Uber is currently seeking account management interns with curiosity, passion, and collaborative spirit for its finance & strategy team in San Francisco, California. This is a perfect opportunity for MBA students looking for valuable real-world experience within a well-known organization.
During the summer, interns will learn the skills needed to manage and build strong strategic relationships with enterprise-level corporations and work with high-growth account executives and account managers to drive results in various assignments
Moreover, they will engage with executives, collaborate cross-functionally, and put their stamp on this leading organization.
Uber is an American multinational ride-hailing company founded in March 2009, by Travis Kalanick, Garrett Camp. It provides its users convenient, inexpensive and safe taxi services around the world. It one of the companies to grow over the past decade.
The program will be held in San Francisco, California.
Interns will get flexible working hours, a collaborative and fast-paced environment, real projects, and training, mentorship and company events.
To be able to apply for this wonderful program, you should meet the following criteria:
- Strong communication skills, both written and visual
- Experience with customers (ideally in sales)
- Strong collaboration and alignment skills, and the ability to work on a multi-disciplinary team
- Experience with new product development, comfort with ambiguity and pivoting in real-time
- Understands how to use business needs to shape customer goals
- You persevere. You’re able to think on your feet and hustle through fire drill situations
- Collaborate in a fast-paced team environment and have a competitive edge
- Ability to problem-solve, adapt, and grow quickly as we build the account management organization
- Excellent organization, project management, and time management skills
- Entrepreneurial spirit
How to Apply:
Applicants can send their applications online.
Applications will remain to be accepted until the slot is filled.