At Flight Centre Travel Group our purpose is to 'open up the world for those who want to see'. Every day, we give people all around the world the opportunity to experience something really amazing – travel!
The End User Compute Engineer (EUC) role is crucial to the build and support of End User Compute services across Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) within Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG). The EUC Engineer keeps up to date with the latest developments and trends in the industry and reports to the Engineering Lead for End User Compute.
The role will include a mix of responsibilities between general BAU support as well as providing expert knowledge and experience on small to large projects across the EUC pillar. If you have specialised knowledge in EUC technologies and enjoy solving problems, please apply!
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Let's skip to the good part:
Who we are:
Proud to be part of the Flight Centre family - We do things a little differently around here. We do things the FCTG Way. Our mission is to dominate the SME market, making the end-to-end travel experience faster, simpler and easier for our customers and to demonstrate ongoing value to decision makers, travellers and bookers.
We have a unique culture and an irreverent DNA based on a proven mix of ideas, values, and ways of working that have helped shape our business over the past 40+ years.
Across our brand, we take our business seriously but not ourselves. We take leaps of faith, have trust in our teams and work collaboratively and take ownership of our business to achieve our goals.
Our spirit of egalitarianism, irreverence and ownership defines the way we behave. These are the three shared values that we place above all others. They help us make informed decisions and solidify our company culture. That’s the FCTG Way
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