Hotwire Jobs & Careers in San Francisco, CA

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5 days ago

Sr. Manager, Hotel Revenue Management

Hotwire San Francisco, CA

Sr. Manager, Hotel Revenue Management. The Revenue Optimization team at Hotwire is a strategic group responsible for identifying and driving… Hotwire


4 days ago

Lead Product Analyst

Hotwire San Francisco, CA

Strong partnership with suppliers is Hotwire's competitive advantage, and we are looking for a thought leader and action owner in product analytics… Hotwire


4 days ago

Hotel Operations Associate

Hotwire San Francisco, CA

Support Global Accounts Team initiatives and ongoing operations Maintain and manage hotel and account data and settings, regularly perform large data… Hotwire


5 hrs ago

Executive Assistant – new

Hotwire San Francisco, CA

The Hotwire Group is a big travel business ($2B+ in bookings) that still feels like a small and nimble one. We're over 300 people, primarily in the… Hotwire


4 days ago

Senior Engineering Manager

Hotwire San Francisco, CA

We're looking for a senior engineering manager who knows that there's a human element in engineering, whether it's in our collaboration with… Hotwire


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Hotwire President Henrik Kjellberg
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    Was great, now not so much

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Hotwire full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    When I joined Hotwire it was a great place:
    -Great coworkers
    -Relaxed environment
    -Interesting assignments
    -Real passion for the travel industry

    Cons

    When the company started going through tough times, there was a complete leadership and culture change (all for the worse). It became a cut-throat, knee-jerk, top-down mess. Almost everyone fled. It's sadly now a very negative place to work.
    Too boot, the company never paid well, but made up for it (somewhat) with the culture….so clearly now the pay seems even worse

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO