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Work For 7 Days, Then Get a 7-Day Break as a Travel Consultant for Frosch
For some, planning a trip can be such a chore.
From booking flights to finding affordable hotels, the abundance of choices can make the process overwhelming. Throw in a canceled flight or a miscommunication about a rental car, and it becomes downright stressful.
This is where a travel consultant comes in.
If you’ve got stellar customer service skills and enjoy planning and problem solving, then we’ve got a job for you.
Frosch, a travel-management company focused on leisure and corporate travel, is looking for full-time, after-hours travel consultants.
This is a virtual position that requires night, weekend and holiday work. Schedules are on a seven-day-on, seven-day-off system — meaning you work for seven days in a row and then are off for seven days in a row.
You’ll work sometime during the following hours, Central time:
- Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Monday through Friday 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Travel Consultant at Frosch
Pay: Not specified
- Managing clients’ travel reservations, such as coordinating airlines, hotels, and car rentals.
- Processing cancellations and changes and informing clients when a flight has been delayed or canceled.
- Resolving travelers’ problems in a timely manner.
Applicants for this position must have:
- Three years of recent experience using Global Distribution Systems (GDS) such as Sabre or Apollo (or a willingness to learn).
- Experience in arranging domestic and international travel for multiple corporate clients.
- Ability to set up ticketing and exchange tickets.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Outlook.
- Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
- Discounts through LifeMart and IATA.
- Gym reimbursement.
- Continued training opportunities.
- Seventeen supplemental benefits.
Kaitlyn Blount is a former staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.