- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
- San Francisco
At Uber, we ignite opportunity by setting the world in motion. We take on big problems to help drivers, riders, delivery partners, and eaters get moving in more than 600 cities around the world.
We welcome people from all backgrounds who seek the opportunity to help build a future where everyone and everything can move independently. If you have the curiosity, passion, and collaborative spirit, work with us, and let’s move the world forward, together.
About the Role
As a software engineer intern/co-op, you'll have a direct impact on the customer experience for riders, drivers, eaters, restaurant and business owners and cities alike. Do you like our services and want to bring them to the next level? Are you interested in working on products that impact millions of people around the globe?
Then you should apply to join our team. We are passionate, engaged and excited about cracking the code on urban mobility.
Qualifications and Desired Skills
Actively pursuing a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD in Computer Science, Engineering or a related technical discipline with at least one remaining semester of school left after completion of the internship
Demonstrated software engineering experience through previous internships, work experience, coding competitions, and/or publications
Programming experience one or more application or systems languages (Go, Python, Ruby, Java, C/C++, etc)
Experience building tools/infrastructure
A desire to be part of a team that delivers impactful results every day
A commitment to writing understandable, maintainable, and reusable software
An innate desire to deliver and a strong sense of accountability for your work
Willingness to learn new languages and methodologies
About the company
Uber Technologies Inc. is an American international transportation network company headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company develops, markets and operates the Uber mobile app, which allows consumers with smartphones to submit a trip request which is then routed to Uber drivers who use their own cars. By May 28, 2015, the service was available in 58 countries and 300 cities worldwide. Since Uber's launch, several other companies have copied its business model, a trend that has come to be referred to as "Uberification".