Working in London
Working for Uber in London means being in the centre of it all. In Europe’s largest and most iconic capital, you’ll join more than 100 talented employees working to shape the future of mobility and food delivery across the UK.
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This trained physicist is helping grow Uber Eats
Emilio Zunino's a theoretical physicist, turned online gaming strategist, and now our Uber Eats General Manager for Central Territories, United Kingdom & Ireland.
Life at Uber
At Uber we're constantly reimagining the way the world moves. We love going after the big problems and seizing the opportunities that come with challenging work. This means we sometimes have to make trade-offs and deal with difficult decisions that must be made. But it also means that here you will have an incredible opportunity to learn and grow. We encourage you to learn by doing and drive the kind of growth that best fits you.
Our values aren’t just our shared beliefs; they are the mindsets we embrace, the choices we make, the actions we take.
What Pride means to us
Uber is committed to helping empower a better experience for our LGBTQIA+ community. Every moment, every interaction matters – and it takes everyone.
Our return to the office
It’s still early days as we look to find the right long-term model for Uber, yet we want this to continue being a great place for our current and future employees, and that means adapting to different needs. Our hybrid work approach focuses on increased flexibility.
Teams reimagining at Uber London
Our 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.
Driving demand and brand love for a modern technology brand involves understanding of product, platform, and people. Uber’s UK marketing team combines their love of all three in order to produce innovative campaigns that raise awareness and educate consumers.
Uber is at the forefront of some of most complex and interesting legal issues. Legal teams in London advise the business on matters ranging from contractual and consumer law to government legislation.
Uber operates in some of the world’s most complex urban centres and our Policy team is responsible for working policymakers, regulators and third parties to make the positive for the benefits of Uber’s platform.
Operations teams work on the ground in the UK in support of Uber B.V. They work to make sure that you can always get a safe and reliable journey every day of the week. We operate 20 Greenlight Hubs (support centres) across the country to assist the thousands of licensed private hire drivers who use Uber's technology.
- Strategy & Planning
Supporting Uber’s growth across the UK is no small feat. Strategy & Planning teams work hand-in-hand with management to define development priorities for the year and pilot business initiatives.
- Safety & Law Enforcement
Our Safety and Law Enforcement teams work with regulators, law enforcement, government and third parties to make Uber safer for riders, drivers/delivery partners and the general public. Together with teams in our Amsterdam and San Francisco offices, they lead education campaigns and new launches of safety features and products.
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