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World Travel Centre to Appoint Business Travel Consultants

World Travel Centre to Appoint Business Travel Consultants

The World Travel Centre Group seeks to appoint a Business Travel Consultant and a Junior Business Travel Consultant for its Dublin office. The positions are permanent, report to a team leader, the remuneration package depends on experience, and the closing date for applications, with cover letter and CV to [email protected], is Friday 28 June.

Both successful applicants will be part of a team of corporate travel consultants responding to travel requests from SMEs, public bodies and missionary sectors across the UK and Ireland. You will play a vital role in ensuring that WTC continues to exceed its service level agreements and fulfills its customer requirements by providing the highest level of customer service and best value for money.

Skills and Experience 

Customer service is paramount and the successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate this to the highest level.

Personal Attributes

Excellent communication skills, both written and oral Ability to prioritise and work to strict deadlines
Personal and professional credibility Excellent organisational skills
A positive ‘can do’ team attitude is essential

Benefits

 Staff Travel Perks  Supplier Hosted Events
 Free Travel Insurance Annually  Health and Wellbeing Benefits
  Workplace Pension Schemes    PHI and DIS Insurance
Annual leave with additional based on Service loyalty  Tax Saver Commuter tickets

Team Rewards

 

Business Travel Consultant

The following skills are essential:

  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • Previous experience working in a corporate travel environment
  • Operation of a GDS (Amadeus, Galileo, Worldspan)

Ideally, you should have a minimum of two years’ experience in the travel sector. Training will be provided and you will have the opportunity to continue your development as you progress in your career.

Junior Business Travel Consultant

The following skills are desirable but not essential:

  • Working in a corporate travel environment
  • Operation of a GDS (Amadeus, Galileo, Worldspan)

Ideally, you should have a minimum of one year’s experience in the travel sector. Training will be provided and you will have the opportunity to continue your development as you progress in your career.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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