Travel Agent

Flight Centre Travel Group Limited Brooklyn , NY 11201

Posted 2 months ago

Job no: 505012

Brand: Liberty Travel

Work type: Full time

Location: New York

Categories: Leisure Travel & Retail

At Liberty Travel, we are committed to connecting people and places. Liberty Travel has over 700 travel consultants, in 120 locations nationwide. We're looking for individuals to join like-minded people that are passionate about travel, sales-driven, love networking and building customer relationships, results-focused, determined to succeed, and will be committed to ensuring our customers have an amazing travel experience.

Responsibilities as a Travel Consultant:

  • Plan and sell transportation, accommodations, insurance and other travel services

  • Receiving payments and maintain financial documents

  • Prioritize networking and building your customer database to meet and exceed profit, sales, and targets at the individual and team level

  • Participate in travel related webinars, training sessions, and in-destination experiences

  • Maneuver through our booking application systems. Sabre, provides Liberty Travel with a single source for all elements of the reservation and guest information

  • Take direction and coaching; at Flight Centre Travel group we believe in daily, weekly, and monthly sessions with your leaders to help with performance


  • Previous experience being commission focused, meeting and exceeding sales targets

  • Travel experience, as well as knowledge of domestic and international travel trends

  • Experience in building, maintaining, and managing client relationships

  • Excellent computer and typing skills

  • Professional, customer service-oriented mentality

  • Positive attitude and a will to succeed independently, as well as part of team

  • Able to work a flexible 5-day work schedule (including some evenings and weekends)

What Flight Centre Travel Group can offer:

  • $31,200 base plus uncapped commission; the more you sell, the more you'll earn!

  • Fully paid, 2-week in-depth sales and systems training at our in-house Learning Center located in our headquarters in Montvale, NJ (transportation to/from the training will be provided)

  • On-going destination training to develop your skills and knowledge to help you better sell

  • Discounted travel benefits, which include IATA's travel benefits

  • National and international awards nights, buzz nights, conferences, FAM Trips

  • Free and confidential access to our own in-house financial advisors

  • Unbeatable company culture

  • Health Benefits, including Medical, Vision and Dental

  • Company matching 401k, and stock options

Our close relationships with our travel partners will allow you as a Liberty Travel consultant the ability to offer your customers exclusive perks and special amenities. With access to our 24/7 customer support, your customers will never travel alone.

Location: Brooklyn, NY

FCTG USA is an affirmative action - equal opportunity employer searching for talented people who have a desire to build a rewarding, fun, and exciting career with a company that loves to celebrate your success!

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