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I have been working at Marriott Vacation Club full-time (Less than a year)
Laid back no pressure sale due to it being Marriott. Not a lot of hours with potential to make great money. Incredible training program. Great co-workers and management.
Takes over a year to make any money at all. Be prepared to burn through a lot of savings until you make it. The way they have tours from the wheel set up, they feed the 5 top producers hand held deals and the other 25 sales execs starve. Not a fair way to compete and grow and impossible to make money until they choose you to get hand fed deals.
Advice to Management
Give everyone a chance to excel and let the stars shine. There hasn't been a single new hire in 3 years make it, so change your ways because obviously it doesn't work.
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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Marriott Vacation Club (Hilton Head Island, SC).
It was a three-round process. I applied online, which involved a large application and a 75-question personality test. I received a phone call about two weeks later and had a 30 minute phone interview with the Marketing Manager. He wanted me to come in the office a week later to meet the assistant to the Director of Marketing and interview with him. After that, I had a third round interview with the Director of Marketing. I received a non-formal verbal offer on the spot pending drug tests and background checks.
- Give me an example of a time you had to use short-cycle sales. What are we selling? Answer Question
Sometimes it pays to share. Marriott Vacations Worldwide, formerly part of hotel giant Marriott International, operates more than 50 timeshare resort properties with one-, two-, and three bedroom villas in prime vacation destinations in the US (such as California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, and Nevada) and a handful of other countries (Aruba, France, Spain, St. Thomas, the West Indies, and Thailand). The villas are jointly owned by about 400,000 people who have exclusive use of the properties for limited periods of time. Owners can also trade intervals for time at other ...