High Director of Sales/Mark in Center Valley, Pennsylvania

Job Number

16-0357

Title

Director of Sales/Mark

Part Time

No

Company

High Hotels Ltd.

City

Center Valley

State

PA

Description

The Allentown/Bethlehem SpringHill Suites by Marriott located in Center Valley, PA is currently searching for a Director of Sales/Marketing to become a part of our team! This hotel is located at the Stabler Corporate Center and near The Promenade Shops

at Saucon Valley. We’re dynamic, we’re growing, AND we can offer you a room with a view! That’s right – a view of your future career with our hotel. If you have prior hotel sales and/or general sales/marketing experience along with a winning attitude and a

desire to be progressive in our organization, this position could be right for you. We will provide the best in hotel sales training through the esteemed Marriott Sales Development Program.

The Director of Sales/Marketing is responsible for the combined direct sales effort and marketing for the hotel, including corporate and leisure business, attainment of hotel sales volumes to meet planned annual operating revenue and targeted key performance

measure objectives, specifically occupancy and average daily rate.

This position will require travel within a 2 hour radius as well as assisting at other locations as needed.

This position also offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefit program including medical, dental, vision, 401(k) and prescription drug plan.

Requirements

One to three years of direct sales and/or marketing experience is required. An associates degree in business preferred but not required. EOE M/F/D/V

  • Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.

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