The OTIA is happy to offer access to the OHLA Job Bank as a free site for OTIA members to list their open positions.
ORA and OHLA recently launched its "Oklahoma's Hospitality Industry is Hiring" campaign, and we hope you'll participate! The campaign is directly connected to the OHLA Job Bank and is a FREE service which, OTIA members can utilize to post job vacancies along with the job description, requirements and details of the job. As the employer, you can set the length of time for the job listing, and candidates, after viewing the job criteria will be able to reach out directly to you. When posting an opening, please submit as much information as possible about the job, allowing the best possible candidates to contact you. Jobs are typically approved and viewable within 24 hours, or sooner, Monday - Friday. Decide you want to renew the job listing? Just call the OTIA and we'll extend it for you.
Our "Oklahoma's Hospitality Industry is Hiring" campaign launched last week with posts on Facebook and Instagram and on OSU Hospitality & Tourism Management and OSU IT Culinary Arts social pages, as well as other available job sites. Join us in this employment effort and list jobs today!
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Red Bud Award Submissions Are Now Closed
Submissions are now closed for the RedBud Awards, an annual program recognizing Oklahoma tourism attractions, destination marketing organizations and journalists for their outstanding efforts to serve and promote Oklahoma's tourism industry. Multiple judges from different backgrounds will be judging the RedBud submissions and no extension will be made to the entry deadline due to judging schedules. The date for the Award presentation will be announced in the coming weeks.