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20 days ago

Need work? No credit check Financing. Drive with Uber make $35 hr

Uber Halifax

Nation Wide employment Offered Work Anywhere. Drive making $35 hourly at your convenience with No Investment Required. The average driver makes 56K… Uber


6 days ago

Uber DC Brand Ambassador – easy apply

Uber Washington, DC

include but are not limited to: - Promoting the Uber brand - Answering FAQs and demonstrating app use to guests - Assist in signing up new users… Uber


23 days ago

UberX Driving Partner - Earn $1700/Week

Uber San Francisco, CA

• No hassle: Know who you’re riding with and how much you made each trip. Requirements: • At least 23 years old • Have a 4-door vehicle… Uber


20 days ago

Work From Home Make Great money working your desired schedule? $30 hr

Uber Orlando, FL +2 locations

Nation Wide employment Work Anywhere. Drive making $35 hourly at your convenience with No Investment Required. The average driver makes 56K yearly. A… Uber


5 days ago

Hiring Personal Driver

Uber Chicago, IL

Simply respond to this add with your EMAIL and or your telephone NUMBER and let Ubr begin the simple process. You will be driving in a matter… PostJobFree


26 days ago

Marketing Manager

Uber Calgary +9 locations

Marketing Managers at Uber wear many hats - and we promise you, this role extends far beyond what you think of as marketing. This role means you are… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Operations & Logistics Manager

Uber Montreal +25 locations

• Identify, evaluate, negotiate and manage strategic fleet partnerships and driver development. • Driver on-boarding and training • Fleet… Glassdoor


26 days ago

General Manager

Uber Calgary +18 locations

This is first and foremost a role for a strong marketer, focusing on reaching new users and extending the Uber brand to the masses. But as the city… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Community/Marketing Manager Manager

Uber Frankfurt am Main

Community/Marketing Manager: APPLY Here: http://grnh.se/m3dyc0 possible. We’re a game-changing startup, providing quality, on-demand car requests… Stepstone Germany


17 days ago

Associate General Manager - Multiple Cities

Uber London, England

The Associate GM owns the supply and demand side of a city. You make the magic that is Uber a reality. Its a big deal, and the qualities and… Adzuna


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    Current Employee - Customer Support Representative  in  Washington, DC (US)
    Current Employee - Customer Support Representative in Washington, DC (US)

    I have been working at Uber full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    I've been at Uber for about a month now as a customer service rep. There isn't a lot of info about this new role online, so hopefully this helps! Taking this job was one of the absolute best decisions I have ever made; I get to work from home 100% of the time, I pretty much get to make my own schedule, the work is enjoyable, and management rules!

    You can really judge a company pretty heavily on how their leadership team asks, I have experienced nothing but positivity from my manager and from all of the senior people who work for corporate. Work-life balance is incredible. I finally have time to engage in my hobbies and spend time with my family. I am no longer exhausted from my daily commute when I get home! I can see myself with this company for a long time. Other perks include:

    -Occasional Uber credits for free rides
    -Uber swag
    -Weekly paychecks/direct deposit!
    -A dream schedule! Wanna work nights? Work nights! Mornings? You've got it.

    Cons

    The pros certainly outweigh the cons in my opinion, but obviously this role might not be for everyone.
    -Benefits are terrible, mainly because they're through another company.
    -Salary is a bit low and everyone is issued the same rate.
    -No paid time off, paid holidays, or vacations. Again, one downside to being apart of a brand new team.
    -Everything is done remotely from trainings to timesheet. If you aren't tech savvy this is not the job for you.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Keep up the good work! Offer more opportunities for promotion/growth and please get better benefits for us :).

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