The San Francisco Bay Area has been Uber’s Global HQ since day one. With five locations in the city of San Francisco and one in Palo Alto, the region is home to around a third of Uber’s 20,000+ global employees. Almost every team has a presence here. Work amongst some of the brightest minds in the tech space in one of the world’s boldest and most beautiful areas.
Director of Data Science
"One thing I love about working at Uber is the immediate real world impact my work has. Uber tackles some of the world’s most challenging data science problems at scale and in real time. Four years later, I'm still excited to get up every single day and work on these problems."
“I get to work alongside extremely talented and friendly people every day who are committed to doing great work.”
Sr. People Operations Analyst
"What I love about working at Uber is that we are a data-driven company, and that extends into the work that I do on the People Analytics team. We partner with leaders and provide them with data to make the best people decisions for our employees. I’ve also been very proud of my impact on Uber's culture through my involvement with the Asian Heritage Employee Resource Group, building community for Asian employees and allies."
Global Business Services Manager, Finance
“I’m most proud of our leaders here at Uber. They constantly demonstrate resolve and live out our cultural norms. They act like owners as they translate our strategic goals into operational plans that we execute. More so, our leaders make a concerted effort to build an inclusive team and prioritize diversity as a key lever to peak performance. As a minority, I appreciate when we celebrate our differences.”
“We have people who have come here from all walks of life, and from all over the world. It is a diverse, beautiful melting pot of thoughts, ideas, and cultures.”
Staff Software Engineer, Uber Freight
"There’s an audacity in thinking you can impact the world, but Uber has been down this road before. On Uber Freight, I get to nudge the backbone of the economy into the future, one line of code at a time."