If you want to work from home full-time with benefits, equipment provided, and travel perks, you can be a Hilton Reservation Sales Specialist!
Hiton hires in most states for this entry-level position, (and you can find more entry-level at home jobs here).
As of 1-4-18, Hilton is no longer accepting applications for this position. Please note that the job might be posted again at a later date.
What does a Hilton Reservation Sales Specialist do?
Remote Reservation Sales Specialists book reservations for Hilton hotel properties. This is a call center sales role, so you will be responsible for meeting certain metrics.
Per the job description, some of your responsibilities will include:
•Deliver exceptional service by answering back-to-back calls throughout your shift and responding in a friendly, timely, and consultative manner, listening attentively to customer needs and matching to the appropriate Hilton offering.
•Demonstrate competency proficiency and meet specific sales and customer service goals and metrics on a daily basis. Examples of metrics include, but are not limited to: revenue generated per call, upselling, cross-selling, and customer satisfaction scores.
As a Hilton Reservation Sales Specialist, you will receive plenty of perks!
Hilton will provide some of the equipment you need for the job, including:
- desktop terminal (you will need to provide the monitor)
- keyboard and mouse
- flash drive
- ethernet cable.
Your benefits package includes travel benefits that allow you and your friends and family to stay at Hilton properties at discounted rates.
I’ve actually experienced this first-hand when trying to decide between Hilton properties. Hilton employees were able to provide me with great advice because they had stayed at all the ones I was considering, thanks in part to their travel benefits!
You only need at least a year of experience in a customer service and/or sales role to be considered for this position.
You can increase your chances at getting an interview if have previously had a home-based job, experience with virtual training, and hospitality industry experience. If you have any of these “preferred” qualifications, make sure to include them on your resume.
You must live in one of the following states to be considered for this position:
Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
Apply for the position here, and good luck!
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Updated: January 2, 2018