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  • Part Time Tour Guides/Brand AmbassadorsSwiss Post Solutions(New York City, New York)

    1) The Tour Guide will escort groups on indoor and outdoor tours at Rockefeller Center. The Tour Guide is responsible for describing tour points of interest, conveying a working knowledge of Rockefeller Center (Art & Architecture), New York City and the Top of the Rock Observation Deck. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS § Greets, guide and register visitors § Must be able to communicate in a clear and concise t...
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    Posted Mon 20th October

  • Dutch Speaking Tour DirectorAmericanTours International(Long Beach, California)

    -Dutch Speaking Tour Directors Americantours International, LLC - Los Angeles, CA Work while traveling the USA! We seek enthusiastic Dutch or Flemish speaking Tour Directors to join AmericanTours International, LLC (ATI). ATI offers a large variety of motorcoach tours, including exclusive Dutch speaking tours. As a Tour Director, you will lead a group of 20 to 50 Dutch speaking individuals for 7 t...
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    Posted Tue 30th September

  • Customer Service - Vacation Coordinator - Full Time/Winter / Seasonal (Starts Now)- Keystone, COVail Resorts(Boston South, Massachusetts)

    Start your winter job today! in Keystone, CO This is a great position for someone interested in jump starting a career within Vail Resorts! Reservations Vacation Coordinators are trained to be guest service experts – building the perfect vacation experience for the guests of our renowned Colorado resorts: Keystone, Breckenridge, Vail and Beaver Creek. This position works on a team located in beaut...
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    Posted Tue 14th October

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