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Walmart eCommerce Overview

San Bruno, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
Walmart
2000
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Internet
$10+ billion (USD) per year
Want to be at the forefront of changing how people shop? The Walmart eCommerce team is rapidly innovating to evolve and define the future state of shopping. As the world’s largest retailer, we are on a mission to help people save money and live better. With the help ... Read more

Mission: Save Money. Live Better.

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  • We love seeing a familiar face being named to Businessweek's Bloomberg 50. When you’re operating under a leader who isn’t “afraid to experiment,” only good things come of it, such as free two-day shipping, voice-activated shopping and acquired startups. We’ve only just begun, join the team that’s changing the way the world shops! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQDJl

    Meet This Year's Bloomberg 50

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Walmart eCommerce – Why Work For Us?


Working in the Walmart eCommerce lounge

Want to be at the forefront of changing how people shop? The Walmart eCommerce team is rapidly innovating and defining the future state of shopping. By working for the world’s largest retailer, including our family of e-commerce brands, our associates have the opportunity to create seamless experiences for our millions of customers to shop anytime, anywhere.   

Meet Our Family of Brands! 

Bonobos 

Hayneedle  

Jet.com  

MooseJaw  

Modcloth  

Parcel  

SamsClub.com  

Shoes.com  

Store No. 8  

Vudu  

Walmart.com   

Celebrating our family of brands!

Sunnyvale, San Bruno, Carlsbad and Portland

Walmart eCommerce provides a relaxed work environment where free thinking, communication, and teamwork are encouraged. With amenities like a gourmet café, a gym complete with pilates equipment, and several game rooms, our open, inviting workspace supports our best thinking and lends itself to the evolution of great ideas.

Our e-commerce business combines big thinkers and bright minds across dozens of fields. Career better with Walmart in one of the following fields:

  • Merchandising and online operations
  • Technology and software development
  • Supply Chain and logistics
  • Marketing and customer insights
  • Corporate functions
  • Internships

 

Agility and flexibility make this start-up culture a place where you actualize technology innovations and customer solutions in real-time. We've united the best entrepreneurs, software engineers, data scientists, merchants, and internet professionals to create seamless experiences for customers to shop anytime, anywhere.

Innovation @ Walmart Labs

Each week, we serve millions of customers who visit our 11,703 stores in 28 countries or shop our 70 million+ items online. As the idea incubator for the world's largest global retailer, we don't just build products. We bring experiences to life. Every day is an opportunity to reshape the e-commerce landscape while having a lasting impact on the industry.

Collaborating with colleagues

Walmart eCommerce's Retail Core Engine team builds the technologies that empower shoppers to have a world-class experience across devices, product categories and fulfillment options. Product leaders within the Retail Core Engine at Walmart eCommerce have a once in a lifetime opportunity to influence the behavior of hundreds of millions of consumers and to deliver innovation at scale.   

WeC Product Management

Imagine working at scale for the fast-growing e-commerce division at the world's largest retailer. Our teams of category managers, product development specialists, and operations experts have the resources of the Fortune 1 behind them to find emerging brands, grow product relationships, and negotiate the best prices - all so our customers can save money and live better.

Walmart eCommerce Reviews

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    Pros

    Great place to work. You get to work with the most talented people. The place has a flat hierarchy. Teams use the latest open source technology

    Cons

    Finding the right team is important. Not all teams do good work. Sometimes technological advances are influenced heavily by business

    Advice to Management

    Apart from business, its important to research about various upcoming technologies ... even if they may not benefit the business immediately

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Walmart eCommerce Photos

Walmart eCommerce photo of: Walmart and Jet.com riders rode 545 miles from SF to LA and raise a whopping $286,678 for Aids Lifecycle!
Walmart eCommerce photo of: Around 200 Walmart eCommerce associates spent a week in Bentonville, Arkansas for the annual Shareholders’ meeting celebration.
Walmart eCommerce photo of: Every couple of months there are sample sales in the office where we can purchase anything from clothes to furniture for as little as $1.
Walmart eCommerce photo of: Merchandising team
Walmart eCommerce photo of: 2017 Summer Interns - This summer there were a total of 86 interns.
Walmart eCommerce photo of: Walmart + Jet!
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Walmart eCommerce Interviews

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    Senior Software Engineer Interview

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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Walmart eCommerce (Sunnyvale, CA) in May 2017.

    Interview

    I was referred by a friend. The whole interview process took only a few days. I was impressed with how fast they could move and their determination to recruit the best engineers. The whole process with very professional. Communications were all timely and effective.
    The interview itself was very reasonable, there were design questions, questions about past project, coding exercises, and a bit behavior questions. Communications during the interviews were all very open and engaging. The interviewers all made an effort to answer my questions. People seemed very happy and satisfied with their work.

    They made me a very attractive offer, and made effort to answer more of my project related questions when I couldn't decide between offers. I had to decline the offer due to personal interest in the another project. But I would highly recommend to give them a try. They have smart people and competitive compensation.

    Interview Questions

    • What’s been your most challenging project or technology in the last two years?   1 Answer
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Walmart eCommerce Awards & Accolades

  • Top Mobile Retailer, National Retail Federation, 2012
  • Mobile Commerce Application of the Year, Mobile Commerce Daily, 2012
  • Best Retail/Commerce Solution for Mobile, Mobile Excellence Awards, 2012
  • Mobile Retailer of the Year, Mobile Commerce Awards, 2012
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