Working at Uber in Sydney
Located in the heart of Sydney, our Australia & New Zealand headquarters has ~350 employees who are passionate about improving the way people connect with cities, through ridesharing and food delivery. With a diverse range of backgrounds, departments and skillsets, we work across the region to drive Uber and Uber Eats forward.
Spanning three floors, our office boasts 360 degree views of the harbor and iconic skyline. We also provide support for our community of riders, driver-partners, and consumers at our Burwood Greenlight Hub.
Teams in Sydney
People & Places
The People & Places team is passionate about maintaining culture and wellbeing at Uber. We support our diverse and multi-faceted teams by providing them with support to advance their careers and perform their roles in a positive and empowering work environment.
Operations & Launch
The Operations & Launch team is tasked with managing, optimizing, and growing our business across the region. From ridesharing services, to scaling Uber Eats, they're on the front lines of expanding our business.
The Marketing team helps bring the Uber and Uber Eats narrative to life through brand marketing and product education, as well as social impact projects and partnership collaborations.
The Sales team deals with growth and innovation, with new acquisition and partner success management in Uber Eats, Uber for Business, and the ride-sharing space. With an obsession for their customers, they're continually growing and nurturing our partnerships across SMB, Mid Market, and Enterprise accounts.
The Community Operations team looks after how we support our users and manage their experience when issues arise. For us, support is more than just solving problems—it’s about turning customer information into insights to help improve Uber. The core of our customer experience is establishing trust within our community of riders, driver-partners, consumers, and businesses.
Finance, Legal & Policy
The Finance, Legal & Policy teams are integral to our company. They help shape the way regulators, courts, and legislators think about the future of our work and its associated financial implications.