Tourism Intern Vacancy

Tourism Intern Vacancy

Jeffreys Bay Tourism is looking for an outgoing, loyal and energetic Intern

Requirements:

Tourism experience, or studying towards a diploma/degree

Have basic geographical knowledge of Jeffreys Bay and South Africa

Effective written and verbal communication  

Take initiative and ensure attention to detail

Handle correspondence

Understanding and experience with MS Office

Ensure to learn and keep updated on Jeffreys Bay Activities, Accommodation and News as well as build knowledge on the Kouga Area

Have Marketing Experience

 

Minimum Level of Education:

Grade 12 /N4 (Matric)

Language(s): English\Afrikaans

 

Should you meet the requirements, feel free to forward your CV, cover letter and references to info@jeffreysbaytourism.org

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