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Uber Dubai (United Arab Emirates) Reviews

  • "Excellent company"

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    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Benefits, flexibility, engaging place to work, support from management

    Cons

    Sometimes there was too much work

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Uber Dubai (United Arab Emirates) Salaries

Salaries in (AED)
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About AED 21k - AED 27k
AED 21k
AED 27k
About AED 21k - AED 27k
AED 21k
AED 27k
About AED 299k - AED 352k
AED 299k
AED 352k
About AED 299k - AED 352k
AED 299k
AED 352k
1 employee salary or estimate
About AED 276k - AED 324k
AED 276k
AED 324k
About AED 276k - AED 324k
AED 276k
AED 324k

Uber Dubai (United Arab Emirates) Interviews

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Getting an Interview
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    Sales Operations Lead Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Uber (Dubai (United Arab Emirates)) in August 2019.

    Interview

    Reached out to an inhouse recruiter, as we had previous communication to a different role in a different location. Very accommodating as the role was based in Dubai, but I wasn't physically in that country.
    1st Round: Had a recruiter screening call to go over general experience, why this role and why ubereats specifically. (30 mins)
    2nd Round: A video call with the hiring manager, which was relaxed. I went over CV and experience but then a few competency questions, which were specific to the key priorities this role would need to focus on. (1hr but we overran)
    3rd Round: A case study, in which you had to prepare a presentation which would last no longer than 50 minutes. They give you enough time to complete the case study & take into consideration that you may well be in a full-time job and so the weekend would be the most convenient time to complete the exercise. Presented the case study via video chat with 3 people from Uber Eats - all who were relevant to the business and role. (1 hr panel)
    4th Round: One more video interview (which I believed was the last stage) with a Sales Manager that this role would be supporting (amongst others). Very Competency-based set of questions only. (30 mins)
    Disappointing that after this entire interview journey with them, and the amount of time spent throughout, that I received an automated email to say I was not successful. I don't mind not being the right candidate for the role, but going through that entire process I would have appreciated a more personalised email and feedback. This is why the experience is Negative, else it would have been positive if feedback was provided.

    Interview Questions

    • Describe a time when you prioritised quality over cost during your sales operations experience?
      How do you measure data quality?
      How would you motivate and incentise sales teams to adhere to data quality and data input into the CRM?
      What is your understanding of this role?   Answer Question
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