Fancy a career in travel? Watch Jodi’s story
Jodi started at the Student Flights Woden store, Canberra in 2006. Since then she worked up to become a brand leader and has travelled the world visiting every single continent, and enjoyed tours through Egypt, Mongolia and even Antarctica, just to name a few.
Could you see yourself as a travel consultant for Student Flights?
To help us continue our success in being the Australia's leading youth and adventure travel agency, we're always keeping an eye out for people who love to travel. We offer some great opportunities and benefits, including:
- Full industry training;
- Fantastic earning potential;
- An extensive global career network;
- Free health and financial planning services;
- Travel benefits;
- And so much more!
For more information visit: http://www.studentflights.com.au/company/jobs/overview
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