Cash App started as a hack week project - a quick, easy way to send or request money among friends. Now, it's one of the mo...
Cash App started as a hack week project - a quick, easy way to send or request money among friends. Now, it's one of the most popular apps on the App Store (#1 in Finance) and a chance to reinvent financial services for millions of customers, including the under- and unbanked. Our San Francisco iOS team is building new, industry-changing tools into Cash to give our customers financial superpowers.
Current product focus areas include: the Cash Card (and newly launched Boost rewards), improved banking functionality (direct deposit), international expansion, in-app support, and improvements to our Bitcoin offering.
Craft durable, well-tested software with an unwavering commitment to product quality
Learn and grow alongside a passionate team of engineers and designers
Build new, exciting functionality into an app designed to provide real value to its customers
A knack for creating readable, maintainable code
An eye for design or an ear for the customer; engineering makes substantive contributions to product definition
A commitment to continuous improvement (yourself, your teammates, your software)
Languages and technologies we use and teach:
UIKit, CoreAnimation, CoreData
Unit tests, snapshot tests
At Square, our purpose is to empower - within and outside of our walls. In order to build the best tools for the businesses and customers we support all over the world, we have to start at home with a workforce as diverse and empowered as our sellers. To this end, we take great care to evaluate all employees and job applicants equally, based on merit, competence, and qualifications. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply and always consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records, in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.