#1 Inhouse marketing representative nationwide (Current Employee) – Charleston, SC and St Petersburg, FL – April 27, 2017
I have been with the company 2.5 years and it has opened a lot of doors for me. I worked as a waitress before this job and never recognized my potential in the field of sales/marketing. Great career move for anyone in the hospitality industry. As an Inhouse marketing representative, you work between 25-32 hours a week. Nice work/life balance if you don't mind working a mixture of days/nights which changes weekly. Pay ranges approx between 40-60k a year depending on which location you're at, and your ability to perfor . High level of mental stress- you're job relies on you meeting your #s on a 2-week basis. GREAT ability for advancement if you perform. I have already been offered 5 management jobs in 5 different states, however I was not in the position to relocate. Great job to put on resume, recognizeable by many fields, if you can successfully sell/market timeshare, you'll succeed in almost any sales/marketing field!
Less than 40hours for full time pay
Comission based, can be stressful as you're paid by performance
Title Specialist (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – April 22, 2017
Temporary position, which I found out upon entering the building could take almost a year to become permanent. On my first day, my manager did not even introduce herself to me until after lunch, which was supposed to be provided for the two of us. After two weeks on the job, I still did not have full computer access and had to constantly hear my trainer complain about it to anyone who would listen. When I worked on what I could do, basically paper shuffling, my trainer would tell me to not work so quickly. Trainer quickly became unfriendly when I addressed with a manager the complaining about computer access. It became so unfriendly that I could not stay.
Just interviewed (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – April 17, 2017
I went in for an interview and management was very very rude! I was at the interview for an hour and a half waiting for the manager to interview me! I have never been to an interview where management has been so rude!!
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Broken Arrow, OK – April 4, 2017
A great company to work for. I would recommend this company and its employees to anyone. It is a fast paced sales environment that has unlimited potential. The job just didn't work with my schedule anymore.
Working at Bluegreen is fun and enjoyable! You must be willing to do the job to be successful, compensation is great and hard work pays off!!!
SALES MANAGER (Former Employee) – Cabazon, CA – March 21, 2017
A typical day at Bluegreen is meeting new people all the time. It is fun and enjoyable.
I learned to step out of my comfort zone and talk to strangers and get to know them in just a few minutes. I learned from different people their vacation habits, wants and needs. I enjoyed the most the smiles when I shared the power of affordable vacations with the people and to know that they will be creating memories that will last a lifetime! Management is always supportive. The hardest part of the job was to work when you are tired. I suggest that you always and I mean always take your rest. The work culture is really neat, care, trust, passion and humility :) :) :)
Commissions are great as well as spiffs!!!
You have to work weekends and holidays - I personaly didn't mind
Telemarketer (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 18, 2017
Work day is dialing and selling vacation packages to existing timeshare owners. Hours are good at 6 hours a day. Base pay nominal but money is made on commission. The place has an active atmosphere of fun and comradery with management and coworkers are always there to help. Sales training is constant. Hardest part of the job is to keep smiling and dialing if you are having a difficult day. The best part is satisfaction of reaching sales goals and helping owners book the places and times they want.
Great hours and good benifits
Sometimes tedious dialing and getting no answers or no for an answer
Real Estate Salesperson (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – March 8, 2017
A great place to work with exciting and challenging managers and co-workers to help you be a success! It is a productive workplace with a nice break room to eat, relax, study, or visit with co-workers.
Senior Vacation Specialist (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 7, 2017
The typical day involved answering the phones and helping customers plan vacations and pay their bills. You get a lunch break and two other short breaks but the rest of your shift is spent on the phone talking to customers. The staff and other employees are very friendly. This is a great job for a very outgoing person.