by Chris Durst May 23, 2016
We’re seeing a growing number of hotels jump on the work from home bandwagon when they are looking for great reservation agents and customer service reps.
Following is a list of five major hotel chains that regularly post job openings for home-based workers. Bear in mind that some may require that you live in a specific geographic area, but others will not have restrictions, so read their job descriptions all the way through.
Omni Hotels & Resorts
With over 50 hotels across the US, Omni periodically posts job openings for Reservation Sales Associates. They require on-site training, so you would need to live near the hiring location. That said, they state that the average pay is $14/hour, so it’s worth keeping them on your search list.
To see their current openings, click here and enter “work at home” in the “keywords” field.
Starwood Hotels and Resorts
Through their “@home Program,” Starwood Hotels frequently posts jobs for Reservation/Call Center agents. They have a nice list of benefits too. Positions may be limited to certain cities and states as an on-site training period is necessary before working from home begins.
Brittain Resorts and Hotels
Periodically posts openings for Virtual Reservation Agents. All training takes place online.
As we’ve mentioned in past posts and job listings, Hilton is a very active hirer of home-based reservation specialists (and customer service reps). So much so, that they have a page dedicated to their work from home positions.
Hyatt posts positions for Guest Services Associates on a periodic basis, and they currently hire from about 23 states.
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