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Mr. Tony Quinlan

Title:

Lecturer

School/ Department:

School of Humanities - Arts

Telephone:

+353 0 051 834101

Room Name/ Num:

TL 1.31 Tourism & Leisure Education Building

Campus:

Main Campus

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Research

Conference Papers:    

O’ Donovan, I., Lally, A.M., Quinlan, T. (2015) “Stakeholder engagement in destination management: Exploring key success factors” Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC), Letterkenny Institute of Technology 11 June 2015.

 Maher, J., and Quinlan, T.,  (2014) Culture, Management and Accounting: Reflections on Urban Celebrations involving a Tale of Three Cities, Irish Accounting and Finance Annual Conference, Queens University Belfast 29-30 May 2014

O’ Donovan, I., Lally, A.M., Quinlan, T. (2013) “Stakeholder Engagement in Destination Management: A Systematic Review of Literature” Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC), Galway Mayo Institute of Technology 6 June 2013.

O’ Donovan, I., Quinlan, T., and Barry, T. (2012) “Farm to Fork: An Assessment of collaborative supply relationships to underpin food tourism”, Dublin Gastronomy Symposium, DIT, June 2012

O’ Donovan, I., Quinlan, T., and Barry, T. (2011) “Farm to Fork: Exploring Stakeholder Perspectives”, Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC), Athlone Institute of Technology 15 June 2011.

 O’ Donovan, I., Quinlan, T., and Barry, T. (2009) “From Farm to Fork: Supply Chain Relationships in the Hospitality Industry in the South East of Ireland”, Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC), Dublin Institute of Technology 16-17 June 2009.

Quinlan, T., and Lally, A.M., (2008) “Stakeholder Unity: The key to Success in Building and Branding Destination Experiences?” Irish Academy of Management Conference University College Dublin 3- 5 September 2008.

Quinlan, T., and Lally, A.M., (2008) “The Role of Stakeholder Unity in Creating and Branding Destination Experiences” Tourism and Travel Research Association (TTRA) European Chapter Conference, Haelia Helka University Helsinki, 23-25April 2008.

 

Publications:  

O’ Donovan, I., Quinlan, T., and Barry, T. (2012) “From Farm to Fork: Supply Chain Relationships in the Hospitality Industry in the South East of Ireland”, British Food Journal, Volume 114, Issue 4. 

Teaching

January 2007 to date              Waterford Institute of Technology

                     Position:             Lecturer in Tourism and Hospitality Management

                    Duties:                I am responsible for teaching assigned classes in Tourism and Hospitality. My main areas of teaching are in the following: Management, Marketing, Operations and Communications IT.

Course Leader; BA (hons) in Hospitality Management

Professional

Sept 2004 to May 2006          Tower Hotel Group

                    Position:              Reservations Coordinator

                   Duties:                 I was responsible for individual and group reservations for both the busy city centre three star 135 bedroom Tower Hotel Waterford and its country four star sister hotel Faithlegg House Hotel and Golf Club. My role also within the group entailed contributing to yield management, budgeting, forecasting and the composition of management reports.

 

March 2003-Sept 2003           The Europe Hotel & Resort, Fossa, Killarney, Co. Kerry

                 Position                  Receptionist and Reservations Clerk

                 Duties                     I was responsible for front office operational areas checking in and     checking out of hotel guests and taking guest reservations for the five star hotel and conference and event centre.

 

March 2002-Oct 2002            Old Course Hotel & Golf Resort, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland, KY16 9SP

March 2000-Oct 2000

              Position                     Concierge, Receptionist and Night Auditor

             Duties                         Initially employed as concierge within the luxury five star hotel. I was later transferred within the front office department to reception where I became responsible for front of house duties and progressed on to processing the night audit.