Building the HP Travel Program: Key Openings

HP has a long-time big league reputation in travel management circles.  Beyond size, it has leveraged some very bright minds to deliver advances in many aspects of managing corporate travel programs.  Good news for a few of you dear readers…for HP is hiring!

Jeff Kurn, one of HP’s travel management rock stars and good friend, is looking to fill these four spots on his new Travel Strategy and Consulting team.  All positions are virtual; no relo required.

Travel Business Consultant (684829): Provide trusted-advisor travel consulting to HP’s businesses and finance organizations.  The Business Consultant will need to present compelling action-oriented opportunities for reducing costs and increasing traveler productivity.

Travel Supplier Development Manager (684833): Develop and expand 360 degree relationships with HP’s travel suppliers and travel industry customers.  The Supplier Development Manager will utilize HP’s Tier 1 Supplier Development processes to design and implement increased savings, revenue enhancement and traveler productivity opportunities with our travel suppliers.

Travel Business Controls Manager (684831): Develop and support strong business controls across the global HP Travel organization.  The Business Controls manager will work with the travel agency, corporate card provider and other suppliers to ensure that all operations comply with HP’s business and financial controls.

Travel Business Intelligence Manager (684835): Build and maintain actionable industry intelligence and benchmarking reporting.  This business intelligence specialist will also support the requirements of the HP Travel procurement organization and HP Sales.

To find more information about these jobs and requirements, visit www.hp.com/go/jobs, click on “Search Jobs” and enter the job numbers listed above.  You can read more about the direction Jeff has in mind for his team here.

You can contact Jeff at jeff.kurn@hp.com.  If you do, be sure to say nice things about graduates of Central High.

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