Virgin Holidays is a transatlantic tour operator offering holidays to the USA and the Caribbean, Canada, the Far East, South Africa, the Middle East, Indian Ocean, Mauritius, New Zealand and Australia. It also has an established ski programme.
It’s not easy to sum up what it’s like working at Virgin Holidays in just a few words. We’re passionate about making holidays perfect. No matter what job or position, we ALL have a part to play to make sure our customers have the best holidays in the whole wide world. We’re Virgin so excellent customer service just comes naturally. Not only external customers but internally with our colleagues and suppliers as well. We’re all part of the same team and we treat each other honestly, with integrity and respect. We know what’s expected of each other and we’ll work hard to achieve our goals but we’ll have a lot of fun along the way. We’re professional, prepared to go the extra mile and not afraid to challenge the norm. Not only that, we have a culture of innovation and bright ideas. It’s a fast paced environment and not a place for standing still. Ask Richard Branson what’s the secret of Virgin’s success and he’ll tell you one thing – our people. If this sounds like you then we’d love to you to hear from you.
We believe in holidays. Not in a serious, let’s-do-yoga kind of way. But we know they matter. These are the stories we grow old with. It’s big stuff. And because holidays matter, we want them to be fantastic. We’re on your side, whether you’re bungee-jumping in Mickey ears or lounging poolside for the seventh sunny day in a row. Ice cream for breakfast? Champagne for lunch? We won’t judge – we’ll just get another round in. Here at Virgin Holidays, we’ve spent over 30 years helping people discover the world. We’ve even done our bit to make it better. And above all, we’ve done it with a style that’s uniquely Virgin. Sound like fun to you? Then this is the place to be…
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