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Grow at Uber

  • Get in the driver’s seat of your career

    Explore your options and choose where to focus, when to learn, and how to grow your skills.

  • Learn by doing

    Grow through on-the-job experience, stretch assignments, and Gigs (temporary internal roles across the company)—and learn in the flow of work.

  • Think climbing wall, not ladder

    Growth doesn’t equal promotion. Embrace new opportunities to help you find new paths to growth.

  • Learn from others

    You’re not alone. Leverage your team and your broader Uber network to help guide you along your journey.

  • Maximize your strengths

    Focus on leveraging your strengths to create better opportunities.

  • Give and receive feedback

    Timely feedback is the key to achieving your goals—and helping others achieve theirs.

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  • The percentage of roles at Uber that were filled by an internal candidate in 2021.

  • The number of employees who transferred roles across Uber in 2021.

  • The number of employees who’ve participated in a Talent Marketplace opportunity since 2019.

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There’s no better classroom than real-world experience. And in a classroom like Uber, where work moves at the speed of technology and the only constant is change, the lesson plan grows and evolves continuously—and so do you.

At Uber, people are encouraged to move around and explore new roles and teams as part of their career development journey—that’s why every open role is posted internally.

Because when it comes to your professional growth, we believe you should be in the driver’s seat, so you can choose where to focus, when to learn, and how to grow your skills.

Xiomara Esquiliano joined Uber in 2017 to help the Mexico City team schedule interviews. And in that role, she quickly found a passion for helping people achieve their dreams, so she became a Sourcer to help find Uber’s next generation of talent, and then a Recruiter to help them join the team. In 2021, she changed roles again, this time moving to San Francisco to take a role as a Program Manager for Tech. Xiomara is just one of literally thousands of Uber employees who choose to drive their growth and explore their internal mobility options at Uber. What will your growth story look like?

“If you’re interested in learning something new, you should reach out to someone you trust that could teach you. I’ve seen that almost everyone at Uber is open to teaching you.

A couple of years ago I got interested in learning about project management. I reached out to our local Project Manager to see if I could shadow and help him on a project. That led to me taking on a new Project Manager role now.

At Uber, Gig projects connect managers who have a specific need with employees who want to try something new. Our Talent Marketplace then connects the 2, giving employees the chance to build new skills and experiences by dedicating about 15% of their time, for up to 3 months, to a team that needs their support.

7 years at Uber have taken Robert all over the world. He launched Uber in Edinburgh and helped the rideshare service grow to 10,000 weekly trips in record time, and then he was mobilized to launch UberPool (Uber’s carpooling service, now called UberX Share) in London. From there, he elected to answer a call seeking strategy and operations experts, which took him to India for a 3-month immersive experience working on competitive strategy and pricing dynamics. Upon his return to London, he defined his own role optimizing service and experience across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. And in 2020, Robert relocated to San Francisco to help define Uber’s global strategy as the COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally changed the nature of mobility and delivery. Where will your journey take you?

“At Uber, there’s scope to go anywhere, be yourself, and ride the crest of the multiple waves that we create. This isn’t creating reports that nobody will ever read, or socially engineering endless scroll.

Our platform is used to move people, feed people, delight people, and enable millions of earners and merchants around the globe.

We're proud to be recognized by Comparably as a 2022 best company for career growth.

Transfer

Looking to make your next career move? All open roles are posted on Uber’s internal job board, so people can move across teams, organizations, and even job types.

Relocate

Moving from one city or country to another? If you move for a new role at an Uber office, we'll provide support and guidance every step of the way.

Try a Gig

Want to build new skills while supporting a team you've never worked with before? Employees can explore our Talent Marketplace for part-time projects, or Gigs, and spend 5–15% of their time building their skills in new places across Uber.

Take a short-term assignment

When the business need arises, we offer employees 3 to 12-month opportunities to work for Uber from a different location.