Account Executive - Boston


As an Account Executive your main task will be to provide support to new and existing accommodation partners, contacting, informing and advising them about how to meet the demands of the visitors on the Booking.com website. 

This role will be on the Partner Services team in our Boston, MA office.

B.Tasked:

  • Day-to-day pro-active communication with partners in your region by telephone, by internal messaging and occasionally in person to assist with the development of the business;
  • Building productive relationships with partners to ensure that they offer the best availability and rate structure;
  • Discuss opportunities with partners that will help improve business by using Booking.com BV's internal tool of priority setting;
  • First point of contact for key local accommodation partners, answering questions and queries, taking action as needed;
  • Participation in weekly team learning in your office;
  • Advise accommodation partners regarding their (potential) webpages on the Booking.com website and how they can amend data with respect to supply, availability, specials, promotions;
  • Delivering training by phone to new and or existing properties on how to use Booking.com's extranet and rates & availability system;
  • Conduct daily/weekly rate and availability checks on various platforms;
  • You will also need to be versatile, flexible and adapt quickly to the latest guidelines/changes from Booking.com BV.

 

B. Qualified:
  • Great telephone communication skills;
  • Fluent English speaker and writer;
  • Affinity/experience within e-travel and/or hotel/travel industry is a plus;
  • Pro-active, sense of responsibility and can work independently;
  • Ability to convince partners on the phone to implement suggestions;
  • Quick and resourceful, flexible, accurate, strong analytical and an eye for detail;
  • Team player, motivated and enjoys to work in e-travel and hospitality;
  • Business focused;
  • Positive attitude;
  • Hotel School or University background preferred;
  • Currently authorized to work in the United States.


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