The Diamond vacation ownership packages are some of the best in the world. The job is the easiest but the hardest at the same time. You must find a groove, sense of urgency in each tour. Many and I mean many tours are deaf to the benefits of becoming a member as they were promised a gift to attend a tour. The gifts could be cash, park tickets and even free stays.
Full benefits after 30 days, corp discounts after 90. Commissions are highest provided in the area.
Tough to get tours at slow locations, managers can rotate out, new hires come in almost every 2-3 weeks.
Platinum Member Services Agent (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 12, 2017
Call Center. About 15-30 calls per day. Fast paced. Competitive. Good co workers. Above average pay. Nice atmosphere at times with music, free food at times, and events the whole building participates in.
Regional Sales and Marketing Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Costa Mesa, CA – December 9, 2017
Training galore! It's free and readily available to all team members. You cannot fail at your job. Management is motivating and encouraging at all levels. It was always encouraged to do and be your best and to build your personal branding. I absolutely loved this company and learned that you can't train enough. There is always something to learn no matter how many years of experience you have in your position.
Tour Coordinator (Former Employee) – Sedona, AZ – December 8, 2017
Great work environment. Management and coworkers created a collaborative, fun place to work. Benefits are great! Working with the public can be a challenge, but management were always available to assist.
Guest Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – Williamsburg, VA – December 1, 2017
Working for Diamond Resorts International was one of the best jobs I've ever had. Fun friendly people. Work environment was semi laid back at times but there was a continuous work flow. Everyone was considerate and we all worked to help each other reach our goals. Management was amazing!
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 30, 2017
the only reason to work here is for experience other than that you have to brown nose to move up, only a few managers provided motivation to work. the ones that get vip treatment are sales since they bring the money
This company has changed its ethical standards to zero. If you are a person who is willing to misrepresent, there is a great opportunity waiting for you. You will not advance in this company or earn a living if you believe in principles. If you have none you can write yourself a huge paycheck.
Lead Receptionist (Former Employee) – Ramona, CA – November 17, 2017
It was a relaxed place to work. Our site was small which limited any sort of advancement opportunity. The Discounts available to employees were good on the hotels across the nation. Travel was required a couple times a year and the company does a good job at reimbursement and accommodations while traveling to different sites.
Contractor - Software Quality Analyst (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 7, 2017
I loved the time at DRI...the manager I worked for and the team was great. It was very fast-paced on my project, sometimes very stressful. Sometimes it felt like not enough time to test, but others were willing to help.
People were great! Loved the manager and work group.