TripActions is the fastest-growing corporate travel platform disrupting a $1.3T industry and shaping the future of business travel.

TripActions is a story of inspiration born of frustration. Road warriors and co-founders Ariel Cohen and Ilan Twig believed that companies deserved a travel solution that takes the pain out of work trips –– so that their travelers can focus on being productive and meeting in-person, not wasting valuable time booking travel. So in 2015, they created TripActions. TripActions’ platform offers a vast selection of inventory that travelers can choose from, a personalised, intuitive user interface driven by machine learning, and 24/7 proactive real human, customer support. Companies enjoy complete travel program visibility, over 30% cost savings on average and seamless integrations with their HR and expense systems.

Globally, TripActions has grown to over 400 employees across 7 offices in 4 countries. We support over 1,000 customers, with innovative brands like Lyft, Dropbox, Sara Lee Frozen Bakery, SurveyMonkey, Robinhood and the ACLU relying on TripActions for their business travel needs. As one of Silicon Valley’s newest “unicorns”, TripActions has a valuation north of $1B and a total of $232M in funding. We’ve recently received $154M in our Series C funding round –– led by new investor Andreessen Horowitz, with participation from repeat investors Lightspeed Venture Partners, Zeev Ventures and SGVC.

TripActions was recently ranked #3 in the U.S. for Happiest Employees by Comparably, reflecting our focus on company culture and our incredible team.  We’re on a mission to power the in-person connections that move people, ideas and businesses forward.

We’re redefining what it means to travel for work. Come help us build the future of business travel.



TripActions is looking for a Escalations Specialist to our Support team to provide unparalleled escalation support  for customer issues.You’ll be responsible for solving complex issues the TripActions way by helping all customers, travelers and admins in any high level customer issue. You posses innovative problem solving skills that will wow our customers and make sure both the customer and the company is taken care of.  In this role, you’ll work across the company–including extensive communication with the Customer Success Managers to provide elevated problem solving and create deep customer trust through to execution, and high level support coverage that will build brand equity and strong business results. Freeing our success team up to sell and enhance our relationship with our customers.

The ideal candidate is a highly-motivated self-starter with a demonstrated customer success for creative and innovative thinking and problem solving. You have strong vendor relationships in travel and have demonstrated experience successfully making customers believe in TripActions service. You have a strong customer facing service acumen and you’re comfortable working with all levels of customers  and work effectively across teams to build long lasting service relationships.


  • Respond to support inquiries and requests via telephone, email, and chat in a timely fashion in Zendesk or immediately as required by customer
  • Research issues, find root cause and document product issues via Jira as necessary to fix issues
  • Document all enquiries, requests, resolutions, and follow-up tasks
  • Escalate enquiries and requests as necessary to the appropriate department or person following outlined guidelines ie. final resolution documentation to all involved in customer management.
  • Display a courteous and empathetic attitude to all customers, finding mutual resolution while providing excellent service
  • Gain renewed trust with existing customer accounts through exceptional customer service and effective resolution techniques
  • Meet SLA performance metrics as outlined (TBD) and communicate timeline to customer
  • Assist Tier 1 and Tier 2 support agents as needed to resolve issues
  • Comfortable working in a high volume role
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritise tasks and manage time efficiently
  • Provide the best in class service mirroring our brand reputation


  • 3+ years customer facing escalation experience at a travel company/or top travel brand that solves customer issues to increase satisfaction and sales. Airline and hotel experience preferred
  • Scrappy self-starter problem solver: High volume of work and on call customer conversations when necessary
  • Demonstrated success in gaining the relationships of C-Suite customers and frequent traveling employees.
  • Sincere care in taking care of customer issues and building relationships.
  • Ability to delivery final resolution when the outcome may not be as expected in a professional and empathetic manner.
  • Solve complex issues and create long term trust in our brand.
  • Work with management as necessary and solve complex issues with them.
  • Collaborative mindset. You thrive in cross-functional environments and have worked with customer success, leadership, product, sales to make customers issues turn to opportunity.
  • Self-starter with a mentality to think of ways to solve complex problems for experimentation and think of ways to negotiate on behalf of the customer and company. You’re always looking for ways to do your job better and you never wait to be told what to do. When you see an opportunity, you jump on it. You want to help others
  • A positive attitude: You’re a team player and you’re resilient in the face of challenges.You make our customers believe in our support and how we solve issues when they arise.
  • Strong organisational skills with ability to effectively prioritise multi customer issues that may be pending.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • An undeniable passion for travel and customer resolutions.

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