By Kristina Leung and Julien Gagnier, Mediacorp Canada Inc. staff editors
Airline Hotels and Resorts Ltd. owns and operates hotel properties in Canada, including independent operations and a variety of familiar hotel brands such as Hilton, Starwood, Travelodge and Valhalla.
Highlights for new grads:
Average starting salary: $30,001 to $35,000
Career planning services
Flexible work hours
Formal leadership training
Health benefits for new employees
In-house training program
Online training program
Orientation program for new employees
Student employment: co-op
Vacation (after first year): 3 weeks
Hiring locations across Canada:
Saskatoon SK, Regina SK, Edmonton AB, Winnipeg MB, Thunder Bay ON
Typical positions for new grads:
Graduates would occupy Front Office Supervisor, Sales Manager, Human Resources Coordinator, Catering Coordinator, Banquet Supervisor, Housekeeping Supervisor, Administrative Assistant, Accounts Payable/Receivable Clerk, Payroll Clerk, Sales and Marketing Coordinator positions.
New grads hired here typically have these academic backgrounds:
Community College Diploma:
Accounting, Business, Hospitality, Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing / Sales, Office Administration
Master of Business Administration:
General, Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems, Marketing
Human Resources (CHRP, CEBS)
On-campus recruitment at:
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Lakehead University, Northlands College
For other new grad opportunities, please visit the employer's website.
Eluta's Star Ratings reflect our confidence in recommending an employer. Ratings are based on criteria our editors use for the Canada's Top 100 Employers® project, plus 20 regional and special-interest competitions we manage. We also consider programs for entry-level employees from The Career Directory™ project, plus recent recruitment activity. Ratings assigned by algorithm, without human intervention.