Position: FIT* Sales (Travel Consultant)
Full time or part time considered
Location: Cheltenham office
Reports to: Agency Sales & Operations Manager
Working Hours: Monday to Friday 09:00- 17:30
Abercrombie & Kent is the world's largest network of luxury destination management companies, with over 55 offices on the ground in more than 30 countries. As destination specialists we have dedicated experts for FIT, group and incentives & events travel, who invest time in researching new and innovative ideas, and tailor bespoke itineraries for groups of all sizes. The A&K DMC difference can be seen in everything we do, from creative and personalised itineraries, to expert ground operations and the very best guides.
Abercrombie & Kent Europe is recruiting a details orientated, motivated candidate with a passion for all things travel to join the Agency Sales department as FIT Sales Travel Consultant. You will be responsible for the successful quoting, operations and development of FIT business
Will you be part of this exciting next chapter of A&K?
Do you have relevant travel industry experience?
Are you computer literate, taking pride in providing the best standards at all time?
Are you excited about joining a pioneering travel company which is renowned globally?
Speak another European language? Even better, proficient knowledge of Spanish and Portuguese is desirable but not essential.
Then we would love to hear from you!
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Bike to work scheme
- Travel loans
- Work-save pension plan
- Life Assurance
- Recruitment bonus
- Regular social events
- Progression opportunities
- 20 days annual leave increasing with each year service up to 25 days
- Employee discounts
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, or age.
*Foreign Independent Travel – FIT travellers tend to travel as individuals or in small groups such as couples and families. FIT travellers are often seeking to avoid mass tourism in favour of an individualised, independent approach. They tend to want to explore their chosen destinations on their own and at their own pace.