Transitioning Military Service Personnel and Military VeteransWe invite transitioning military servicemen and women looking to jump start their careers in hospitality, as well as, military veterans with relevant experience, education, or training within hospitality to connect with us for current and future career opportunities at our hotels, resorts, and corporate offices.Military experience is a great fit for hospitality--a dynamic and vivacious industry that offers great diversity in its career opportunities and is known for promoting skilled workers quickly through the ranks. We seek Vets for their education, training, management, and leadership experience. Career opportunities abound for those who truly share our passion for hospitality, who work hard, prove themselves, and over time acquire the operational experience and requisite skills needed for career advancement. We have 20 departments you can explore once you've learned the Hilton brand, our culture, and hotel operations. Among the department positions we continuously seek to fill, from entry-level to executive, include:Culinary (Cooks, Kitchen Supervisors, Chefs, Stewards)Housekeeping, Laundry, Room Attendants, SuitekeepersGuest Services, Front Desk Agents, Bellperson, Doorperson, Elevator OperatorFood & Beverage / Restaurant Staff & Management / Bartender / Servers / HostsBanquets, Catering and Convention ServicesFacilities Maintenance / HVAC MaintenanceInformation TechnologySecurity, Safety and Loss PreventionSalesMarketingEvents ManagementManagement Trainees and InternshipsHuman ResourcesFinanceAccountingRevenue ManagementSpa, Golf, and RecreationAdministrationAsset ManagementBrand ManagementCommunications and Public RelationsDevelopment and Real EstateLegal, ParalegalRisk ManagementProcurement and PurchasingReceivingSo, if you are transitioning from active duty, are a US Military Veteran or a Military Spouse with a passion and career focus in hospitality, visit our military career site (www.hiltonworldwide.com) today to discover a world of career opportunities and apply today!Abie Chong, Retired USAFRecruiter, Military Programs
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