Hilton is offering 1,400 roles across properties in the UK, as it embraces business growth and pent-up demand for staycations.
With another four hotels set to open by the end of the year including Canopy by Hilton London City, The Samuel Ryder Hotel St Albans, Tapestry Collection by Hilton and Hilton Woking, Hilton has already welcomed nearly 1,000 new Team Members since hospitality was able to reopen to holidaymakers in England on May 17.
As one of the top places to work in hospitality, there are a variety of careers on offer across all areas of the hotels, including mixologists, beauty therapists, breakfast chefs and housekeepers.
For over a century, Hilton has adapted to the evolving needs of its teams, offering a huge number of opportunities for personal development including apprenticeships, graduate programmes, sabbaticals and flexible working. Ranking as #1 on the UK’s Best Workplaces list and #3 on the UK’s Best Workplaces For Women list by Great Place to Work, Hilton is committed to creating a diverse and exceptional workplace culture, supporting Team Members in achieving both personal and professional goals.
Julie Baker, UK&I vice president Operations, Hilton said: “Whether you’re looking for better flexibility, career progression or want to embrace something completely new, a career at Hilton can offer a real-world of opportunity. Our Team Members sit at the very heart of our business, so we’re focused on creating the best environment where our Team Members can truly thrive.”
By working with organisations such as Foxes Academy, Springboard, the Armed Forces, as well as recruiting for over 150 Team Members this year from the government-backed Kickstart scheme, Hilton is constantly widening its talent pool and working towards an even more diverse workforce.