- Business Travel Consultant
(Access Travel Management)
- contract: Full Time
- start date: Immediate
- closing date: 29th March 2019
where working hard gets rewarded
Our work ethos is a simple one, work hard and get rewarded. We look for motivated and driven individuals who want to join our growing business in the travel sector who thrive on going the extra mile for the customer. If you think this sounds like you then why not drop us a line at email@example.com to tell us why you're perfect for a role at Access Bookings.
benefits and perks
Other than the fact that we're amazing and love each of our employees like family, there are a few more reasons to be happy working here at Access Bookings - some of the perks include:
- paid time off
- flexible working hours
- remote working
- personal travel discounts
- casual dress
- tailored training
- career development
- company pension
What's more is, working parents and carers have the opportunity to work shifts around their family life too! Plus if you're into fund raising you've come to the right place - just head on over to our Corporate Social Responsibility page to learn a little bit about what we do in our spare time.
access apprenticeship programme
What is the Access Apprenticeship Programme?
Our apprenticeships combines on-the-job practical work experience with study, enabling you to gain experience at the same time as taking nationally recognised qualifications, completing our programmed learning and earning a salary. It doesn't matter whether you're just leaving school or seeking to start a new career; the only prerequisites are that you're living in England and are not in full-time education.
How does it work?
We work with South and City College Birmingham, Birmingham Metropolitan, Remit and the Babington Group to provide the best education and content. We support you for between 12-18 months while you study your NVQ in Business Administration, Customer Care or Social Media and Digital Marketing. Depending on the qualification this can range from NVQ Level 2 to Level 7.
Which departments could I work in?
There are a range of departments that have opportunities from time to time including; IT, Travel, Finance, Productions, Feature Films, Meetings and Events, Business Development, Special Projects, International, Marketing, Groups and Sport. You will work in one of the departments or even a mixture of a few over the course of the qualification for around 35 hours per week.
What skills will I learn?
During your 20% off-the-job training, you will gain new knowledge and skills. This means that you get to do things you wouldn't usually do during the week – such as shadowing, mentoring or industry visits. We also provide functional skills training to get apprentices up to speed on English, Maths and ICT, so you'll only undertake as much training as you need.
what our apprentices say...
"During my time working at Access Bookings, I have accumulated a lot of useful skills that will help me with any future career I would be interested in taking. I have learnt how to work efficiently, yet quickly and accurately. I have also learnt how to work well within a small team and within a whole department. Access Bookings is an interesting company to work for, as the work is always new and different and there are many internal opportunities available. The company is very good at encouraging and ensuring that whilst working here, you will receive some kind of education."
NVQ Level 2 Business Administration
"I feel lucky to be a part of the company as an apprentice, this has enabled me to work with my colleagues on the job whilst learning new skills and completing my college course. I have also taken many opportunities to go on fam trips outside of work time, during these trips I have represented the company in many different locations such as Bristol, London and Liverpool. Access also have regular hotel visits which have helped me get to know our hotel contacts better and build upon working relationships with them."
NVQ Level 2 Business Administration
where you sign up...
Just send your CV with a covering email to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining why you want to be part of the Access Apprenticeship Programme and what you are looking to do in the future, we’ll then contact you regarding any open positions that we have or coming up.