Summertime and the living is…easy? Not so much for those of us in the midst of peak season, or prepping for it (…Q4 is coming).
But if you’re looking to maintain more of a year-round vacation state-of-mind, we’ve put together this list of travel companies hiring for roles in A/B testing, analytics and personalization.
Hotwire – Analytics Manager
Hotwire is looking for an experienced analytics professional to join their marketing team and lead analytics on various aspects of marketing testing.
This role will be responsible for business monitoring, optimization, producing in-depth reporting that suggest strategic and operational changes to Hotwire’s marketing portfolio and identifying and driving significant revenue growth. They’re looking for someone who’s intellectually curious, independent, highly analytic, and find problem-solving exhilarating. Apply here.
Airbnb – Product Manager, Search Intelligence
Airbnb’s Trip Platform Search team helps users find the best inventory and content for their needs, and is responsible for creating a cohesive strategy for search across all of their busines units.
This role will be responsible for surfacing highly relevant and personalized results to each user. You will work with machine learning experts on the team to build ranking systems that surface the right content and inventory to meet user and business needs.
This role is highly visible and requires you to work closely with cross-functional teams across Airbnb to identify key opportunities, create a compelling vision for the next generation ranking and promotion system, define success criteria, drive alignment, manage roadmap and ship products. Sound like fun? Apply on their website.
Trip Advisor – VP of Product, CoreX
TripAdvisor is looking for a transformative executive leader to join the team and pave the way for consumer product at TripAdvisor.
As the VP of Product, this role will be responsible for defining and communicating the product vision for Core Experience, which sounds like their consumer-facing product, but tbh I’m a little unclear.
Anyways, they’re looking for someone to inspire, lead and continue to build the company’s global product team. That sounds pretty awesome. Read more and apply here.
Trip Advisor is also looking for a Product Manager – Location Discovery, Hotels
In this role, you’d play an instrumental part in defining and implementing a test roadmap for helping travelers find and book a great hotel at the right price. The company purports an “optimization sandbox that is second to none,” which sounds like there’s a lot of fun opportunities. Apply here.
EF Tours – Growth Campaign Manager
EF Educational Tours is looking for a Growth Campaign Manager to help drive the daily operations and performance of their ongoing marketing efforts.
This role is based in Boston and reports to the Web Product Manager. They’re specifically looking for someone with 2-3 years of experience crafting, executing, and reporting on A/B and multivariate experiments, among other things. This sounds like the perfect opportunity for a more junior-level professional. Here’s the link to apply.
Priceline – Product Designer – Hotels
Priceline is looking for a product designer to join their hotel business unit. This role will be charged with creating well-architected, usable, and intuitive product experiences, gathering and prioritizing goals and requirements from various stakeholders, formulating design solutions based on quantitative and qualitative data, and keeping abreast of sprint schedules in order to deliver assets on time.
Sounds like a lot, but I’m sure one of y’all is up for the challenge. Apply here.
Expedia – Senior Product Manager, Global Hotel
Expedia is looking for someone with a strategic perspective, a passionate voice, and an ability to prioritize and execute on a fast-moving set of product priorities, competitive pressures and market opportunities to join their global hotel team.
In this role, you’ll lead global hotel product features and initiatives by having a deep understanding of customer and supply team needs in the Americas, EMEA and APAC. You’ll also own the roadmap, product scenarios, user stories, and backlog for their hotel products. There’s a lot more detail in the job description. Read more here.
Alaska Airlines – A/B Testing & Statistical Analyst
Alaska Airlines is hiring an A/B Testing & Statistical Analyst. They’re looking for someone who’s an expert in A/B testing and optimization for an e-commerce website, mobile and kiosk
In this role, you will manage and run Alaska Airline’s A/B testing program for e-commerce, collaborating with a bunch of different business units. If working on high-impact A/B and MVT testing and optimization and providing decision support, project and ROI validation and valuable insights sound like your jam, then apply here.
Vail Resorts – A/B Testing Manager
Admit it. You saw this role and immediately had the thought “I wonder what it would be like to live and work in Vail, Colorado.”
Well, now you don’t have to wonder.
Vail Resorts is hiring a Digital Optimization Manager. This role will be responsible for creating and managing the testing roadmap to delivers on the resorts’ strategic priorities, design and execute website tests, and partnering with marketing analytics to communicate actionable insights on consumer behavior. Also unconfirmed, but I bet this job comes with some nice ski-themed perks, too. Apply here.