An Entertainment Manager organises and coordinates all cultural and recreational activities together with the relevant technical aspects, in line with the needs of their audience and the specific nature of the business. They identify what is on offer at nearby sites, and determine the needs of tourists in order to organise suitable activities. They may be responsible for multimedia facilities. They manage the entertainment team.
- They design tourism products, develop a range of products, and put together a schedule of activities.
- They coordinate and oversee the organisation and operations of the entertainment and production teams.
- They are present during the various activities to help and guide participants.
- They manage the technical implementation of a project or an event.
- They greet, inform, advise and support tourists and customers, responding to their requests and needs.
Skills, good organisational skills, Rigour, Diplomacy, Proficiency in english, Creativity.
What you need to learn/master
Excellent interpersonal project management, Team management, Marketing and customer experience, Fluency in english, Customer segmentation, Event management techniques.
- Level of qualification: Bachelor Year 3 (3 years of post-High School education)
Career opportunities & progression
An Entertainment Manager may go on to become the Manager of a tourist facility or hospitality business.