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Factory Tour Guide - World of Wedgwood  

WWRD United Kingdom Limited - Barlaston, Staffordshire

We are looking for an enthusiastic and passionate Factory Tour Guide who is motivated with a positive 'can-do’ attitude. The ability to work well in a team and to communicate effectively is essential.... Tour Guide Work careers ...

from: - 20 days ago

Visitor Centre Tour Guides  

Premiere People - UK, Northern Ireland, Antrim (+1 location)

£7.35 rising to £9.18 after 12 weeks (long term temporary assignments based in Islandmagee) Visitor Centre Tour Guides Tour Guide careers... Temporary...

from: (+1 source) - 6 days ago

Tpur Guides - Part time Temporary  

Cordant Technical and Engineering - Basildon, Essex (+1 location)

If you are interested in this position or would like to know more, please forward our CV or contact us immediately in one of the following ways: *Working closely with the other guides, you will take visitors... Guide Abroad in Tour... 7.20

from: (+2 sources) - 13 days ago

Tour Guide  

Tennent s Visitor Centre - Scotland Glasgow

Duties for this role include: Leading groups on brewery tours ensuring they have a safe and enjoyable experience. Supervising the Visitor Centre shop and making merchandise sales. Full training will be...

from: (+1 source) - 20 days ago

Tour Guide  

Ghosts Unlimited - Warwick

Must be extrovert and confident in talking to people. Part-time... 10.00 - 12.50 per hour

from: Directgov - 13 days ago

Group Tour Operations Co-Ordinator  

Travel Trade Recruitment - London, South East England

*To take bookings, advise customers and create and dispatch customer documentation including tour confirmations and receipts of payments. *Responding to client queries via email, telephone or post. *Excellent... 25000.00

from: (+4 sources) - 28 days ago

Retail Sales Assistant Tour Guide  

Highland House of Fraser - Scotland Inverness

Applicants must have smart appearance as this role is public facing. This is a full time post, 40 hours per week.

from: (+1 source) - 25 days ago

Seasonal Tour Guide  

BRIGHTWORK - East Lothian

Glenkinchie Distillery Visitor Centre is a five star Scottish Tourist Board attraction and the home of Glenkinchie Single Malt Whisky. Our Client is seeking confident individuals to provide a high quality... Temporary...

from: - 28 days ago

Tour Operations Assistant  

Trafalgar Management Services Ltd - South West London, London

Job Opportunity - Tour Operations Assistant, Far East Department ( Fluent Mandarin Essential ) Fluent in English (both written and oral) essential Tour set up, amendments and operation Geographical knowledge... 17000.00

from: - More than 30 days ago

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Disneyland Paris Group Travel Consultant /Group Holiday Planner  

Bluetownonline Ltd. - Greater Manchester (+3 locations)

Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; French Speaking, Disneyland Tours, Disneyland Tour Guide, Group Tour Planner, Group Holiday Planner, Group Tour Advisor, Group Holiday Consultant... Permanent...

from: (+4 sources) - 5 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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