JetBlue Jobs & Careers in Salt Lake City, UT

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2 days ago

Reservations Crew Trainee PT – new

JetBlue Salt Lake City, UT

• Answer calls regarding general information about airline travel on JetBlue Airways • Provide the JetBlue experience to every Customer, every… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Reservations Crew Trainee Bilingual – new

JetBlue Salt Lake City, UT

• Answer calls in Spanish and English regarding general information about airline travel on JetBlue Airways • Provide the JetBlue… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Reservations Crew Trainee – new

JetBlue Salt Lake City, UT

• Answer calls regarding general information about airline travel on JetBlue Airways • Provide the JetBlue experience to every Customer, every… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Reservations Crew Trainee Bilingual PT – new

JetBlue Salt Lake City, UT

• Answer calls in Spanish and English regarding general information about airline travel on JetBlue Airways • Provide the JetBlue… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Specialist Baggage Recovery Bilingual

JetBlue Salt Lake City, UT

• Negotiate with Customers and determines fair value of baggage claims as well as providing exceptional customer service… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Supervisor  in  Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Supervisor in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at JetBlue full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Personal Time off is very generous, work-life balance is great with many flexible options, some employees telecommute and it's an option for many. Executive leadership is very responsive.

    Cons

    A bit behind the times with some technology that would be helpful on the employee front, money appears to be spent on the customer experience rather than tools that make working there easier. Interesting internal mobility procedures can make it very difficult to move around if you do not work in a department that can be without you for an (often unspecified) period of time to "act" in a role.

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