MTS has all free content, all the time. Find out how YOU can help to keep it running. Tell me how...

Tourism Career

by jheyjuneice Posted 25th May 2021 at 9:27 PM
79 Thanks  Thanks     18 Favourited
Hello! 
For the longest time I've wanted a career for Travel and Tourism so I finally made one! This career has three branches: Travel Agent, Leisure Activity Coordinator and Tour Operations

Description
Helping sims all over the world to enhance their lives, tourism provides unique experiences for sims; generating revenue for the location and providing sims with new memories. Jump into the growing world of tourism and become an agent in providing incredible experiences to sims everywhere. 

Career Details
All levels and branches.
Main Branch
Level 1 - Trainee
Level 2 - Package Sales
Level 3 - Information Centre Employee

Branch 1 - Leisure Activity Coordinator
Level 1 - Resort Information Desk
Level 2 - Resort Coordinator
Level 3- Sport Activity Manager
Level 4 - Leisure Activity Coordinator
Level 5 - Leisure Activity Manager

Branch 2 - Tour Operations
Level 1 - Local Tour Guide
Level 2 - Tour Manager
Level 3 - Regional Tour Guide
Level 4 - International Tour Operator

Branch 3 - Travel Agent
Level 1 - Beginner Travel Agent
Level 2 - Expert Travel Agent
Level 3 - Leisure Travel Agent
Level 4 - Corporate Travel Agent
Level 5 - Travel Agency Manager


Translations are welcome. 

Thanks to Zerbu's Mod Constructor. 

Archive: TourismCareer.rar
File: TourismCareer.package
Track: Tourism
Helping sims all over the world to enhance their lives, tourism provides unique experiences for sims; generating revenue for the location and providing sims with new memories. Jump into the growing world of tourism and become an agent in providing incredible experiences to sims everywhere. (3 levels)
Level 1: Trainee
Description:
To introduce you to the world of Tourism and how to start, you are a Trainee. You don't have much responsibility right now and you're just learning the ropes but soon you'll be able to move on and start selling packages. For now, you're mainly sharpening pencils and watching your coworkers. At least you have some time to read company manuals to gain some knowledge.
Information: Days: Mon, Wed, Thu — Hours: 8:00 - 14:00 (6 hours) — Salary: ﹩15
Level 2: Package Sales
Description:
You've completed training and now you have your own desk! You'll be contacting sims and selling tourist packages to them. It's great that you're finally doing work but you can't help but feel you're just a fancy cold caller.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 9:00 - 16:00 (7 hours) — Salary: ﹩20
Level 3: Information Centre Employee
Description:
Stationed in an Information Centre, you now give information to visitors about transport, tourist attractions and local services and activities. You'll need to be even better at speaking and connecting with people as you'll be dealing with many different personalities all day. It's a step up from working in the office but now you're on your feet all day so hitting the gym may help.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 9:00 - 16:00 (7 hours) — Salary: ﹩29
Track: Leisure Activity Coordinator
Forget airlines and tacky attractions, leisure is where it's at! Work with spas, hotels and gyms to plan, coordinate and develop leisuirely activities, outings and events. You'll cover staffing and implementation. Perfect for type A sims who love to plan and organise while reaping the benefits. (5 levels)
Level 1: Resort Information Desk
Description:
You've moved into the world of hotels and now you're stationed at the front desk of a swanky resort. This is a far cry from selling packages over the phone as now you're dealing with people face to face. You've done extensive research on all that the resort has to offer and your job is to simply relay this information to any guest who asks. Sure you're just a glorified receptionist but the job is pretty easy going.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩35
Level 2: Resort Coordinator
Description:
No longer standing stationary at a desk, you get to move around a bit more as you're now responsible for coordinating the said acitivites you previously just regurgitated information about. Now you're in charge of getting these activities together. With longer hours and not that much higher pay, you have your work cut out for you.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩40
Level 3: Sport Activity Manager
Description:
It's goodbye evening cheese tastings and hello sports! Hotels, gym and rec centers alike are all clammering to hire you to organise their sport activities and programs. From corporate Team Days to local events, you're the one in charge of planning and organising them all. You've got to be good with people, even more knowledgeable and it wouldn't hurt to get involved in a few of them. You know, for research.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 17:00 (9 hours) — Salary: ﹩51
Level 4: Leisure Activity Coordinator
Description:
Sports wasd great but it was far too niche. You want to expand your market, you want to plan it all. Stepping away from the small world of sports you're now a Leisure Activity Coordinator coordinating a much wider range of activities and events. You work closesly with an arsenal of hotels, spas and coporates. Your hours are super long and you're on your feet a lot but your expertise is also expanding.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat — Hours: 10:00 - 19:00 (9 hours) — Salary: ﹩64
Level 5: Leisure Activity Manager
Description:
Instead of doing all the coordinating, now you manage the coordinators! You're the boss and you get to send others to do most of the work and execution for you. You spend your time listening to ideas, coordinating schedules and keeping up the management of contracts with locations all from the security of your desk in your own office.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩77
Track: Tour Operations
Tour Operators control, book and devise the entire trip. Combining many different elements together they create the packages that are sold by themselves and Travel Agents on to customers. (4 levels)
Level 1: Local Tour Guide
Description:
Working within your local area, you work as a tour guide selling and intiating tour packages for native and toursist sims alike. You work in your home region so you're well aware of what you're talking about. You need to be good with speaking with people and it helps to make some jokes every now and again to keep the crowd entertained. At least you get to meet a lot of people.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 10:00 - 21:00 (11 hours) — Salary: ﹩25
Level 2: Tour Manager
Description:
No longer just the guide, you now manage the tours in your local area. You have a hand in creating the tour packages now. You're less on the field and need to do some research and a lot more organisation and planning. This job involves a lot of researching and careful construction of the packages plus you also have to sell the packages on still but at least you get to be in charge of the newer tour guides. While your hours haven't exactly reduced much, at least you have Sundays off.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 9:00 - 19:00 (10 hours) — Salary: ﹩38
Level 3: Regional Tour Guide
Description:
Away from your hum-drum local area, you're now regional! This means more attractions and locations that you need to have the knowledge for under your belt. You'll be speaking to bigger crowds which means a bigger bravado, more confidence and even more jokes! You get to work less as there's more guides around and now you get to wear a cool hat and fanny pack!
Information: Days: Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 8:00 - 17:00 (9 hours) — Salary: ﹩45
Level 4: International Tour Operator
Description:
Forget regional, you're international now, baby! With ever mounting responsibilities, you are no longer on the ground giving out tours with the same script over and over. Instead, you're now responsible for planning and organising tours from all over the world! Your knowledge is extensive and you have multitudes of tour guides working under you. You're the boss, now.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 10:00 - 18:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩59
Track: Travel Agent
Travel agents sort through vast amounts of information to find the best possible trip arrangements for travelers. Travel agents also may visit destinations to get firsthand experience so that they can make recommendations to clients or colleagues. Most of their time is spent talking with clients, promoting tours, and contacting airlines and hotels to make travel accommodations. (5 levels)
Level 1: Beginner Travel Agent
Description:
You've got your brand new suit and you're ready to start your career as a Travel Agent! Booking flights and liasing with hotels describes your main duties. Optional duties include chatting with coworkers over coffee and making paper airplanes.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩36
Level 2: Expert Travel Agent
Description:
You know the stark difference between Simla Airlines and Parasim Airways. You know which hotels give seasonal bonuses and include a little mint on the pillow. Simply put, your expertise has grown and with it comes a bigger paycheck and more work but you have more independency. You also get to travel around a lot for free! You have to give up Saturdays and work longer but it's well worth it.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 8:00 - 17:00 (9 hours) — Salary: ﹩43
Level 3: Leisure Travel Agent
Description:
Veering your career in a slightly more different direction, you now focus exclusively on Leisure. You see yourself dealing with a lot of honeymoons, family trips and retirement cruises but also see the occasional destination wedding or solo backpacking adventure. Your aresenal has also expanded so you'll have to do more research to keep up.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 10:00 - 19:00 (9 hours) — Salary: ﹩50
Level 4: Corporate Travel Agent
Description:
Maybe it was the great salary bump or your growing exhaustion of having to plan the 1000th bachelor party camping trip but you made the switch over to Corporate. Sure you feel like some sort of capitalist shill but the benefits are just so good! Your job now focuses on destination seminars, meetings and team days. You no longer get a 3-day weekend and the hours are longer but at least the money is nice
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 18:00 (10 hours) — Salary: ﹩65
Level 5: Travel Agency Manager
Description:
You now own your own travel agency! As the head of the company, you no longer have to work so hard on the field and instead spend more time managing. The pay is great though the hours still aren't as free. You spend your days making deals with airlines, hotels and attractions, renewing contracts and operating your headquarters. Bonus is no more Mondays! From your great relationship with airlines and hotels you enjoy free stays and flights often.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩82

Interactions: (2)

Go to Work
Take Vacation Day (Tourism)


Download files

Filename Size Downloads Date
TourismCareer.rar

Size: 670.4 KB · Downloads: 6,617 · 25th May 2021
670.4 KB 6,617 25th May 2021

Key: - File was updated after upload was posted
Tip: You can click the magnifying glass to see the archive contents

Need help with downloading or installing content? Click here!
Archive: TourismCareer.rar
File: TourismCareer.package
Track: Tourism
Helping sims all over the world to enhance their lives, tourism provides unique experiences for sims; generating revenue for the location and providing sims with new memories. Jump into the growing world of tourism and become an agent in providing incredible experiences to sims everywhere. (3 levels)
Level 1: Trainee
Description:
To introduce you to the world of Tourism and how to start, you are a Trainee. You don't have much responsibility right now and you're just learning the ropes but soon you'll be able to move on and start selling packages. For now, you're mainly sharpening pencils and watching your coworkers. At least you have some time to read company manuals to gain some knowledge.
Information: Days: Mon, Wed, Thu — Hours: 8:00 - 14:00 (6 hours) — Salary: ﹩15
Level 2: Package Sales
Description:
You've completed training and now you have your own desk! You'll be contacting sims and selling tourist packages to them. It's great that you're finally doing work but you can't help but feel you're just a fancy cold caller.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 9:00 - 16:00 (7 hours) — Salary: ﹩20
Level 3: Information Centre Employee
Description:
Stationed in an Information Centre, you now give information to visitors about transport, tourist attractions and local services and activities. You'll need to be even better at speaking and connecting with people as you'll be dealing with many different personalities all day. It's a step up from working in the office but now you're on your feet all day so hitting the gym may help.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 9:00 - 16:00 (7 hours) — Salary: ﹩29
Track: Leisure Activity Coordinator
Forget airlines and tacky attractions, leisure is where it's at! Work with spas, hotels and gyms to plan, coordinate and develop leisuirely activities, outings and events. You'll cover staffing and implementation. Perfect for type A sims who love to plan and organise while reaping the benefits. (5 levels)
Level 1: Resort Information Desk
Description:
You've moved into the world of hotels and now you're stationed at the front desk of a swanky resort. This is a far cry from selling packages over the phone as now you're dealing with people face to face. You've done extensive research on all that the resort has to offer and your job is to simply relay this information to any guest who asks. Sure you're just a glorified receptionist but the job is pretty easy going.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩35
Level 2: Resort Coordinator
Description:
No longer standing stationary at a desk, you get to move around a bit more as you're now responsible for coordinating the said acitivites you previously just regurgitated information about. Now you're in charge of getting these activities together. With longer hours and not that much higher pay, you have your work cut out for you.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩40
Level 3: Sport Activity Manager
Description:
It's goodbye evening cheese tastings and hello sports! Hotels, gym and rec centers alike are all clammering to hire you to organise their sport activities and programs. From corporate Team Days to local events, you're the one in charge of planning and organising them all. You've got to be good with people, even more knowledgeable and it wouldn't hurt to get involved in a few of them. You know, for research.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 17:00 (9 hours) — Salary: ﹩51
Level 4: Leisure Activity Coordinator
Description:
Sports wasd great but it was far too niche. You want to expand your market, you want to plan it all. Stepping away from the small world of sports you're now a Leisure Activity Coordinator coordinating a much wider range of activities and events. You work closesly with an arsenal of hotels, spas and coporates. Your hours are super long and you're on your feet a lot but your expertise is also expanding.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat — Hours: 10:00 - 19:00 (9 hours) — Salary: ﹩64
Level 5: Leisure Activity Manager
Description:
Instead of doing all the coordinating, now you manage the coordinators! You're the boss and you get to send others to do most of the work and execution for you. You spend your time listening to ideas, coordinating schedules and keeping up the management of contracts with locations all from the security of your desk in your own office.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩77
Track: Tour Operations
Tour Operators control, book and devise the entire trip. Combining many different elements together they create the packages that are sold by themselves and Travel Agents on to customers. (4 levels)
Level 1: Local Tour Guide
Description:
Working within your local area, you work as a tour guide selling and intiating tour packages for native and toursist sims alike. You work in your home region so you're well aware of what you're talking about. You need to be good with speaking with people and it helps to make some jokes every now and again to keep the crowd entertained. At least you get to meet a lot of people.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 10:00 - 21:00 (11 hours) — Salary: ﹩25
Level 2: Tour Manager
Description:
No longer just the guide, you now manage the tours in your local area. You have a hand in creating the tour packages now. You're less on the field and need to do some research and a lot more organisation and planning. This job involves a lot of researching and careful construction of the packages plus you also have to sell the packages on still but at least you get to be in charge of the newer tour guides. While your hours haven't exactly reduced much, at least you have Sundays off.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 9:00 - 19:00 (10 hours) — Salary: ﹩38
Level 3: Regional Tour Guide
Description:
Away from your hum-drum local area, you're now regional! This means more attractions and locations that you need to have the knowledge for under your belt. You'll be speaking to bigger crowds which means a bigger bravado, more confidence and even more jokes! You get to work less as there's more guides around and now you get to wear a cool hat and fanny pack!
Information: Days: Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 8:00 - 17:00 (9 hours) — Salary: ﹩45
Level 4: International Tour Operator
Description:
Forget regional, you're international now, baby! With ever mounting responsibilities, you are no longer on the ground giving out tours with the same script over and over. Instead, you're now responsible for planning and organising tours from all over the world! Your knowledge is extensive and you have multitudes of tour guides working under you. You're the boss, now.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 10:00 - 18:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩59
Track: Travel Agent
Travel agents sort through vast amounts of information to find the best possible trip arrangements for travelers. Travel agents also may visit destinations to get firsthand experience so that they can make recommendations to clients or colleagues. Most of their time is spent talking with clients, promoting tours, and contacting airlines and hotels to make travel accommodations. (5 levels)
Level 1: Beginner Travel Agent
Description:
You've got your brand new suit and you're ready to start your career as a Travel Agent! Booking flights and liasing with hotels describes your main duties. Optional duties include chatting with coworkers over coffee and making paper airplanes.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩36
Level 2: Expert Travel Agent
Description:
You know the stark difference between Simla Airlines and Parasim Airways. You know which hotels give seasonal bonuses and include a little mint on the pillow. Simply put, your expertise has grown and with it comes a bigger paycheck and more work but you have more independency. You also get to travel around a lot for free! You have to give up Saturdays and work longer but it's well worth it.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 8:00 - 17:00 (9 hours) — Salary: ﹩43
Level 3: Leisure Travel Agent
Description:
Veering your career in a slightly more different direction, you now focus exclusively on Leisure. You see yourself dealing with a lot of honeymoons, family trips and retirement cruises but also see the occasional destination wedding or solo backpacking adventure. Your aresenal has also expanded so you'll have to do more research to keep up.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 10:00 - 19:00 (9 hours) — Salary: ﹩50
Level 4: Corporate Travel Agent
Description:
Maybe it was the great salary bump or your growing exhaustion of having to plan the 1000th bachelor party camping trip but you made the switch over to Corporate. Sure you feel like some sort of capitalist shill but the benefits are just so good! Your job now focuses on destination seminars, meetings and team days. You no longer get a 3-day weekend and the hours are longer but at least the money is nice
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 18:00 (10 hours) — Salary: ﹩65
Level 5: Travel Agency Manager
Description:
You now own your own travel agency! As the head of the company, you no longer have to work so hard on the field and instead spend more time managing. The pay is great though the hours still aren't as free. You spend your days making deals with airlines, hotels and attractions, renewing contracts and operating your headquarters. Bonus is no more Mondays! From your great relationship with airlines and hotels you enjoy free stays and flights often.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 9:00 - 17:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩82

Interactions: (2)

Go to Work
Take Vacation Day (Tourism)
 
2 Comments / Replies (Who?)

Expansion/Stuff packs required:
Sims 4

2 Comments / replies (Who?)

6,629 Downloads

10,562 Views

Age: Adult Elder
Career Type: Realistic
Chance cards: None

Tags: #career, #tourism