New York, NY
Welcome to eBay New York. Located in the heart of Manhattan’s lively and diverse neighborhood of Chelsea, aka Silicon Alley, our 100+ employees sit mostly on the tech side of things, working on software development, data science and analytics, and creating an awesome user experience. We’re part of a large company, but we still have a start-up vibe. Check out our job openings.
625 Avenue of the AmericasNew York City, New York 10011
New York’s technology scene has grown exponentially in the past few years and has become a hotbed for innovation and disruption. It’s a lively and vibrant environment that combines the entrepreneurial spirit of emerging tech along with the City’s famous “go-go-go” attitude — and eBay New York is right in the thick of it! We’re tackling complex technical challenges across a variety of eBay properties and we’re looking for creative minds to conceptualize, deploy, and scale innovative solutions to hundreds of millions of people.
Our culture is a unique mash-up of start-up thinking blended with the ample resources of a well-established company. Working here gives you the best of both worlds: we provide a collaborative environment and interesting projects just like an innovative startup, while you get to see your work applied to platforms used by one of the world’s largest marketplaces.
Being a part of eBay also means you have an incredible opportunity for career growth and development, all over the world. Plus, our office provides a smorgasbord of benefits that will almost make you blush. Monday massages, weekly yoga, game nights, free meals, drinks, and snacks…we’ve got it all! Add that to a hugely collaborative and friendly environment and you’ve got the recipe for a great office — all in one of the most exciting cities in the world.
In the broader community, our footprint is large. Our people spearhead and participate in many outreach programs, including ScriptEd, Girls Who Code, and more. We have regular Global Impact Philanthropy meetings where our people update the office on events and causes near and dear to them and show how everyone can get involved.