Mission: We help connect over 1.5 billion people a year to local travel providers in over 190 countries. Our purpose is to shape the future of travel. We are passionate in our pursuit of better technology that makes better journeys.
Yesterday was World Children's Day and we shared some updates from Amadeus kids. Here's a selection of their views on travel #KidsTakeOverBusiness @ UNICEF http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQDBf
How the collection of aircraft data can be used to plan and reduce fuel consumption today.
At Amadeus our employees come from a variety of backgrounds and have a wide range of experience, but we share one goal. We are dedicated to creating the technology that makes travel better for everyone.
See what our people have to say:
To know more visit our careers site: www.amadeus.com/careers
As an intern, trainee or recent graduate at Amadeus, you’ll find yourself working at the heart of the travel technology industry from the very first day. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from the top minds in your field in one of our exciting entry-level jobs for students and graduates, honing the skills and developing the strengths that drive your professional life forward. At Amadeus, you’ll build a career that matters – a career that moves the world
We’re looking for talented, creative people to join our team and help create the technology that drives the global travel industry. So whether you’re an engineer, an IT developer, a coding expert or a data scientist, you’ll have plenty on your plate when you work at Amadeus, one of the 10 largest software companies in the world.
If you are looking for professional growth, you can advance your career by joining a leading technology company where your expertise can make a difference. Amadeus is the place to take your career even further.
Equality, diversity and inclusion are part of who we are. We work in an environment in which all employees feel valued, included and empowered. We are committed to equal opportunities and treatment regardless of age, ethnicity, beliefs, sexual orientation and disabilities.
Click here to know more about our diverse team.
We are looking for talented, creative people to join our team.
What to expect:
Our recruiters will review your application with the hiring line manager and will tell you about next steps.
Depending on the position, you might need to take a few assessment tests to make sure your skills and experience are a good match with role requirements. We’ll let you know as soon as a decision has been made.
I have been working at Amadeus full-time
- Good work/life balance
- Incredible knowledge base of employees
- Good benefits at reasonable costs
- Flexible management style
- Many US employees with 20+ years of service
- Free/subsidized snacks in the office
- Terrible onboarding process
- WAY too many logons to remember
- Too many cooks in the kitchen. When we have a conference call, there's maybe 2-3 client employees and 10+ Amadeus ones, it's ridiculous and leads to frustrated clients down the line.
- Very European-oriented company so the focus gets lost outside of that region, to an extent
Advice to Management
The world does not revolve around Nice, France. In order to be a global company you need show employees everywhere that you care about their well-being. We need simplification, we are craving it. Having a billion logons and being told time and again single sign on is not an option because it is not 'secure' is laughable. Top Fortune 500 companies have them and do just fine.
I applied online. I interviewed at Amadeus (Boston, MA) in November 2017.
Simple Coding challenge, mix of MCQ and algo questions. Followed by a Skype interview which is the most difficult part, not because of the questions but the attitude of the company.
Worst HR and interview experience yet.
Everything is your fault. Poor connection, interviewer being late or cancelling and not responding to mails for a week. No explanation, nothing. If you manage to clear the skype round, there's an onsite. Being the cheapest company ever, they'll try to fly you in and out on the same day even if you had a 6 hour flight. No lunch or bathroom break, dive into 4 rounds of back-to-back interviews. Simple stuff, OOPS, algos, design patterns. They care mostly about you memorising all design patterns. Prepare for behavioural questions too.
The office is in a remote location. You'll have to buy a car if you want to work here.
I wouldn't recommend working here.