Overview: Collective Retreats

Collective Retreats is a new, meaningful way to travel. Our portfolio of destination retreats allows our guests to explore unique destinations without sacrificing any luxuries, and to leave feeling inspired and connected.

Collective Retreats is a venture-backed, fast growth hospitality company that concepts and operates asset-light, moveable hotels in premium, unique destinations.  Each of our  luxury retreats  is designed to create amazing guest experiences, with an emphasis on thoughtful design, inspiring decor, once-in-a-lifetime food, curated local activities, and luxurious amenities. We're changing the travel industry by giving guests authentic, local experiences paired with service and luxury that you would find in a 5-star hotel - something we're able to achieve through our unique locations and structures.

Overview: Role

We are seeking a Brand Experience Training Manager to support the People & Culture team in all aspects of the Training process to help develop the already amazing Collective Retreats team.

The ideal candidate has previous experience in operations training in a high growth and/or hospitality environment, is truly passionate about Training & Development and is looking to further grow their career in the field.  A passion for hospitality is highly desirable. They are excited to work in a start-up/fast-paced environment and doesn’t shy away from getting their hands dirty. They are highly organized and dependable, approachable, self-motivated, and passionate about travel and what we’re building.  

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the build out of our new LMS platform
  • Partner with the People & Culture team to develop and execute overall training strategy
  • Partner with Retreat Leaders to develop job specific training courses
  • Create and own mentorship program and leadership training program
  • Develop and deliver new hire orientation program 
  • Help drive the team culture through training classes in accordance with our Collective mission, vision and values.
  • Perform other duties and projects as assigned.

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • 2-3 years of experience with training and developing future leaders
  • 3-5 years of experience in hotel operations
  • Past experience creating online training courses and delivering training to team members
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to handle ambiguity, changing priorities and good judgment in stressful situations
  • Track record of exceptional analytical and problem-solving abilities
  • Self-motivated, structured, strong attention to detail, and open to change
  • Excited and passionate about the Training function
  • Has high integrity and able to maintain a strict code of confidentiality
  • Hard working team player with a positive, can-do attitude.  Flexible and willing to work long and sometimes erratic hours

Requirements for Employment:

  • Fluent in English
  • Authorized to work in the U.S.
  • Bachelor’s degree from a top tier university

Compensation & Perks:

  • We offer a competitive salary range of $60k-$80k
  • Healthcare, including medical, dental, and vision
  • 401k 
  • Friends and Family rate at all Collective Retreat locations and employee free and discounted nights

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