posted February 2, 2018Turtle Bay Resort
Responsible for managing and maintaining the DMPE (Delphi) database system, executing and coordinating all group data and weekly & monthly reports, training new users on Delphi standards, and serving as the communication link between sales, catering and conference planning system users, management and technology specialists. Additional responsibilities include onsite support of Public Relations teams (National and Local), Catering & Wedding sales, and the Director of Sales and Marketing. College degree in Marketing or related field is preferred.
Turtle Bay Resort is fortunate to be blessed with a richness of nature that few places can claim: the most powerful waves in the world as well as tranquil bays for swimming. Miles of seaside walking trails, a farm on site, and a bird sanctuary. A landscape that lets us plan accommodations thoughtfully, giving everyone an ocean view.
Our refreshed design, enhanced wellness program, and new green initiatives are key to our unfolding story. Activity. Adventure. Authentic Hawai’i.
Where else can you go surfing, stand-up paddling, kayaking, snorkeling, golfing, and cycling without leaving the property? Ride horseback before breakfast, take a waterman lesson after lunch, and explore our trails before dinner. Or just relax by the pool, let our massage therapists work the knots out, and daydream on the beach.
Nature has blessed us with a stunning expanse of land and mesmerizing seascapes. Spectacular surf as well as protected bays for safe swimming and snorkeling.
Fertile farmlands and lush forests of biodiversity— protected forever.
The most spacious resort in Hawaii, we span a luxurious 850 acres; for context, consider that all of Waikiki can fit within 600 acres. All this space makes your visit more relaxing, and every room has an ocean view.
Turtle Bay is the living room of the North Shore, a welcoming hub where locals and islanders hang out with visiting pro athletes and celebrities. Our property is the ideal setting for bringing large groups of people together, creating memories to last a lifetime.
In addition to Turtle Bay Resort’s own roof gardens, our kitchens source their ingredients from the organic family farms of the North Shore, and from local fisherman and artisans. Every one of the resort’s restaurants features signature items that highlight local products.