About Travelport

Listen to our CEO explain our brand vision and how our platform facilitates travel commerce by connecting the world’s leading travel providers with online and offline travel buyers in a proprietary business-to-business (B2B) travel marketplace.

US Full-time and internship opportunities

Students and graduates who join Travelport are valued members of our team, directly contributing to products and to our business success. They work with our leading technologists and business people on our company’s most important projects, and our interns even get to present their work to Travelport’s Chief Information Officer and our technology leadership team. 

The majority of our student and graduate roles are related to technology development, in areas including (but not limited to): programming (C and C++, Prolog, Java, .Net, VB, database), information security, mathematics, data modeling, social and mobile computing, and program management.

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Software Developer

In this role, you may be responsible for producing clean, readable, structured code that is easily maintainable, provides desired functionality and adheres to code specification. Candidates should have the ability to recognize a problem, identify origin and modify source code to provide resolution. The right candidate will understand current software development strategies and technologies, and apply them to create innovative solutions.

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TPF Software Developer

In this role at Travelport, you will help us evolve and advance our industry with a single-minded aim – to create a more connected, more efficient and more profitable world for our customers. With a 40+ year history of both predicting and driving new innovation, we’re delivering against the unmet needs of our customers and the world’s travelers. In essence, you will help us redefine travel commerce. You will have a 12-week training course to learn the TPF software, then have the opportunity to develop, deploy and/or support commercial, customer-facing distributed or mainframe solutions.

UX Intern

Technical Business Analyst

In this role, you might be expected to liaise between the business community and the technical delivery teams to help define and document business needs and requirements to facilitate the creation of solutions; facilitation of solution delivery; and coordination of testing activities and user sign-off. The right candidate will be able to clearly communicate insights and findings with appropriate context to leadership and stakeholders.

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2017 Summer Intern

This 12-week, structured program gives you the chance to work on real projects and company products. You will be asked to apply your skills to real-life problems that matter to customers and advanced technology. You might be asked to maintain and support key applications, infrastructure and software, or ensure functional/technical designs meet business requirements.

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"The best thing about my internship experience was being able to work on so many different projects. My first project exposed me to business and data analysis, of which I was fairly unfamiliar at the beginning – but quickly learned! My second and third projects were a bit more familiar as they were more development-focused. I was able to apply some skills I have learned in school to new languages and frameworks that I had not previously seen. I am thankful that I was able to work on a wide range of projects to sharpen my skills in numerous areas."
Sophie , Kansas City, Summer intern 2016