Hertz is a leading global name in the car rental business, trading in over 140 countries from more than 10,000 locations and employing almost 30,000 people in full and part time roles worldwide. The Hertz business as a whole also includes other famous brand names in the car and van rental world such as Thrifty and Dollar.
Hertz was founded in the United States in 1918 so has almost a century’s worth of experience in the business.
Hertz is an inaugural member of Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards Hall of Fame and has been voted multiple times by the magazine’s readers to be the ‘Best Car Rental Agency.
Okay, so their customers are obviously big fans of Hertz - but what about their employees? What can Hertz offer to potential applicants in order to attract top quality staff to join their ranks? Well, as their careers’ information points out:
“If you’re looking for a challenging role in an exciting organization, then Hertz is the company for you. A truly global company with a passion for delivering premium service to our customers. We’re looking for the right people to join us to make sure we continue to lead the way into the future. At Hertz, we offer a positive work environment, very attractive terms and conditions, an excellent remuneration package, educational assistance, outstanding training, development opportunities and career progression.”
And, as well as full blown careers at the US car rental company, there is often seasonal work at various locations for students at Hertz in the UK too. A number of different roles are usually advertised at the peak periods of their business calendar - often on a zero hour contract basis - for the Summer, Easter and Christmas holidays.
With many car rental pick-ups and drop-offs being carried out at airports, you have a good chance to find work some flexible work with Hertz if you are studying near any of the UK’s busiest runways such as Heathrow, Gatwick and Manchester.
As you’d probably expect of a global company, there is an almost unlimited variety of roles on offer within the Hertz business. Vacancies at Hertz in the UK are as varied as bus drivers at airports, price analysts and customer service reps - so there should be something to suit applicants of all tastes and levels of experience at the company.
To get a better flavour of what working for a brand like Hertz would be like, you can take a look at some of the updates they’ve recently added to their Facebook and Twitter careers accounts which we’ve added to the left of the page. You can also watch the Hertz YouTube video that we’ve embedded there too.
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