Airbnb Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Android

Airbnb San Francisco, CA

Not only is mobile quickly becoming the preferred means to book travel, but mobile uniquely enables our hosts to be responsive and connects our… Airbnb

30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Full Stack

Airbnb San Francisco, CA

• We created Neighborhoods, a product that answers the question of which parts of a city have desirable Airbnb listings for you. We built systems… Airbnb

30+ days ago

Data Scientist - Expert

Airbnb San Francisco, CA

Our team has grown quickly over the last few years, and is poised for even faster growth in 2015. We're looking for proven experts in Data Science to… Airbnb

30+ days ago

Creative Recruiting Lead

Airbnb San Francisco, CA

• Own and implement innovative recruiting strategies that result in exceeding hiring goals for product, graphic and brand design teams • Partner… Airbnb

30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Growth

Airbnb San Francisco, CA

• Amplifying natural behaviors such as sharing and word of mouth between users. For example, we built Airbnb's referrals program. • Email - we'd… Airbnb

30+ days ago

Sales Manager, Business Travel

Airbnb San Francisco, CA

Airbnb is putting together a business development team to further the Airbnb mission of providing inspiring travel experiences for our hosts and… Airbnb

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Airbnb CEO & Co-Founder Brian Chesky
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  • A great adventure

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    Current Employee - Product in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Product in San Francisco, CA
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    I have been working at Airbnb full-time (More than 3 years)


    People, people, people, people Strong, warm, family feeling among the team Focus on balance (has gotten better over time) Getting better at becoming a grown-up company without feeling too corporate


    Performance reviews, compensation changes, and anything HR can take a while

    Advice to Management

    If we have to be "corporate", let's do it in the least corporate way possible. Keep listening to feedback and acting on it quickly. Do crazy things but don't be crazy.

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