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Looking for your next move at IHG?

We're committed to giving all of our colleagues Room to Grow. So if you're ready for the next step in your IHG journey, you're in the right place to search and apply for our global vacancies.

These pages are for IHG colleagues only. If you work for a Franchise hotel, please visit to access opportunities in managed hotels, corporate or reservations offices.

Celebrating difference

We’re committed to attracting, developing, rewarding and retaining diverse talent, and embracing individual needs at different career and life stages.

Diversity and inclusion are essential to our success. We know the importance, value and benefit of having employees who fully represent the communities in which we operate and the guests who stay in our hotels. Our high-performance culture is driven by creating an engaging and inclusive environment where different perspectives and ideas are welcomed.

We are an equal opportunity employer. We employ people solely on the basis of how their skills, qualifications and experience match the requirements of the role. It’s our policy not to discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, marital status or disability, or any other characteristic/group as defined by a country’s legislation. 

Great people know great people

If you know someone else that might be interested or is the perfect match for a job at IHG please feel free to share and recommend them for a role! To recognise you for bring great talent into IHG we operate a recommend-a-friend scheme across our global corporate offices and you could receive a referral bonus. To find out more or to recommend a friend visit Merlin for details of the scheme.

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Your route to success

Congratulations on making the decision to further your career with IHG! There are a few things you need to know...

Hints and tips for your application.

  • 1. Read the job advertisement carefully and in full

    Pay specific attention to the duties and responsibilities of the role and also any essential and desirable criteria. You’ll need to be able to demonstrate to your interviewer that you have the required competencies/experience.
  • 2. Complete all sections of your online application

    Attach or upload the most up-to-date copy of your CV/résumé plus any appropriate supporting documents, such as a cover letter or some examples of your work.
  • 3. Dress appropriately for your interview

    Smart business attire is encouraged.
  • 4. Arrive in good time for your interview

    It’s best to arrive in advance of the start time so the interviewer can collect you, provide you with any refreshments and start the assessment at the allotted time.
  • 5. Think how you’ll ‘sell’ yourself

    Prepare for your interview by thinking of some key achievements in your current role and career to date. Your interviewer will want to hear about these, the work behind them and how you achieved what you did.
  • 6. Be prepared for a competency-based assessment

    We assess colleagues using our leadership competency framework. Be prepared to have a competency-based assessment and to be asked for examples of how you approached your work, what you did in a given situation and the result of your efforts.
  • 7. Prepare a series of questions to ask the interviewer

    This shows that you have researched the role and are eager to know more about the opportunity.
  • 8. Relax during the interview

    Try to stay calm and in control. Show positive and confident body language.