Launched in 2002 as Expedia Corporate Travel, Egencia has become the fifth largest travel management company in the world because of our commitment to delivering a higher standard of corporate travel service and innovative technology. Our success is directly attributed to our customers' ability to move their businesses ahead, through their valued relationships with our company and more importantly, with our people. Lead by an experienced, forward-thinking management team, Egencia has continued to expand its offering of intuitive on-line tools and comprehensive agency services while maintaining its reputation for superior customer service.
We are seeking a Software Development Engineer to join our team of experienced software developers. Responsibilities span web development and backend travel services as well as multiple languages including Java, C++, and .NET. We are looking for someone who can demonstrate their deep technical knowledge, real passion for solving real-world business problems and dedication to innovative thinking to ensure Egencia continues to be the technology leader in the corporate travel space.
The position requires an understanding of the technical concepts of Egencia's global systems as well as the larger ecosystem of Expedia Inc. systems that we are a part of and interact with.
Who are we: ?
We believe in being Different. We seek new ideas, different ways of thinking, diverse backgrounds and approaches, because averages can lie and sameness is dangerous. Because of this belief, our norms aren't rules or universal at all corners of our company. But they are important to our identity and how we work together. Like our company, these norms will evolve.
We are Transparent. We communicate openly and honestly, at all levels, upwards, sideways and downwards. We surface difficult issues quickly, we act,?we learn.
We organize for Speed. We seek to gather data as fast as possible, and move. Speed allows us to make mistakes and constantly improve.
We believe in the?Scientific Method. Everyone’s ideas are equal in the face of hard data. We use data to guide but not define our actions.