On Thursday, eBay Inc. officially opened its latest global development center in Bangalore, India. The new center — which spans 150,000 square feet over two floors, including the cafeteria — plans to hire 1,000 engineers over the next three years and will host several centers of excellence for both eBay Marketplaces and PayPal. The center will also add to eBay’s existing presence in India, which includes a development center in Chennai and the eBay India Business Unit in Mumbai.
“eBay Inc. aspires to change the world through technology-led innovation that enables global commerce. At eBay and PayPal, we are helping to accelerate the pace of innovation and are driving the next generation of commerce.” said Ken Moss, Vice President of Technology and Sciences, eBay Marketplaces. “Bangalore is known around the world as the center for technology innovation in India. We are looking to tap into the large pool of software engineering talent in Bangalore, who will innovate with us and create the future of commerce. We are committed to India as a technology hub and see India’s software engineering talent as a critical driver for our long-term success.”
The new eBay Inc. facility in Bangalore joins other eBay Inc. global development centers located around the world including San Jose, Austin, San Francisco, Scottsdale, Omaha, Boston, Timonium, Berlin, Chennai, Singapore, Shanghai, Seattle, Portland, New York and Netanya.
The company is aggressively hiring technologists with strong product development experience across the functions including research, platform and application development, architecture, quality engineering, product management, marketing and product analytics, user experience and design, information security etc. Those who wish to apply can visit www.ebaycareers.com and type “Bangalore” into the job search box to review the available positions.