Travel coordinators, also known as travel agents, schedule, plan, and offer their travel expertise to clients. They are responsible for planning vacations for individuals who are traveling alone, in groups or with families. Coordinators may make travel arrangements for other organizations' employees, which may include domestic and international transportation and arrangements for lodging. These professionals must be aware of their clients' needs to recommend the best possible vacation destinations, routes, tour packages, and lodging.
Travel Coordinator Tasks
Manage and maintain customer profiles to ensure confidentiality and efficiency.
Provide customer service support, perform data entry, and maintain financial records of travel costs.
Determine customer needs and ensure the appropriate and best travel arrangements are made.