Mission: At Grab our vision is to “Drive Southeast Asia Forward” through innovation and grit. We do this by solving real world problems that over 620 million people face across the region.
When you join Grab, you join us on our journey ...
Dreaming of a smarter Malaysian transportation network? Well, that dream is one step closer to reality!
Grab and MDEC are working on a brand new 'Malaysia City Brain' initiative to help fast-growing cities like Kuala Lumpur improve its transportation needs! Grab’s real-time, anonymised traffic data will play an integral role in developing a smart city traffic management system led by MDEC.
Read more about it: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfe5
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Inaccurate maps, patchy internet and/or digital illiteracy? These are real problems faced by our Indonesian online ride-hailing drivers. Find out how Grab makes digital navigation around Indonesian streets easier for our drivers by creating mapping data that's hyperlocal!
This is especially so, since what works in developed countries might not work for developing ones.
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DRIVING SOUTHEAST ASIA FORWARD BY IMPROVING LIVES, SAFETY AND ACCESSIBILITY.
Grab is more than just the leading ride-hailing and digital payments app in Southeast Asia.
We use data and technology to improve everything from transportation to payments across a region of more than 620 million people. Working with governments, drivers, passengers, and charities, we aim to unlock the true potential of the region by solving problems that hinder progress.
Grab began as a taxi-hailing app in 2012, but has extended its product platform to include private car services (GrabCar & GrabShare), motorcycle taxis (GrabBike), social carpooling (GrabHitch) and last mile delivery (GrabExpress). We are focused on pioneering new commuting alternatives for drivers and passengers with an emphasis on speed, safety, and reliability. Currently we offer services in 87 cities across Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Myanmar; however, we also have R&D offices in Seattle, Beijing, Jakarta, & Vietnam.
If you share our vision of driving South East Asia forward, apply to join our team today.
Grab’s vision is to “Drive Southeast Asia Forward” by solving real world transport and mobile payments problems that hinder progress.
We aim to do this by delivering on three missions:
When you join Grab, we promise you that:
1) You’ll impact our business & beyond
We strive to outserve our customers, partners, communities and the region. Grab started off as a for-profit social enterprise to tackle challenges affecting the safety of women and children, and we haven’t stopped there.
2) You’ll experience hyper-growth and overcome challenges every day
We never stop finding new ways to disrupt industries and even ourselves. We collaborate with some of the brightest minds and hardest workers to overcome the unique challenges found across the region. Currently, we are pioneering efforts across transportation, payments, logistics, mapping and more!
3) You’ll work with a team with one heart beat
When Grab first started everyone had to hustle. Now that we are growing we strive to keep this going. When one team or employee is having trouble, there is never any shortage of help to come their way. At Grab we don’t believe in silos, but we do believe in each other.
At Grab, we do what we love, and love what we do. Data-driven, passion-fueled – this is how we create cutting-edge awesomeness.
Daniel Chen | Business Analyst, Singapore
Grab since Sept 2014
Every day presents a new problem to solve, a new challenge to crack, and a very real sense of being able to make a difference
Ee Ling | Head of Business Development, Singapore
Grab since May 2014
We pride ourselves in being the best by understanding the customers needs, and providing excellent support. Your Problem, is my Problem.
Amir Iswadi | Head of Technical Support
Grab since April 2014
To change the world for the better, you must first know what’s wrong with it. According to some data, your job might be more boring than mine. Now let’s fix that and the world.
Phoebe Kim | Regional B.I. and Analytic Assistant Lead
Grab since July 2013
Grab gives me interesting technical challenges to work on; world class engineers to work with; while working on a product people depend on. What else could I want?
Corey Scott | Senior Engineer
Grab since September 2014
I have been working at Grab full-time
There is a boundless optimism towards future growth and the mission of the organization. People here feel as if they are contributing in one way or another to the overall sum of good in the world, and that dedication to making the world a better place carries us through days that are both good and bad.
You will find yourself working with top caliber people with a laser focus and commitment to doing their best work. This is a space where impact can be measured objectively and impact is expected by all.
Very fast pace and growth, expect what are the normal growing pains associated with such growth. They are building out systems and processes to overall increase efficiency. While the current state can be a source of frustration, the journey and input that each individual has towards improvement keeps us in good spirits and further points to the impact that each individual can make.
I was contacted by Grab's internal HR about a position which was lower than my pay grade. It was later apparently filled and HR asked if I would like to consider another similar position. Decided to go in with an open mind to find out more about the company. Before the meeting, I was asked to do a strategy paper for the company to be presented at the meeting. I expressed my concerns to HR that sensible advice cannot be baseless given that I had not spoken to anyone at that point, and substantial effort needs to be put into such a presentation. HR said this was what they required. Needless to say, I didn't give away too much information.
Let's just say that I wasn't impressed with the team when I met them. One of the roles stated in the job description was not even something they were planning to do in the near term nor had any internal expertise in.