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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 Work careers ...

from: reed.co.uk - 9 days ago

Tour Guides  

ACORN RECRUITMENT LIMITED - Llanrhystud, Dyfed, Wales

At the Information Centre and cafe successful applicants will prepare and sell light refreshments, carry out general cleaning, order stock, promote customer care, handle and be responsible for cash An... Tour Guide careers... Temporary... £7.30 per hour

from: totaljobs.com - 6 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. Guide Abroad in Tour... Seasonal... Varies dependent on age/experience

from: JobisJob - 7 days ago

Seasonal Guide  

Brightwork Ltd - Oban, Argyll, Scotland

Oban Distillery Visitor Centre, a five star Scottish Tourist Board attraction and the home of Oban Single Malt Whisky, are looking to recruit Temporary Seasonal Guides for their 2015 season. Interested... Guide Tour... Temporary... £8.01 per hour

from: totaljobs.com - 14 days ago

Tour Guides for Established Language School  

Cavendish School of English - South East, Hampshire

A DBS certificate of an Enhanced Disclosure for the Children's Workforce is required for this position; any certificate must be three years old or less. For applicants who do not already hold such a certificate... Any...

from: simplyofficejobs.co.uk - 15 days ago

Greek and Croatian Tour Guide in Greek or Croatian Islands  

Busabout - Greek or Croatian Islands

and you are there to entertain them, inform them and lead them; whether you can, not only organise people's trips, but make sure they have the The following are not requirements, but are helpful: A second... Seasonal...

from: studentjob.co.uk - 15 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: reed.co.uk (+1 source) - 15 days ago

Tour Guide  

Kents Cavern Ltd - Torquay

The above list is not designed to be exhaustive and you may be asked to assist in other areas as required by the business and subject to the necessary training being given. We pride ourselves on the team... Part-time...

from: Directgov - 13 days ago

Tour Guides  

Jobsbycv - Maidstone

We are looking for hard working, honest, enthusiastic individuals who enjoy meeting new people.

from: Directgov - 15 days ago

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Heritage Tours Administrator  

Emma Gibbs Recruitment - West London, London

Provides administrative support to Heritage initiatives including but not restricted to writing reports, policies and procedures, marketing documents and interpretive material; Maintains regular contact... 21000.00

from: reed.co.uk - 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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