About the Role
As the Incident Response Project Strategist you will create analysis that drive decisions related to our Emergencies and Safety programs for our Users.
For this role you should have excellent project management, analytical skills and the ability to clearly communicate and present information for stakeholders at all levels of the business. One of them being Women Safety.
What You'll Do
What You'll Need
About the Team
Latin America Community Operations is part of the Global Community Operations organization which provides premier customer support to riders and driver partners. Managing customer service for our region involves global coordination of service resources in Latin America and beyond. The Critical and Advanced Support team (CAST) is a program portfolio of support programs that are the most operationally complex and represent the most critical interaction points between Uber and our customers.
The CAST team is a core part of the Latam CommOps organization. The CAST mission is to ensure that these issues are handled correctly every time, while attending to the need to scale with business growth. CAST programs include: Incident Response (IRT), fraud support, and other critical touch points. This position is related to the Incident Response Team specifically.
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