PROJECT MANAGER - MUST HAVE TRAVEL INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Location
London, England
Salary
£34000 - £35000 per annum
Posted
13 Jun 2018
Closes
11 Jul 2018
Ref
FI749
Contact
Fiona Morrison
Job function
IT
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
PROJECT MANAGER - MUST HAVE TRAVEL INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE (ESSENTIAL)
LONDON
£34,000 - £35,000

This is a fantastic role for an experienced travel industry project manager who has worked on multiple business projects from IT to booking platforms and across all business departments.

This role reports directly to the Deputy Managing Director for one of the worlds most well known tour operators based in the heart of Chelsea. You will also work alongside the business system infrastructure leadership team to understand business needs, create and implement effective and timeous projects that improve business process and productivity.

REQUIREMENTS:

*Project management within the travel industry is essential for this role
*Driven, energetic and enthusiastic with a passion for achieving/delivering
*Experience/understanding of technology / booking systems in travel
*Training and presentations skills
*Excellent communicator
*Stakeholder management
*Reporting
*Risk management
*Self motivated
*Analytical
*Highly organised

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Progressive Travel Recruitment and 14fiftyseven (trading names of Progressive Personnel Ltd., est. 2005) are leading international travel recruitment and PA/household recruitment consultancies with offices in the United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, South Africa and The Maldives.