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Tour Guides at Emirates Bio Farms -UAE

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Tour Guides at Emirates Bio Farms -UAE

Employer Name: Bio Farms

Salary: AED 2,902 per month

Employment type: Full-time

Location: Wales – Al-Ayn

Application Closes: Not Specified

The position requires interaction with customers and visitors to create an engaging and welcoming environment. The primary responsibility will be to lead tours at Emirates Bio Farm. To properly experience and enjoy the excursions out in the farm fields and greenhouses, tour guides must coordinate and manage groups of 10 to 50 people at a time by presenting information on our organic farming processes.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conduct walking tours for large groups of people
  • Manage the flow and timing of the tour
  • Support event functions by providing specialized tours
  • Support in tracking and ticketing of tours and events
  • Ensuring the safety and leisure of all tour participants and visitors
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Required Skills & Abilities:

  • 2 years of experience in a related field
  • Comfortable being outdoors for most hours of the day
  • Friendly, enthusiastic, and passionate about sustainable farming
  • Time management skills
  • Flexible Hours (nights and weekends)
  • Able to work with a team and alone
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Basic knowledge of farming (Training provided)
  • Retail experience is an asset
  • Organization skills

The company is looking for individuals who want to contribute to our mission of establishing a secure and sustainable food system that promotes health and the environment in the UAE. If you are passionate about organic farming and want to be part of our dynamic team, please see our current opportunities and send your CV to

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If you want to work as a Tour Guides at Emirates Bio Farms, send your CV HERE

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