About Us

Navis and Revinate have joined forces, forming one of the largest and most innovative providers of direct revenue-generating solutions in the hospitality industry. Revinate's mission is to deliver hoteliers scalable direct revenue and profits from data-driven solutions that cultivate deeper relationships with guests. NAVIS' Direct Booking Platform helps capture, convert and retain guests with strategies and services that maximize direct booking revenue. This combination maximizes the lifetime value of each guest through personalized and targeted campaigns across the guest journey.

Role Overview

Revinate is looking for an experienced Infrastructure Leader to join our team. The Infrastructure Program Management function will organize and manage Infrastructure Operations and Service Management responsibilities under a single umbrella. The Infrastructure Program Manager, will manage, create and own these responsibilities. As our business, technology, people and processes mature, the Program Management functions will be evaluated for staffing and placement within an existing function or new function.

“Revinate and NAVIS join forces, creating a market leader in the hospitality industry” --- SAN FRANCISCO | JULY 26TH, 2021.

Revinate is a growing company and positioned to explode out of the pandemic fog.  Revinate has acquired Navis. It is an extremely exciting and opportune time to join the team. As the Infrastructure Program Manager, you will be responsible for integrating our Infrastructure Operations responsibilities. It is an opportunity to define operations for a rapidly expanding business and company. As the programs are merged and defined/redefined you will maintain the responsibilities and identify growth opportunities for Infrastructure Operations.

What You’ll Do

  • Infrastructure Operations
    • Change Management
    • Incident Management
    • Problem Management
    • Vendor Management
    • Contract Management
    • Business Continuity
    • Technology Finance Administration
  • Establish best practices Infrastructure Operations
  • Integration of Infrastructure Operations between Revinate and Navis
  • Communicate measurable data-driven results
  • Own Infrastructure Operations Roadmap
  • Partner with the Infrastructure, Engineering and the Revinate Leadership to drive the successful growth and maturity of Infrastructure Operations
  • Maintain Policies, Standards, and Procedures
  • Provide organized, clear, and consistent communication of Program Management function, projects, and general status

Position Location 

Remote US Based 

What You’ll Bring

  • Successful track record in installing Infrastructure Operations Business Processes
  • 8+ years of experience in Infrastructure
  • 4+ years of experience in a Program Management position
  • 2+ years of Infrastructure transformation experience including engagement with Executive Team members
  • Excellent written & verbal communications, problem-solving, leadership, and management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to influence and drive Infrastructure Operations through the Organization
  • Bachelor’s degree; or equivalent combination of education and experience

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Our Core Values

Customer Love -- When the customer wins, we win

One Tribe -- United and strong, on a single mission together

Speak the Truth -- Feedback is a gift - we all improve faster this way 

Make it Simpler -- Apply it to everything we do

Hungerness -- Feel it, follow it - be relentless about our success

NAVIS/Revinate is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)

 

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