Has the job search life got you down? Well, we’re here to turn that frown upside down because one of Australia’s best travel brands is hiring travel agents in Sydney’s eastern ‘burbs and the application process is a cinch (we’d even go as far to say it’s fun).
If you spend your days dreaming of gallivanting around the globe and have an itch to visit every nook and cranny of this planet we call home, then a job at Flight Centre is for you.
Not only were Flight Centre recognised as an Employer of Choice at The Australian Business Awards last year, they offer some of the best #workperks around, including famils (a fancy word for working holidays), the opportunity to attend their global ball each year which is usually in far flung destinations and features celebrity performances, "monthly buzz nights" where they put on a bar tab, feed you and celebrate your success, and the opportunity for endless internal promotions.
And the best bit is you don’t necessarily need to know everything there is to know about travel booking before getting your foot in the door, because you’ll get all of the on-the-job training you need to succeed with their four week in-house training program at the Sydney HQ.
Read On To Find Out How To Apply...
It’s as easy as posting your best travel snap to Facebook or Instagram, tagging #jointheflightie tribe and sharing a highlight from a trip you’ve taken. If your post is selected as one of the best you’ll be fast-tracked to a face-to-face interview, which you’ll surely nail because travel is your b*tch.
Once you join the Flightie tribe there are countless career opportunities at your fingers (it’s easy to see why it’s the most famous and successful travel agency in Australia), you’ll only want to leave to go on holiday, which they are in total support of (is this real life?!)
So what are you waiting for? Apply now or before 27 May to score a fast-track interview!
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