Postmates Jobs & Careers in San Francisco, CA

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11 days ago

Recruiting & Data Entry Associate

Postmates San Francisco, CA

• Manage courier application funnel by scheduling prospects for Orientation and Onboarding sessions (about 40 calls an hour). • Collect, analyze… Postmates


1 day ago

Operations: Data Scientist – new

Postmates San Francisco, CA

This is a job for a multitalented individual: the requirements go beyond the ability to think creatively about data. You must be action-oriented… Postmates


6 days ago

Software Engineer: Android

Postmates San Francisco, CA

Ideal candidates have developed several existing Android applications. Experience with Python and… Postmates


5 days ago

Head of Customer Service

Postmates San Francisco, CA

You will lead and grow our customer service team by training team members, providing feedback and evaluating performance. You will ensure that only… Postmates


5 days ago

Customer Service Associate: Part Time

Postmates San Francisco, CA

• Interact with restaurants and merchants throughout the day • Place orders over the phone quickly, accurately, and in a friendly manner… Postmates


6 days ago

Software Engineer: iOS

Postmates San Francisco, CA

Ideal candidates for this role will have several years of iOS application development and are well versed in Objective-C and Apple’s core libraries… Postmates


15 days ago

Software Engineer: Frontend

Postmates San Francisco, CA

Postmates runs one of the largest real-time delivery fleets in the country. Building a software platform that is reliable, scales and stays agile… Postmates


12 days ago

Customer Service Associate: Full Time

Postmates San Francisco, CA

• Address customer complaints and questions in real-time by answering phone calls, responding to e-mails and managing support tickets • Interact… Postmates


2 days ago

Customer Service Associate: Twilight Shift – new

Postmates San Francisco, CA

• Address customer complaints and questions in real-time by answering phone calls, responding to e-mails and managing support tickets • Interact… Postmates


6 days ago

Software Engineer: Javascript

Postmates San Francisco, CA

Our frontend web infrastructure is centered around AngularJS and Javascript. Ideal candidates will have extensive experience developing non-trivial… Postmates


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Bastian Lehmann, Sam Street & Sean Plaice
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    Company with an awesome product that lacks in motivation

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Customer Support Representative  in  San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Customer Support Representative in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Postmates part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The best thing about any startup, in my opinion, is the free food. And at Postmates that extends to booze, i.e. beer, wine, and even the occasional bottle of liquor when consumed in moderation. Most of the people who work in my department are hard-working, professional, but also laid-back enough to enjoy working with. I've had little contact with upper management beyond my boss so I can't comment on Bastian Lehmann, the CEO, but the team managing the company seems competent enough given the dramatic growth the company is experiencing.

    Cons

    The pay is okay, not great, but alright. The biggest downside of working for Postmates is a serious lack of motivation, at least on my part. If I do a great job handling a task, I never hear anything positive back, nor is there any monetary incentive for doing better work. And, for full-time employees, the company requires "100% open availability," which has lead to a number of my coworkers/friends either getting burned out or quitting with little altogether or no notice.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Show your Customer Service team they're appreciate more rather than treating them like the lowest common denominator in the company. Make an effort to include them in the rest of the organization, instead of making them feel like isolated pariahs. Beyond that, give people who do great work financial incentives for doing it, money talks.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO