Travelzoo® offers outstanding Internet media careers across four continents
More than just a job and a paycheck, every career at Travelzoo is an experience.
Whether it's Vice President of Marketing at our Madison Avenue Headquarters, General
Manager of China based in Shanghai or Website Editor in London, we offer exciting,
entrepreneurial and international Internet media careers for gifted, motivated and
exceptionally well-trained individuals.
A High-Growth Internet Media Business
Travelzoo Inc. (NASDAQ: TZOO) is a profitable, high-growth, Internet media business with
annualized revenues of $148 million and more than a decade of market leadership in deals
publishing. Every week, we engage with an audience of 28 million
members worldwide. We know exactly where we are going and we sail on an even keel.
Small World, Big Opportunities
With 25 offices around the world,
we encourage global careers and our staff is encouraged to explore the world. Our employees
around the world work as a team whether they speak in English, French, German, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish... you name it!
Our offices have some of the best addresses in the world, including Madison Avenue in New York and Shaftesbury Avenue in London.
Can-Do Entrepreneurial Culture
In the past decade, we have launched more than 15 new businesses and products, including
the Travelzoo Top 20®, Travelzoo
Entertainment Deals, international markets such as the UK, Germany and China, and Travelzoo Local
Deals. Our fast-paced,
can-do attitude pushes our careers and our business success to the limit.
We provide outstanding benefits, training programs and travel opportunities. Our favorite benefit is the "Travelzoo Experience", a program that offers staff the opportunity to travel and test on deals we publish and report back on their adventure and experience.
When you apply for a role at Travelzoo, your application is sent to our Human Resources group for initial review.
We receive more than 200 applications every day, candidates who fit our criteria are recommended for an interview with
the hiring manager. Candidates can expect one to three interviews, first by telephone, then in person. Successful
candidates will receive an offer after the final interview.