I don't have extensive travel experience. Am I still eligible to apply?
Our customers have a high expectation that Corporate Traveller’s travel experts have good destination knowledge to help them with their enquiries. Because of this, travel experience is definitely advantageous however not always a necessity, depending on the role you’re applying for. We have had successful Business Development Managers in the past with strong sales skills, good academic results and a passion for travel, who have not travelled extensively.
I didn’t complete high school or I scored under 75% (or equivalent) for my high school graduating average. Will my application be unsuccessful?
We are always on the lookout for the brightest stars, so examples of academic excellence are important; however your application will be assessed on a number of criteria, not just your educational scores.
I don’t have any experience in corporate travel sales, can I still apply?
You won’t need prior corporate travel sales experience to apply with Corporate Traveller; however if you are applying for a Travel Manager role, you will need retail travel sales experience at a minimum.
I’m happy to work in a range of locations. Should I apply for all of the locations I’m interested in?
We have a centralised recruitment process, which means there’s no need for you to apply more than once. You will automatically be considered for any suitable vacancies in your area.
What travel opportunities are available for me when I join Corporate Traveller?
Throughout your time with Corporate Traveller, you’ll be given opportunities to travel through discounted travel fares, incentives, educational trips and conferences — just to name a few. Many of these opportunities are based on performance, so our highest achievers are often our most well-travelled!
How long until I hear back about my application?
Our recruiters are committed to responding to your application within five working days. Often they will send an email to your chosen email address, so remember to check your inbox and/or junk folder. If you haven’t heard back from us after this time, please contact your state's recruitment team.