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Trip Planning Coordinator

Moniker’s corporate travel and events business is expanding, and we are looking to hire talented and passionate people to support the team as we see travel rebound to pre-pandemic levels. The Trip Planning Coordinator role will be a part of the Trip Planning team, and support the Operations Team in managing the day-to-day business and client programs. The ideal candidate will play a vital role in helping us build and service our roster of clients in planning and executing Corporate Incentive Trips, Retreats, & Meetings both in North America and abroad.

All successful applicants will be expected to familiarize themselves with the destinations, properties, and suppliers where we operate our programs both in North America and internationally. They will learn Moniker’s planning process, our approach to corporate travel and events, and what delivering exceptional client service involves. Following this, they will master the handling of large amounts of detail required to plan and operate trips and events in order to ensure our programs meet with the high standards of excellence our clients expect from us.
The ideal candidate
Salary of CAD$50,000 with the OTE an additional $5,000-$10,000 per year through on-site staffing of our programs. There will be opportunities to travel in this role.
Send us an email with your Resume as well as answers to two of the following questions (max 500 words each essay)
  1. Describe, in your own words, what you imagine a typical week working at Moniker would entail, and why you think you are the right fit for both the role and the Moniker team.
  2. What is the worst travel experience you have ever encountered? How did you overcome and persevere through it?
  3. Tell us about a time when you coordinated or worked on several projects at the same time. How did you juggle all of the projects and stay on top of deadlines?
  4. A New York based client has approached us with a briefing to help design an Incentive Trip to reward their top Sales Agents for a very successful year. Put together a high-level proposal and itinerary of how you would go about dividing and allocating a US$250,000 budget for 100 people over the course of 4 days on an Incentive Trip, to Dublin, Ireland.
  5. Tell us about the last skill you learned or a course you took that wasn't required by your previous workplace or taught in school. What was your motivation behind doing it?
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