The average hourly pay for a Night Auditor, Hotel in San Diego, California is $12.98.
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$12 - $15
$24,886 - $30,330
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Job Description for Night Auditor, Hotel
Large hotels and extended stay facilities are the normal employers for hotel night auditor. This position revolves around bookkeeping, as well as setting up the next business day for office and front desk personnel. The first job of a night auditor is to reconcile the day’s transaction at the hotel. This typically involves running a computer program that transmits a batch containing any credit card transactions from the previous day. Many hotels also have a cash drawer at the front desk and se…Read more
Night Auditor, Hotel Tasks
- Record and analyze daily financial transactions, including telephone charges, food and beverage revenue, and posting credit card charges.
- Perform desk clerk duties like checking guests in and out and answering questions.
- Review reports from housekeeping, cashiers, and other departments to track costs and profits.
- Calculate hotel occupancy taxes, occupancy percentages, and other front desk statistics.
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Employees with Night Auditor, Hotel in their job title in New York, New York earn an average of 46.4% more than the national average. These job titles also find higher than average salaries in Chicago, Illinois (19.1% more) and Los Angeles, California (15.6% more). The lowest salaries can be found in Houston, Texas (16.6% less), Portland, Oregon (12.5% less) and Denver, Colorado (1.8% less).