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Redefine the world’s relationship with money.

We want to make the world’s relationship with money more relatable, instantly available, and universally accessible. This is our mission, and it’s why working at Cash App means so much more than a job.

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Life at Cash App

It all started with an idea at Square in 2013. Today, Cash App has thousands of employees working globally across office and remote locations, with a culture geared toward creativity, collaboration and impact.

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Carving A Career Path: Norman Truong


Impact & Career Development: Marquia Walton


Innovation & Empowerment: Laurence Aderemi


Working Remotely: Shawn Welch


Career Trajectories: April Powell


Indigenous@ Community: Seth Friedman


Inclusion & Community: Micah Hanna


Flexibility & Innovation: Alec Strong


A New Grad @ Cash App: Kevin Tabouguia


Distributed Work & Communities: Sienna Saito


An Intern @ Cash App: Alexa Liaskovski


At Cash App, your team is the whole company. You work cross-functionally and across timezones, no matter your role or location. Whether you’re an intern or a lead, everyone here is an expert in something, and sharing what we know is the key to our success.

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Where do you
want to work?

We’ve been a distributed team since day one, and we’ve got offices and remote workers all over the globe. Our offices are great, but many of our roles can be done remotely from the countries where Cash App operates. No matter the location, we tailor our support to ensure our employees are creative, productive, and happy.



Our benefits are centered around making sure that people have what they need to grow and succeed without compromising who they are. We want to help you plan for your future and take care of yourself—and your family—today.

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The Candidate Journey

Every candidate at Cash App has a unique journey. Here are a few tips to make yours a great experience.

  • 1. Resume
  • 2. Initial
  • 3. Take-Home
  • 4. Team
  • 5. Additional
  • 6. Offer

What to Expect

A recruiter will review your resume and email you about the next steps in the interview process or let you know it’s not a fit this time around. Either way, you’ll hear from us!

A recruiter or hiring manager will call you to talk about your career interests and the details of the open role. Afterwards, they will prep you for the next steps.

For some roles, we offer a take-home component. For Customer Success roles, you may be asked to demonstrate the writing skills you’d use to support our users. For Engineering roles, you’ll solve a coding problem on your own, or on a video call in a real time coding environment, collaborating with a Cash App engineer.

Your “onsite” interview may be virtual or in-person. We’ll try to find out as much as possible about the way you work, think and collaborate. On the flip side, you’ll get to know us! You’ll meet several interviewers from different teams.

For design and writing roles, you may be asked to present your portfolio to a group of designers and engineers.

If it turns out there’s an opportunity at Cash App that fits your skills and your goals, your recruiter will email you an offer letter.

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At Cash App, the brightest and most creative minds come together to solve the biggest problems facing finance. If you think we can do better than today’s banking system, we want you to climb walls with us.