Quick-paced environment, but lack a proper work life balance
Hospitality Administration Training Intern (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 24, 2018
Within Georgia State University, I worked in University Housing department. Inside of University Housing, I worked inside of Conference Services. My typical day would be working about 8-12 hours a day working on the journal entries given for the revenue of Conference Services for the summer, or completing hospitality tasks with my staff. Most of the time I did not have a set schedule I working. I could work 9am-5pm, or 2pm-12am. My hours fell between those two brackets typically. I did work 5-6 days a week for a while. I never had time to recuperate from the week before starting the next week. The hardest part was stopping my accountant intern work, and focus on helping the staff with hospitality administration and prepping for groups over 100, while the staff was piled with other tasks including helping the guests who already checked in. The most enjoyable part was making contracts, balance sheets, inventory sheets, journal entries, and reconciled the accounts to make sure we had the correct amount of revenue coming in.