Post Date 29-06-2016 1874 views


-          Daewoo Amara Hotel next to the Inya-Lake has been reborn as one of LOTTE HOTELS & RESORTS, the No. 1 Hotel Chain in Korea.


-          LOTTE HOTEL will become the representative of Yangon, with the landmark which includes 15-story 5 Star luxury hotel and 29-story serviced residence, locating by the Inya-Lake.



-          LOTTE HOTEL offers 658 guestrooms, 5 restaurants, 6 banquet rooms, and 5 convenience facilities (Fitness Club, Spa, Outdoor Pool, Club Lounge, and Business Center)


Lotte Group consists of over 60 business units employing 60,000 people engaged in such diverse industries as candy manufacturing, beverages, hotels, fast food, retail, financial services, heavy chemicals, electronics, IT, construction, publishing, and entertainment. Lotte's major operations are overseen by Shin's family in Japan and South Korea, with additional businesses in China, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, India, USA, UK, Russia, Philippines, Pakistan and Poland (Lotte bought Poland's largest candy company Wedel from Kraft Foods in June 2010). Today, Lotte is the largest confectionery manufacturer in South Korea, and is the third largest in Japan behind Meiji Seika and Ezaki Glico in terms of sales revenue when only the sales of Lotte's confectioneries are counted.

Director of Human resource Team

·         Develop and implement recruiting and screening systems and procedures in order to attract qualified candidates for position vacancies

·         Review hotel benefits and compensation levels in comparison with service sector competitors and makes recommendations to ensure the hotel remains competitive within the local employment market as appropriate

·         Manage Human Resource Department, ensuring compliance with all corporate, area and hotel policies and procedures; and current local and government regulations pertaining to employment practices

·         Design, produce and implement training programs which meet specific departmental needs in conjunction with department head, ensuring that session plans are structured and that training is effective

·         Prepare and manage a cost effective budget with measurable targets for department within the financial parameters set down by the hotel budget

·         Regulary analyse hotel manpower requirements and recommends selection and development activities to meet those requirements

·         Supports management by providing human resources advice, counsel, and decisions

·         Assist in maintaining and creating a positive atmosphere within the hotel that allows for open two way communication that ensures morale and productivity reach the highest possible levels

·         Maintain and update files on employee records, legal documents and other personnel matters, efficiently and confidentiality

·         Actively work at developing your staff and identify high potentials

·         Regularly communicate with staff to maintain good relations

·         Ensure all staff facilities are maintained in good order and meet hotel’s cleanliness standards


·         Understanding of HRM and HRD, ability to establish such system

·         Basic legal knowledge of the Labor Act

·         Understanding of labor negotiations and backup skills

·         Good communication skills among staff and training and reporting skills

·         Basic computer skills, including MS Office

·         English conversation skills to enable global business


·         Career Level   : Director

·         Education        : over Bachelor’s degree or equivalent level of work experience

·         Experience      : over 5 years of experience in hotel HR department

How To Apply

Job Type
Job Specialization
Human Resources / Recruitment
Hotel / Hospitality
Yangon, Yangon Region, Myanmar (Burma)