• Travel and Tourism Headhunters
  • ¬£six figures
  • South East
  • Permanent
  • Full-time

Our client is a leading UK online travel site and are seeking to appoint an innovative and dynamic individual as Managing Director to help lead the business in to the future. In an extremely competitive world, our client has embraced and addressed a number of challenges that ensure they are well positioned to increase their market share over the coming months and years.

Following significant investment in marketing, systems and personnel, this role will be responsible for delivering the growth ambitions of our client. The successful candidate will have a substantial number of years experience at a senior level within a travel organisation, as well as strong knowledge of the online travel market. They will require excellent communication and leadership skills with over 75 people employed by the business - from call centre staff to Directors. Commercial awareness skills will be second to none whilst a proven track record of exceeding targets in tough environments will also be desirable.

The role will be predominantly based on the South East head office but travel overseas will be required on an occasional basis, with an excellent benefits package available including major discounts on worldwide travel destinations.

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