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  • Bluebridge

    Sales Manager

    Bluebridge is setting off in an exciting new direction, and you can get us on our way. A recent change in ownership and management has given us a new focus on business development which is where you come in.

    Because passenger ferry crossings are a huge growth area for us, we’ve created the brand new role of Sales Manager to make sure we reach our full potential. You’ll work on building those sales, growing our market share, and generally raising the profile of Bluebridge in the tourism industry.

    It’s going to be a great role for someone who enjoys building relationships. We want you to get on board with travel agents, i-SITES and tour operators all around the country and even overseas anyone who sells Cook Strait crossings to the general public.

    You’ll bring a significant amount of experience as a Sales Manager in the travel and tourism industry, enough to enable you to get right in and start getting results. So it would be a big plus if you’ve already got relationships with some of these tourism industry operators and know a bit about tourism industry-related IT.

    A sales-focused, target-oriented type, you’ll be someone who can quickly gain respect and trust and make people want to do business with you. This isn’t a role for someone who takes a slow-burn approach to sales you need to be engaging, proactive, and determined.

    It’s the kind of role a seasoned salesperson will jump at, because you’ll quickly see the difference your efforts are making, and be able to celebrate your success. And if you’re keen to walk in the door and just go for it, we want to talk to you.

    If you have questions you can also contact Jane on 021 084 52735.

    The recruitment of this role is being managed by HainesAttract Recruitment.

    To apply, please email Jane Reddiex your CV and a cover letter on jane.reddiex@hainesattract.co.nz

  • Whale Watch

    Territory Manager

    Due to the pending departure of our incumbent an exciting opportunity has become available to join Team Whale Watch as the Territory Manager – Greater China/South East Asia.

    This is a permanent full-time role based in Kaikōura responsible for the development and implementation of our activities across Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and emerging markets Vietnam and Philippines. This role reports directly to the General Manager.
    Desired Attributes, Skills and Experience:
    -Relevant qualifications and/or experience in Sales and/or Marketing.
    -Experience in the New Zealand Tourism Industry.
    -Experience dealing with Offshore and Onshore Travel Trade.
    -Experience with Chinese social media such as Weibo, Youku, Wechat, Travel blogs etc.
    -Computer literate.
    -Excellent Presentation and Communication Skills.
    -Excellent Relationship Management Skills.
    -Excellent Planning and Time Management Skills.
    -Team player.
    -Hard working.
    -Ability to work unsupervised.
    -Trustworthy.
    -Integrity.
    Role Requirements:
    -High level of proficiency in both spoken and written English and Mandarin.
    -Legally able to work in New Zealand.
    -International and domestic travel will be a key aspect of this role, you must be willing and able to travel.

    If you think you have what it takes to fulfil this exciting role then please provide a letter and CV to Teri Sonal by Email: teri@whalewatch.co.nz Post: PO Box 89, Kaikoura 7340 or Deliver to: The Whaleway Station, Whaleway Road, Kaikōura before 5pm Friday 29th September 2017.

    “WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU TO TEAM WHALE WATCH”

    Email: teri@whalewatch.co.nz

  • Queenstown New Zealand

    Business Development Director

    An exciting new role leading Destination Queenstown’s channel sales and trade marketing teams.
    This is an outstanding opportunity for a dynamic and experienced business development leader to make a difference in one of New Zealand’s leading tourism marketing organisations. Destination Queenstown (DQ), incorporating the Queenstown Convention Bureau (QCB) and Study Queenstown (SQ), is the official regional tourism office for Queenstown, New Zealand.
    Reporting to the Chief Executive, the newly created role of Business Development Director is responsible for developing clear strategies and growing, leading and managing all channel sales and trade marketing activity including domestic and international travel trade, industry partnerships, business events through the QCB and study through SQ.
    Managing an established and experienced team of six, the Business Development Director engages confidently with senior industry stakeholders nationally and internationally, as well as working closely with our DQ member businesses and the wider DQ team.
    This is an outstanding opportunity for someone who:
     Is a dynamic and strong relationship manager with a minimum of 5 years’ successful experience in senior strategic marketing, sales or business development roles
     Has highly developed strategic business skills
     Has a passion for Queenstown and development of Queenstown as a competitive visitor,
    business events and study destination
     Operates with autonomy and uses creativity, initiative and independent judgement
     Has excellent senior relationship building, networking, influencing and negotiation skills
     Relates well to a wide variety of people at all levels of organisations from different cultural
    and linguistic background
     Demonstrates superior and articulate communication skills
     Holds relevant tertiary qualifications
    The Business Development Director is a full time, permanent position based in Queenstown.

    The Business Development Director is a full time, permanent position based in Queenstown. To apply, find out more information or request a copy of the position description, please contact Kate Martin, HR Manager: hr@queenstownNZ.nz. Applications close Fri

  • Waitangi Treaty Grounds

    SALES EXECUTIVE

    Located in the stunning Bay of Islands, the Waitangi Treaty Grounds are a major tourism destination and attract visitors from NZ and around the world.
    Sales activities for this position focus on:
    • General key account management
    • Tourism trade and cruise market sales
    • Local agent sales
    • Conference and Incentive, Wedding and Function business
    • Contribution to sales strategy and annual action plans
    Key pointers for a successful application:
    Experience working in the tourism industry is essential
    Sales experience and proven sales success essential
    Strong focus on delivering results
    Advanced reporting, presenting and communication skills Self-motivated with the ability to work unsupervised
    Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work in small team Advanced computer skills with experience in Microsoft Office
    Tertiary qualification in Business, Tourism or related subject is desirable
    What we can o er you:
    This is an exciting position in a unique organisation offering the successful candidate a range of sales experience and the opportunity to work in a very special place. You will report to the Business Development Manager and play a key role in a small, close-knit team with a great working environment.
    We are on a mission to find the ideal candidate as soon as possible, please apply by Friday 18 August 2017 to be considered for the position. Applicants for this position must be fluent in English and have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

    Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa

    Email your letter of application and CV to Kayla Jonas at kaylajonas@waitangi.org.nz”

  • Tourism Export Council of New Zealand

    Chief Executive Officer

    Candidates should have extensive tourism experience at a senior level, be an effective communicator at all levels, including advocating to government and other stakeholder groups on behalf of members. The candidate should be able to demonstrate excellent leadership and management experience.
    This is a hands-on role and will suit strategic thinking candidates who have strong operational and administration skills yet able to develop and manage relationships at senior levels within a range of associated organisations.

    Martin Horgan - mhorgan@southernworld.com

  • ChristchurchNZ

    Trade Marketing Coordinator

    ChristchurchNZ was formed as a single entity to bring together the Economic Development, Tourism, Major Events & International Education activity of the Christchurch City Council.
    The organisational priorities are likely to change over time as the organization explores how it can maximize its impact through synergies between its functions.
    For the first year, however, its priorities are:
    • Developing a strong positive city profile and promoting the city to residents, national and international audiences (City Profile)
    • Attracting visitors, migrants, students, new business and investment through integrated marketing, major events & conferences (Attraction)
    • Ensuring the business environment supports successful and sustainable enterprise and encourages creativity and innovation (Business and Economic Services)
    • Successful establishment of the new entity (Establish ChristchurchNZ)
    The Trade Marketing Coordinator is based in our Christchurch central office and reports to the International Trade Marketing Manager.
    The Trade Marketing Coordinator is responsible for providing coordination support to the International Trade Marketing Manager by organising the trade famil programme. You will also provide general administration support for the marketing team as required including working with media, campaign and online functions
    To succeed in this dynamic and critical role you will ideally have a tourism qualification and/or industry experience, a successful track record in customer service/sales (minimum of 2 years) and strong organisational skills. The ability to build strong internal & external relationships while working as an integral member of the marketing team is also a key component of the role.
    This is an exciting & dynamic role that involves attracting domestic & international tourism to the region

    A detailed position description is available from http://www.christchurchnz.com/about-us/careers/ Applications close 4 August jobs@christchurchnz.com

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