Mission: To be the most hospitable company in the world – by creating heartfelt experiences for Guests, meaningful opportunities for Team Members, high value for Owners and a positive impact in our Communities.
Our Vision: Our vision is to fill the earth ...
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Veterans and Spouses are a natural fit at Hilton because of our shared values like leadership, integrity and teamwork. Join us now to put your skills to work.—12 days ago
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A World of Opportunities for You
From Oahu to Ontario, Hilton continues to grow throughout the United States and Canada. Conrad Hilton founded our company in 1919 in Cisco, Texas, and developed a lasting brand that is recognized throughout the world. Today, you’ll find our corporate headquarters in McLean, Virginia, just a short distance from Washington, DC. We invite you to join us in locations throughout North America, where you can help us fulfill Conrad Hilton’s Vision to fill the earth with the light and warmth of hospitality –by delivering exceptional experiences – every hotel, every guest, every time.
Grow and Develop at Hilton
Hilton believes it is critical that our leaders and Team Members have the necessary knowledge and skills to do their jobs effectively and have the ability to grow and develop personally and professionally. At Hilton there is a world of learning opportunities ranging from on-the-job training and virtual courses, to management development programs and learning seminars.
Hilton University (HU) is a virtual, global university that offers an extensive training curriculum to provide each Team Member across our organization with direct access to the right skills, knowledge and learning experiences to be successful. There are more than 2,500 different courses that are delivered through classroom training, e-learning, webinars, e-books, live and taped programs, on-the-job development experiences, social learning and apps. Curriculum is offered through five distinct Colleges:
Hotel College: Hotel management and Team Members study brand standards, compliance and other topics to enable our hotels to meet and exceed expectations.
Owners College: Hotel owners and franchisees receive training on brand standards, compliance and other topics to enable our properties to meet and exceed expectations.
Commercial College: Sales, revenue management, eCommerce, reservations and other commercial services Team Members learn how to maximize revenue and leverage global marketing programs.
Leadership College: Senior leaders receive a curriculum of executive and leadership development programs and experiences to ensure a ready, best-in-class leadership pipeline.
General Studies College: All Hilton Team Members, supervisors and managers have access to a variety of training programs and learning experiences that enable ongoing career development.
Executive coaching is also available to Hilton senior leaders who want a unique opportunity to explore options, test out ideas, while gaining clarity and self-insight. Coaching offers feedback and guidance in real time, helping leaders utilize their strengths and enhance their skills.
Diverse Global Workforce
Hilton is not just a company committed to diversity, we embody it. Our global workforce of 300,000 Team Members in more than 3,900 owned, managed and franchised hotels across 90 countries and territories continues to remind us of the importance of celebrating diversity and inclusion throughout our company.
We are a company of diverse cultures serving diverse guests. We seek to understand our unique global communities, while developing culture, talent and marketplace strategies that cultivate a work environment of inclusiveness. As such, we hold ourselves and all of our Team Members to the highest standards of integrity, ethics and service excellence. We will achieve and maintain our position by applying our core values; attracting the best and brightest talent; and valuing and leveraging the diversity of our Team Members, Guests, Suppliers, Partners and Owners.
Comittment to Hiring Military Veterans and Spouses
Military veterans are a natural fit for Hilton. We share similar Values – like integrity, ownership and teamwork – which support our company's Mission to become the preeminent global hospitality leader.
We respect your military experience and appreciate your service on behalf of our country. Your understanding of cultural differences and diversity is extremely valuable at Hilton, as is your ability to serve as a leader. We are pleased to offer excellent training and educational opportunities to support your transition into our organization.
Hilton is proud to hire former military men and women in addition to welcoming the talent of military spouses. It is our commitment to hire 20,000 veterans to join our more than 3,900 hotels around the world and our corporate offices by 2020.
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I have been working at Hilton full-time (More than 10 years)
I started as a line level employee in the hospitality industry, joined Hilton 20 years ago and just celebrated my 5th year as a General Manager in a full service hotel. Hilton Worldwide is a company dedicated to developing talent at every level in the organization and I owe my success and career to their continual investment in me.
Growth in the company can mean relocation from city to city. While this is not necessarily a bad thing, it is certainly can be part of the equation, especially if you want to fast track your career.
Advice to Management
Leaders with a proven track record for creating successful teams, engaging their work group, and developing talent are highly prized in our organization.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Hilton (Amherst, MA).
First interview was an online interview prompt. Once I got the email, I had a couple days to complete it. The interview was set up so I would be given a question, then after 30 seconds, it would begin recording me answering the question. Once I finished answering, I did not have an option to review it or re-answer the question (other online interview prompts I've done gave you three opportunities to record your answer).
I understand the need for the online process with so many applicants, however, there was no personal contact from any recruiter. It did not feel like they were actually interested in who I was as a person, which is not what you would expect from a company in the hospitality industry.