This is the place to come for all the wanderlusty, career inspo, inspiring content that’ll make you hit that “apply” button faster than we can post our next story.
Or, you could be a distant admirer who one day hopes to have a career in travel, or already be in a role in one of FCTG’s brands.
Whoever you are, wherever you’re from: welcome.
Strong leadership is one of our key objectives at Flight Centre Travel Group. As an organisation, we recognise the importance of offering genuine opportunities for people to grow and evolve – and that starts at the top.
Jasmine Johnson joined Flight Centre Travel Group in 2012 and was promoted to Assistant Team Leader just six months later. Now she works as a Team Leader at a specialist First & Business store in Sydney. Here, Jasmine shares some of her favourite aspects of the job.
There’s a lot more to a great Flight Centre candidate than technical skills. We spoke with two of our recruitment specialists to get a glimpse into the company’s culture and what they look for in candidates.
The best kind of workplace isn’t just one that fits you as you currently are – it’s one that will continue to fit you as you grow, and support you as you do it.
Ever wondered why technology is key to customer success? Allen Liaw, Business Analyst Programmer, discusses his experience leveraging technology in his latest project at Flight Centre Travel Group.
A key part of Flight Centre’s success is our adaptability and tailored approach to our customers’ travel experience, for business or leisure. But what does this look like?
Aside from the scope of the role itself, one factor that significantly influences how employees feel about their job is their workplace environment. We spoke to Jo-Lene Lally about her journey from Services Manager to Commercial Analyst at Flight Centre Travel Group, and how working in a great environment has supported her career development.
Ever wondered how a passion for travel translates to a career path? We talked to Jack Stickley about what it’s like working at Flight Centre and his advice for people looking to start a career in travel.
The nature of conflict at work is twofold. When conflict occurs and is left unsorted, people will begin to disengage. On the other hand, in the right circumstances, team conflict can be healthy and lead to innovation.
So you’ve sent in your resume and applied for your dream job. Now what?
Professional development is paramount when you are looking to grow a career. Working for a company that is aware of this need is essential – it provides a space to continuously develop and learn within a supportive team environment.