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If you’re interested in working at eBay, understanding when they have opened up applications for their graduate programs, graduate jobs and internships is helpful knowledge to have so you know when you might need to apply. Use the below information to see when eBay hires graduates, but more importantly what graduate degree’s and other student attributes they target for their jobs.
eBay Inc. is a global commerce leader that connects millions of buyers and sellers in more than 190 markets around the world. We exist to enable economic opportunity for individuals, entrepreneurs, businesses, and organisations of all sizes. eBay creates inspiring ecommerce experiences for our buyers, sellers and developers. Embracing innovation has been a cornerstone of our growth and customer loyalty over the past 25 years – encompassing technologies such as AI, computer vision, natural language processing and machine translation.
In Australia alone we have 12M unique monthly visitors, 40K Australian small businesses operate on eBay and eBay sellers export to over 159 countries.
Did you know eBay has 152M active buyers online around the globe? Hear from our Australia Grads on what excites them most about eBay.
Our Australia Grad Program is a rotational program that allows you to explore different business units at eBay and learn about different projects that help improve the lives of our sellers. We are dedicated to ensuring that everyone who goes through our Australia Grad Program learns and develops new professional skills. Our Australia Grad Program begins in January and we’re looking forward to welcoming our incoming cohort with our ‘O’ week kick off.
Graduate Program Non-Technical Role:
- Application Review
- We’ll be receiving applications up until April 19th and will be in touch with you thereafter to update you on any next steps.
- Graduate Questionnaires issued
- Once we’ve reviewed your application, if you’re successful in moving forward you’ll be issued a Graduate Questionnaire email within or prior to 2 weeks after Applications close out. Remember to keep an eye out in your spam and junk mail (just in case it goes there) and try to submit these in a timely manner to ensure we can keep all applicants up to date as quickly as possible.
- Phone Call with Recruiter
- Once you’ve submitted your response to the Questionnaire our Talent Acquisition Partner and our hiring team will review all the submissions from those selected to decide who to move forward.
- Our Talent Acquisition partner will phone you for a quick update and /or follow up email to advise of, or setup any next steps.
- Video Assignment Issued
- You’ll be issued a Video Assignment to complete as part of our process if you’re selected to move forward. This will be a great opportunity to flex your engagement and creative skills as you’re assessed on confidence, communication, dynamism, logic and overall presentation.
- Video Reviews
- Our Hiring Team will then assess all video assignments and let you know if you were successful in moving forward to interview stage.
- HR & Talent Acquisition Interviews
- First round interviews will be setup via our Talent Acquisition team and will consist of an interview with our People Business Partner & Talent Acquisition Partner.
- Meet with the Business
- If you’re successful in passing the first-round interview, we’ll look to arrange for you to have an interview with a member of one of our teams in the Business
- Once our Business Team member catch ups have occurred our Talent Acquisition Partner will connect with the People Business Partner & Business team interviewers to determine who will be offered a spot on our Graduate Program.
- The Talent Acquisition Partner will be in touch to update you on the outcome of this discussion and will also be your point of contact for all Graduate Program related queries once you submit your application.
- Once we have filled all Graduate Program spots we will do a final update to advise all candidates of their final status if they have not already been updated.
Lastly, we want to wish you all the very best for your application. We’ll do our best to ensure we stay true to our timeframes above, but if there is any slight delay by 1-2 weeks, please bare with us as the above is our indicative timeframe and subject to application volumes and candidate responses.
1. Mackenzie Geeves, ANZA SMB + Export
What made you decide to join eBay?
I was really interested in joining a global company to learn more about ecommerce, build new relationships, and develop my skills.
2. Samuel Hickling, ANZ Category Growth
What are some of your proudest achievements so far?
Whilst in the Brand Marketing team, I was offered the opportunity to lead strategy and execution of eBay’s two-month sponsorship of the Hamish & Andy podcast. I was responsible for working with key agency partners at each stage of the process including briefing, scripting, and post-campaign analysis.
3. Catherine Alvarez, Strategic Projects Operations Coordinator
How do you collaborate with other teams in the company?
The structure of eBay allows you to contribute to a number of cross-functional projects. As a part of the Category Growth team I was involved in seller retention, creating pitch collateral for the acquisition team, and contacting sellers throughout the rollout of strategic business initiatives.
4. Eric Chen, ANZ C2C
At a high level, what type of projects do you get to work on?
I've been able to work on a range of projects where I've learnt skills like SEO, campaign management, and design while also exploring exciting areas like Pre-loved Fashion, Sustainability, and Sneakers.
5. Billie Bridger, Strategic Projects Marketing Specialist
What is your favorite thing about the culture at eBay?
When I first started, everyone was so friendly and willing to impart wisdom and knowledge; I feel like it is truly a great place for someone starting their career to grow and develop. I always felt so supported in my journey as a graduate.
6. Ash Cain-Grey, ANZ Marketing
What are some of your proudest achievements so far?
I'm really proud of a lot of the work that I've done, including creating a campaign that was recognised globally by international teams and used as a reference for them in dealing with a complex issue.
Our eBay Grads have many perk’s while working at eBay:
- Casual Office Dress
- O week Induction Program
- Grad Program Outings (Eg. ‘Day in the Life of a Seller’)
- Volunteering Opportunities
- Mentoring & Coaching
- Recreational clubs (Basketball, Netball, Soccer, Pilates, Book club and more)
- Regular Lunch & Breakfast Provided
- Social events
- Regular connection with Senior Leaders
- Hybrid working environment
- Flexible Hours
- Friendly and welcoming team
Our founder Pierre Omidyar, a French-born Iranian-American, started eBay fueled by a purpose to create economic opportunity for all. He believed in building a marketplace where anyone — regardless of who they are, their backgrounds or how they identify — could succeed. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) is core to who we are and is at the heart of what we stand for. We remain committed to becoming a richly diverse, truly equitable and fearlessly inclusive place to work, grow, buy and sell. People are at the center of everything we do to drive DE&I. In an especially difficult time, when we were all physically apart, see how employees came together in new and exciting ways to connect as well as support each other and our communities.
At eBay Australia we welcome everyone from the LGBTIQA+ community and have an employee Community of Inclusion called ‘United in Pride’. The team run events for the whole business across the year – from social events, to educating the broader team on LGBTIQA+ issues and running fun fundraising events for AU charities. It’s a great team to be part of – in the last few years we’ve raised over $10,000 for vulnerable teens on Wear it Purple Day, celebrated Mardi Gras, and collaborated with Queerscreen to run our own Pride movie night. You don’t need to personally identify as LGBTIQ to be part of UIP – we love having Allies join us and those who want to be part of keeping eBay a place where everyone can bring their whole selves to work.
During Pride Month, United in Pride (UIP) invited Nevo Visin a queer, non-binary activist and public speaker based in Melbourne, Australia, to run a ‘Gender Identity 101’ workshop which was had a strong attendance from the eBay AU team. Included in this was a copy of Nevo’s book The Pronoun Lowdown which further reinforces our commitment to conversation and acceptance of gender identities in the workplace. For Wear It Purple Day, our team fundraised and was united in conversation around the challenges LGBTIQA+ youth face in Australia. We also joined Bingo hosted by a local drag queen, Prada Clutch.
Women at eBay community team have a goal to attract, retain and grow women at eBay and increase engagement around issues that women face. There are great opportunities to take on and lead projects, get increased visibility and most importantly truly make a difference for the people in our business. We host lunch & learns, organise speakers, extra training and development, and encourage mentorship within the business.
At eBay Australia our team embrace and appreciate all cultures and recognise the value of having a culturally diverse team. Our Cultural, Religious and Ethnic Diversity team (CRED) team help bring us together to celebrate the unique and special bonds from all ancestries through meaningful events.
While working remotely, our Cultural, Religious and Ethnic Diversity team (CRED) packaged small gifts of traditional sweets and foods alongside colourfully designed infographics to highlight the stories and memories of our local team members for Diwali and Harmony Day. Earlier in the year we shared a Lebanese feast in the office to celebrate Ramadan.
To celebrate Harmony Week and Persian New Year the CRED team organised food dishes from all around the world to give everyone a taste of the diversity we have at eBay. There was baklava, nachos, falafels, nori, sushi platters and churros available in the office.
During NAIDOC Week, an important celebration of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities in Australia, we partnered with a local organisation IDKY for an insightful and emotional presentation to our team and an infographic booklet to spotlight art, music and other work from First Nations creators.
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