Welcome to eBay Ireland. Our offices here have grown steadily over the past decade and now have employees representing over 40 nationalities. We’re proud of our offices here and know you’ll be proud to work here, too.
- Russian Customer Experience Teammate
- Spanish Trust & Safety Teammate
- Dutch Trust & Safety Teammate
- French Customer Operations Teammate
- Italian Trust & Safety Teammate
- WFO Capacity Planning Analyst
- Senior Instructional Designer
- French Trust & Safety Teammate
- French Escalations Teammate
Atrium BuildingBlanchardstownDublin 15
Dublin, the capital of Ireland and a popular tourist destination, is famous for its vibrant multinational culture. Those in the technology businesses also know it as the “Silicon Republic of Europe” due to the large number of technology companies that have European offices here.
In Dublin, we have exciting career opportunities for anyone interested in creating great customer experiences. Our specially trained Customer Solutions teammates, managers and leaders represent 40 nationalities and respond to millions of requests each year from customers all over Europe.
Over the past few years, our office has been recognized as a Great Place to Work® and one of the top 25 Best Multinationals Workplaces in Europe. A big reason we received these honors is that we do our best to make sure all our teammates feel at home and can develop a career for life. We’re always learning and improving through many coaching programs that allow everyone to grow professionally and personally. Our workplace is a collaborative environment where leaders break down silos and work to link hearts and minds.
While our day-to-day responsibilities are customer-focused, we are making a difference in our community by supporting causes such as Childline, Movember, Breast Cancer Ireland, and the DSPCA. And we bring our office together throughout the year by inviting all teammates to site parties and other festive events.
Powering Giving by Helping Save Childline
When the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC) made a public call for financial support to save Childline – Ireland’s 24/7 telephone, SMS and online service for children in need of support – people throughout eBay Inc. responded. Our teammates in Dublin and Dundalk donated €3,600, which the eBay Inc. GIVE Foundation matched. With our help, Childline secured a two-year funding agreement to ensure it can continue to deliver this needed service to vulnerable children.