Careem is hiring a

Growth Hacker

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Do you want to help build a world-class institution from the region, experience the thrill of being part of a high-growth technology company, and improve people’s lives?

There is only one way to build an awesome institution: to attract exceptionally talented people who are aligned with the mission of the organisation and make them partners in success. At Careem, our mission is to simplify the lives of people, initially through solutions that make transportation in the region reliable, and over time, through disruptions in payments and logistics. In the process, we want to build an organisation that inspires and become a world-class institution from the region.

We have had a phenomenal start. Founded in 2012 by former entrepreneurs and McKinsey alums, Careem is an innovative transportation service operational in 26 cities from Morocco to Pakistan. With 30% monthly growth, we are one of the fastest growing companies in the region. Our recipe for success has been a team that thrives on challenges, is passionate about solving problems, is not afraid to work super hard, and is a true partner in the company through generous stock option grants. We have attracted strong regional and international investors and are positioned on the cusp of significant scale. Read more about us in the New York Times or Arabian Business.


Careem is looking for a growth hacker who is part product manager, part marketer, and all hacker. He/she has a passion for aggressively scaling consumer services. This individual will help lead the growth charge, with quick iteration and prioritization of initiatives that identify and capitalize on scalable channels for user growth.

Growth hackers have a hustler-like personality, not believing in limits and always striving to achieve the “unreasonable”. This is a role that requires you to dream big for attaining growth, and then make those dreams a reality. Growth hackers are obsessed with measurement – always tracking and analyzing the effectiveness of different initiatives.

Key responsibilities

  • Define, test, and evaluate growth initiatives
  • Drive massive upticks in user acquisition, activation, retention, and referrals
  • Understand and optimize loyalty and virality to unlock growth
  • Work on a cross-functional growth hacker team that is responsible for driving user growth through experimentation and protyping
  • Work with product and marketing to design and execute initiatives
  • Analyze and report growth success to the management
  • Do whatever it takes to achieve exponential growth in all of our markets