Tim Collins, Uber’s head of global customer support operations, has left the company.
Business Insider has confirmed the departure with Uber.
According to Recode’s Johana Bhuiyan, Collins’ departure was first announced in an email sent out Monday to internal employees.
He will be replaced by Austin Geidt, the head of global expansion. Geidt is taking over customer support on an interim basis, and will not be dropping any other responsibilities, Uber said.
Collins left Amazon to joined Uber in January 2015. He was head of global customer support when nearly 6,000 email complaints were leaked four months ago with subject lines about sexual assault and rape.
“We thank Tim for his leadership in building out our global support teams and infrastructure,” Uber said in a statement.