Waitress (Former Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 26 October 2017
Working at the Marriott was a very busy workplace we set tables prepared the restaurant area for breakfast, lunches, evening meals, conference rooms, board meetings, we would seat guests at there tables to enjoy breakfast we would offer tea, coffee and toast make sure guest where happy and comfortable while enjoying breakfast and other meal times in the restaurant. I leaned how to interact with gusts and clients in a polite professional manner how to approach and welcome guests to the establishment comfortable working in a team with my co-workers Cleaning to maintain high standards of the restaurant also a little silver service along the way.
Heathrow - Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) – Heathrow, Greater London – 8 November 2017
the kitchens are large and there is plenty of room to work with, however not all staff are friendly (including management) which can make it an uneasy place to work. hours are flexible and you must be able to work any days of the week with any shift time.
Casual Housekeeping Associate (Current Employee) – Sunderland, Tyne and Wear – 20 October 2017
During my time here I have obtained key housekeeping skills, such as preparing rooms and professionally cleaning rooms for hotel guests. The staff are friendly and are always willing to help which takes a lot of pressure off during the training period. This job is very physically taxing which I still currently struggle with. I also find it very difficult to manage my time in order to complete each room in the allotted time.
Our founders, J.W. and Alice Marriott started with a small idea, a root beer stand. From there, it grew into a small hotel business, and then another, bigger one. Together they created something that changed their future – and maybe yours. A great career has always been a great adventure. Now it’s your turn.
Waitress/Bar Staff (Former Employee) – Manchester – 18 October 2017
I was hired for temporary work under the illusion I would be working as bar staff in the hotel bar. When I arrived I was instructed to clear breakfast plates all morning. My only job was to constantly empty and clear tables and carry the dirty plates into the kitchen.
Marriott operations (Current Employee) – Manchester Airport, Greater Manchester – 7 October 2017
Great people who strive for good results and to improve the overall customer experience. Every department works well with each other Meeting different people on a daily basis is the best part about the job.
Bar Staff/Waitress (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 27 September 2017
Whilst working at the Marriot Hotel I was exposed to a vast amount of opportunities flung my way, this includes dealing with theme week and taking management roll of the bar along with serving, preparing and most importantly enjoying meeting new faces.
F&B Shift leader (Former Employee) – Slough, London – 20 September 2017
it is a good place to work, the management was great, and the team was very cooperative. There was huge diversity and i was leading a team with 10 different nationalities which was an amazing experience
Front of House Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bristol City Centre, Bristol – 14 September 2017
There aren't many typical days in Front Office, each day brings up new, challenging and interesting situations and relationships. Management are there to support you and create a culture that rewards hard work. For me the best part of the job is meeting new people and building relationships, it can be very rewarding.
Internship (Former Employee) – Glasgow, Glasgow – 5 September 2017
I did my internship in Marriott Hotel Glasgow when I was studying. I spent most of the time interracting with the HR mangers and colleauges from other posts as I was conducting interviews. Everyone seemed to enjoy the family like environment and were preety much happy with their position and benefits!
Meeting new people, both colleagues and customers make the Marriott a great place to work. There is plenty of benefits working for such a large company, such as discounted stays and the use of the leisure facilities.