Festive Season Tourism Jobs in Cape Town
Cape Town has been rated one of the top international holiday destinations. Thousands of tourists flock to the city in December to soak up the sun on the gorgeous beaches. The vibrant nightlife and bustling bars draw young visitors who are looking for wild holiday parties. Families can also enjoy a myriad of entertainment in Cape Town. If you are looking for tourism jobs in Cape Town, December is the ideal time to find vacancies.
Travel and tourism jobs offer exciting and fun employment opportunities. You will get the opportunity to share the beautiful city of Cape Town with visitors as well as meet interesting people. An in-depth knowledge of Cape Town and the surrounding attractions is beneficial when applying for jobs. If you are vibrant, motivated and enthusiastic, you are suited to positions in the tourism industry. Employers also look for hard-working individuals who have IT skills.
Graduates and school leavers can gain experience during the busy festive season. If you are a first time job seeker, there is more chance of you being hired for a position that you would not normally be considered for. During the December period you can boost your CV and enhance your skills by working in the tourism industry. Positions are available for festival bartenders. This is a good opportunity for students to earn extra money over the holiday season. Applicants must be able to work long hours. If you have a Travel Diploma, you can apply for Junior Consultant vacancies. Duties include administrative work and hotel bookings. Applicants must have computer capabilities and outstanding interpersonal skills.
Experienced tourism professionals will find plenty of need for their skills during the festive season. If you have more than five years of experience, travel consultant positions are available. This position requires outstanding persuasive skills and the ability to work under pressure. There are also vacancies for Contracting Coordinators. This position requires organizational, communication and negotiation skills.
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