Gaylord Hotels Jobs & Careers in Saint Thomas, VI

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25 days ago

Sales Coordinator

Marriott International Saint Thomas, VI

Perform general office duties to support Sales & Marketing (e.g., filing, sending emails, typing, faxing, copying). Prepare sales-related documents… Snagajob


8 days ago

Concierge-Events

Marriott International Saint Thomas, VI

Meet group coordinator/host(ess) prior to functions, make introductions, and ensure that all arrangements are agreeable. Read and analyze banquet… Snagajob


17 days ago

Coord-Events

Marriott International Saint Thomas, VI

Meet group coordinator/host(ess) prior to functions, make introductions, and ensure that all arrangements are agreeable. Read and analyze banquet… Snagajob


24 days ago

Clerk-Accounting

Marriott International Saint Thomas, VI

Check figures, postings, and documents for correct entry, mathematical accuracy, and proper codes. Organize, secure, and maintain all files, records… Snagajob


22 days ago

Bartender

Marriott International Saint Thomas, VI

Prepare drink orders for guests according to specified recipes using measuring systems. Issue, open, and serve wine/champagne bottles. Set up and… Snagajob


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    Will the real Gaylord please stand back up!

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    Former Employee - Sales Manager  in  Grapevine, TX
    Former Employee - Sales Manager in Grapevine, TX

    I worked at Gaylord Hotels full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Gaylord had it right. They equipped you for your responsibilities, listened to your ideas and believed in a healthy balance of hard work and reward. Life balance wasn't just a cliche it was a way of life.

    Cons

    Marriott management - the true spirit of Gaylord left when they came in.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Go back to the old Gaylord culture. That's what made it a successful company. Fire Marriott as the management team.

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