Tour Coordinator

Up to £26000 per annum Commission

Tour Coordinator

You will be working for one of the leading educational operators in the UK who are building back up and are brimming with enquiries. This is a great time to join the team as more growth is planned and opportunities will be available for everyone to grow with the business.

Tour Coordinator - What will I be doing ?

You will be responsible for promoting all services that these brands offer to sports clubs and educational settings. You will be responsible for promoting the full product range, developing and maintaining long term relationships with higher educational establishments and providing top customer service to new and existing clients..

You will be working with both suppliers and clients directly to ensure the successful arrangement of the travel and accommodation

You will be Tailor making itineraries reflecting the requirements of the group, Generating accurate tour costings.

You will be regularly visiting assigned venues and areas, taking part in inspection visits and researching subjects and destination

Tour Coordinator - What experience do I need ?

  • Previous experience arranging tours in the educational travel sector would be preferable.
  • If you have not worked in educational travel, then a general travel industry operational background would be essential
    Strong knowledge of the School, College and Sports Club Travel Market and previous experience working on Education Events/Sports Tours would be ideal.

Tour Coordinator - Additional Information

This is an office based or hybrid role with a requirement to be based in the office a minimum of 3 days a week. You will be working a 37.5-hour week between the hours of 8 - 6 ( e.g. 8 - 4 or 9 - 5 etc ) They are a great team - full of enthusiasm and passion for this industry and you will be joining a business who will be able to offer people an exciting future

  • Product Manager
    Amazing Benefits

    Product Manager - Walking Holidays Europe

    This is a unique and exciting opportunity to join an award-winning tour operator who are revamping their Summer Program in Europe to focus on Walking Holidays. It is a great opportunity to join at a time when new products are being created as well as running alongside a well-established successful program.

    Product Manager - What will I be doing?

    • As the Product Manager focusing on Walking Holidays, you will be responsible for looking after the Italian and French summer walking product and researching and developing new resorts and countries to add to their portfolio.
    • You'll ensure that the product remains innovative, relevant and profitable. You'll be part of team that is undergoing significant investment both here in the UK and overseas to align with their ambitions of commercial growth and leadership in the summer walking market.

    Product Manager - what experience do I need ?

    • It is essential that you have worked as a Product Manager within a tour operator previously - ideally with a Walking holidays background but if not then experience of launching new products is important.
    • Knowledge of Europe - particularly Italy and France would be ideal.

    Product Manager - what else do I need to know?

    You will be reporting into the Head of Product and will have one Product Executive reporting into you.

    The pay is good and includes an annual company bonus with an amazing benefits package that is hard to beat in the travel industry. They are also a company that puts work life balance at the top of their agenda so there is scope to work flexibly. They operate a hybrid system regarding work location - their office is on the Surrey / Hants border, but they are flexible on your location so more remote working is a possibility.

  • Luxury Travel Consultant

    Luxury Travel Consultant - Hybrid London or Remotely based
    £Excellent Plus Bonus

    This outstanding operator based in central London are hiring a further Senior Travel Consultant to sell their luxury exotic holidays to the public and the trade. They have a product that is out of this world and they need a world class consultant to join them in servicing their loyal and growing client base.

    Luxury Travel Consultant - What will I be doing?

    • You will be working on a GDS system booking flights, hotels and land arrangements to the most discerning of clients. Nothing will be too much trouble and your knowledge will be second to none.
    • Selling trips to the a variety of destinations to include the Caribbean, Indian Ocean and Europe - you will be an absolute expert in these locations.

    Luxury Travel Consultant - What experience do I need?

    • You must have sold luxury holidays to these destinations previously. Going the extra mile for a client will come naturally to you and you will thrive on delivering the best service possible.

    Luxury Travel Consultant - Additional Info:

    • You will be rewarded very well with an opportunity to earn substantial bonuses. There are a host of extra treats too - fam trips, extra days holiday, incentives, dinners, spa days, days out, nights out..the list goes on. What are you waiting for? Hit the apply button!

  • Part-time Health and Safety Coordinator
    Up to £24000 per annum

    Farnborough (hybrid or fully remote) - £24,000 pro-rata


    Part-time Health and Safety Coordinator

    This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Administrator who is interested in taking up the position of Health and Safety Coordinator within a large pan-European travel group which has a strong tradition of excellence and high standards of quality and service. Perhaps you have worked within a highly regulated environment or you're an organised professional with great attention to detail and excellent research skills? If so, this is a great chance to widen your skills set. They are looking for an individual who is passionate about travel and who will share the same agenda of ensuring that the Company exceeds the expectations of their discerning and loyal customers.

    Part-time Health and Safety Coordinator - What will I be doing?

    Whilst the core part of the role is to assist in coordinating information from a variety of sources to ensure the Company's brands can deliver against H&S business goals, there will also be a key focus on collating information regarding the current travel rules and requirements related to UK Government and those set by the industry's regulatory bodies. You will be working closely with the Senior Health & Safety manager and will assist with the day-to-day administration of the department as well as liaising with overseas suppliers, generating reports and contacting colleague throughout the UK and overseas

    Part-time Health and Safety Coordinator - What experience do I need?

    • You will be an excellent researcher with a focus on accuracy, quality and attention to detail
    • Strong administration skills with planning and organisation playing a key part of your experience to date
    • Demonstrable experience of having interpreted rules and regulations
    • If you have a travel background then your knowledge of industry-relevant legislation and regulatory requirements will be beneficial, however, training will be offered
    • Excellent communication and presentation skills
    • Ability to work effectively in culturally-diverse situations
    • A confident team player with great relationship building skills
    • Passionate about travel and delivering a high level of customer service
    • Good Microsoft Office skills, particularly Excel


    Health and Safety Coordinator - What else do I need to know?
    This is an exciting time to join an impressive and innovative market leader that's looking for a dedicated Administrator or relevant professional who is experienced at prioritising tasks, working under pressure and able to analyse information. You'll have a keen eye for detail and enjoy researching and identifying potential travel problems and restrictions and, as a great team player, you'll join a dynamic and supportive team.

    The position is offered on a part-time basis, working approximately 20 hours per week, although this may increase to 25 hours in high season.