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SALES MANAGER

Island Hospitality Tucson, AZ

The Sales Manager will be responsible for making outside sales calls, obtaining key business accounts, conducting… Glassdoor


4 days ago

SALES MANAGER

Island Hospitality Addison, TX

The Sales Manager will be responsible for making outside sales calls, obtaining key business accounts, conducting… Glassdoor


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GROUP SALES MANAGER

Island Hospitality Denver, CO

Island Hospitality is a National Hotel management company with a reputation for its expertise in managing upscale extended stay, select service and… Glassdoor


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    Great stepping stone on your resume but don't plan to stick around forever.

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    I worked at Island Hospitality full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Great opportunity for quick advancement. You can build real strong relationships with the teams you build at your property level. Relax attire- no need for full suit in the office - only when your Regional is on property. If you are a General Manager or Director of Sales you get a lot of half days or no work days when corporate is out of the office and bonuses at the end of the quarter. if you are a level below either of these positions - sorry better luck next time.

    Cons

    You can never sign a lease as you are usually in a property location for roughly 12-14 months before you are promoted and moved to the other side of the county, in a matter of days. Make sure to get in the "big boys clubs" quickly and then stay under the radar as best as possible. Always say yes - turning down an offer could hurt you. Micro-managing is really big. Turnover is their favorite word and action- small mistakes can have your worried for your job or worse your job being offered to someone less qualified. If you are young and pretty to look at (male or female) you get promoted quicker, the older kids are pushed a round a little longer. Don't expect praise for a job well done - that goes to your GM or Regional. Always carry your cell phone - doesn't matter where you are (vacation/day off/middle of the night/in the middle of your wedding) you are expected to answer and expected to fix the situations in a matter of minutes.

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    Pay attention to your management teams and individual hotels. Without good support from Upper Level Management, your managers cannot offer their best to their teams - which spins back around and becomes our fault in the end. We work so hard for you and the company to never hear any good feedback back. When that 561 number comes over the phone just know we all hold our breaths a little bit in fear of who is going to yell at us that day.

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