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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 10,000 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
We’re looking for a Community Operations Manager to build, operate, scale and improve Community Operations for Australia and New Zealand. Based in Sydney HQ, this role comes with a heavy focus on solving problems through data analytics and leading teams to deliver stellar outcomes and continuous process improvement, mitigating risks associated with operating in a regulated environment, advocating passionately on behalf of our community to influence the overall customer experience, and managing stakeholder relationships across the larger business to set the right expectations and deliver handsomely on them.
Who You Are
- An ace problem solver. You embrace challenges, and would stop at nothing to create solutions--whether they’re hacky, short-term workarounds, or more long-term process changes.
- A lover of process and optimisation. You will be revolutionising how our support network operates, especially in the face of emerging regulatory requirements. You’re excited about the opportunity to create and experiment with support processes, and are willing and able to lead others in iterating and executing them.
- A brilliant communicator. You’re eloquent and able to strike the perfect tone, whether you’re explaining a new policy to riders in writing, or explaining the recommendations of a data-driven study you conducted to global stakeholders through a video conference.
- Incredibly empathetic and understanding of both riders and driver partners alike. You will be a powerful advocate for Uber’s customers and are obsessed with the community experience.
- Naturally curious. You love learning how things work and you’re always looking for ways to innovate. You enjoy testing different support strategies and tracking the results.
- Data-driven and analytical in mindset. You can look at any spreadsheet and know the right questions to ask to get to actionable outcomes, and you know how to explain data in a compelling way.
What You'll Do
- Be a passionate advocate for all members of Uber’s community and listen attentively to their feedback so we can positively influence how we interact with them, and provide actionable insight to the rest of the company that directly impacts how Uber works.
- Deliver stellar operations outcomes according to agreed service level agreements: working with partners across the globe to achieve the best outcomes across tens of thousands of support interactions every week, and ensuring they operate as efficiently as possible while maintaining the highest level of quality.
- Pilot and own new initiatives that transform our support operations and improve the level of service we provide: iterating existing support modalities and launching new ones as Uber continues to grow.
- Draw actionable recommendations that help drive our growth by diving deep into the numbers and finding insight; steering a team to make data-driven decisions and process improvements.
- Engage strategically with stakeholders, be it mega-regional general managers and function leads to influence business goals and priorities, central global teams to improve internal tools and the overall user experience, or local teams to improve how we move cities in Australia and New Zealand.
What You'll Need
- Proven relevant experience: whether it be in a start up, bank, consultancy, or corporate, you are someone who loves driving change in a fast-paced environment
- Bachelor’s degree in business, economics, finance or any science-related fields
- Prior professional experience with optimisation, processes, systematic organisation, program/project management; experience working in a support organisation or for organisations known for stellar support outcomes is a plus but not necessary
- Demonstrated Data/Analytics experience; Excel proficiency
- Exceptional writing and verbal communication skills