Call Center Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – February 2, 2016
While the atmosphere is entertaining and fun filled, it is not professional and neither is management. Also, with any sales atmosphere you must be prepared to find another job because your income then depends on you selling and not your skillsets. CoWorkers however, are phenomenal. And if you can work under Stephen Woolf that is great !
Marriott is a great company. The leadership team truly care about the employees and assist in any career goals and development you may need. Team Culture at Marriott is another part i enjoy at this company.
Human Resources Commission Supervisor (Former Employee) – Orlando, Florida – April 22, 2015
Excellent work environment! Marriott offered opportunities for development and advancement. Management was laid back and promoted healthy work environment. Work life balance was encouraged. The hardest part of the job was leaving.
A decent place to work if your interested in hospitality
Recreation Activities Coordinator (Current Employee) – Newport Beach, CA – March 2, 2015
Marriott Vacation Worldwide is a decent place to work if your interested in the hospitality industry. The main highlight has been the relationships I have developed with coworkers. As with any the hospitality job, the pay really isn't that great.
Housekeeping Lead-Trainer-FT (Current Employee) – Lihue, HI – February 25, 2015
Getting all the Housekeeping Associates assignments ready for the day.Making sure they go over Trainings of company policies & procedures Daily,Making sure they have their Tools & Equipment needed for their Daily tasks.Processing of Invoices and Email Correspondences. I have learned a lot in my position here of how to be the best,fast and efficient cleaner and how to be very detail oriented and organized. my co-workers are the best team players and if they all have the support of their leaders of coarse they will have a functional working team. The most enjoyable part of my job is i get to clean,and meet new people on an everyday basis.
Guest Relations Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – January 15, 2015
This position at Marriott is customer service based. Through professional persuasion, procure qualified prospective purchaser to attend a sales presentation of the Marriott's BeachPlace Towers Vacation Club. Coordinate appointments and arrivals with the sales gallery and facilitate a smooth and effective marketing process. Confirmed guest reservation's three weeks prior to guest arrival and greeted guest upon arrival with Welcome Package and gift. Ensured guest understanding of the details of participation for vacation package personal preview tour for the Marriott's BeachPlace Towers Vacation Club. Provide information and when necessary provide concierge services to package guests and owners during their guests stay prior to and after personal preview tour. Handled all guest questions, problems and complaints as they relate to MVCI programs. Qualify prospects according to details of participation of any given program. Provided creative suggestions for new programs or improvements to the current marketing programs in order to maximize efficiency in sales and guest/owner programs. Timely and accurately submitted individual reports, forms, contact sheets, time sheets and welcome packages to Marketing Manager. Exceeded minimum productivity standards as required in the Marketing Coordinators Compensation Plan.
Productive work place but need a desired job of choice.
Sales Representative/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Orlando, Florida – November 24, 2014
-Contact and build rapport with potential Marriott Vacation Preferred Guests and Marriott Reward Members through outbound calls. -Engage potential owners by creating interest in the properties being offered. -Invite Marriott customers to go on highly discounted vacations. -Advise customers that they have 6 to 12 months to schedule the vacation. Customers will not need to commit to travel dates right away. -Ensure customers are aware of that fact that they will participate in a 90-minute timeshare presentation during their vacation after their visit with the Marriott. -Ensure all questions are answered in a professional and informative manner. -Follow all company policies and procedures & achieve personal sales goals. -Develop and maintain positive working relationships within a team.
Great to Interact with guest from different countries
Loss Prevention (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 11, 2014
I come into work at 11pm and leave at 7:30am I have only been with this company a few months, but I am learning all that needs to be done. The management here have been helpfull and willing to answer any question that I may have.
Marketing Executive (Current Employee) – St. Thomas, VI – August 8, 2014
Meet with Vacation Club owners to provide them with the best activities, restaurants, excursions possible while they are on their vacation. Direct liaison to our sales team to set up selling further units or weeks of vacation time while they are on the property.
Marketing Executive (Current Employee) – Singer Island, FL – April 18, 2014
A typical day at work is spent on the phone building relationships with owners and guests. The ultimate goal in my position is to book them on a timeshare presentation as that is how the company promotes brand awareness. Management uses interesting tactics to keep team members work hard. The group is supposed to work together as a team, but the position is based on individual numbers and goals to meet so realistically, it is not a team environment. The most difficult part of this position is ensuring that the owner/guest you book on a presentation actually shows up, as you are held accountable for that. The most enjoyable aspect of the position is building lasting relationships with the guests you speak with.
Marketing Executive (Former Employee) – Hilton Head Island, SC – January 21, 2014
The day started with a "pep talk" and then a last rush of calling guests that were on vacation so were rarely in their rooms and then rushing off to meet with those vacationers in order to convince them to sit through a sales presentation for incentives. The great thing about this was that as Marriott employees we could also enjoy the perks of eating at the best restaurants on and around our area.