More than 70 new jobs are set to be created in Burton as new centre of excellence is created.
As part of a major reinvestment, IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) is refurbishing 60,000 square feet of office space at its three-storey corporate facilities at Centrum 100 business park in First Avenue, Branston.
IHG is one of the world's leading hotel companies and is known for its leading brands such as Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn.
Bosses said that working alongside IHG's existing Branston-based staff, many of the recruits for the posts will form part of the hotel group's newly created 'finance centre of excellence', the cost of which has not been revealed.
Due to go into full operation later this year, the centre will be a centrally located corporate support hub for the business.
It will provide financial insight and analytics expertise to IHG's wider business, which covers its regional headquarters and nearly 5,400 hotels in almost 100 countries.
John Evans, head of finance transformation for IHG, said: "At IHG we put huge effort into making our business a great place to work.
"We looked at several potential locations for our new finance centre of excellence, including outside of the UK, however our existing Branston site won hands down.
"We have a long history here and experienced talent in place, as well as a great location, strong local labour market and excellent transport links.
"As an organisation, we've laid out ambitious growth plans and our recruitment campaign and reinvestment in the facilities here will create a real hub for finance talent in Burton."
Work is already under way to completely modernise the office space. The interior of the building has been re-designed to create new workspace and recreation areas, which include state-of-the-art technology, a new coffee shop, restaurant and gym.
IHG's newest recruits will be joining 100 staff currently based at the site. IHG traces its origins back to 1777 when William Bass first opened a Bass brewery in Burton.
The business later transformed from a domestic brewer into a global company with the Bass red triangle known throughout the world - it was also the first registered trademark. The brewing arm was eventually sold off, but the hotels business remained.
IHG has been accredited as being a top employer for corporate employees in the UK for four consecutive years, in recognition of its exceptional employee environments, with a focus on nurturing and developing talent across the organisation.
Jobs still up for grabs at the new site include tech support managers, system administrators, data analysts and senior reports developers. These can be applied for by visiting the company's website.