Work among some of the best and brightest minds in one of Canada’s most iconic cities. Help shape the future of Uber across the country with talented people who are passionate about our mission to ignite opportunity to set the world in motion—and have fun doing it. Come join us as we build together, and grow together.
The Operations team is responsible for making our products come to life and growing our businesses across Canada. From launching new markets to experimenting on how best to create platform stickiness, we’re constantly developing innovative solutions to keep people moving and eating.
The Marketing team manages how our brand comes to life across Canada. From insights to informed strategy, launching innovative campaigns, creating memorable content, or fostering meaningful partnerships—we’re constantly thinking about how we can create unparalleled customer experiences and brand differentiation that ultimately moves our business forward.
The Public Policy team is responsible for working with policy makers and third parties to make the positive case for change. That's partly about fostering lasting relationships in the cities in which we operate to help unlock the full potential of our technology. It is also about figuring out the best local regulatory framework and developing campaigns to achieve positive reform.
The Communications team is responsible for telling Uber’s story to the media and third parties. Whether it’s transforming how we get around town and the lives of people who value independent, flexible work, or cutting congestion in cities by getting more people into fewer cars.
The Uber Eats Canada team was the first Sales team to work on the debut of the Uber Eats Marketplace. Our team focused on helping local restaurants grow their business and expand their customer reach through our widespread and loyal user base. We pride ourselves on understanding the nuances of each specific Canadian city to bring eaters what they crave, door-to-door in less than 30 minutes.
Uber for Business officially launched in Canada back in 2017, and since then we’ve successfully onboarded thousands of clients onto our corporate platform. From Canada’s largest enterprises to smaller start-ups, businesses of all sizes can benefit from streamlined employee and client travel using Uber for Business.
Our customer success teams help restaurants and other businesses get the most out of the Uber Eats and Uber for Business platforms. These teams are focused on delivering value and building relationships with some of our top partners.
Greenlight is structured to deliver the best in-person support experience possible to ensure our driver-partners have all of the tools and support they need to be successful on our platform. We collaborate with every team at Uber to deliver a single, cohesive message to our driver-partners and support teams, improving their experience with Uber.
Our first engineering hub in Canada, the Engineering Team is the most recent addition to Uber’s investment in Toronto. The quickly growing engineering and product teams are focused on developing the Uber Eats Ads Platform and Marketplace Health.
Manager, Compliance Operations, Rides Ops
"Working at Uber is a unique opportunity to be a part of a business that is changing the way that cities move and work. It is inspiring to see the results of your efforts in your city and around the world on a daily basis, and we are really just starting to scratch the surface on the role that Uber can plan in helping to design and build the cities of the future."
Operations & Logistics Manager, Eats Operations
"I love that I get to work with people who are extremely intelligent, yet both humble and interesting. Getting to learn from such a diverse group has been a very enriching experience."
Restaurant Operations Coordinator, Uber Eats Canada
"At Uber, each day is new and exciting. I come in to work each day and learn something new. Personally, I do not think that's possible at every company and hence I'm proud of Uber to be able to foster that growth in each individual. It makes me proud to say I learn something new each day!"
Sr. Marketing Manager
"Everyday, I'm faced with new challenges and different problems to solve. It's intellectually challenging, emotionally stimulating and constantly changing, making it the most exciting job that I've ever had. The cross-functional collaboration (locally and globally) and team-centric attitude fosters an unparalleled culture of supporting one another's success."
"Everybody on the team plays a key role and all have the driver experience as their primary focus. We are constantly trying to evolve to make sure we are at the forefront of new technology and that reflects with real people on the road each day. I have heard so many positive stories about how Uber has changed somebody’s life for the better. The ability to work whenever you want is a new idea that is changing the world."
Sr. Greenlight Manager
"As a Sr. Greenlight Manager, I’m responsible for creating a highly engaged, high-performing team by investing in professional development, career pathing and training. There is no better reward than supporting your team to reach their career aspirations at Uber and beyond."
When traditional public transportation doesn’t make sense for a population, what do you do? Read about how we co-created a custom solution with the Canadian Town of Innisfil.
We’ve teamed up with Pearson to create Uber’s first “Innovation Hub” as the model for the industry. We aim to create a world-class passenger experience, which includes testing innovative technology and being the first airport globally to pilot to-the-gate delivery at Terminal 3 with Uber Eats.
At Uber we believe in making Big Bold Bets. In 2015, we incubated and launched the Uber Eats business in Toronto. Since then, we have expanded Uber Eats to over 400 cities worldwide and have continued to shape the future of food. Canada will continue to be an innovation center for Uber to build new products and services around transportation, food, and more!
As a keynote at #MoveTheDial in Toronto, our Chief Diversity Officer, Bo Young Lee, discussed the importance of creating a workplace that is inclusive of everyone, and where authenticity is celebrated as a strength. As we continue on our journey, we embrace and learn from the work we’ve done and reflect on where we’re going, in an effort to have an inclusive culture.
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