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4 days ago

PRO Team - Analytics Project Manager

Uber San Francisco, CA

Think beyond simply organizing, processing, and delegating inbound: how can we scale the Ops teams biggest analytical… Experteer

21 days ago

Brand Designer

Uber San Francisco, CA

We are highly user-centric and we deeply believe we can innovate our way out of any box. The role demands great execution, bold innovation, obsession… Experteer

4 days ago

Technical Recruiting Manager

Uber San Francisco, CA

Successful candidates will have had experience leading technical recruitment teams and will know when to toss out old recruiting methods in lieu of… Experteer

4 days ago

Technical Program Manager - Infrastructure

Uber San Francisco, CA

Project manage various tactical initiatives within Engineering, across multiple teams. Estimate work efforts, define milestones and manage resources… Experteer

14 days ago

Senior Operations & Logistics Manager

Uber Los Angeles, CA

The Senior Operations & Logistics Manager role is a unique opportunity to help drive supply growth as a team lead for Los Angeles Driver Operations… Experteer

4 days ago

Technology Commodity Manager

Uber San Francisco, CA

We are in need of a stellar Technology Commodity Manager who will be reporting to Uber's Head of Global Procurement. This individual will be… Experteer

8 days ago

HR Director, G&A

Uber San Francisco, CA

The right person will thrive in an "all hands on deck" environment, loves solving people problems and can pivot quickly. This role is all about… Experteer

8 days ago


uber Bangalore +2 locations

be detail oriented and persistent hit the ground and just run.Competitive candidates will have between 10-12 years of relevant experience that… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


Uber New Delhi

Develop and execute communications strategies in support of Uberâs public policy needs throughout India, working closely with the policy team… Glassdoor

8 days ago


uber Bangalore

Skill: business model ,markets ,government relations; Exp: 2-7 years; WHAT YOULL DODirectly engage policymakers, their staffs and third parties to… Glassdoor

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    Really impactful, great culture, management that cares

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA (US)

    I have been working at Uber full-time (less than an year)


    I work on the Growth team at Uber; I joined two and a half weeks ago and it was a great move thus far.

    1. You're working on a product that a lot of people in San Francisco use in fact your close friends all use the product.
    2. Management (upper and lower-level) is very direct about everything, which minimizes the likelihood of politics. Most other people (afaik) at the company do care about their careers, but they care way more about Uber succeeding.
    3. Very talented frontend and backend developers whom you can learn a great deal from. People spend most of their time trying to learn more and doing their jobs better.
    4. The company is not risk-averse and is good at taking calculated risks in the market. In that sense the company still operates like a startup and is in a "swing for the fences" mode. This makes life at the company exciting.
    5. I feel like my manager and skip-level manager both genuinely try to do what's best for 1. the company, 2. the team, 3. their own personal satisfaction and then 4. their own career ambitions, in that order. It's good to feel that way about a company.
    6. Not sure about the rest of the company, but on the growth team, there's a great deal of humility. People are honest when they don't know about something and are eager to ask questions.


    1. I think the benefits could be a little more competitive with other companies. At the place I came from prior, I was able to get health care for my dad, the gym subsidy was higher (I end up going to the same gym as before, and my prior employer just paid the gym directly), and the food was a little better. Also we had a shuttle that picked me up directly from where I lived. Definitely not the most important thing.

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