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Tour Guides and Hosts - Full and Part Time  

Adecco - Basingstoke, Hampshire (+1 location)

Working across these areas will encompass a number of responsibilities, interacting with guests, helping them with their choice of cocktail and preparing it perfectly in line with the standards set by... Tour Guide Work careers ... 18000.00

from: (+3 sources) - 7 days ago

River Tour Guide  

Scudamores - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

As a River Tour Guide at Scudamore’s your duties will be varied, ranging from delivering engaging punt tours on the River Cam, to generating sales and dealing with queries. You’re friendly and approachable... Tour Guide careers...

from: - More than 30 days ago

Museum Tour Guide  

Mechanical Music Museum - Northleach

We are currently seeking an outgoing, customer service focused individual to join us two to three days a week (this will include some weekends and bank holidays). Part Time Tour Guide: Mechanical Music... Guide Abroad in Tour... Part-time... 6.50 - 8.00 per hour

from: Directgov - 9 days ago


Back-Roads Touring Company Ltd - West London, London

In conjunction with our scheduled tours, we have a dedicated custom tour department. Our Tailor-Made Touring team work with our guests to create bespoke touring itineraries throughout the UK and Europe... Guide Training in Tour... 100.00

from: - 10 days ago

French Speaking Tour Leader - Northern France  

PGL Travel Ltd. - Nord Pas de Calais, France

Not only will you be living and working in beautiful Northern France with daily opportunities to immerse yourself in French culture, but we also offer competitive wages plus onsite accommodation and meals... Guide Tour...

from: - 16 days ago

Tour Guides ltd - London

This is a pert-time position working 3-4 nights per week from 7pm to midnight. Tour Guides... Part-time... 10.00 per hour

from: Directgov - 22 days ago

French speaking - Tour Operations  

STRONG RECRUITMENT - London, South East England

One of our London based clients seeks a French speaking Tour Operations Executive to handle groups coming to the UK from France and Belgium. The role of Tour Operations Executive will include : - liaising... 19000.00

from: - More than 30 days ago

SEO Manager - Luxury Tour Operator up to £45,000 plus benefits  

Red Planet Travel Professionals - London, South East England

The SEO Manager will report directly to the Sales and Marketing Director and be responsible for creating and driving performance based SEO strategies. Play a key part of strategy and tactical elements... 40000.00

from: - 22 days ago

French Speaking Group Leader / Tour Guide  

Chateau Beaumont Ltd - Normandy, France

This is a residential role; accommodation, meals and facilities are provided including communal areas’ where you can relax and unwind with your colleagues. Seasonal... Varies dependent on age/experience

from: JobisJob - 30 days ago

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Beer Quarry Caves Ltd - BEER

Conducting one hour long tours of the underground quarry. Full training will be given. 2 or 3 days per week, shifts of 6 or 8 hours. Part-time... 6.60 - 6.60 per hour

from: Directgov - 23 days ago

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Tour Guide

The primary role of a tour guide is to provide information about a particular place or location to travellers. These employees usually have to lead a group of tourists or visitors through a place or places, displaying sound knowledge that will make the tour more interesting or relevant to those involved. Most people in this position are hired by travel companies, cities, or specific locations like museums or galleries.
Some of the most important skills for a tour guide include in-depth knowledge about a particular destination, fantastic communication skills, confident public speaking skills, strong interpersonal skills, and on occasions, the ability to drive buses, coaches, and cars
Most of the applicants for this position needn’t have a degree or relevant accreditations, as the position usually offers training. However, essential background knowledge of an area or location is generally required, so tour guides with previous education do have an advantage. Salaries for this position usually stand at around £15,000 a year, but this largely depends on the company and number of hours worked.

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