Tour Operator Administrator
In these roles you really do get the best of both worlds. As well as the chance to develop your administrative based skills, you also get to travel and explore. Administrators work everywhere from Thailand to Tunisia, Greece to Spain, so the variety is endless.
- Answering emails and phone calls
- Collating guests, reps and suppliers paperwork
- Helping with customer issues, from dealing with insurance for unwell guests to helping with foreign currency and financial matters
- Keeping an information board and a folder of useful information up-to-date at each location
- Dealing with finance team
- Good IT skills
- Self-confidence with a pleasant, outgoing nature
- Good spoken and written communication skills
- The ability to speak one or more foreign languages if working overseas
- Good organisational skills
- The ability to work in a team
Qualifications & Training
Most companies provide training and many will support you in getting formal qualifications.
Many posts come with free accommodation and you can still expect to start on around £500 per month.