- Ebay Inc.20.Nov 2017 (Last edit 12.Dec 2017)
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Founded in 1995 in San Jose, Calif., eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) is where the world goes to shop, sell and give. Whether you’re buying new or used, common or luxurious, trendy or rare – if it exists in the world, it’s probably for sale on eBay. Our great value and unique selection helps every person find their version of perfect, no matter what it is. We equip sellers with the tools, solutions and support they need to grow their businesses and thrive.
We measure our success by our customers' success. Our vision for commerce is one that is enabled by people, powered by technology and open to everyone. Through our investments in small businesses and commitment to innovation, we’re connecting millions of buyers and sellers around the globe, creating economic opportunity for all.
We also reach millions through specialized marketplaces such as StubHub, the world's largest ticket marketplace, and eBay Classifieds sites (e.g. Kijiji, Marktplaats, Gumtree), which together have a presence in more than 1,000 cities around the world. For more information about the company visit Ebay.
Whether you’re single, in a growing family, or nearing retirement, eBay offers a variety of comprehensive and competitive benefit programs to meet your needs. Benefits are an important part of your total compensation for the work you do every day. We strive to offer programs that help support both mind and body, including quality healthcare insurance and wellness programs, plans to help ensure your financial security today and in the years ahead, and time off programs so you can recharge.
During your interview, please ask about the local wellness programs.
We provide a variety of plans to help ensure your financial security today and in the years ahead because we know feeling financially secure during your working years and through retirement is important.
Your financial future is important. Ask about financial benefits during your hiring process.
We offer many programs such as paid holidays and PTO, sabbaticals, and flextime to support your mind and body.
Ask about additional benefits during an interview.
Our employees around the globe strive to have a positive impact on our customers, our communities and our planet, both through the work they do every day, and our various community engagement programs. Here are some ways our employees are improving the communities they call home:
While some specifics may vary by location, brand, or position, here is the general path you will follow when searching for a career at eBay.
Tips for Interviewing
We want to set you up for success. Review our tips for getting hired and come prepared.
Come well rested, dress comfortably, and be yourself.
Do your research. Brush up on our company, what we do and recent news. You can find out a lot on eBayinc.com.
Ask us questions, too. Thoughtful questions demonstrate your level of understanding, your interest and your passions. Plus, it helps make sure eBay is a good place for you.
Tips for Getting Hired
Start by looking for a position that matches your skills, qualifications, and interests. Once something sparks your interest and experience, click “Apply to job” and follow the login and submission instructions. If you do not already have an account, you can create one as part of this process. Submit your information for review.
Be sure to read the full content of job postings carefully, particularly the minimum qualifications. If your experience qualifies you for the position it will improve your chances of consideration.
For maximum visibility, apply directly to open positions—even if it means applying to multiple jobs at the same time.
Keep your profile information current and up-to-date, including work history, job qualifications, phone number, email address, and mailing address. Also, keep track of your username and password in order to log back in to your account.
If your skills and experience appear to match an open position, a recruiter may contact you to discuss your background and the position, and advise you about what to expect in the interview process.
Your first interview will likely be a phone conversation with the hiring manager. If it seems that you are a good match for the position, then we will schedule an in-person interview.
At the job interview, you will most likely meet with several interviewers, which may include your potential managers, co-workers, and mentors.
Our interview process may vary depending on region and the opportunity you are applying for.
I believe in the company mission and have enjoyed working with my colleagues.
Management never talks to you unless they want something.