Towers Rotana promotes assistant director of engineering to director of engineering

Towers Rotana’s new director of engineering, Rajaram Gomes’ experience in the hospitality industry spans over 20 years.

Rajaram Gomes
Rajaram Gomes

Towers Rotana’s new director of engineering, Rajaram Gomes’ experience in the hospitality industry spans over 20 years.

 

Gomes who was previously the assistant director of engineering began his career as an engineering assistant at Taj Holiday Village, Goa, India.

In his new role, Gomes will be responsible for over 20 colleagues and overlooking the day to day operations of the hotel including any upcoming hotel projects.

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Talking about this, Towers Rotana’s general manager Hossam Mansour said, “His success and contribution in the newly renovated and fully furnished apartments and preventive maintenance makes him the ideal choice to lead the department and his team.”

Talking about his new position Gomes said,  “I’m extremely delighted for the new role in my career. This position offers me the challenges and opportunities I am used to working with. The aim is to exceed expectations and operate with a vision and integrity.”

 

 

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