Our world is becoming increasingly globalized making travel, meetings, and events more popular and common. The hospitality industry is growing and it’s never been a better time to pursue a career in hospitality sales. Get hired quicker than you can say, “hospitality” with our top five resources to get a hospitality sales jobs.
A leader in the hospitality industry, their focus is only on hospitality jobs. Simply type in your name and preferred location to utilize their job search that contains thousands of open positions. You can even narrow your choices by sub industry in hospitality for:
- Hotel and Resort
- Country Club
- Travel Industry
Another great feature of the site is their Career Advice and News section to get invaluable tips for landing a hospitality sales job – and many others.
Hospitality Online empowers job searchers to look for hospitality jobs by leading employers right from the start. Included are Westin, Hilton, Hyatt, Celebrity Cruises, and many others. You can also simply type in your location (the site automatically knew mine) and type of job you would like. A list of results will be displayed that includes the employer, distance from your location, and date posted.
No, that is not a typo! The site with an unusual name has worthy entries in the field of hospitality sales jobs. A great feature is the ability to instantly narrow your search by five methods:
- Industry – hotels, restaurant, catering, cruises, etc.
- Department – human resources, sales, and marketing, etc.
- Job role – front office, management, etc.
- Location – by nation
- Level – intern to department head
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Our first three resources are great if you’re job seeking in the United States. But what if you live in Canada? This site offers jobs in hospitality, traveling, and tourism. You can narrow the list by full time, part time, and contract employment. Jobs are also listed by popular cities such as Toronto, Vancouver, and Calgary.
They are a part of Rede Jobs that derives its sources from Jobillico Travel & Tourism, Emplois Laval, Jobs Mississauga, and Part-Time Jobs Montreal.
5. Go straight to the source
Do you know which employer you would prefer for your hospitality sales job? Go to their site directly.
Many have careers pages dedicated just for job seekers like you. For example, Marriot has a whole subdomain dedicated to just to jobs open at their property. The homepage alone shares vital information such job perks, application information, and their core values. These career pages have a wealth of information that is also helpful if you’re invited to an on-site interview.
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