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Marketing Executive


Are you an all-rounder in marketing? Multi-channel marketing, advertising, direct, production, e commerce, web management? Ready for your next role?


The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism (London) is seeking a self-motivated and enthusiastic individual to join its London based European Marketing team.


The primary role will be to drive the marketing activity of Cayman Islands tourism in the UK and continental Europe focussing on B2B/B2C events and promotions, web site activity and CRM programme. Additional responsibilities will include supporting the Regional Manager Europe with day to day advertising activity and maintaining business relationships with key decision makers within the travel industry. This position will require frequent travel and some evening and weekend work.


Candidates should possess the following:


• A Bachelor’s degree in marketing or related area of study • A minimum of 5 years experience in tourism or other travel related field • A track record in delivering successful marketing initiatives and events • Experience in advertising across multi-media channels • Experience with web site strategy and CRM programmes, data bases and communication delivery • Excellent interpersonal skills • Superior presentation and public speaking skills • A valid British or European driving license


Desirable:


• Knowledge of the Cayman Islands and its tourism attractions and infrastructure • A second language • A PADI or similar scuba certification


All interested persons should submit an application to uk-jobs@caymanislands.ky including a resume and cover letter explaining their interest in and availability for this position.


A more detailed job description and salary range can be found at www.caymanislands.co.uk/jobs Deadline for submitting applications is Friday 26th August 2016.


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One of the leading independent corporate travel management companies in the Thames Valley are seeking consultants for two positions within their Corporate Travel office in Wokingham due to their continued growth.


Senior Corporate Travel Consultant (French or German speaking preferred, but not essential)


Corporate Travel Consultant (English speaking preferred)


Ideally the candidates should have at least 2 years relevant corporate travel experience.


You will need to have expert GDS skills, Sabre preferred, and good fares and ticketing knowledge.


Please forward your CV to:


Corporate_managers@eton-travel.co.uk for the attention of James O’Donnell


www.etontravel.com


“the travel professionals for travel professionals”


Contact: Peter Stratton E: jobs@simpson-recruitment.co.uk T: 01303 863268 W: travel-recruitment.com W: simpson-recruitment.co.uk


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