2018 Elevator Graduate Programme

Recruiter
Location
Watford
Salary
Competitive Salary Dependent on Experience
Posted
10 Jan 2018
Closes
10 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Graduate, Permanent
Hours
Full Time

The Elevator General Manager programme aims to develop a group of talented, internationally mobile people and fast track them to General Management positions within 5-8 years of starting the Programme.

Responsibilities

  • Elevator consists of an 18-month training programme which encompassess two international 9-month placements. During your placements, you will combine operational, all-round experience working in the 4 main hotel business areas of Operations, Business Development, Human Resources and Finance.
  • You will also participate in off-the-job training and have business driven projects to complete.
  • During Elevator your progress is constantly assessed, so you always know how you are developing.
  • As the programme is so flexible, it will take into account all training that you have had to date and build on it, rather than making you repeat things unnecessarily.
  • The location of your placements will depend upon business need, the languages you speak and our assessment of the most appropriate placement for you.
  • During your 18-month training you will take part in four residential courses. As an Elevator participant you will also have access to the Hilton University, our on-line learning and development tool, through which you can complete e-learning courses, learn a language on-line and make use of our on-line business library.
  • Elevator participants are supported throughout their career progression with the Elevator Mentoring Programme where senior managers within Hilton take on the role of Mentors.

About You

  • You have a true ambition to become GM
  • You have to be graduated in 2017 or (before 31 August) 2018 from a Bachelor/Masters Degree and are available to start in fulltime employment in September 1st, 2018.
  • You must be willing/able to live and work in the European Economic Area (EEA)
  • You will be fluent in English. A second modern language would be considered a plus
  • You are internationally mobile within Europe, with preferably hotel or hospitality work experience.  

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