To have one more title, or one less, is important but it’s only a soccer game.

“I have a feeling we’ll do things incredibly well. We haven’t been here many times in our history, but we must be anxious or nervous? Not at all. Just try to enjoy and suffer in the moment.

“Focus on will they play [Ollie] Watkins or [Danny] Ings or just Watkins. Douglas Luiz as starting midfielder in three or four [midfielders]? Does John McGinn move inside or outside. will they play [Phillipe] Coutinho and [Emiliano] Bundia together? That’s what we have to do to win the game.

Guardiola admitted City players could be feeling the nerves of having the Premier League title within their grasp with one game to go – and announced his side would not have any special pre-match arrangements until after the match. Sunday final.

“It’s hard to control your emotions,” he added. “They are human beings and there are concerns about what will happen if they [Villa] score. You may have to live with something that is uncomfortable, but you have to react as best you can.

“In football it’s not over until it’s over. Don’t give up and do what you did last month and go for it. What we are planning is just one game football, nothing different. “We are not going to do anything new, everyone will be at home before the game with the families. We are preparing the game to win against Aston Villa, and we are going to go to the plan to try to beat Aston Villa. No more than that. We can make theories, but it’s only a football game with 11 players and a good manager who will try to beat us.

What are the permutations of the title race on the final day?
Manchester City (90 points) have already won three Premier League titles on the final day of the season – in 2012, 2014 and 2019 – and could do so again this Sunday. Pep Guardiola’s men lead Liverpool by just one point. This therefore means:

Manchester City will win the Premier League if they beat Aston Villa on Sunday – or equal Liverpool’s result at home to Wolves.
If City draw Villa, Liverpool will be crowned champions if they beat Wolves.
Given their inferior goal difference, a draw would not be enough for Liverpool to be champions on Sunday should Manchester City lose by a seven-goal margin to Aston Villa. An unlikely Premier League title play-off is still possible, should Man City and Liverpool finish with the same number of points, goal difference, goals scored and goals conceded – with their head-to-head record head already level.

For this play-off to take place, Manchester City would need to lose 6-0 at home to Villa, with Liverpool and Wolves drawing 5-5 at Anfield.

Summary of news:

  • Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola thinks his side have nothing to worry about in the Premier League final day
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Jack Charlton’s son says legendary Irish manager ‘even got lucky’ when he died https://destinationcaribbean.net/jack-charltons-son-says-legendary-irish-manager-even-got-lucky-when-he-died/ Sat, 21 May 2022 12:57:31 +0000 https://destinationcaribbean.net/jack-charltons-son-says-legendary-irish-manager-even-got-lucky-when-he-died/ Jack Charlton’s son believes the legendary manager was ‘lucky’ in that he died before his dementia got worse. Big Jack lived with dementia in the last years of his life, but his son John says the World Cup winner could still look after himself and didn’t need care. Aged 85, Charlton died in 2020 after […]]]>

Jack Charlton’s son believes the legendary manager was ‘lucky’ in that he died before his dementia got worse.

Big Jack lived with dementia in the last years of his life, but his son John says the World Cup winner could still look after himself and didn’t need care.

Aged 85, Charlton died in 2020 after a battle with lymphoma.

John was in Dublin on Friday night to attend FAI’s centenary celebrations on RTE’s Late Late Show and spoke about his father’s dementia and death.

He told Ryan Tubridy: “His dementia wasn’t as bad as other people who’ve had it. Maybe it was because the blood cancer, the lymphoma, that he had was what finally killed him. It had nothing to do with dementia, although he had it.

“At 85 – how old do you live? So dementia for him wasn’t that bad in that if I walked in with my kids he knew who they all were. It’s not like if he needs help.



John Charlton

“He could get up and go and have a cup of tea. He could do whatever he normally could, it’s just that his memory was going faster than it should have.

“I’ve always said that in his life he had a life that was amazing from start to finish and even when he died he still got away with it for the simple reason that blood cancer killed him. .

“He’s never been so bad with dementia, so it didn’t put pressure on my mum and he didn’t have to worry about it. He died before it got that bad, so in dying, he is even very lucky.”

Paul McGrath was also a guest on the Friday show and handed John a book of condolences which was signed by the people of Ireland following Jack’s death during lockdown.



Paul McGrath and John Charlton

Reacting to the handover of the book, John said: “I think the only thing to say is that he was happy when people were happy, and that’s really how he lived his life.

“If he could make them as happy as possible, then he was happy.”

McGrath also paid tribute to his former manager, saying: “He knew I was a little different because I would end up on a train I wasn’t supposed to be on – or it could have been a plane – and he said. always forgave me, I always wanted me back in the team.

“I always wanted to play because we had a great relationship with each other. John and Peter (Jack Charlton’s sons) came with us to be part of the team.

“I loved it because, for me, it was the best ten years of my life.”

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Note from Brand Manager Emily Caswell https://destinationcaribbean.net/note-from-brand-manager-emily-caswell/ Fri, 20 May 2022 16:33:17 +0000 https://destinationcaribbean.net/note-from-brand-manager-emily-caswell/ By Emily CaswellThere’s a joke that goes, “How many Michigan State University students does it take to change a light bulb?” The answer? “40,001. One of them to change the light bulb and 40,000 of them to throw a party for it.As an MSU grad, I might be offended by that joke, but if my […]]]>

By Emily Caswell
There’s a joke that goes, “How many Michigan State University students does it take to change a light bulb?” The answer? “40,001. One of them to change the light bulb and 40,000 of them to throw a party for it.
As an MSU grad, I might be offended by that joke, but if my four years on campus were any indication, the joke rings true. I learned everything I need to know about throwing a big party at MSU. Of course, as a journalism major, I also learned a lot of other valuable information.
I brought together my degree and knowledge of party planning when I took on the role of Brand Manager at View Newspaper Group. And that’s good news for this community.
(Even if you’re a U of M fan).
It’s because this community has something to celebrate. New owners and new design for The Citizen. The View Newspaper Group team is proud to continue the tradition of providing local news to this community, because we know that communities with strong newspapers are happier, healthier, safer and, of course, better informed.
In time, I know it’s something we’ll celebrate together, because I’m one of those lucky people who gets paid to do something I love: throwing parties.
These parties, like the recent changes to The Citizen, have a purpose. To connect community members to our sponsors, to each other, to us, and to raise funds for worthy causes.
Whether it’s events like our craft beer festival in downtown Fenton, our ladies-only golf outing in Metamora, or our classy bowling event in Lapeer, we’ve found that playing the part Hosting and bringing people together for fun and fundraising is a great role for a community newspaper.
Since we started hosting community events, we’ve raised over $160,000 for our nonprofit event partners.
In 2021 alone, View Newspaper Group gave back $79,000 through our events and other cash donations. This was in addition to donations of ad space to nonprofits in the area to promote their own events and causes.
We believe in investing in the communities we serve. We do this through our journals, donations, organizing events and more. Many of our team members do this through volunteer work.
I look forward to continuing our investment in this community – and the party that will one day include it. If you have any ideas for a great community event, I’d love to hear them. Email me at ecaswell@mihomepaper.com. Learn more about how you can support our mission on page 21.

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Memo from the brand manager https://destinationcaribbean.net/memo-from-the-brand-manager/ Thu, 19 May 2022 21:05:34 +0000 https://destinationcaribbean.net/memo-from-the-brand-manager/ By Emily Casewell There’s a joke that goes, “How many Michigan State University students does it take to change a light bulb?” The answer? “40,001. One of them to change the light bulb and 40,000 of them to throw a party for it. Taking advantage of Bottles, Brews & News – our Craft Beer Festival […]]]>

By Emily Casewell

There’s a joke that goes, “How many Michigan State University students does it take to change a light bulb?” The answer? “40,001. One of them to change the light bulb and 40,000 of them to throw a party for it.

Taking advantage of Bottles, Brews & News – our Craft Beer Festival in downtown Fenton – Brand Manager Emily Caswell and her husband Matt. We look forward to hosting similar events in your community.

As an MSU grad, I might be offended by that joke, but if my four years on campus were any indication, the joke rings true. I learned everything I need to know about throwing a big party at MSU. Of course, as a journalism major, I also learned a lot of other valuable information.

I brought together my degree and knowledge of party planning when I took on the role of Brand Manager at View Newspaper Group. And that’s good news for this community. (Even if you’re a U of M fan).

It’s because, as you hopefully saw in last week’s log, this community has something to celebrate. In case you missed it, the team at View Newspaper Group, the local company that acquired The Lake Orion Review about a month ago, made some changes to the newspaper you’re reading now. One being the design and two being how the paper gets into the hands of community members.

While The Lake Orion Review previously followed a traditional subscriber model, last week launched a new model in which the full journal goes to everyone in the community’s personal mailbox each week. This is great news because we know that communities with strong logs are happier, healthier, safer, and of course, better informed.

In time, I know it’s something we’ll celebrate together, because I’m one of those lucky people who gets paid to do something I love: throwing parties.

These parties, much like recent changes to the design and distribution model, have a purpose. To connect community members to our sponsors, to each other, to us, and to raise funds for worthy causes.

Whether it’s events like our craft beer festival in downtown Fenton, our ladies-only golf outing in Metamora, or our classy bowling event in Lapeer, we’ve found that playing the part Hosting and bringing people together for fun and fundraising is a great role for a community newspaper.
Since we started hosting community events, we’ve raised over $160,000 for our nonprofit event partners.

In 2021 alone, View Newspaper Group gave back $79,000 through our events and other cash donations. This was in addition to donations of ad space to nonprofits in the area to promote their own events and causes.

We believe in investing in the communities we serve. We do this through our journals, donations, organizing events and more. Many of our team members do this through volunteer work.

I look forward to continuing our investment in this community – and the party that will one day include it. If you have any ideas for a great community event, I’d love to hear them. Email me at ecaswell@mihomepaper.com. If you would like to join us in investing in your community, see how you can support our mission on page 19.

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Assistant Manager, Webmaster job with SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES https://destinationcaribbean.net/assistant-manager-webmaster-job-with-singapore-university-of-social-sciences/ Thu, 19 May 2022 00:51:18 +0000 https://destinationcaribbean.net/assistant-manager-webmaster-job-with-singapore-university-of-social-sciences/ job description Manage and oversee the SUSS corporate website and intranet, two key academic platforms. The role responds to key SUSS Communications & Marketing (COMM) stakeholders and supports school/department content requests and overall technical management of the SUSS corporate website, CMS website and SUSS intranet (staff portal). The role is a combination of […]]]>

job description

Manage and oversee the SUSS corporate website and intranet, two key academic platforms.

  • The role responds to key SUSS Communications & Marketing (COMM) stakeholders and supports school/department content requests and overall technical management of the SUSS corporate website, CMS website and SUSS intranet (staff portal).
  • The role is a combination of roles: Website designer and CMS/intranet consultant, reporting to and overseen by SUSS IT, with a dotted line reporting to COMM, as a key website player and business user.
  • The incumbent should have skills and experiences focused on web design / content design / website management as a key priority. Project management skills are essential.

Specific (90%)

  • Maintain the quality of content and design of the SUSS website, in accordance with our brand requirements, to provide a strong and consistent user experience and SEO.
  • Build and test on-brand, functional, user-centric web pages/subsites with a good understanding of stakeholder needs, and oversee holistic CMS functionality needs.
  • Respond to and support content requests from respective school and departmental websites, including guiding their design agencies from conceptualization to production of web pages, banners, images, wireframes, workflows users, applications, forms and sitemaps, among others.
  • Primary point of contact for all company website content requests, including content and design consistency, website guidelines, posting requests and feedback, and training of all company representatives content.
  • Incident and problem management for users website CMS, front-end and back-end.
  • Monitor and work with website vendors to ensure system reliability, CMS optimization and related projects for better performance and/or UX, UI.
  • Investigate/identify key website and digital trends, propose and manage enhancement requests for the continued growth needs of the SUSS corporate website, website CMS and intranet.
  • Provide day-to-day technical guidance and support to COMM, content reps and users for website CMS and intranet maintenance.
  • Plan, communicate and coordinate with vendors, stakeholders and end users for CMS website and Sharepoint (intranet) release management.
  • Obtain IT support to implement and ensure optimal website security, hosting and data protection and intranet performance. This includes training/activating an IT backup for full website and intranet support in the absence of the webmaster.
  • Monitor, analyze and report all aspects of website and intranet performance with analytics tools.
  • Regulate and manage the access rights of different users on the website and intranet.
  • Locate and debug website issues.

General (10%)

  • Other tasks also include reviewing site traffic, generating statistics/reports, attending SUSS events.

Job requirements

Academic Education/Training/Experience

  • Minimum Education Level: Degree in Computer Science/Computer Science/Web Design/Web Development with 2 years of experience.
  • Skills in graphic design and HTML creation. Photoshop/Flash animation is essential. Additional knowledge of the software package will be an advantage.
  • Working knowledge of website/intranet management and chatbot tools like Sitefinity, Sharepoint and Bold360.
  • Online marketing and SEO skills.
  • Knowledge of computer security.

Personal qualities

  • Strong project and stakeholder management skills.
  • Good communication skills, written and oral, to convey key website and platform knowledge and train non-IT stakeholders.
  • Independent, reliable and detail-oriented.
  • Agile and passionate learner with an innovative and learning mindset to learn new web design skills, new technologies to develop unique websites and user-centric experiences.

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Hilton Cultural Programming Manager & Leadership Educator Kalei ʻUwēko ʻolani About Hawaiian Culture https://destinationcaribbean.net/hilton-cultural-programming-manager-leadership-educator-kalei-%ca%bbuweko-%ca%bbolani-about-hawaiian-culture/ Wed, 18 May 2022 08:13:26 +0000 https://destinationcaribbean.net/hilton-cultural-programming-manager-leadership-educator-kalei-%ca%bbuweko-%ca%bbolani-about-hawaiian-culture/ May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and it’s a great time to recognize and celebrate the significant contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. . Hilton properties around the world offer amenities and activities that can help guests better understand and appreciate the heritage of the surrounding destination, and […]]]>

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and it’s a great time to recognize and celebrate the significant contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. . Hilton properties around the world offer amenities and activities that can help guests better understand and appreciate the heritage of the surrounding destination, and Hilton has team members around the world who help make the world a better place. inclusive, welcoming and friendly.

Kalei ʻUwēko ʻolani, cultural programming manager and leadership educator at the Grand Wailea Maui, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, educates team members on local culture and develops programs and guest experiences to showcase its heritage Hawaiian. To celebrate AAPI Month, Kalei shares a bit of her history with Hilton, the work she does at Grand Wailea, and what guests can expect when they dive into the resort’s lineup.

How long have you worked for Hilton? What has you professional path been ?

This is my ninth year working for Hilton. I started my career at Hilton in Grand Wailea in 2006, where I started as a Camp Counselor in the Recreation Department. We were responsible for welcoming children staying at our resort and providing a fun, safe and encouraging environment through cultural activities, games, crafts and more. During my tenure in the recreation department, I had the opportunity to cross-train in several jobs, including office attendant, cabana attendant, beach and pool attendant, and supervisor. I remained in this role at Grand Wailea until 2010, then returned to ownership in 2017. In 2018 I took on a new role as Hawaiian Cultural Ambassador and in 2021 I was promoted to Head of cultural and educational leadership programming.

What does your job as Grand Wailea’s Cultural Programming Manager and Leadership Educator involve?

My title allows for some flexibility and it sets a standard to follow while giving me room to grow. I support the hotel and each of its respective departments to raise the level of cultural competence, consistency and sensitivity. I create, facilitate and strategically execute cultivation opportunities to the highest standards befitting the Grand Wailea and Waldorf Astoria brands. I also engage with the community to develop, nurture and strengthen relationships as a representative of Grand Wailea.

How does this role help introduce your heritage to travellers? How does that make you feel?

Hawaiian culture is arguably one of the strongest remaining cultures in the world, and Hawaii is one of the most beautiful places. We are passionate, kind and caring people, rich in our traditions. This role allows my Hawaiian heritage to be presented to guests without restriction. This is often seen through our enhanced cultural experiences and annual cultural events, as well as VIP hospitality, discovery tours, pre-conference meetings and group clients.

In the Hawaiian language we have many words to convey emotions, each of them having a different level of the same English understanding of the word. If I had to choose just one “feelings,” that would be what Hawaiians call haʻaheo (ha-AH-hey-OH). Haʻaheo can be loosely translated to “proud.” Although there are many words that we can translate from Hawaiian to English to mean proud or the idea behind this word, haʻaheo is the feeling of accomplishment. It’s the feeling of hitting a grand slam or finishing your college degree. It’s haʻaheo. I take pride in what I do and I am proud of my team as we help educate guests about Hawaiian culture and share our Hawaiian customs, values ​​and traditions with them.

How do you feel supported by the property – and the Hilton brand – in celebrating your culture every day?

When it comes to my culture, I feel unconditional and endless love and support from the team at Grand Wailea – each of the respective departments and especially Sales and Marketing. I am passionate about my culture and seek to explore opportunities to bring my passion, drive and creative ideas to fruition. Everyone on the Grand Wailea team helps bring these ideas to life. One of the many ways they support me is by using the in-house training I deliver weekly and monthly to educate themselves and share it with their families and our guests. They help me celebrate my culture by asking questions, offering support, and taking the time to learn and grow with me. We celebrate together through visual representations of our internal Heart of House labels and also through digital signage around our property.

What can travelers expect from the activities you offer? What is their reaction?

Grand Wailea offers a wide range of Hawaiian cultural activities and experiences each month. Some of our traditional activities cannot be found at any other resort in Hawaii. Working with some of Hawaii’s finest cultural practitioners and our best team members, we can create lasting memories for our guests through these unique experiences. When guests book a place for one of our cultural activities or experiences, they can expect to take home a greater understanding of the culture and a deeper appreciation of our islands. In addition to entertaining our guests, we also educate them about the meaning and importance of what we do at the Grand Wailea and the cultural vision we have.

“When guests book a place for one of our cultural activities or experiences, they can expect to take home a deeper understanding of the culture and a deeper appreciation of our islands”, – Kalei ʻUwēko ʻolani, Cultural Programming Manager and Leadership Educator, Grand Wailea Maui, A Waldorf Astoria Resort.

We have found that many of our customers are very surprised to learn the correct pronunciation of words or the amount of history of that particular area of ​​Wailea. We also have guests who come year after year who look forward to the activities and experiences we continue to offer. My favorite reactions are those speechless, amazed moments.

About Hilton

Hilton (NYSE: HLT) is a leading global hospitality company with a portfolio of 18 world-class brands comprising more than 6,800 properties and more than one million rooms, in 122 countries and territories. Dedicated to fulfilling its founding vision of filling the earth with the light and warmth of hospitality, Hilton has welcomed more than 3 billion guests in its more than 100-year history, earned a prominent place on the 2021 World’s Best Workplaces list and has been recognized as a Global Leader on the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes for five consecutive years. In 2021, in addition to opening more than one hotel per day, Hilton introduced several industry-leading technology enhancements to improve the guest experience, including digital key sharing, automated complimentary room upgrades and the ability to book connecting rooms confirmed. Through the award-winning Hilton Honors loyalty program, the more than 128 million members who book directly with Hilton can earn points for hotel stays and experiences that money can’t buy. With the free Hilton Honors app, guests can book their stay, select their room, check in, unlock their door with a digital key and pay for their purchases, all from their smartphone. Visit newsroom.hilton.com for more information and connect with Hilton on Facebook, TwitterLinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.

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Senior Account Manager (6 month contract) https://destinationcaribbean.net/senior-account-manager-6-month-contract/ Tue, 17 May 2022 00:13:53 +0000 https://destinationcaribbean.net/senior-account-manager-6-month-contract/ We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Account Manager to join the Sponsorship Division of Secret Sounds; Secret Sounds Connect, on a 6 month contract to support the team during a busy period. Secret Sounds Connect is a market-leading commercial rights, experiential and creative services agency responsible for developing and executing brand partnerships for […]]]>

We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Account Manager to join the Sponsorship Division of Secret Sounds; Secret Sounds Connect, on a 6 month contract to support the team during a busy period. Secret Sounds Connect is a market-leading commercial rights, experiential and creative services agency responsible for developing and executing brand partnerships for Splendor in the Grass, Falls Festival and other Secret Sounds assets. Secret Sounds Connect creates original brand campaigns in music and entertainment.

main responsibilities and tasks

  • Project management and account servicing for a suite of clients across a range of campaigns and events
  • Manage end-to-end client campaigns including; account management, internal and external stakeholder engagement and agency workflow coordination
  • Communicate client goals, needs, requirements and requests and translate them into detailed agency notes in collaboration with your teammates
  • Execute brand partnership campaigns and manage event onboarding deliverables
  • Contribute to the generation of creative ideas for all client campaigns that will generate ROI
  • Customer budget management
  • Support client campaigns at events including but not limited to; act as a key on-site contact for clients when required and host competition winners, including behind-the-scenes tours and meet-and-greets
  • Must be available to travel for events as needed

skills and experience

  • 3+ years of account management experience within a creative, experiential, or sponsorship agency, or in a similar integrated project manager role at a media publisher
  • Ability to work independently and quickly jump into a dynamic role
  • Campaign management and event experience
  • Demonstrated experience as a primary relationship manager with a range of clients
  • In-depth understanding and experience of the digital landscape and social media
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and relationship building skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • You will need to be available outside normal opening hours during peak event times
  • Ability to work collaboratively with internal agency teams, including creative and experiential teams

who we are

Secret Sounds are one of Australia’s largest and fastest growing music groups, covering virtually every segment of the music industry. With a full-time team of over 80 people, we produce the country’s preeminent music and arts festivals, including Splendor In The Grass and Falls festivals, manage our own venues and represent the interests of over 250 artists. leading national and international brands through labels, publishing, touring, public relations, commercial rights/sponsorship, artist management and booking agencies.

what is offered

This is a great opportunity to join a much-loved team working in an exciting industry and representing some of Australia’s most respected musical assets. The successful candidate will enjoy a collaborative, down-to-earth environment and many music-related benefits.

If you are excited about this opportunity, send your resume with a cover letter telling us how your skills and experience match the requirements to klara@secretsounds.com.

Thank you for your interest – please note that due to the large number of applications received, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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Cristiano Ronaldo backs new manager Erik Ten Hag to deliver to Manchester United https://destinationcaribbean.net/cristiano-ronaldo-backs-new-manager-erik-ten-hag-to-deliver-to-manchester-united/ Sat, 14 May 2022 11:02:46 +0000 https://destinationcaribbean.net/cristiano-ronaldo-backs-new-manager-erik-ten-hag-to-deliver-to-manchester-united/ Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo has expressed confidence that new manager Erik ten Hag will suit Old Trafford, but warned the Dutchman must be given time if United are to find their way back to winning ways. Speculation is rife over Ronaldo’s future at United after a trophyless campaign and their failure to qualify for […]]]>

Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo has expressed confidence that new manager Erik ten Hag will suit Old Trafford, but warned the Dutchman must be given time if United are to find their way back to winning ways.

Speculation is rife over Ronaldo’s future at United after a trophyless campaign and their failure to qualify for the Champions League this season.

“What I know about him is that he did a fantastic job for Ajax (Amsterdam), that he is an experienced coach,” Ronaldo told the club’s website on Friday. “But we have to give him time. Things have to change the way he wants.”

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The 37-year-old was among the few bright sparks for United in an otherwise abysmal season under caretaker boss Ralf Rangnick, scoring 24 times in all competitions.

“I hope we are successful, of course, because if you are successful, all of Manchester is going to be successful as well. I wish him the best,” added the Portuguese.

“We are happy and excited, not only as players but also as supporters,” Ronaldo said. “Let’s believe that next year we will win trophies. »

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Ten Hag, who signed a three-year contract, comes to United after five seasons at Ajax, where he led the team to three league titles and two Dutch Cup victories.

United, sixth in the league, travel to Crystal Palace for the final game of the season on May 22.

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Kris Jenner Isn’t Pete Davidson’s Manager Amid Kim Romance https://destinationcaribbean.net/kris-jenner-isnt-pete-davidsons-manager-amid-kim-romance/ Fri, 13 May 2022 20:15:44 +0000 https://destinationcaribbean.net/kris-jenner-isnt-pete-davidsons-manager-amid-kim-romance/ A new A-List customer? pete davidson is not managed by Kris Jenner, We Weekly can exclusively confirm. Rumors that the Saturday Night Live star, 28, signed with the keeping up with the Kardashians alum, 66, first surfaced on Thursday, May 12, when the “Morgan’s Pop Talks” podcast host Morgan Paige reports shared on TikTok. “Kris […]]]>

A new A-List customer? pete davidson is not managed by Kris Jenner, We Weekly can exclusively confirm.

Rumors that the Saturday Night Live star, 28, signed with the keeping up with the Kardashians alum, 66, first surfaced on Thursday, May 12, when the “Morgan’s Pop Talks” podcast host Morgan Paige reports shared on TikTok. “Kris Jenner could handle a new celebrity client,” she says in the video. “When I tell you, I am shaken to the core.” The social media influencer then shared a clip from her podcast in which her guest claims that “our sources say he’s going to join Kris Jenner.”

Pete Davidson and Kris Jenner. Shutter (2)

However, a source close to the momager denied the reports on Friday, May 13. “Kris is not Pete’s manager,” an insider said. We exclusively. However, multiple sources note that Jenner has given Davidson advice — albeit not in an official capacity.

Last month, Deadline reported that Davidson had parted ways with his management company Brillstein Entertainment Partners. The comedian’s manager, Tim Sarkesis credited as executive producer on two of Davidson’s stand-up specials: 2016 Pete DavidsonCMS and 2020s Pete Davidson: Living from New York.

The New York native has grown close with Jenner since they started dating Kim Kardashian in October 2021, following the intervention of the founder of Skims SNL beginnings of accommodation. “I’m kind of romantically involved, for sure, and I wouldn’t be with someone if I hadn’t planned to spend a lot of time with them,” Kardashian, 41, said during a ABC News interview with Robin Robert last month. “Obviously I want to take my time, but I’m very happy and very happy. And it’s such a good feeling just to be at peace.

During the special, Jenner gave the relationship her stamp of approval, describing Davidson as a “great” partner for her daughter. “He’s a really nice guy,” the California native said.

On Sunday, May 8, Jenner revealed that Davidson gave her a bouquet of flowers for Mother’s Day. “Thank you #petedavidson!!! Love you 🧡🧡🧡,” she wrote via her Instagram Story, showing off a hot pink and orange bouquet from the Big Time Adolescence actor.

Jenner has been managing her children’s careers for KUWTK created in 2007. “First of all, I think when it’s your child, you go above and beyond anything that would be required of you if you were just a proper person on a typical salary,” said she declared. WSJ. Magazine in April 2021. “So I think for me, I have the advantage of being totally dedicated to the kids and wanting the best for them and really going the extra mile and putting in the extra time.”

She continued, “I’m sort of on call 24/7, which happens all the time. …I feel like a firefighter because I always put out fires all day, at certain levels. I think I’m good because they’re my kids and I think I’m qualified for so many different life reasons.

With reporting by Diana Cooper

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