Travel Coordinator

Johannesburg, South Africa

Job - February 9, 2018
Greenpeace Africa is an environmental campaigning organization with offices in Southern, West Central and East Africa. The organization is currently seeking for a Travel Coordinator that will organize all travel arrangements for all Greenpeace Africa employees and manage the organizations vehicles. We are looking for a friendly, reliable, professional travel coordinator, who is passionate about travelling and vehicle management.

The successful candidate must be able to perform these duties but not limited to the following:

Job specification 

  • Book all authorized flights timeously.
  • Assist employees with all documentation required for visa applications.
  • Book all authorized accommodation for staff as and when required
  • Monitor travel costs and introduce cost effective ways of travelling.
  • Monitor and reconcile the diners club statement with the invoices received.
  • Researching destinations and keeping up to date with travel industry news.
  • Compile travel related reports that are required annually, quarterly and monthly.
  • Prepare payments documentation to ensure suppliers are paid in time.
  • Manage the organisations vehicles and ensure they are safe and serviced in time.

Minimum job requirements 

  • Grade 12
  • Minimum of 5 years experience as a travel agent at a Travel Agency, which included organizing custom trips for groups and accompanying those groups while managing logistics 
  • Familiarity with domestic and foreign travel destinations is required

Personal competencies 

  • Show high level of professionalism
  • Show initiative
  • Compassionate

Interested candidates who meet the above requirements should email their CV and covering letter to the Human Resources Officer to stating the position their applying for. The closing date for applications is the 23rd February 2018.

Please note that should you not receive correspondence from us within 20 days from the closing date; please accept that your application has been unsuccessful.

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