Looking for a job in everything that has to do with the tourism industry, anywhere in the world, here is a good choice where you will find a large number of job offers worldwide spread.
This is the Inter Continental Hotel Group IHG, a company based in Windsor, a small and prosperous Berkshire County town in England, located 21 miles west of the city center of London and south of the River Thames.
IHG is an international company which operates several hotel brands being the world's largest company in terms of number of hotels. It has more than 4, 600 hotels scattered 100 different countries and territories receiving about 130 million customers.
Among its best-known brands find the hotels, "InterContinental Hotels & Resorts -", "Holiday Inn", "Hotel Indigo" and "Crowne Plaza" ... and in them you can find a great variety, from typical tourist hotels hotels tropical boutiques in cities, etc..
Most of these hotels operate under franchise contract being only about 658 of these managed by the company and only 10 of them are in full ownership of the Group.
Working in these hotels
IHG has vacancies in different parts of the world, among them we can find jobs for vacant positions in, United States, United Kingdom, China, UAE, India, Indonesia, Polynesia, etc..
All jobs available on this company, are all related to the tourism sector can find scattered work different areas such as accounting jobs, sales, banking , business evelopment d, t beetles construction, logistics , c onsultan, marketing, customer service, design , engineering , health , hr , maintenance, catering, training , travel ... [Language Courses]
Apply to jobs
If you're interested in knowing all vacancies offered by this hotel company, you can do from your job site . First you can start looking at what the area and place you want to work. Selected the vacancy will be headed by a multiple choice quiz. Once finished, you must fill out a form with your details and attach your CV.
Another way to get jobs in IHG is creating a profile, which will also offer their data for future business contacts. This all can be done through this link.
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EMPLOYABILITY2010-08-12 14:13:13 by FWLittle
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