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10 months ago
Travel Futures
Salary: £25k - 30k per year + bonus & benefits
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Contact: The Travel Recruitment Experts
Category: Product Manager Jobs

Senior Product Database Loader – UP to £30k – Central London

  • Worldwide luxury holiday provider with over 40years experience
  • Dynamic, friendly and rewarding company delivering the highest levels of service
  • Award winning and fast-growing team providing career development and opportunity
  • Develop managerial and team leading skills
  • Excellent benefits and generous holiday allowance
  • Situated in modern buzzy office environment in the heart of London

The Senior Product Database Loader will be:

  • Loading inventory for products such as hotels and villas into our back-office system to display on our website.
  • Dealing with all queries raised by sales staff regarding inventory by liaising directly with the product managers to clarify information.
  • Monitoring the inventory inbox and making sure that stop-sales and close-outs are loaded into the system in a timely manner.
  • You will need to ensure that you work is accurate and may be asked to cross check other team-members work in your department.
  • Responsible for liaising with team members on a daily basis to manage workload and prioritise duties

The Senior Product Database Loader will be:

  • Highly organised, possessing strong interpersonal and relationship building skills
  • Ability to prioritise duties with an attention to detail and the ability to assist others in the department
  • Ability to communicate with people at all levels and possessing excellent time management and high-quality delivery capabilities skills.
  • Experience of working in a busy environment, with strong administration skills.

To apply for the Senior Product Database Loader role, please click below and apply with Travel Futures.

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