Gulph Creek Hotels encourages you and all Team Members to realize your full potential. Gulph Creek Hotels tries to promote and transfer from within. Therefore, when there is an opening within the Gulph Creek family, internal candidates who have the right approach and qualifications will be considered first. Decisions to promote or transfer will be based on your entire employment record, including skills, performance, and cooperation with colleagues, efficiency, attendance record, and experience, responsiveness to internal and external guests, disciplinary record, safety record and suitable match for the position.
Our company has developed a comprehensive set of employee benefit programs to supplement our employees’ regular wages. Our benefits represent a hidden value of additional income to our employees.
Because we recognize the importance of time off for rest, recreation, and to take care of personal business, Gulph Creek Hotels grants paid time off to eligible fulltime team members. The amount of time allowed depends on your length of service. We also provide bereavement leave, medical insurance, dental insurance, retirement plans.
I personally will always have a special place in my heart for GCH. I value the fact that they care about the employee as a person more than just an employee. I respect that fact that they are very hands on and actually care about the performance rather than just the dollar. Overall, they have taking many chances with me and have molded me into the person I am today. I am nothing short of a work in progress but its always great to know that even the President of the company is just a phone call away and always great listening ear.
In 2011, I started working for GCH at the Staybridge Suites in Royersford as a breakfast and social cook attendant. I was able to move from those jobs to the front desk after a few months, as time went on, I was given more opportunities for advancement and gain more knowledge about the hotel industry. I would help in maintenance and housekeeping before being promoted to front desk manager. In my first few years there I saw two GM's get promoted to bigger properties within the company, two sales managers be promoted to a DOS and the other to a GM, and the person I took over for as front desk manager was promoted to AGM. I witnessed first-hand that the company would promote people from within who showed passion, ambition, innovation, pride, and responsibility for their properties. After 5 years at the Staybridge I was offered an AGM position at the Best Western Plus in King of Prussia. While I was there I saw people from line level housekeeping become supervisors and front desk agents become front office managers. Jump ahead another 3 years and I was offered a general manager position. During all of these transitions and changes GCH has always had my back and my best interest to help further my career with the company. No matter the situation the GCH family will unite to help a fellow hotel in need. I have had consistent help from other GMs and employees at different properties. I have had regional managers help with landscaping to get ready for QA and even seen the presidents of the company help move mattresses and room amenities when a hotel flooded. The support that I have received from not only my direct regional managers, but all the people at the corporate office, other team members from different properties, and all the way up to Amy and Derek is the main reason I have never looked for another job in the 8 years I have been with the company.
I was referred by a previous colleague for an open position at the Hampton Inn & Suites, Newtown back in 2005.Having had a successful career in the SMERFE market at both limited and full service hotels, Gulph Creek Hotels saw my potential and offered me my first Director of Sales position. Years later the property was sold, ending my employment with Gulph Creek Hotels. Fast forward to 2018 and there was an opportunity for a Director of Sales opening at the Wyndham Garden York. I jumped at the opportunity to once again get back into the Gulph Creek Family. The company has certainly grown over the years, but the culture remains the same. The pillars on which Gulph Creek Hotels was built, are as true today as they were back in 2005! Of the things I appreciate most are the ability to have a work/life balance, respect and appreciation for my efforts and the open communication with ownership. I am happy to once again be a part of the Gulph Creek family.
At Gulph Creek Hotels, our greatest strength is our team members. We pride ourselves on offering advancement, professional growth, an exciting work environment, and a challenging career in the hotel industry.