OpenTable Jobs & Careers in San Francisco, CA

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10 days ago

Senior Software Engineer

OpenTable San Francisco, CA

We like to have fun. Departments take turns planning themed company-wide happy hours with food and drinks. FIFA World Cup was an international… OpenTable

8 days ago

Manager, Business Development

OpenTable San Francisco, CA

The Business Development Manager will work closely with cross-functional leaders in product, marketing, and finance, as well as with our partners… OpenTable

10 days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Android

OpenTable San Francisco, CA

You will be a member of the Cylons team, a small team focused on the android platform on a quest to be a featured app in The Google Play store. We… OpenTable

9 days ago

Product Manager - Restaurant Products

OpenTable San Francisco, CA

You’re energetic and enthusiastic about working with teams, and delivering great products. You bring experience in product discovery, and a… OpenTable

4 hrs ago

Marketing Specialist, Paid Search – new

OpenTable San Francisco, CA

• Perform day-to-day management and execution of paid search… OpenTable

10 days ago

SEO Marketing Specialist

OpenTable San Francisco, CA

As SEO Marketing Specialist, you will play an integral role in OpenTable’s growing SEO team tasked with increasing global organic traffic and… OpenTable

2 days ago

Agile Delivery Manager / Scrum Master – new

OpenTable San Francisco, CA

The ideal candidate is an experienced agile practitioner who embodies servant leadership is an excellent communicator, is metrics-driven, and is… OpenTable

1 day ago

Experience Designer – new

OpenTable San Francisco, CA

Experience Designers at OpenTable are exceptional visual designers for web and mobile products and understand that the behavior of products and… OpenTable

10 days ago

Salesforce QA Automation Engineer

OpenTable San Francisco, CA

Our Salesforce QA testing is not currently automated, but we’d like to get there. We need someone who has done automated testing of Salesforce and… OpenTable

10 days ago

Senior Manager, Public Relations

OpenTable San Francisco, CA

• Advise and assist in developing communications in response to media inquiries. • Manage communications calendar and coordinate… OpenTable

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    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at OpenTable full-time (more than 5 years)


    We built OpenTable into what it became. We, being a team of Engineers, Designers, Product Managers, Sales, Support Staff, Office Staff, etc. We loved the company and did our best to make it successful. That was an incredible team that succeeded in a major way. We were so proud when the company went public and watched the stock soar. It was sweet.


    Something happened a couple years ago where the old guard was summarily dismissed, or encouraged to move on by treating good people badly. Stress, bickering, and managers yelling at employees in public increased, and people fled. The new engineering regime brought over their dozen or so cronies and even set them up with their own office in Southern California, away from the mother ship in San Francisco. Rather than learn about the existing culture at OpenTable, they imposed their own set of rules, values and skewed militaristic sense of what makes a good team. The engineering team was constantly reminded that the company was moving fast, and to keep up or get left behind. Older workers were jettisoned for younger workers, a clear sign of ageism.

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    You brought in new culture, and a new fancy office space all while destroying the old. So many loyal long time employees have left and are continuing to leave, and the feeling of pride we all had is slowly evaporating. What people tend to forget or ignore is that a dead fish rots from the head down.

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