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CAREERS AT OUR HOTELS

Just like people, hotels have a distinct personality. From small properties that attract visitors to Disneyland® to large group meeting locations, Evolution Hospitality's portfolio includes a variety of all types of hotels. To see a list of the hotels we manage click here. Our current portfolio is primarily based on the West Coast and clustered in key cities including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Anaheim, and San Diego. As an associate, this means you may have opportunities to grow within your current geographical location or consider other opportunities within the state. We also provide plenty of chances to show us what you can do. In addition to a very structured performance review process, our current growth provides opportunities to participate in hotel take-over and task force teams that assist onboarding new hotels to the portfolio.

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All hotels have a housekeeping department responsible for providing guests with a clean and comfortable stay, an engineering staff that maintains the property, a front office team to check guests in and out, a sales team to source business, and a general manager responsible for making it all run. Larger hotels offer even more opportunities at on-property restaurants, bars, and spas, and within banquets, catering, marketing, reservations, and other departments. Although many jobs require specific knowledge and expertise, some positions require little more than a caring attitude, an outgoing personality, and a willingness to learn. Hotels are a great place to get a career start. To read some of our associates' success stories, please click here.

Meryl Phillips, Hotel Perspective

Working at a hotel is exciting and different from working at other jobs. You're not selling a product at a hotel, you're providing an experience... and you're an important part of that experience. You're not just a problem solver; you're a therapist, a ball of sunshine, and so much more to our guests. It's empowering to know my managers enable and encourage me to use my judgment and training to solve guests' problems. This makes me feel special, like one of the chosen. And it's great to be surrounded by other people who enjoy their work - making guests' stays better - as much as I do.