Uber Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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30+ days ago

Recruiting Operations Manager

Uber San Francisco, CA

The Recruiting Operations Manager sees the world through processes and flowcharts, and constantly is on the lookout for efficiency opportunities… Uber


30+ days ago

Security - Application Security

Uber San Francisco, CA

This is a hands-on position tasked with application security. You are passionate about uncovering potential vulnerabilities and creating workable… Uber


9 days ago

Legal Assistant, E-Billing

Uber San Francisco, CA

• Administer the legal e-billing system including matter creation, trouble shooting and other correspondence with outside counsel billing teams, and… Uber


30+ days ago

Account Executive - Enterprise Strategy, Uber For Business

Uber San Francisco, CA

You’ll be on the frontlines introducing Uber to the enterprise, through both sales and marketing efforts. The right candidate will have a passion for… Uber


30+ days ago

Recruitment Coordinator

Uber San Francisco, CA

• Self-driven. You have superior organizational skills, integrity and great follow through on tasks. You don't get overwhelmed easily... hundreds of… Uber


30+ days ago

Legal Assistant, Employment

Uber San Francisco, CA

• Open and triage incoming mail (there is a ton!) from a variety of government agencies and civil agencies. These can include liens, garnishments… Uber


30+ days ago

Sourcer, Product and Technology

Uber San Francisco, CA

The right person will be comfortable in an "all hands on deck" environment, loves solving hiring challenges and can thrive in a startup culture. This… Uber


30+ days ago

Systems Engineer

Uber San Francisco, CA

• Bonus if you’re managed a mobile build farm for Android or iOS… Uber


30+ days ago

Product Manager, API Partnerships

Uber San Francisco, CA

As the PM for API Partners, you will drive a team that explores, codifies, and scales out partner integrations with Uber’s API. You will help… Uber


30+ days ago

Software Engineer - Data Engineering - Visualization

Uber San Francisco, CA

• Experience or interest in real-time data. You'll be responsible for surfacing high-speed, up-to-the-second insights to users around the world… Uber


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    In the early days of the company it was amazing, but it has devolved into a soulless mega-corp

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Uber full-time

    Pros

    Uber is jam packed with amazing talent. So many hard engineering problems, product problems, and finance problems. It's easy to learn a ton, and it's awesome to be a part of such an interesting company. I can say that I've met many fun, incredible people there, and I do believe Uber is making a tangible change in the world.

    Cons

    The company as it stands today is a pre-IPO slaughterhouse. Depending on what team you're on, or the luck of the draw, you will be guilted into working crazy hours. After all, everyone else does it, so why shouldn't you? You will be on-call 24 hours a day. You will be judged heavily by your "commitment to the company." You personal life is absolutely meaningless. Uber will need to be at the forefront of your mind at all hours of the day, and even in your dreams.

    TL;DR There is no work-life balance. You will burn out.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    People's lives outside of work are important. Probably more important that your expectations for their work. Creating a top-down culture of stress and pressure to perform at all hours of the day is not healthy for the company in the long run. You should foster all of the things that make people happy. You want people to whistle while they work! Engage them, give them opportunities, but more importantly, respect them. Your employees are not cattle that can be whipped and demoralized. You will lose your top talent that way.

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