When you need to think on your feet and take action quickly, the way you think and act can have an impact on your career development. We believe that our people are our greatest asset and at Glovo, they are challenged to learn and generate impact, and, as part of our non-vanilla culture, thrive in roles that demand passion and a strong commitment.
We´re here to help you rock the recruitment process at Glovo! Check out some tips from our recruiters that are sure to help you stand out from the pack and land your dream job.
I started my journey at Glovo in January 2019. I was an event photographer looking for a new challenge that could really make me vibrate. Today, within the same company, the same fantastic team, I found this amazing project that makes me want to get up and learn more every day.
In our very first edition of Office Tours, we are introducing you to our office in Nigeria. Operating from one of the most populous and vibrant cities in Africa, Lagos, Glovo Nigeria works every day to make the magic happen. Tola Spence, our Office Manager in Lagos, takes us with her into a typical day in Nigeria.
Our LiveOps team owns the customer service at Glovo. The team interacts on a daily basis with our customers, couriers and partners to make sure that they receive the best support and experience possible. As our LiveOps Sr. Director, Ricardo, explains;
Hiring the right candidates is key at Glovo and we take it very seriously. When we are looking for the right candidate, we take two important matters into consideration: Does this person have the right skills and experiences for the role? And does this person align with Glovo’s values and culture?
Kickstarting a career in the technology industry can oftentimes be rough, especially for women. Due to a remaining unequal gender representation in the tech industry, many of them are left with the question “is this place for me?”. For this reason, boosting women’s representation in the field is an important topic on the overall agenda at Glovo.
For most of my professional life before moving into UX, I was a teacher and my move into the design world had me working fully remotely for an agency of only about 30 people.
💜📱 Responding to the FAQ I receive on social media about different UX roles, doing UX in Spain, and conducting UXR at Glovo
Team members, interview candidates, people at parties and my parents often ask — ‘What does an engineering manager (EM) at Glovo actually do?’
The story of how I identified the impact of gender bias on my negotiation skills and what I’m doing to change it.