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Administration Assistant  

Acorn Recruitment Ltd - Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales, UK

The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the company Visitors Centre, including training and managing seasonal tour guides, day-to-day administration and supporting the ad-hoc administration...

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Tour Guide  

SUPER - York

Do you love meeting new people every day? Do you enjoy telling a story and guiding a big crowd? Are you a tour guide who feels passionate about showing his or her city to visitors every single day? Then... Tour Guide Work careers...

from: jobsxl.co.uk - 12 days ago

Tour Guide  

SUPER - Oxford, England, GB (+2 locations)

Do you love meeting new people every day? Do you enjoy telling a story and guiding a big crowd? Are you a tour guide who feels passionate about showing his or her city to visitors every single day? Then... Tour Guide careers...

from: neuvoo.co.uk - 5 days ago

CUST SVC REP 2  

Arizona Department of Revenue - Benson, England, GB

Selling tours and campsites. Data entry. Obtaining customer information. Basic math skills, accuracy in record keeping. Various software programs, navigating within different programs simultaneously. Various... tourist guide...

from: neuvoo.co.uk - 4 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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